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Blog comments; difference between highprsociety dripfeedlinks and 1hourbacklink?

Discussion in 'Black Hat SEO' started by nikao, Jan 28, 2012.

  1. nikao

    nikao Power Member

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    what is the difference between the blog comments from highPRsociety, DripFeedLinks and One Hour Backlinks?
    These services are all owned and operated by HKSEO right?

    The price is different for DripFeedLinks, so was wondering what the difference is in terms of quality
    1 comment/credit with HighPRSociety = $0.025
    1 comment with DripFeedLinks seems to be $25/15000 = $0.0017
    1 comment on OneHourBacklink = $0.020 (starting price)

    So is there a quality difference or are they actually the same but different priced?
     
  2. moreadon

    moreadon Newbie

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    I too would like to know.
     
  3. Expertpeon

    Expertpeon Elite Member

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    All of them are effectively worthless (and will likely be on PR0 pages almost entirely)
    Hell, as someone that has created 10k+ PR3+ blog comments that were all d0follow manually, I wouldn't say high PR links are worth much in general.

    However, High PR society only has d0follow comments (from what I understand)
    One hour backlinks is more or less just a scrapebox/script link dropper and supposedly they may be nofollow

    I believe dripfeedlinks are roughly 50/50 nofollow to d0follow
     
  4. nikao

    nikao Power Member

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    Thx, this would make sense I guess... can anyone confirm?

    About the value of the comment links;
    Maybe worthless if you look at the effects solely of these links, but I do like some link diversity so would like to still incorporate blog comments (and I don't mind if they are also n0follow.. )
     
  5. srishunyata

    srishunyata Registered Member

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    I use these kinds of links on second tier Web 2.0 pages like YouTube.

    I do know where you can get 1000 free links but can't post the link because of newbie status.

    If you're interested PM me.

    Cheers
     
  6. nik-0

    nik-0 BANNED BANNED

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    I agree with ExpertPeon completely, blogcomments seem to have had the best times, even on high PR ones and these dripfeed/comment services are at pr0 pr n/a pages so don't waste your money on that. Instead use your credits for articles at highPR, they work pretty good for me.
     
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    nik-0 BANNED BANNED

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    Just purchase scrapebox, it's only $59 so you can do your own comments for diversity.
     
  8. domainmadness

    domainmadness Senior Member

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    You meant high PR blog comment links, right? Otherwise I have to disagree completely...
     
  9. 133wxus

    133wxus Newbie

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    Use scrapebox or SEnukeX and take a good mix from all of them and you're right friend...
     
  10. Extropy

    Extropy Jr. VIP Jr. VIP

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    A bit of disinformation posted on here so far... :)

    The sites all serve different needs:
    OHB: One time blog comment purchase. Allows you to get guaranteed links fast and lets you pick indexed/********/pr if you want that link type.

    DFL: For daily, scheduled link building. Very cheap, awesome for the power user. It's good for IP diversity and some to your money site. Great for second tier linking.

    HPS: The best type of links you can get. Articles across a high PR network as well as home page/blogroll links. You can see many, many success stories with both of these link types on our thread here: http://www.blackhatworld.com/blackh...work-homepage-links-articles-rank-fast-3.html


    So these are all similar services that give you the flexibility of choosing what you want/need. And as we see with dozens of case studies here and elsewhere, the cheap links still work very well. (Of course they work even better when used in conjunction with high quality ones!)