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Backlinking service advice

Discussion in 'Black Hat SEO' started by kiminono, Feb 1, 2013.

  1. kiminono

    kiminono Registered Member

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    So I'm currently using backlinks genie lite package for my MNS sites. I've come across a few not so happy people about this service. The package I subscribe to fits my budget which is pretty small. I can't afford much more than $9.99 a month I'd maybe go $15-$20 tops. As one of my sites has disappeared from G I'm thinking I should maybe look at another service. My problem is is that there are too many too choose from and all the services I've come across are way outside my price range or only focus on one thing. Which isn't a bad thing just means I spend longer on a spreadsheet working out my budget while trying to factor in the ups and downs of foreign exchange.

    Can anyone recommend a similar service or even another way I can get my backlinking done? There's so many options I sorta lose the will to live trying to sift through them.

    I only really wanna know about services with a reputation so please no PMing me unless you can give me a link to a thread.
     
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    Fiverr is your friend.
     
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    Endire Elite Member Premium Member

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    Kiminono,

    I think that no matter what you go with (and while others may not agree) you will find that services like these will continually be prompting you to change your tactics because they are targets of spam fighters. If you are only trying to rank for the short term, these services are ideal. If you are looking for longevity in terms of your business online, I would avoid these types of services and rely on other forms of link building.

    You may find some good ideas here,

    http://www.seomoz.org/ugc/category/link-building

    Best,

    Shawn
     
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  4. kiminono

    kiminono Registered Member

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    I don't expect to be earning mega-bucks from a few sites that's for sure. What I was looking for (and maybe wrongly IDK) was over a period of up to a year from the start of using the service to see some kind of profit where I could save enough, rinse and repeat to get me to the point where I can afford to run a proper campaign with authority sites. I've not been doing this for long so I'm still learning.

    I'll have a couple of days looking over seomoz and after that check out what's available on fiverr. However, when it comes to fiverr would you buy your links etc every week or every month? Or just look at the rank of your sites and take it from there? Eg One of my MNS is on page 1 behind wikipedia and an authority site so I probably wouldn't bother with anything major just small things just to keep it up there but anything outwith say top 5-10 I would invest more in.

    I feel like a bit of a dummy for asking so I apologise for that. I bought these sites intending to learn from day 1 but a lot happened personally after that so I subscribed to BLG to at least see something come from those sites as it was a little easier then. Now I've got 3 weeks (next payment date) to get a plan in action.
     
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    If these are your first sites then don't worry about making mistakes - that's what first sites are for. If your budget is only $10'ish a month then Fiverr is really your best bet since you can buy a diversity of gigs pretty easily. There are also some BSTs that offer sub-$10 packages which you should probably check out.
     
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    Get one? :)
     
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    Unless he's from India then it would be buy one
     
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    Don't be a smartass. That's MY job. :D