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Do you nee high PR links?

Discussion in 'Black Hat SEO' started by peterpan223, Jun 14, 2011.

  1. peterpan223

    peterpan223 Newbie

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    Hi Blackhatters,

    almost all the Blackhat tools like Xrumer, Scrapebox create N/A PR links.
    Well scrapebox can be used to create some PR blog comments.

    But overall, with all the BH methods. Do you need high PR backlinks for competitive keywords? Or are you able to rank fine without them?

    I'm able to get almost all my keywords into the position 10-50 with Xrumer and all the other stuff. But that's it. For whatever reason I'm not able to beat the authority sites for my niche.

    What would you recommend?

    Thanks for your feedback
    Dan
     
  2. AndreyK

    AndreyK Junior Member Premium Member

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    The best way (the cheapest) to gain high PR links is to find high PR blog posts to comment on. I would do it manually to make sure it sticks. Make a relevant high quality comment to make sure it gets approved.
     
  3. peterpan223

    peterpan223 Newbie

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    Thanks a lot Andrey,

    in my experience most of them won't get approved if I try to use my keyword as name. What's your experience with that? Or do you try to get your backlink into the post itself?

    Dan
     
  4. Deviant991

    Deviant991 Registered Member

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    Don't use keyword name DUH
    It looks like a spam.

    Use names like "Joey" with link, no anchor but the link is still there
     
  5. shoopdewoop1

    shoopdewoop1 Newbie

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    Quoted for truth here. Using a keyword is a great way to get flagged quickly.
     
  6. stopnstare

    stopnstare Junior Member

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    Deviant991, nailed it on the head. When doing manual blog posting don't worry about the anchor text. I try to mix some manual blog post in every week but I mostly do Xrumer and I am #2 for several of my key words.
     
  7. lathm

    lathm Newbie

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    Some good comments here....Yeah I totally agree...do some xRumer runs, Scrapebox runs....check your rankings....do some more...check rankings...if not in the top 10, then either post manually with SB to high PR sites or pay for 'em.....
     
  8. AndreyK

    AndreyK Junior Member Premium Member

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    Just use a random name. You do not need to have your keyword in every link as an anchor. Google already knows that your site is targeting that keyword from your other linkbuilding. Just use high PR comments for authority.
     
  9. BHopkins

    BHopkins Moderator Staff Member Moderator Jr. VIP

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    I completely disagree. Links need anchor text or they won't help nearly as much. High PR links from blogs are pretty useless now. Google nuked them and forum profiles with Panda, that's probably why you can't beat the competitors.
     
  10. peterpan223

    peterpan223 Newbie

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    Hi.

    Are there any other services you would recommend to get high pr links?
    I also have some concerns about blog and forum profiles after the latest G update.

    Dan