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BMR Alternatives?

Discussion in 'Black Hat SEO' started by dizen, Mar 21, 2012.

  1. dizen

    dizen Regular Member

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    Now that BMR is dead. Anyone have recommendations for the BMR alternatives?
     
  2. joaquin112

    joaquin112 Regular Member

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    Make your own private blog network, or get together with 2-3 other people to share expenses.
     
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    1) your own private network - time consuming and costly (little risk still there)
    2) link authority (still not hit because diverse c-class and unique posts)
    3) JV a network with other bhwers.
     
  4. elvis1973

    elvis1973 Power Member

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    why would you want to find an alternative?

    BMR had been de-indexed for a reason...it got caught out.

    If you find an alternative then your risk the same happening again, i would look for a different method altogether not an alternative.
     
  5. richv100

    richv100 Junior Member

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    Problem with BMR is that there requirements for a link were crazy there were just stacks of 150 word posts with links in. No quality no consistency. As with everything though all good things in link building have a life span.
     
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    Looking for the next blog network also. Who's it gonna be?
     
  7. Roland32

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    Still pleanty of ALN type networks out there. Build your own network is going to be the mantra going forward.
     
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    cost too much + too many headaches lol
     
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    I wouldn't even bother looking for an alternative they got caught out and deindexed due to quality issues. Other networks like aln have even worse quality so I doubt they will be around for very long. Content farms and blog networks aren't very safe.
     
  10. ugjunk

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    I have been using Seo Destiny, none of their sites got de-indexed and they are still working brilliantly. But lately I have started building my own private high blog where I am trying to get 10-15 high PR domains each week and build websites on those.
     
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    Private Blog networks / Finding people for Guest Posts
     
  12. blueguilt

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    That's unfortunate. I was just planning on using BMR myself.
     
  13. ezines

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    You're still lukcy blueguilt, your blogs won't belong to those which will face the consequences of the deindexing.