I've made together a 45minute video explaining "SAPE" and how to use it as safe as possible, along with using it effectively. This video took me several days to put together, and I also apologise for my jagged/weird voice. I was nervous at the time of recording this as its my first video I've done for Youtube, with my voice-over. I probably sound like a 10 year old kid, haha. Anyways, in this video (split into 3 parts), you will learn: "SAPE", and it's background information. Advantages of using this network. Dis-advantages of using this network. My personal recommendations for using this network. Other links to use in conjunction with this network. Brief summary on link velocity. Brief summary on anchor diversity. Further case studies. The ultimate "SAPE" structure you should use to be safe. Breakdown of each link we will be using and my personal tips and advice. Summary I know there are going to be some people who would hate me for posting this video, and some who are going to dis-agree with what I say. I accept that but I hope others find this useful. The structure I go through in the video is safe as far as I know, as I am currently using it too! Feel free to add your own tweaks. Sources used: Penguin case study analysis by MicrositeMasters (this is a fantastic case study which really does help!) - click here. PART 1 OF 3: DISCLAIMER: Use these links at your own risk, just like any other black hat link. Secondly, "SAPE" is not going to get "hit" just because I made this post. If you think that's the case, you need to think again. SAPE is extremely hard to get into it. You can't just sign up for an account and get approved - no way! I knew I was going to get hate on this video, but at the same time, it will help other members who actually use these links by buying from other sellers, and the results they get are amazing.