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Need Link Farming (Building) Expert For Consultancy

Discussion in 'Black Hat SEO' started by nezgo5, Dec 26, 2016.

  1. nezgo5

    nezgo5 Newbie

    Dec 22, 2015
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    We need expert to pay him to figure out and explain us link farming strategy of indirect competitor.

    We are trying to figure out how one network of News website are ranking so good and can push a new website to Alexa 2000 with 20 mln monthly visitors in a few months. I see that they are using a network of websites (100) with similar domain names (name pattern) and they give links to the news websites "mothers". These network websites have some codes that are protected from copy/paste, so they are protecting the content I guess. These 100 network sites don't have good Google ranks or a lot of links (not authority), but they keep giving links to the main "mother" news site. I think if it wasn't working, they wouldn't but it seems this might be key to their success. Somehow this gives huge link juice to the news articles they publish on the main websites.

    So, I need someone who has experience with link farming, link building, php,java codes, and wants to learn how people publishing just 100 unique posts per day can have 80mln+ monthly visitors and make millions per year.

    So we need link expert to figure out their link strategy.

    We also own News websites, so we are trying to understand how to use the same strategy to rank for longer and better with our news. It seems what they do works. We will apply it in different niche. They publish tech news, while we publish finance news.

    Please contact us if you are expert in this:
    Skype: [email protected]
    Email: [email protected]

    We are ready to pay for the service. We can create project at upwork, freelancer and pay you for this consultancy. We also plan to pay the expert 5% of the net revenue we earn because of the new strategy. This could possibly be a game-changer for the candidate.
    Last edited: Dec 26, 2016