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Discussion in 'Black Hat SEO' started by The Curator, Mar 28, 2017.

  1. The Curator

    The Curator Jr. VIP Jr. VIP

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    Claim to have genuine outreach, but then either:

    1. Give you a list of blogs in general niches they already have
    2. Post to guest-blog-farms/pbns
    3. Post to paid posting sites
    Personally if there's going to be a guest-blogging service, there shouldn't be a pre-ready list of sites, there should be a meeting to talk about the niche and top ranking sites to go after. Then there should be outreach to those sites. Afterwards a post written up for anyone who is open to the offer.

    The guest post services on this site are a joke...
     
  2. lorentzo

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    Better search for people with REAL blogs/sites in your niche here and analyze every website to see if it's ok for you.

    I'm not speaking about PBN's..i'm talking about real websites
     
  3. The Curator

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    Is a site accepting paid posts all the time considered a real website?
     
  4. lorentzo

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    Of course
     
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    Genuine outreach can be tedious process with not so certain results, mainly that's why these services are not cheap. I am not a seller here so I really can't tell how easy it is to sell such service in the marketplace, but I guess the majority of the people here are more likely to buy some PBN posts with certain website's metrics an move on. I guess that is the major reason why we don't see many sellers providing such service.

    Sellers paying for guest posts to blog owners and adding some overhead on the price and doing it as a service is not a bad thing, to be honest that is a legit service. This model is accepted and natural in many industries.

    Sellers who give you a list of sites to choose from. I think that is legit service as well. They show you the sites and you decide if you want your post/s to be on them or not. No hidden agenda. You get what you see.

    The problem is that there are sellers who post to their public network/s and call it ''guest post'', present it and promote it like one. I wonder why such services are allowed to be in the market place? How they pass the mod review?
     
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