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Anyone using bluechip backlinks

Discussion in 'Black Hat SEO' started by darulez, Jun 13, 2017.

  1. darulez

    darulez Jr. VIP Jr. VIP

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    Cant find a lot here on BHW...
     
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    What is that? :)
     
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    You mean like Forbes, CNN... the $500-$5,000 a link stuff? Yeah, I used em in the past (not as much lately) but it has been VERY hard to find good providers. Getting 4 star links is hard enough, and most the guys selling bribed 5 star links pretty much stopped pushing around here. There was somebody talking about the value of "round up" posts on high end sites not long ago, though. But getting an exclusive link on the elite sites has become a bit of a quiet conversation lately.

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    I think he means the service offered by Terry Kyle IIRC. They are expired domains with links from CNN, Forbes etc for PBN/301 purposes.

    I agree though, these types of links are hard to find good providers for. I've actually found some platforms which aren't spammed to death with moronic "guest posts" and all the fucking sellers that resell links on free or cheap platforms... but I'd be hard pressed to offer them or give them away, because they'll get spammed by indian native "guest posters" in no time. And I am Indian myself lol.

    I had one guy that could get real websites, but they were disguised in the text (no different color to indicate it's hyperlinked). They did work, but using them all the time would be very suspicious. Also, with Forbes and other "authority" sites that are constantly offered, they are totally overrated anyway. You could build out a few good PBN sites for the amount of money they cost, or pay for sponsored posts on several fairly high authority websites that are real.

    I've bought a few premium links just to fortify a website that is making very good income, but other than that there are tons other types of links which can work very well for the price, but other than that... I would keep away from them if possible. SER had a post about them "discounting" the value of those links which are known link farms, but as far as I can tell they still work for the moment.