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How to keep control on the ranking of your clients

Discussion in 'BlackHat Lounge' started by supahsmooth, Sep 12, 2011.

  1. supahsmooth

    supahsmooth Junior Member

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    I am offering a seo service to clients in my country. It is a monthly subscription. If they unsubscribe I want their rankings to drop so that they come crawling back.

    What are my best options to achieve this?
    I am aware of creating 301 domains and web2.0's.

    Cheers
     
  2. -SICK-

    -SICK- Registered Member

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    Try some Link Broker. They charge a fee per month or per week and they remove your link, if you unsubscribe. They offer PR0-8 links, so you can get a great variety of links.

    Most Seo companies do this.

    kind regards,
    SICK
     
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  3. supahsmooth

    supahsmooth Junior Member

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    Thanks for your reply.

    Can you recommend a link broker?

     
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    referraldude Registered Member

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    Simple, really.

    1. Open the .htaccess file on their server (if you're doing SEO, you should have some FTP access to this.)

    2. Add this:
    Code:
    User-agent: *
    Disallow: /
    3. Wait for the call.
     
  5. supahsmooth

    supahsmooth Junior Member

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    haha I love the creativity, but maybe it is a little too blackhat for me :p


     
  6. littleg2008

    littleg2008 Senior Member

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    you are a terrible person and will not succeed.

    (Sorry that sounded way too harsh but those were my initial thoughts after reading your post)

    Seriously though dude. Dont go down this route. You are there for one reason alone, to help your clients and provide the best service you can.

    Doing anything deliberately to counter that would be just awful and unethical and if you are not properly careful, this could end you up in court
     
  7. no4h~

    no4h~ Regular Member

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    Let's not forget that we're in a black hat forum, so stuff you may come across while browsing said forums which may contain unethical and awful things. If you can't handle this, you need to find another forum to venture. ;s
     
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    Hyperion Regular Member

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    Use a fixed fee instead of subscriptions, problem solved.
     
  9. supahsmooth

    supahsmooth Junior Member

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    Don't try to take the moral high-ground. There is nothing unethical about charging a client a monthly fee to "lease" a hihg serp as long as you inform them upfront. It is qualitatively no different then renting links from a link broker.

    It

     
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    littleg2008 Senior Member

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    Wow, there is just no hope for some people it seems. I feel sad for you, but not as sad as i feel for your unsuspecting clients
     
  11. Bloghat

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    Search for backlink network, there are some.
     
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  12. Bloghat

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    @littleg: Where's the problem? You pay a network to provide strong backlinks on the clients sites. Or in other words, you rent links. If your client stops paying - you go and pay the backlink network from your own money to keep the former client happy? If you want to keep your business you would have to cancel the network subscription. The effect would be dropping in serps.
     
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  13. supahsmooth

    supahsmooth Junior Member

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    Read my post again ;)

     
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    -SICK- Registered Member

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    I'm afraid, I can't recommend any, because I never needed them.
    But I dont think that you can do anything wrong because you can check whether the link appears and where it's from, after you ordered it.

    Btw, I dont see any moral issues with this method, because it's like you dont have your car repaired anymore, someday it will break.

    You dont want SEO, you dont get it. SEO is a long-term process and any optimization has to be continuous, in order to be successful. You can not simply buy a one-time package. And if you dont tell your customers about this, you are a bad businessman.Thats the way I think about it.

    kind regards,
    SICK
     
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  15. supahsmooth

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    Where does everybody get the idea that I do not tell the customers that if they stop the subscription their rankings will drop???

     
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    I never said, you don't tell them :rolleyes:
    This was according to littleg2008's post.

    I'm afraid you misunderstood me.

    kind regards,
    SICK