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Any results of before and after buying links from marketplace

Discussion in 'BlackHat Lounge' started by rmrfstar, Apr 20, 2017.

  1. rmrfstar

    rmrfstar Newbie

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    I've always stayed away from buying links. I'm afraid I'll get junk and it will hurt more than it will help.

    I have a few sites with DA in the 20's and 30's. Looking to bump the 20's one up significantly and thinking about buying some links. I want to pay for something that has little to no risk of harming my site and will improve my ranking. Not looking for a cheap PBN that will cause a headache down the road.

    Have you had a good or bad experience from buying links on the marketplace? Do you have before and after results of your DA, traffic, etc afterwards? What service did you use, how much did you spend, and what site(s) were you linked from?

    Thanks in advance!!
     
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    stelios0 Regular Member

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  3. rmrfstar

    rmrfstar Newbie

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    I prefer staying as white and/or gray hat as possible. Isn't a PBN a big risk that is blackhat?
     
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    The safiest you can be is by buying guest posts from real blogs. There are quite a few selling them in the market-place.
     
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    If you leave no footprints PBNs are the best because you can actually manage and control the websites you are getting links from. Assuming you don't, real blogs would fit your case, but that costs a lot of money for quality links.
     
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    Newbie question guys but how do you check if your site has been hit by google for spam/pbn's?

    Is it manual action in google search console?
     
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    you are up for a very long learning curve bro
     
  8. rmrfstar

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    When your traffic drops via analytics it's clear something happened. You can check the index status and search impact via google webmaster tools.
     
  9. rmrfstar

    rmrfstar Newbie

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    Serious question, why do you say that?
     
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  10. rmrfstar

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    PBN's will require having sites that are ranking well correct? Seems like a chicken and egg situation.

    I don't mind paying money for quality links. Just want to make sure that what I'm buying is really a quality link and will bring the value of what I pay.
     
  11. rmrfstar

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    Have you paid for any? How are your results?