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High PR backlinks?

Discussion in 'Black Hat SEO' started by bigfred, Sep 29, 2011.

  1. bigfred

    bigfred Power Member

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    Do you guys still use these services? Anyone on here thats recomended?
     
  2. gu3sswh0

    gu3sswh0 Regular Member

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    High PR backlinks will always have value, and remain possibly the most important factors, you just have to be careful who you buy from as I have had some services where I saw no movement, and some that gave almost instant first place rankings off the bat for comparable competition keywords.

    I believe my boss has used Mr E before and was always happy with the results :)
     
  3. SuperLinks

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    If you want solid and consistent results, without a doubt use these types of services.

    Now obviously I have a conflict of interest, but I know how effective they are as I see it all the time with my own clients results.

    Regardless, somethings that you should look for when going after high PR links.

    Ideally look for homepage backlinks vs blog networks. Why? Generally speaking blog networks will allow any and all content. That means a ton of diversity on "blog content" as well as a bunch of spun crap content. Trust me, you don't want that. That's footprint galore and will get the networks vetted pretty quickly. Second, assuming the blog networks setup like BMR with checks against duplicate content and spun garbage, the overall value of the links greatly diminish. Why? As more and more posts are added to the blogs your posts are pushed farther and farther back in the website. That means the overall PageRank and value gets lost over time.

    High PR blog comments or Wikis - these work, but the problem is that they are only so effective in the long run. Typically Webmasters will clean up the spam over time, meaning your links will get removed. If they are random wiki links, then watch out as well since any other person can go in and modify the wiki and thus remove your links and add their own links.

    Finally, make sure that the owners of the networks know what they are doing. More often than not you'll get some fly by night type of service that builds poorly designed networks in hopes of striking it rich then Google comes by and bitch slaps them for making it so damn obvious.

    Best of luck in your search.
     
  4. TheLinkGuy

    TheLinkGuy Power Member

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    I use revseo and have been very happy with my results. Only with them for a few weeks and my keywords have moved to all of page 1. Thats good because my keywords arent easy and i have been working on them for a very long time. I tried many services but they weren't that good, most were lower quality links. High pagerank links work.
     
  5. bigfred

    bigfred Power Member

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    Thanks guys.

    Do you have a link to Mr E's services?

    Quick question, am I correct in thinking if you end the subscription to Revseo then the links dissapear?
     
  6. dannistone

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    This is MrE's profile, I guess you can see his signature :p
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