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High PR links

Discussion in 'Black Hat SEO' started by Beetle1, Jun 14, 2010.

  1. Beetle1

    Beetle1 Newbie

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    Hi there,

    Seemed to me that posting this here is more appropriate than in the white hat Linkbuilding section.

    I'm looking to get High PR links to my sites. The white hat approach (to the best of my knowledge) is to spy on your competitors and simply try and get links from the same places they are getting those. It also assures relevancy. Not to mention, blog & forum comments, etc.

    But this is too time consuming. Any good resources for getting high PR links? Paid ones too? Not talking links from a page on a site that has a high PR link but from actual high PR pages.

    Thank you,
    Beetle1
     
  2. BigBuddy

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    If you search in link building section. you can find some list of websites.
     
  3. *Candi*

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    I think you need to search to get high PR sites
    And then build links to the sites.
    Then you have high PR sites into your site..........:wiggle:
     
  4. *Candi*

    *Candi* Regular Member

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    Hey if you do not get it yet,
    you can meet the link building professionals.
    I think they may help you much.
     
  5. Micallef

    Micallef Supreme Member

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    Spamming is not "white hat". Don't just spy on your competitors - spy on everyone else too.

    Back-link relevancy, though desirable, is not essential. Follow professional spammers and you'll have more links then you know what to do with.
     
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  6. Beetle1

    Beetle1 Newbie

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    I am aware of this - that's why I said I'm looking for methods that are not very time consuming ;-)
     
  7. Beetle1

    Beetle1 Newbie

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    I agree. Somewhere quantity trumps quality in Google's eyes. But 100 relevant links are still better than 100 random links.
     
  8. Beetle1

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    Before I posted it I did a (brief) search and didn't find anything but knowing it's there I'll dig deeper. Thanks!
     
  9. TheTRUTH

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    So would it be wise to have ONLY high PR backlinks?I have a huge list of blogs.Ive been targeting strictly low outbound link and high pr blogs.More of a "sniper" approach.

    So if im paying a team to do all my blog-commenting would it be wise to have them only target PR4 and up(which would save alot of money). or have them target absoloutly every blog(PR1 and up).And would google "punish"(sandbox, or reach a plataue in rankings) because of having only PR4 and up backlinks?
     
  10. awsomnick1

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    Lol u need to see the link building sectiion
     
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  11. *Candi*

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    I think you are right.
    Link building is the proper selection for this...........:moony:
     
  12. suzieq

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    I would avoid patterns, i.e. having all PR 6 links, as it will stand out. If you are stuck, look at one of the big boys' backlinks, like Adobe, they have links from their industry of course, but equally a large amount of randomness in their links, which is good, and more importantly, "natural". My tip is to mix it up.

    If you are looking for web 2.0 you could try a trial from Senuke or Bruteforce Seo and see how you get on, or link juicer was doing one too a while back.