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high pr society is relaunching?

Discussion in 'Black Hat SEO' started by jethro, Oct 23, 2012.

  1. jethro

    jethro Regular Member

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    yesterday I received a mail from high pr society...

    First, let's go over what's different:
    • The focus is on overall network health. No nickle and diming for extra PR on your links. All of your links will average out to be on awesome sites and we want to eliminate price confusion.
    • We added global network statistics so you can see at a glance where links are going. These numbers should be relatively stable and reflect the current network.
    • We added an OBL counter for your links. This is the most important metric because it's the slice of link juice love you get for a given link. Most sites and services will be over 50 OBL with many over 100.
    • We've removed sites that no longer had value and added a new batch ~800 sites. We now have just under 2000 sites on the network.
    • We determine a site has value based upon the indexing status at Google, Bing, and/or Majestic, backlink counts, age, PR, DMOZ listing, OBL, etc. We compute the site value using a weighting formula we devised internally, and if a site is no longer strong, we'll remove it from rotation.
    • We've streamlined home page, contextual, and article links to be a single flat fee. (Any existing links are grandfathered in at whatever PR and price you had)
    • We've isolated the network into 9 different mini-networks for security.

    As always, in the interest of full disclosure, some things you may or may not like:

    • We have several templates for the site designs. They are ugly and may not pass a manual review. This isn't important as we learned from the earlier Google attacks, so it's not a big focus of us. We don't have an HTML footprint on the primary templates and randomize the HTML tags, privacy policy page, etc.
    • We don't allow crawlers other than Googlebot. Your links won't show up in Majestic, ahrefs, etc.
    • We've learned that a blog's indexing at Google isn't important for passing link juice (and thus improving your ranking). Therefore a deindexed site may stay in the network if the other strength indicators are there (PR being an important one). We have a detailed case study on this shared from another big network owner if you're interested in learning more - just shoot an email.

    what do you guys think about it? last time I used it before the G update then I was hitted!
     
  2. TheLinkGuy

    TheLinkGuy Power Member

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    Seriously? When will people learn?

    Shitty networks will always be shitty. Do you really think they'll be immune this time around? There are quality networks out there, but they don't advertise themselves into deindexation.
     
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  3. Gary Becks

    Gary Becks Power Member

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    One thing I can say about these guys, is at least they rebuilt. And the quality of their service has always been great to me based on the results I got - (even if they were short lived). I personally dont mind riding the train while things work, and the fact that everything with HPRS is credit based means I still have credits from before deindexation that I can use now that they rebuilt.

    I'd say it's worth a shot.
     
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  4. RankGeek

    RankGeek Jr. VIP Jr. VIP

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    The cycle goes on - Google changes, services adapt. Google changes again, and services run to cope up :)
    The never-changing story of SEO!
    :swordfigh
     
  5. HKSEO Jonbones

    HKSEO Jonbones BANNED BANNED

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    We have actually made a lot of changes to the service to keep pace with the latest loogle updates--as of right now, we have just under 2000 sites for content to be published to, and as is said in the email, we are trying to focus more on overall network quality :)

    If any one has any questions, feel free to contact us through the contact us link on any of our services, we're more than happy to help :)

    HKSEO Jonbones
     
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    julia adam Power Member

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    lol its funny how Google updates are playing with sites and the services too. These services may give you temporary success and satisfaction but what about getting hit by Google?? Can you be positive you would survive next updates??
     
  7. jethro

    jethro Regular Member

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    when you decide to use blackhat you should know that you can be slapped by G! if you are scared go with white hat...
     
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    and be slapped by G anyway :)
     
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  9. WrightWilliams

    WrightWilliams Power Member

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    Exxxxxxactly.
     
  10. HKSEO Jonbones

    HKSEO Jonbones BANNED BANNED

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    ^^That's the name of the game that we are all playing with loogle. Their algorithm can tank totally white hat sites, just as easily as it can a black hat site. Surviving the next updates is less about the links you build and more about the way you go about it.
     
  11. jethro

    jethro Regular Member

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    obviously ;)
     
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    If they learned from their mistakes, it could be a huge comeback.

    Please remember how incredible networks were 3 years ago. They have the same quality today, it's really just a matter of footprints.

    A SEO service that puts in the amount of time/effort/manpower needed to create as close to a random posting algorithm as possible across exponentially increasing nodes in a network without relying only on a single type of site (High PR/follow/blogs) will weather any update.
     
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    partymarty4870 Elite Member

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    I would so love to examine the stats and figures behind that statement, so much so I'm going to play "interested potential customer" and email them about it.
     
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    Once a shitty service... Always a shitty service
     
  15. veheme

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    Will do the same. You beat me to it :p

    I disagree. They delivered well before; it's just nobody could have predicted that update. Don't mind investing a few hundreds to see what's up.
     
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    This is just it. They haven't done anything differently regardless of how they are marketing it.

    If people keep buying the same services I'm shocked they haven't learned the first second or third time.
     
  18. veheme

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    What's making me hesitant is this:

    We've learned that a blog's indexing at Google isn't important for passing link juice (and thus improving your ranking). Therefore a deindexed site may stay in the network if the other strength indicators are there (PR being an important one). We have a detailed case study on this shared from another big network owner if you're interested in learning more - just shoot an email.

    That seems to be another way of saying "our blogs are still deindexed" but please still buy from us even if these domains are deindexed.

    + the fact that aakon7 acknowledges that his posts are not indexed yet.