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Drip Feed versus Fiverr blasts

Discussion in 'Black Hat SEO' started by adidanuleasa, Feb 26, 2013.

  1. adidanuleasa

    adidanuleasa Registered Member

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    Hi guys,

    I recently started a new blog which I want to monetize using CPA/PPD. I have set everything up (bought a domain, hosting, set up Wordpress and everything related, posted a couple of good posts and plan to keep that up). I would however want to have some black hat SEO done to it.

    Searching through the forum, I have found SEO Maximus. What do you guys think would be a good idea:

    1. Get a subscription from this guy and drip feed like 1-3 good links per day and set campaigns to scale it up gradually.
    2. Get backlinks from fiverr to blast the website up.

    PS: The domain is a few weeks old.

    Thanks a lot for your patience with the noob questions!
    Looking forward to your replies!
     
  2. adidanuleasa

    adidanuleasa Registered Member

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    C'mon guys, anybody?

    Just reply with "Option 1"/"Option 2" like a poll, at least. :)
     
  3. watley

    watley Power Member

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    What are "backlinks from Fiverr?" You mean like getting a backlink from a Fiverr.com webpage? Well, Fiverr's homepage is a PR 5 and a lot of pages also have a few PR points, so I guess it could be useful.

    No one's giving you a response because your question isn't worth answering. You haven't given us any information on what sort of backlinks you're getting from Fiverr.

    To answer your question, I'd go with SEO Maximus. It's an already organized SEO plan which means you're most likely going to get a positive ranking result from this endeavor. Mindlessly sending "Fiverr backlinks" isn't going to do you any good if you don't already have a good handle on SEO.
     
  4. Jouster

    Jouster Jr. VIP Jr. VIP

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    I would avoid fiverr at all costs, sellers on there get $4 per gig (after fiverr fees), think about how much quality you can produce for $4.
     
  5. assphuck

    assphuck Senior Member

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    Very true. I especially find some of the 10,000 blog comment gigs quite interesting. One person I know paid for a blog comment gig and almost all of the links came from a handful of domains. Talk about pure garbage.

    The best advice should be taken from John Moore. Avoid Fiverr at all costs. There are plenty of reputable service providers here that won't damage your site.
     
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  6. makeitrain85

    makeitrain85 Regular Member

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    I though BH sellers resell fiverr gigs to make money? No?
     
  7. assphuck

    assphuck Senior Member

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    I'm sure some do. But they most likely would send fiverr blasts to tier 2+ and not directly to their client's $ as the OP is wanting to do. That first tier is pretty important these days. :)
     
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