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Is buying back links effective?

Discussion in 'Black Hat SEO' started by Jakerxxx, Jan 28, 2011.

  1. Jakerxxx

    Jakerxxx Junior Member

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    I don't know if any of you are familiar with Wyzo's back linking, but I'm considering buying the SE1 basic package (26,500 credited Back links) for $247. The site states it will build the back links at a normal growth to avoid sandbox, and this package specifically includes social bookmarking, article submissions, Rss submissions, UAW article submissions, Press releases, High page rank blog comments, and web 2.0 pages, forum posts, and forum profiles.

    Is this a service worth buying, or am I better offer building backlinks on my own for free?
     
  2. Kickflip

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    Wayyyyy too expensive. A service like that should be more like $100.00. Scrapebox can make 26,500 backlinks in 1 day. Then Social Bookmarking is easy to do. Article submissions and web 2.0 are a piece of cake with SENuke. And saying that he will do it "at a natural rate" just means he will do it whenever he feels like it. Buying backlinks is effective, but that service isn't worth $247 in my opinion.
     
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  3. extesy

    extesy Newbie

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    I agree with Kickflip, that guys is probably using something like senuke himself :)
     
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  4. Kickflip

    Kickflip BANNED BANNED

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    The service he offers on his site is more like a "retail" service, where as we are a "wholesale" business. I mean, I just browsed his site and saw the following statement:

    "If you have thought of "buying traffic" or subscribing to those companies that promise "1000 links for $10" ? you've not only wasted ten bucks but you could possibly cripple your site if Google, Yahoo or Bing see this kind of blatant link farming. Besides, any good forum master will delete those links within a week ? so say goodbye to your links, your ten bucks, and of course - your site standings!"

    Yet, he offers this same service!

    "Second Tier:
    - 5,000 Blog Comments
    - 5,000 Forum Profiles
    Third Tier:
    - 5,000 Blog Comments
    - 5,000 Forum Profiles
    - 1,000 Forum Posts"

    So apparently 21,000 out of 26,500 of his links will be deleted within a week. I mean, I am sure the guy is offering a legit service, which takes him time and he feels is very good quality, but this doesn't seem right to me.
     
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  5. Jakerxxx

    Jakerxxx Junior Member

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    I'm glad I asked, thanks for your insight guys.
     
  6. Jared255

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    So true...
     
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    cookie48 Jr. VIP Jr. VIP Premium Member

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    Yes another scam probably.
     
  8. tcp01

    tcp01 Newbie

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    Agreed!!!

    Take a look here for some great services, and you get honest reviews from fellow BHW members, so this will help steer you in the right direction..
     
  9. EmpireQuality

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    Another scam? You are a fool. The person will do what you pay for but you have to do your own homework so you can come to your own conclusion and see if it will be effective for your site or not, keep in mind that the person is providing you the service so he can make money. An example of a scam is if you pay the person the $ for the service and he never does the service. A scam is when you pay $ and get nothing. A scheme is totally different...
     
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  10. exchageis

    exchageis Registered Member

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    yea price is way too high I would go for a verified Scrapebox or Xrumer blast which would be a fair bit cheaper and if the wording is good they should stick for longer.
     
  11. mccullum

    mccullum Power Member

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    i usually build all the thin links myself.that would have given my site some energy to stand and shortly after getting some traffic,i go on to buy links from the most trusted sites in my niche.And it works great.It takes significant money from my pocket but trust me when i say it helps
     
  12. santacruz

    santacruz Junior Member

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    hmm buying traffic or back link for the new site is risky? I normally wait for 2-3 month to blast the traffic and links.