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Best High PR Blog Network 3-8

Discussion in 'Black Hat SEO' started by emilix123, Sep 6, 2011.

  1. emilix123

    emilix123 Junior Member

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    Hi Guys I wanted to know what private network high pr blog advise me to post my link quality \ price...

    only request: links must be placed directly on pages with high pr :D

    any advice?

    thanks
     
  2. Mihai1555

    Mihai1555 Junior Member

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    authoritylinknetwork / linkvana / buildmyrank
     
  3. jon_xx_x

    jon_xx_x Jr. VIP Jr. VIP

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    Don't know authoritylinknetwork, but those other two are definitely not what you want. Send me a PM, I can't direct you to a few.
     
  4. emilix123

    emilix123 Junior Member

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    ok I sent you a PM
     
  5. Nick Flame

    Nick Flame Executive VIP Premium Member

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    If you want your links to stay on the high pr page for ever, then you have to pay a monthly fee to a homepage backlink network - there are a couple here in bst, and other forums.

    If you want your blogpost to stay on the high pr page for a couple of hours and then it will drop, you can go bmr, ar, linkvana etc.

    BMR being the best, followed by small private networks. Linkvana, ar, aln, kind of crap links. They have their place and are useful, but the links are kind of crap.
     
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  6. SuperLinks

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    That's spot on!

    The problem with many of the blog post networks is that the true value of the post gets lost within a day, or longest a week. The post gets pushed so far back behind the new posts that it never has time to really gain value from the homepage's PageRank. Sure the posts are still on the same domain, but as we all know, that only goes so far when the blogs getting 20 new posts a day.