Discussion in 'Black Hat SEO' started by webhostingproviders, Mar 13, 2017.
Are sape links safe for a website?
Edit: Sorry for the typo. it is not safe and not use for your money sites. But it is cheap only, so you can try this SAPE links for Tier 2.
I’m not sure, they are safe, but it is cheap and good. If you do it right, you can get great rankings. And, it’s great for short-term sites, IMO.
Don't talk shit man, it's not safe, it never was.
Sape links are NOT safe. As a service provider here always says....only use it on a site you can afford to lose!
and you are providing seo service ? God please save us.
They are not safe and they do not even work much lately. Unless you exactly know what you are doing, then it's not worth the learning curve these days. It was worth it a few years ago, not now.
I think they can be relatively safe going off investment terms. As in xxx for xxxx, rinse and repeat.
They may be safe, but I'm not positive. It certainly is convenient and works well. It's just great for good rankings.
I would avoid it. Google let them run for a bit longer than they should have a few months ago just to spot who was using them.
When I companies marking hook shows a tweet from, Matt Cuts taking a look at them (stupid IMO) - that means he already has and taken action. That's how Google works.
They are as safe as BHW "pbns"
Hahahah nice edit. Lets hope that kind of advice doesn't hinder the sales of your seo services
but yeah Mickfyu got it spot on, it's all about return on investment.
Yes, if your website is enough powerful to digest the power of Sape links and obviously NO if it's new or low on link and anchor diversity.
sape is great for Neg Seo, that's an answer to your question.
So are blogcomments, but I still use them on my money site.
Not a great gauge to measure the effectiveness of a particular link type, is it?
Sape is great if you have filtered all the links yourself. Sape is dangerous for newbies only.
what is sape?
Baby don't hurt me.
im defo not a baby
I could burn you in 458 ways now, but I simply can't pick the best line.
Let's stay on topic.
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