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Best way to spend $450/monthly for strong SEO results.

Discussion in 'White Hat SEO' started by shdwmyst, May 17, 2011.

  1. shdwmyst

    shdwmyst Junior Member

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    Hey there!

    I have a site that a company wants me to promote. It's not relating to CPA, etc... They want a strong SEO presence and $450 is not ground breaking but enough to do well over several months.

    I have looked at services like basstrackers Link Pushing and several others. I don't want to risk any services blackhat related that could damage the domain. If there are ways around it such as as domains that are forwarded to it, would that work?

    I have read and sifted through so much information here... If anyone have some good tips or suggestions on what would make the most out of the $450 and keep the domain name safe then that would be great.
     
  2. flexnds

    flexnds Power Member

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    I would buy about 400 forum posts per month.. Not spammy forum posts, but high value. Have them build up a good reputation on the forums and drop links in signatures with varied anchor text for the keywords you want to rank for.
     
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  3. air360

    air360 Regular Member

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    I would def suggest btb's link pushing. Pretty much white hat and you will not have any risk associated with bh...oh and it works amazingly well
     
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  4. shdwmyst

    shdwmyst Junior Member

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    Is there a service on BHW that you recommend?
     
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    shdwmyst Junior Member

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    Cool, I read a LOT of good posts in his thread. Like you mentioned, it is suppose to be whitehat which work work great with how he promotes sites.
     
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    man thank you for bringing up this thread just in time.I want to build a website myself and post a thread here asking what is the best+budget limmit SEO company on the web,but you did it for me so thanks,I sure will come to this thread later
     
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    No, I use a few other companies for this.. I gotta tell you though, I have had my best success doing this. Currently dominating a 60k search term and I have just started to turn focus on even more search terms. PM me and I'll hook you up with the info..


     
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    theindiaphile Senior Member

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    Use Accelerator's service, Linkpushing and Linklicious. These are safe and run by pros.
     
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  9. shdwmyst

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    Absolutely, I am sure there are many of us in this boat. This project will get me to break the training wheels off and start building a foundation, just need some guidance on wading through the good/bad methods/services, etc...