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High PR networks - New power of SEO?

Discussion in 'Black Hat SEO' started by Envyliciouz, Feb 18, 2012.

  1. Envyliciouz

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    Hi friends,

    In last period I read a lot about high pr networks and the advanced of contextual articles. Also I've saw some great results from case studies made by different members here so do you think high pr blog networks are so powerful?

    Do you think it's possible to rank a low competition keyword with a bunch of 1 way links (web 2.0, social networks, comments, profiles etc.) and a few article submission from Linkvana? (for example... I've choosed it because I think it's the best).

    What are your experiences with high pr blog networks?

    Thank you
     
  2. fazzri

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    Blog Networks Is Great.....

    I use ALN And Easy to rank low KW.. :)
     
  3. Envyliciouz

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    That's great. Do you spread your submission or how are you submit the articles? On a daily basis/how much per day?

    Thank you
     
  4. nik-0

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    I use high PR society for easy to rank keywords on innerpages. I just throw 30-50 articles at it in 2-3 days, wait 1-1.5 week, and I rank at page 1. So far the rankings stayed for 7 different innerpages. 1 of these pages was a page with 100% duplicate content, just a copied salesletter from an affiliate site and thus this kw ranks at the bottom of the page, but still.
     
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  5. Envyliciouz

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    Lol. That much for "easy to rank keywords"? What means easy keyword for you?

    Thanks
     
  6. TripleBeamDreams

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    High PR networks are essential in my operation. Works great, but it's all about diversity.

    High pr link networks + web 2.0 + low quality blog posts + social bookmarks = $$$
     
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  7. nik-0

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    That much really? That costs me 5-10 minutes. I use phpbuilt's php script to scrape and spin an article, and I select in the highprsociety dashboard to spin it 30 or 50 times, and that's it.

    I think you might have a little misunderstanding about private blog networks. Let me explain a little, there are 2 types of private networks:

    - The ones that only accept unique content like BMR, LinkVana, LinkAuthority
    - The ones that accept spun content like HighPRsociety, ArticleRanks, ALN

    What I mostly do as well is submit the url to Ping.fm , it's a service that you setup once and then it can automatically post to all your social network sites like Facebook / Twitter / Myspace and more of that kind.
     
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  8. Envyliciouz

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    I've asked what means "easy keyword" in terms of competition for you? I think you don't know what are you talking about.
     
  9. BlueTurtle

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    Bit of a wacky question asking if it's possible to rank a low competition with web 2.0's social networks, comments, profiles etc. You can rank a HIGH competition with those, lol.



     
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  10. Expertpeon

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    It would be wise to completely ignore his advice, as it's unbelievably incorrect.
     
  11. schwagoo

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    High PR networks are quite powerful. But the best links you can get are on topic-specific blogs
     
  12. nik-0

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    Well that makes it useless for me to answer your question then :)
     
  13. Expertpeon

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    The best links you can get are private blog networks you personally own...
    Topic-specific blog links on high PR pages (ie comments with <40 OBL) are the 2nd
    followed by links on any topic-specific blogs.

    People would be wise to use these links as a part of much, much, much larger strategy. I've seen a lot of people trying to rely on ALN/AR/UAW et al to rank their sites get sandboxed of late.
     
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  14. Extropy

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    High PR link are like gold right now...

    We've had a metric ton of people having success with our network. I can tell you there are a few keys to help insure success:
    - Use higher quality content. If you're going to the trouble of buying a link, don't use total duplicate copy around it. It may work for now, but future proof your sites too.
    - Use high PR links in combination with the cheap stuff. You need the IP diversity that comments/profiles/2.0s/etc give you to maximize the high quality coming from the PR networks.
    - Make sure the network is legit. Look at OBL on the pages (ideally less than 30 or 40), average PR (2+), and seo hosted (class c hosting, private registrations, etc).

    These links are hands down the easiest and safest way to rank sites right now.
     
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    1) HighPRsociety has the spammiest spam coming in, with many sites on your network, the article stays on the homepage less than 2 hours (it's basically just like article ranks or ALN in that regard, or worse)
    2) Yes OBL on the page, how important when your article stays on the homepage for 2 hours and is surrounded by PLR spun crap content :eek:
    3) Yes, high PR blog comments and web 2.0s are the "cheap stuff" :rolleyes: What are you smoking? Seriously, a 100 web 2.0 posting/registration (with the ability to post 10-20k web 2.0 links in a day) piece of bot software isn't cheap to build or easy to maintain... and the results are definitely awesome from those types of links also (and very very long term).

    Stop plugging your service into every post. It's also definitely NOT the safest way... this week alone I've seen 4 sites sandboxed in some of my niches from high PR blogpost megaspam
     
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  16. cloakndagger

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    Create your own networks,yes it will cost more and take longer to get the pr but then you are fully in control.
    Use different hosts,get friends to buy the domains.
    It's only one part of a big puzzle but done right it is very powerful.I learnt my lesson a while back I had a few homepage blogroll links on a high pr network and the idiot change the theme and screwed it up.I dropped like a stone.I was paying good money everything was working for me and the guy who owned the blogs.He decided the change the site for reasons unknown.He lost alot of money,I know because I was paying him good money.He offered to restore the site back but the damage was done.
    Lesson learnt,control as much as possible when it comes to blog networks.

    I'll happily pay more,the sites will never be picked up by google as a network unlike some out which are accidents waiting to happen.
     
  17. BlueTurtle

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    You don't need to get friends to register your domains.

    Google can't see past the whois protected data.

     
  18. blancog76

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    good stuff - I just shelled out some cash to the seolinkmonster network that is starting up.
     
  19. jon_xx_x

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    Possibly the worst poster on this forum.
    What sucks is that he talks like he knows what he's doing and some new members probably listen to him.
     
  20. BlueTurtle

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    I don't think he's deliberately trying to mislead anyone. It's just he's going after fairly low competition keywords and he's probably got no experience with anything remotely competitive so his advice is coming from that perspective.
     
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