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guest posting service on fiverr

Discussion in 'Black Hat SEO' started by firstnamelastname, Mar 11, 2017.

  1. firstnamelastname

    firstnamelastname Junior Member

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    I am trying to buy guest posting service on newspaper sites.

    Not Forbes and things like that, things of lower DA, like between 60 and 70

    but these are sites that have strict requirements for posting, they don't let any jackass to create an account and post. in fact, they just rejected one of my articles.

    There is this guy on fiverr who sells guests posts for this website. His listing has red flags written all over it.
    1) his ad on fiverr is the type of "hi sir, I do the good job for you" ad that screams poor service. I am sure those of you who are experienced know what I am talking about.
    2) when I messaged him, his English was terrible.
    3) when I messaged him, sometimes he doesn't address my questions
    4) he is too pushy in his messages, telling me to order

    despite all these red flags, he has over 50 ratings, all 5 stars.

    all fake? should I buy?
     
  2. reliablecontent

    reliablecontent Registered Member

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    I'd run away from that service
     
  3. blazingcode

    blazingcode BANNED BANNED

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    try a little order at first, and see if its quality
     
  4. Phenomix

    Phenomix Regular Member

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    Too many red flags for me, I would avoid it mate. Especially with the pushy people who just tell you to buy at the end of every sentence, they're just hustling and don't care about anything else.

    Ratings can also be easily manipulated on Fiverr too. The seller can offer freebies after the service has been delivered in exchange for a 5 Star review and there's plenty of noobs who may think a crap service is golden.

    Having said that, if it's only 5 or 10 bucks it may be worth trying out just to see, but I avoid people who behave in the way you described like the plague. I can accept that not everyone will have good English, but if they don't answer questions and just tell you to buy then you should know the type of person you are dealing with.
     
  5. SunnyLeon

    SunnyLeon Jr. VIP Jr. VIP

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    I was just scammed a couple of months ago for $150 with a promised guest post. I told him 150 is not a lot and he could get a lot more if he actually finished the job but i guess 150 is worth the scam for poorer people.

    As a tip, bad english means bad articles, means they won t stick too long on the news website so stay away..
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