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How the hell do you go about these kind of links?

Discussion in 'BlackHat Lounge' started by g111k, Jun 3, 2010.

  1. g111k

    g111k Regular Member

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    So, let's say I have active clients who are looking for some very specifically instructed types of backlinks to their site...

    Now I'm obviously much better at getting clients that require this, rather than doing the work, so it's quite obvious that I would like to PAY VERY GOOD MONEY to whoever can offer such service... so my two fundamental questions:

    1) What types of links would be ok... high PR article backlinks? (restrictions below)

    2) Who can I pay to have this done :) ?

    Restrictions:
    * Each link must be from a completely separate IP address.
    * General directories will not be accepted.
    * Links should contain the target keyword/keyphrase that we'll deliver as a text hyperlink
    * Links cannot be from framed pages
    * Links cannot be through a javascript
    * Links cannot be through a redirect script
    * PR of site must be on the linking page not the domain's
    * Links cannot be on Flash sites or pages
    * Links cannot include a rel=nofollow tag
    * All links need to be permanent
    * All links should be free and not on paid sites.
    * No link farms.
    * No more than 20 links on the link page.
    * No links using any automated techniques or black-grey hat techniques of blog comment spam, referrer spam or ANY other shady tactic.
    * No link exchange programs or web rings such as http://linkpartners.com/, http://backlinks.com/, http://gotlinks.com/, http://linkstoyou.com/ etc.
    * Links must be permanent
    * Page must be updated by Google within the last 30 days
    * All links must be indexable by Googlebot and may not have any page restrictions like rel="nofollow", robots.txt blocking, framed or cloaked pages, flash pages etc.
    * Prefer high ranking sites verified by Alexa
    * No link schemes, No blog comments, No ping sites, No links within newsgroups
     
  2. kaidoristm

    kaidoristm Power Member

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    So he doesn't want any links?
     
  3. Next Step

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    Let me know what u find out
     
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    kenkaniff Junior Member

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    This. Unless they want to pay for link placement on sites I not sure how this would be done.
     
  5. Dadelius

    Dadelius Regular Member

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    WOW, this guys not fussy at all.

    I'll keep an eye on this thread, interested to see what you come up with for your client!

    Good luck!
     
  6. mandom

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    Good luck with that. I'd fire a client like that. People who place too many restrictions are just a pain in the ass and generally not worth the trouble. There is zero way to meet all of those standards if for no other reason than there is no way to guarantee a link will be permanent.
     
  7. gooser898

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    You could get articles written and then go to blog owners and give them an article or 2 for a link on their site. What's the budget for this project?
     
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    I wouldn't take on this type of job. Good luck.

    Thestrangefruit
     
  9. g111k

    g111k Regular Member

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    The budget is however much it will cost... this is a long-term thing too. I have an SEO client right now whose budget is $150/page... and he has about 100 pages to rank on each one of 8 domains he wants to do SEO on

    Where did he get his budget estimates from? me :D

    For all I know I could have told him it was going to be $1,000 per page, I'm sure he would question it, but in the end still agree as I know better.

    With top SEO companies charging 10's of thousands per month, with a 12 month contract and upfront payments... there is a lot of room to negotiate :p

    Back to the topic... this is not a question of how much but rather just HOW... or WHO?

    I can assure that anyone who can provide such services here on BHW will get me as a long-time customer and make a lot of money!
     
  10. gooser898

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    Well article directories are permanent. But other then that i think bribing blog/website owners with content for their sites is probably your best bet.
     
  11. mandom

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    Nothing is permanent. Websites come and go every day and you have zero control over that fact therefore you cannot guarantee permanence. Even with sites you own, things can happen that make them go away or lose data.
     
  12. goawayplease

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    How very zen of you... if you don't know what is meant by a permanent link by now, you're on the wrong forum...:p
     
  13. TheTRUTH

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    The only type of links like that ARE paid links.
     
  14. mandom

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    if you don't know what is meant by a permanent link by now, you're on the wrong forum
    I didn't know that permanent had more than one meaning. Please, enlighten me. Because to me, when someone demanding, like this client, says they want a permanent link, they mean they want one that will be there forever and that simply isn't possible. That's why I would never tell a client anything I do is permanent.

    But yes, I'd love to hear your definition of permanent. I suspect it's closer to the definition of temporary...
     
  15. g111k

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    It's quite obvious that permanent means it's not forum spam that gets deleted within a week.

    I'm having a rather difficult time wrapping my head around this one lol... All I could think of is article directories, but newly posted articles are all PR0 so that's a bummer.

    Also, no paid links means it can't be on a site specifically designed for the purpose of selling links...

    There's gotta be a solution... is there some organized way to purchase sponsored blog postings?
     
  16. enes9

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    Dude you cannot have that kind of backlinks full of restriction if you don't pay for it's location! You can't have that kind link for free! lol Better fire that client!
     
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    LOL:D

    I hate these over-hype whitehat SEO guys with low budget. They think someone could just generate those kind of links without giving something in return?

    And what they will just pay you a little money for that kind of links that has crazy restrictions?

    Unless they want to pay for quality links then they are entitle to make restrictions.
     
  18. haverox

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    i can do 95% of whats asked
    hit me up on one of my im clients if your serious

    i dont have time for PMs
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  19. g111k

    g111k Regular Member

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    YOU PEOPLE MISUNDERSTAND THE POINT!


    1. The client is NOT low budget - there is a reason he is being so picky afterall, it's a multimillion dollars a year in revenue e-commerce site
    2. No paid links DOES NOT mean I can't pay someone to do it. It means I can't purchase "sponsored links" placement on sites dedicated to selling links.
    Firing a client is the stupidest suggestion you can give. If I'm a mechanic, and I can't fix a car somebody brought into my shop, then I shouldn't be a fucking mechanic!!!

    The point is that I need help figuring out what type of links fit the restrictions... as of right now I figure paying for posts on popular blogs works.

    Does anyone provide such service, or know some organized site where I can purchase such services? I will sign up as someone's affiliate or pay you some premium for helping me out!
     
  20. g111k

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    That's the whole point dude, they're willing to pay however much it costs. I just don't know how to provide such service for these kinds of restrictions.

    Whoever offers a solution to this thread is going to get A LOT of business from me and other offline consultants on here... as this would be a HIGHLY VALUED service that can be offered to HIGH PROFILE CLIENTS!