Hey guys, Just going through a few emails from my brokerage clients and there's a general theme I see with sites that I CAN'T sell. Too many people blast their sites with spammy links without thinking of the future consequences. Yes, you might save a little bit of time and rank for a nice keyword, which could bring you income in the short term... But longer term, if you ever come to sell the site (which is always a nice pay day) then serious buyers ALWAYS look at your SEO. If you've just been lazy and blasted away with xrumer/scrapebox then buyers will know. You won't get a decent price as the risk is just too high for the buyer. Sometimes you can get lucky, but in business it's good to minimise your risk and maximise your chances of success. BH SEO is great - but do it right. Build your spammy links to WH properties pointing at your money site. I'm not a SEO expert, but I know what sells when it comes to sites, and it's certainly not sites with a spammy backlink profile. Moral of the story... think long-term, treat all your sites as a business and think from the point of view of a potential buyer. Always keep your exit strategy in mind (which is usually a flip) I'm not saying go completely whitehat, just don't be naive and think people can't see your backlinks (especially first tier). Good luck and happy spammin'