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Buying text links

Discussion in 'Black Hat SEO' started by schleprock, Feb 3, 2015.

  1. schleprock

    schleprock Regular Member

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    I have noticed a few folks selling high DA text links on BHW. That is good. I am looking to buy some. What I am wondering is if I should buy them from these vendors or if I should just go to TextLinkBrokers.

    I'm a small time operator and am looking to spend around 75 bucks a week on link building. I try and buy one service, usually form different vendors, a week from BHW sellers. I'm trying to figure out who I like and who I don't, etc..

    Anyway.

    Would Textlinkbrokers even work with me?
    Would you imagine there would be any savings considering the penny ante stuff I am doing?

    I just have this suspicion that textlinkbrokers (or some other big outfit) is where these guys are getting their links from anyway. I notice on the textlinkbrokers site that they have reseller accounts, that is why I think they might be from textlinkbrokers anyway.

    This question has been nagging me so I finally thought I would ask it. Thanks for considering my question.

    It is also possible that by BHW sellers buying in bulk that they might sell me one link for far less than textlinkbrokers would.
     
  2. greeninkwriter

    greeninkwriter Registered Member

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    You should go with these vendors as you need a small amount of text links. The good thing is that you can get links from them according to your requirement. You can also suggest them about what you exactly want.
     
  3. TeKn1qu3z

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    $75/week is a huge budget already for this I think.What niche are you trying to rank for? You can get a bunch of top quality links with a fraction of that budget
     
  4. ilim72

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    There are so many useless sites with high PA / DA that I have seen. For example some of the web 2.0 properties that I was experimentally spamming with mashed content were getting high PA /DA with time, so you need to be careful of what you buying.
     
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    Dont go for high DA/PA these metrics can be easily tricked by GSA spam , try searching for domains that have good link profile and good CF/TF ratio
     
  6. schleprock

    schleprock Regular Member

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    OK, I will go with individual vendors, but which ones? What would you do with your 75 dollars.

    (by the way, this is my site, my 75 dollars, etc. I don't need approval, only convinced that the action is correct. I don't know if that matters)

    Here are some of my problems.

    a) I have been relying on the moderator who approves the thread to give their opinion of the service. Sometimes they add things like "great service, as always" and others they just say "approved". Those opportunities that just get "approved" don't get my dollars.

    b)I try to read the threads but there is so much begging for reviews that it is hard to find any actual user reviews.

    c)I have been doing this every week for about a month so how do I know who is doing what?

    My system is out of control. I cannot tell who is responsible for what. The fact that the link building takes a month worsens the problem and Google not making adjustments for found links for even longer only compounds the difficulty. Not to mention PBNs tend to only show 1/3 of the links on blogs.

    Is there a link builder out there who does everything. Builds good web 2.0 (like a couple of Word AI spun articles), and sells text links and can do diversification with the other platforms.
     
  7. Jobdollarr

    Jobdollarr Supreme Member

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    You have to ask, what is your goal?
    And how do you achieve it?

    Brokers only sell what you want.
    And they can obtain products from anywhere.

    So you have to focus.

    Selling links.
    Or buy link.

    So you do not lose a lot of time to reach your destination.

    There are many providers such as
    PayPerPost
    SponsoredReview
    jobdollarr
    fiverr
    seoclecks
    mycheapsjob
    and many others
     
  8. redmarauder

    redmarauder Junior Member

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    For $75/week, it's better to build your own PBN my friend. You'll get more juice on that. Safer for your site as well.