Today I thought I?d finally get round to taking my 30 day test run of the infamous HighPRSociety. If you don?t already know, HighPRSociety is a blog network of hundreds (4k+ according to them) of high Page Rank blogs (PR 1-6). So anyway, they have a good thing going and right now HighPRSociety is rated as one of the best blog networks. I personally really like it. So to test it's "real' effectiveness, I am going to start a case study. Here?s the case study? I?m not going to reveal my domains for obvious reasons. However, I?ll tell you the competition of the keywords, and some on-page details of the site I'm testing HPS on. Keyword: 3 words Niche: Internet Marketing Competition: Medium (lots of high pr sites on page 1, good on page SEO for my keywords on most pages) Searches: Exact Global Monthly Searches: 12,100 Exact US Monthly Searches: 4,400 Google results: keyword: 48,300,000 results "keyword": 2,620,000 results Site stats: Target page: Homepage Keyword in Title: Yes Keyword in Description: Yes Keyword in H1: No Keyword on page: No Links built: No links whatsoever. The domain is very new and no off-site SEO has been done Current Rank: N/A (Not in top 100) How I'll go about it: I have written an article, spun it very well, and added my link with anchor as keyword. It's a contextual link, and appears in the 2nd paragraph of the article. The title also has my keyword. I have submitted the article to HPS, and it will be posted to 100 high PR sites in their network over the next 10 days (10 posts a day). If I see no movements, or very less effect in SERPs, I'll be dripping 100 more posts. If there is no effect still, I'll blast the blog posts with SB links. At the end of the Case Study, I'll be observing and reporting these stats: Total Links received PR breakdown of blog posts Natural index rate of posts Rank updates And some other things if I find important. I'll be updating this thread with updates and any other details whenever a need arises. I have tried to make this thread as much open as possible, and gives as many details as possible. Still, if you feel I missed something, simply post in the thread, and I'll be happy to answer.