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Backlinks Genie/Linkpushing.net/Linkwheel Bandit

Discussion in 'Black Hat SEO' started by SwanyP321, Jan 15, 2012.

  1. SwanyP321

    SwanyP321 Newbie

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    Anyone have experiences with all three? Which is best for multi tiered, small foot print campaigns?
     
  2. Gary Becks

    Gary Becks Power Member

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    I can't comment on linkpushing.net as I have never used them, but between backlinks genie and LWB I'd go for LWB.

    Been using Backlinks Genie premium account for the last month and I can't say that I am really impressed considering the price.
     
  3. SwanyP321

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    I've been using linkpushing.net and I have seen some decent movement in serps. I just don't like that I can only do 5 a month for nearly 70 bucks! Ive signed up for LWB for trial - so many mixed reviews:/

    Why are you unimpressed with BLG?
     
  4. Gary Becks

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    Because of the low quality of the places it submits to. The article directories and social bookmarking sites all seem to be either low quality ones that they setup themselves just for the sake of this service, or just crappy ones that allow spam from the web.

    The web 2.0 module is really limited as in a lot of the so called "web 2.0" sites they submit to are actually just elgg sites or other stuff like that, phpfox etc..

    The high pr blog network seems to be anything but at this point as I have not gotten anything above pr2 so far and lots of pr 0 blogs.

    Xrumer profiles and blog comments is obviously not something I need much since I own Xrumer and Scrapebox.

    All and all I'd stick with it for 67$ per month but at the current price it's definitely a no go for me.
     
  5. angelas111

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    i have seen excellent movement from linkpushing. i like that it is set it and forget it. i have also used senuke the last few months to build random pyramids. very powerful but i hardly have the time to setup wizards and such. that's why i prefer linkpushing. it takes me under 30 seconds setup time whereas it takes me 15-20 minutes of setup time in senuke. (plus i don't trust the randomness of senuke so much). after all, time is money. can't speak on the other ones you mentioned.
     
  6. Altimit

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    I've used linkpushing.net and the quality isn't great, especially considering the price. Can't say anything about the other two.
     
  7. SwanyP321

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    Damn...I wish I was a programmer. Surely it is not that hard to create a system, which posts to HIGH quality web 2.0s, integrates with a high end private blog network, and then ultimately nukes the **** out of the bottoms tiers - all while giving you the option to set and forget OR go into more detail, without following the same template each time - all in one reasonable monthly package???????? :/
     
  8. Gary Becks

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    Lol. trust me - it's easier said than done. Especially when dealing with the popular Web 2.0's which are a moving target.

    It's definitely a full time job that most programmers do NOT want to deal with in any way.
     
  9. chad362wiley

    chad362wiley Supreme Member

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    He was being sarcastic.