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Is BMR Good for Micro Niche Sites?

Discussion in 'Black Hat SEO' started by charlie3, Jan 23, 2012.

  1. charlie3

    charlie3 Senior Member

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    So I have about 5 micro niche sites and I want to send good, quality backlinks to them, but I'm sick of web 2.0 sites. Signing up for each one, then navigating through the mess of ads, and verifications. I'm now looking at Article Networks as a main source of backlinks for my sites.

    These are low competition sites and they have a variety of backlinks already, but I need some steady source of backlinks to send them. That being said, Build My Rank seems easy enough to submit around 10 articles a day of 150-200 words.

    But are the results good considering that would be my main source of backlinking and the competition is low. I also have Dripable so I would probably send a few hundred or thousand backlinks to them as an extra boost.

    I've never used an Article Network like this, but it seems that BMR is the best from what I've researched.

    Thanks :D
     
  2. Gary Becks

    Gary Becks Power Member

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    If you have that much time to spare writing articles then go for it.

    I personally have begun to avoid strict blog networks like the plague.

    Just dropped traffic kaboom for being too strict with the article approving process.
     
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    BMR is great, though I wouldn't limit your backlinks only from BMR. Web2.0s work fantastic as well. Link diversity is a good thing, social bookmarking, private blog networks, free web2.0 blogs, the more the merrier. I'd say all of the above is safe for money sites.

    BMR is a lot of work. You can't submit spun content to them. All those articles will have to be written by yourself (or outsourced), and they have no qualms with rejecting articles they don't think are written well enough.

    If you get the 5 website (lowest) package and you feel like using it to the fullest extent, that's 50 unique articles a day ... 1500 a month. Of course, if you're only going to use it on one site, 10 150 word articles a day isn't so bad.
     
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    charlie3 Senior Member

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    But have you seen any good results with article networks?
     
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    I was thinking about duplicate content and having to write all original articles, but if I take an article on the Internet about my niche, spin it, then go through and fix any grammatical or sentence errors will that be enough?

    Do I have to actually write original content or can I just spin some and then make any changes to make it look and sound perfect?
     
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    BMR won't let you post duplicate content, they won't let you post spun content. Every one of those 150 word articles will have to be original articles, written well enough to pass manual review.
     
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    Thanks! I just signed up for the 15 day trial so I'll try some things and see if it's worth it :)
     
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    Gary Becks Power Member

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    Currently on page 2 for 2 different one word ultra competitive keywords using only blog networks and google 1+ (not sure how much effect those have had?).

    But yea, I'd say my results have been pretty darn good.
     
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    How many links from BMR do you send to your site for the keywords? All 10 a day for each keyword or 5 articles a day for each keyword?

    Thanks for the input :)
     
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    I had a lot of keywords rank in the top 5 with BMR my primary source of backlinks. You just have to make sure that you regularly submit content. Every now and then, you have to get your backlinks from them and strengthen them.

    I prefer a strict network like BMR. At least I can be sure that there are no crappy contents on the network.

    Yes, the articles should be unique. But it can be of the same topic. So basically, you can just rewrite manually.

    I've been successful with BMR because I can easily finish a 150 word article in just a couple of minutes. I also have a writer that I hire for $15 per 30 150 word articles. I used to pay her $9 per 30 articles but she's been doing a great job so I increased her rate.
     
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    I don't use BMR, don't have time to.

    I have 7 or 8 projects set with HPRS set to submit 5 articles per day.

    I also submit 2 articles per day to ALN, FBL, ArticleRanks, and FreeTrafficSystem.

    This pretty much outlines everything I do on a daily basis for my seo.

    I'm done with my seo related work within an hour on most days.! ;)
     
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    They're good, they just cost too much resources (i.e: money and time).

    There are cheaper links out there.
     
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    yeah BMR as always proves to be one of the best solutions to promote your page or site whatever..
    beside this the source you are using and quality matters as well of course!
     
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    Sam Gurgis BMR Calculator is one of the technique to make it easy to run your business.
     
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    BMR is the best of the kind you can simply join by paying money. Period.
    Traffic Kaboom comes second. Authority Link Network comes third.

    Avoid networks that allow you to post shit (for example MAN, AMA,
    Traffic Jumbo and SEO Link Vine).

    Do not write articles, buy them. You can buy BMR posts at $1 a pop. Well
    worth it.
     
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    I just wanted to subscribe to this great thread :)
     
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    Mate, are you sure you're talking for the same thing?
    Sam Gurgis' Basal Metabolic Rate (BMR) is not the same as Build My Rank (BMR)
     
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    Thanks for the feedback guys! I just got the trial so I'll use that then if I find it easy enough to post and find my articles I'll go for the monthly subscription.

    I will also try and post results as my MNS ranks. I'll mainly just be using this as a main means of SEO so we'll see how it goes :)
     
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    I used the free trial of BMR and it was brilliant - really great links. I loved it.

    I was about to pay for the full version when I calculated how much I would have to spend on articles. At $1 or $1.50 a pop it can easily add up to literally thousands per month.

    Instead I have bought some high PR blogs and am using ALN instead. Ok the links aren't quite so good but once you have added the blogs the links are basically free.

    I scrape and superspin hundreds of articles together. I then set up a google alert for the KW I am targeting and every time I got one of my posts indexed google kindly emails the link to me. I then copy the link so I have a nice layer of good quality backlinks that I can backlink to later if needed.

    It seems to be working well for me so far.
     
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  20. Gary Becks

    Gary Becks Power Member

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    I used to think the same thing - but I am strictly avoiding networks that are stricter than even ezine articles when approving content now.

    I don't give a shit who it is, I am not going to spend that much time/money on content creation for the sake of link building.

    It's gotten a bit ridiculous - I'll leave the hard work to the white hat guys..