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dripable vs. drip feed

Discussion in 'White Hat SEO' started by eeha123, Jun 12, 2011.

  1. eeha123

    eeha123 Regular Member

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    I have just been introduced to these 2 services and more through linklious.
    The packet I was reading was recommending drip feed however dripable is cheaper and gives you more link.

    The following are also in the list:
    My Link Club
    Backlinks Genie
    LinkPushing.net


    has anyone used any of these services and what do u guys think/recommend?
     
  2. determined

    determined Regular Member

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    I use dripable. I wrote a full review of it too.
    hxxp://blackhatsoftwarereview.com/
     
  3. Alexa

    Alexa Junior Member

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    Dripable just got added. They are the comment dripping of DFB- Drip Feed Blasts (although they do profile links as part of the package also)... I just had a client go from #8 in local search to #1 all on my 7 day trial. (disclaimer...I got the client buy in before I did this!) Competiton 4M+ (without quotes)....For the past 60 days, I have not done anything else in link building for this client, so I can say Dripable has had a direct effect.

    BTW, I do custom site building and add SEO as part of my services since most designers don't know anything about SEO. I have a degree in Comp Sci and Art! I will be signing up for the max service on Dripable.. I have multiple DFB accounts, so I have a feeling I will have multiple of these as well...
     
  4. eeha123

    eeha123 Regular Member

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    wow dripable here I come :)
    The other guy is just sooooo expensive.
     
  5. Extropy

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    It all depends on your goals. I can say with certainty that Dripable is much more forward thinking than DFB (which hasn't changed in at least 9 months). With the pricing it's a no brainer to test out and see how well it works...
     
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    GREAT review, very indepth
     
  7. determined

    determined Regular Member

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    For sure. It's an awesome service and they just sent out a newsletter today with new features being rolled out. - Pretty Cool.
     
  8. zeeipad

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    Maybe a dumb question coming up. I watched determined's video review. It talks about entering the url's you want to blast. With that in mind, how would this differ from doing your own SB blast? I mean, if your having to find your own sites and blogs to throw in that list anyways, why not buy Scrapebox for $10 more for one time?

    I dont have SB yet so I do not know if there would be a difference. I was very interested in Dripable up until that point. Looking for clarification.
     
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    determined Regular Member

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    No, LOL the Urls that you are entering are the ones that you want backlinks built to NOT sites you are going to blast. Thats what is great about the service you put in your urls and set and go....
     
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    zeeipad Registered Member

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    Ok... thats where I gots confuse-ed lol. Thanks for getting me straight. :D
     
  11. Breezeonhold

    Breezeonhold Newbie

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    Going to try out dripable!!
     
  12. eeha123

    eeha123 Regular Member

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    what do u guys suggest as far indexing all these links?
    linklious does a very poor job for me with dripfeed currently.

    I have seen service that guarantee 50% indexing but they cost a lot.

    any info?
     
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    With this many links being built everyday if you dont use linklicious just ping them with ping farm....

    They have a high stick rate and they will get found eventually.
     
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    lrobbins Registered Member

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    If you just for, let's say, 3 month and then quit. Do the links say permanently?
     
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    Sure, who will go and remove the profile links and blog comments if you stop the subscription?
     
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    kkchoon Newbie

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    What is the stick rate of each service?
     
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    Yes, of course. The links built will stick as long as they are alive.

    @kkchoon Hard to say exactly but it is really high as far as I can tell as they get indexed.

    There is a video about Dripable VS Drip Feed blast on youtube.
     
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    Did you do dripable straight to the homepage? No buffer sites?
     
  19. Alexa

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    Depending on the age and link profile of the site, I will send llinks from Dripable and DFB to money pages...but I have a ton of articles, videos, and web 2.0 sites to keep me busy with Dripable and DFB.

    I just lost 5 figures a month post Panda. But Google will never see me shaking in my boots. I know now what Google wants to see....nothing to do with links...all about content on site. And I was a master scraper. Guess what, I have sites that have been de-indexed and re-indexed 3 times now. So newbies, grow some balls. Shit happens. Is this this (Panda) the worst? Who cares? Get a clue and keep it moving.

    We made a ton of money easily. Now within the next few months, I will tone down my color in the grey area and get ready for the holiday shopping season. But to answer your question again....Dripable and DFB will always be a part of my strategy.

    Good luck to all.
    Alexa
     
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