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Link Building With fiverr

Discussion in 'Black Hat SEO' started by rabota1234, Oct 23, 2011.

  1. rabota1234

    rabota1234 Registered Member

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    I don't think there is any need to explain what fiverr.com is. So, let's get to the point.
    Fiverr is offering every SEO out there a huge army of freelancers, ready to work for 5 bucks. 5 dollars is the cost for link building services too.
    I know what you are thinking. These link builders are scammers, they are going to just take my money and dig my website rep. No, that's not the case here. The idea behind the low price is that when someone finds these services acceptable and reliable, they give you a thumbs up and your add will rank higher.
    For examples, check some link building adds on fiverr. You will see how successful some of them are. They are offering completely satisfactory services to their customers.
    So, what I am trying to say here is that we should make good use of these cheap offers. Maybe even create a list of trusted link building experts on fiverr.
    My 2 cents!
     
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    Like the article says, it's possible to get someone good but you put your site in the hands of a stranger for five bucks. It's also possible that their reputation can be fake or they get overloaded with gigs and the quality and your site go down the tubes. It may work out, but it's a crap shoot at best.
     
  4. slashchick

    slashchick Newbie

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    The problem, as pointed out in another thread, is that most people on fiverr don't know anything about SEO. So they pay 10 companies at once, and their rank goes up, and herp derp, by golly it worked! The problem is...which of the 10 services worked? No idea...because they didn't test properly. So you get a lot of that type of thing on fiverr.

    I prefer this site and other forums for services simply because the people who write reviews here are likely to know their stuff a lot better than your average fiverr user.
     
  5. Getwhatchuwant

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    I have seen some decent gigs on fiverr that mimic some of the offers here, just cheaper. Are the junk? I cant really say, are they any worse or better than what we can get here? I also cannot say. For one off jobs I dont think fiverr is a bad site.

    Some of the gigs I have bought for various sites include "angela/paul" style backlinks, a 15 web 2.0 property gig with about 1000 scrapebox bl's back to the web 2.0's AND he found and spun an article to get it done.
    Another gig was a "full monty" Senuke that I used.

    I think if you look around you can find some comparable services for a pretty cheap price.
     
  6. goinviral

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    I got a thread on her about ranking with fiverr and to tell you the truth I have been pleasantly surprised. I don't know if I would let any of these guys touch my authority sites but for new projects you spend a $100 dollars and you might get a good result, is not bad. Here is the link http://www.blackhatworld.com/blackhat-seo/black-hat-seo/363325-franking-fiverr-gigs-only.html by the way franking was supposed to be ranking LOL.