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Anyone Know an Alternative for BMR?

Discussion in 'Black Hat SEO' started by THKsays, Nov 25, 2011.

  1. THKsays

    THKsays Newbie

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    I am looking for a private network. I've been using BMR for 2 months now with great results, but I don't see this lasting soon.

    About 2 weeks ago, I had only 12 PR0 backlinks while 2/3 sites were ranked #1. However, 2 days ago, that number jumped up to 133 PR0 backlinks. Yesterday, that number became 207. Now it is at 259. Google is hitting them hard, and I have no reason to believe that this trend will stop anytime soon.

    Anyway, does anyone know an alternative to BMR? I am looking at ALN, but I don't have any high PR domains at this moment to use it.
     
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  2. John Baron

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    i have the same issues with BMR and i would also love to hear from members about this
     
  3. partymarty4870

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    I don't use BMR (Build My Rank?) so don't really understand your question.

    Are you bothered that your total backlinks number is increasing? Or are you stressed that they are all PR0?

    I'm assuming BMR is just another blog network. Virtually all your posts on a Blog network will be PR0 - because the page was created when you posted the article to the blog. It will get some PR for the short time it's on the Blogs homepage, but when it drops off it's up to you to give those individual pages some PR.

    My private network has PR3 & PR4 blogs, but the articles individual pages are all PR0 until the next Google PR update. Thats why I only post once or twice a week, so all articles get a good 6-8 weeks of homepage PR. commercial Blog Networks will not do this for you.
     
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  5. THKsays

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    Yes, I was referring to Build My Rank. I am worried that they are getting hit hard by Google. Less than 1% of my links were on PR0 sites (not pages). However, within the past 2 weeks, that 1% increased to 20%. In just the past 3 days, the PR0 sites doubled from 133 to 259. In other words, sites that used to have high PRs are getting de-indexed very rapidly.

    I'm also aware that the blog posts don't last on the home pages for a very long time, but those few days still provided some link juice. For low competition keywords, I've seen a big enough effect from simply being on a high PR sites even if they rolled off the homepage.

    Anyway, where can I see your network? What is it called?

    Thanks, I will look into that. :)
     
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    I'm calling BULLSHIT.

    What the hell. Brand freaking new account with ZERO posts a bad review of BMR.

    What the hell. A different brand freaking new account with ZERO posts a bad review of BMR, supporting the OP, within 7 minutes of the OP.

    As far as I'm concerned, ANY links that get posted in this thread to any recommended service IS THE OP.

    BMR is THE leading private network PERIOD until a BHW member with actual REP and without alterior motives says otherwise, there's nothing but good reviews of BMR here.
     
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  8. THKsays

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    First, I have no idea who the other posters are. Second, why in the world would I be BSing? I'm an actual customer who is looking at alternative networks.

    Here is a picture of my ACTUAL account to show why I'm unsatisfied. The PR0 sites have increased dramatically.

    img266.imageshack.us/img266/6739/bmrx.jpg

    Just maybe I'm an actual customer who has been using the service for the past few months but am now becoming worried. I don't deny the results since I have clearly written that 2 out of 3 sites are ranked #1, but that is not going to last long with the sudden surge of de-indexed sites.
     
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    Still calling bullshit. This is a hit job.

    Someone who honestly wants to know good alternatives to a network doesn't start off with an in-depth whitepaper on the suckiness of their current provider, trying to prove with graphs, charts and reports on how theoretically sometime in the future their links may not be worth much.

    Anonymous hit job, anonymous hit job, anonymous hit job.

    Throw on top of that the 2nd newbie account posting the same concern within 7 minutes of your original post ... its BS.
     
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  10. THKsays

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    Have you ever actually used BMR? That's the chart on the front page of your account. I didn't create any chart or collect any data. BMR does that for me so if you have not used it, then please don't talk as if you know what you're talking about or what's going on with the PR of their sites. Also, if you aren't going to contribute to the thread, then you're really not helping me or anyone else who has the same worries.

    In addition, no, I have not always said negative things about BMR. I don't know why this is necessary for my first thread on a new forum when I want legitimate suggestions, but I started out on WF. If you want my username, I can PM it to you. You can even look at my history there, and I have always said good things about BMR. Not too long ago, I found this forum and began reading threads (also downloaded your forum bot). I created an account and want actual suggestions because I want a second source of links in case BMR starts losing its effectiveness.

    As of this moment, too many sites are getting de-indexed, which is something I'm worried about as an actual paying customer. I'm not going to suddenly stop using their network, but it would be nice to have alternative networks similar to BMR to have a bit "safety".

    If you look at other forums, you'll also see other people mentioning the same problems. I couldn't care less about the "2nd newbie account". I don't see what's so odd about someone responding to my thread in under 10 minutes on an active forum. The only two people who gave suggestions are a Donor and a year-old account. I don't see where a newbie is giving suggestions. We're the ones asking for help and advice.
     
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  11. partymarty4870

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    Anyway, where can I see your network? - You can't.


    What is it called? - MY own private network