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Churn & Burn ?

Discussion in 'Black Hat SEO' started by Roi07, Apr 17, 2016.

  1. Roi07

    Roi07 Newbie

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    I see that on Fiverr there are folks offering packs of 30-50 backlinks from authority sites such as Sony, Dell, IBM etc.
    I have a pretty bad experience with it, since the last time I tried it I bought a Scrapebox blast and had like 30K crappy links which didn't burn my site,
    but didn't influence on the rankings at all.

    I wanted to ask wether you think it'll work if I will run a site, post for example 10-15 fresh and unique articles and just backlink the site to what I mentioned above.
    My goal here is to rank the site quickly up top, make a couple bucks until the site dies, rinse and repeat.

    I also want to mention that I'm not going to run on Google.com but rather at a local google in my country.
    This is a valuable piece of info since the updates that occur on the Global arena take years to actually become a part of our local Google.

    So... will it blend? :rolleyes:
     
  2. MisterF

    MisterF Jr. VIP Jr. VIP

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    If all you're looking to do is churn and burn while experimenting with seo, then yes it should work fine.

    As for Fiverr, 99% of the seo gigs on there are crap, ideal for Tier 2 and 3 at best.

    30-50 backlinks from authority sites such as Sony, Dell, IBM - would cost you hundreds of thousands if they were of any quality.

    With churn & burn it's aso about looking at your ROI, pointless spending $50 a week on the off page if you're only earning $10 a week.
    That said, if you have multiple sites and spending 50 a week on seo but seeing some sites earning you $30-$40, then these are the methods that are working ....

    Hope this makes sense.
     
  3. StageFright

    StageFright Newbie Premium Member

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    I agree with the comment regarding Fiverr, I had a few good experiences, but for most part I would not use a gig on my money site. Just my two cents worth.