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iWriter started own blog network?

Discussion in 'Black Hat SEO' started by wriper, Jun 3, 2014.

  1. wriper

    wriper Senior Member

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    Hey guys,

    I just accepted one article from iWriter.com and there is option to submit article to blog network there are several packages from 100-500 websites . But i quite dont understand what is the point of submitting one article without spinning to 500 websites? Are they targeting totally stupid people or am I missing something?

    Do you have any experiences with it?
     
  2. Arico Jennifer

    Arico Jennifer BANNED BANNED

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    Kinda guest posting they are doing.
     
  3. jr_sci

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    This is news for me. Got to check them out. Do they want to submit your article to 100-500 sites or they have asked you to select 1 site out of that bunch ? They shouldn't be that dumb.
     
  4. Chintoo

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    Just had a quick look and they are selling 500 links for $20!? Either these are some sort of article directories or some really crap links.
     
  5. twilightofidols

    twilightofidols Power Member

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    I didn't have very good experience getting content from iWriter, most of it was relatively low quality. I can't imagine this link service being a good idea. Submitting the same article over and over is worthless at best.
     
  6. balsagoth007

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    This is so risky for money sites if it really exists, haven't checked yet. Unless of course you use it on buffers in that case the price should be low.
    Since they provide you with the spun version of the article at delivery I think they will use that version at submission.
    You can spend $50+ in one go just to take note of the good writers, after that just submit your work to those. That's what i do and i am totally satisfied: 24h delivery and good quality at 3$, you can't beat that!
     
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  7. twilightofidols

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    I spent a few hundred over there. I might have to give it another go in the future.
     
  8. webhostingman

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    I'd rather stay away from pointing directly to my money sites.
     
  9. DiggitySEO

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    As a writing service, I think iWriter does fine. You just need to sort through the multitiude of writers using Spinning software and ignore them. Once you've done that, its all quality.

    I like iWriters interface and support. If they were to apply the same level of quality to a PBN, it might be worth looking into. Personally, I'd rather keep my links in my own network.
     
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    Iwriter is managed by a company that had its hyped blog network de-indexed almost as soon as it was set up. I would stay away large networks with a single owner.
     
  11. wriper

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    I tought it can be great service. But it looks really dangerous even for tier 2 .

    Why they dont just do link network where you can make money by guest posting?
     
  12. jagreen78

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    I just noticed this as well, have been using their article service for a few years and I get above average articles. If I don't then I just deny the writer and don't pay (what's wrong with that? lol).

    I thought about using their blog network, which they say: "Our network includes ~ 332 Page Rank 3 websites. ~ 310 Page Rank 1-2 websites. And ~ 554 Page Rank 0 websites, for a total of 1,196 websites! These numbers fluctuate up and down constantly as Google updates Page Rank."

    Anyone actually tried this? I'm thinking of trying the $10 option just to see...apparantly they recommend spinning the article which they help you automate.
     
  13. ConsultJoseph

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    With lots of people using iwriter and ordering articles, I assume there are hundreds of people using these blogs (and the cheapest packages come in multiple blog posts).

    With a massive ordering base like that, I couldn't see how a 1000+ domain network could have safety intervals of a few days between posts. I think each one gets like 1 - 3 posts every single day with average content and each post filled with links. Yuck.
     
  14. jack2012

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    I had bad experience with iWriter and i suggest not to use one article into hundred's of sites...
     
  15. twilightofidols

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    I actually wanted to pop in this thread and let you guys know I decided to give iWriter another try after reading what both of you wrote. I got so many terrible articles a couple years ago I just gave up, got tired of denying articles. I'm having much better luck this time around and I am actually getting articles that a very Tier 1 worthy.
     
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    I suggest you not to use one article in hundred of sites. I think this is one type of guest posting service.
     
  17. spamjam

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    Hey everyone,

    I use iwriter for tier 2 content and I did notice the blog network as well. If you look at the options, they ask if you want to submit the article with spin tags to be submitted, so long as you click yes to that option.

    I sent them an email to inquire as to whether or not the blogs are organized by theme and if you can use naked urls as anchor text since the option for your two keywords require you to input a term that is in the article, I have not heard back about that yet.

    The fact that you are getting 100-500 submissions using only 2 anchor texts is a bad idea and will throw up a red flag pretty quickly.

    I have a site (stellar seo st louis . c*m) (new here by the way so hope that meets the requirements for not leaving a live link in a post) that I setup and tested to see if I could spam it to the top of Google. I got most keywords between #7-#12 with a tiered GSA campaign, you can see the full article by going to website magazine and typing (when and how to use black hat seo)
    Anyway, I bought the $10 package from Iwriter a little while ago and when I get the link report I will share it with anyone who wants it (pm me) so you can see some of the sites.

    I have paused that spam campaign from GSA a few weeks ago so I will also let you know if I get any changes in the rankings after these links get indexed.

    Hope my input will help.
     
  18. umerjutt00

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    Checking them out, but public blog networks tend to be at higher risk of being de-indexed.
     
  20. ibro77

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    iWrite.com is good place to write some articles and submit there and earn money.