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Need Reviews for BMR

Discussion in 'White Hat SEO' started by neo3187, Sep 19, 2011.

  1. neo3187

    neo3187 Senior Member

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    Planning to buy BMR(Build My Rank) subscription, need some reviews
     
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    phluid Power Member

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    If you have time to write the articles or can get a good deal on them then I think it is worth it. I have had good results with BMR but currently don't use it because I don't have time to do the articles and don't want to pay for the articles at the moment.
     
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    neo3187 Senior Member

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    How many words article do they ask for? was planning to get the articles outsourced if BMR is really good
     
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    phluid Power Member

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    You can do up to 10 articles per domain per day. So it depends on which subscription you get. If you purchase through them it is $2.50 a day, I am sure there are plenty of places where you can outsource them but BMR definitely isn't shy about rejecting a poor quality article.
     
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    BMR definitely worth if you find a cheap content writer...Mine charges $1.3/post and never got one rejected.

    For $2.5/post it kills your budget when having multiple clients...

    @Neo 150 words/article with 1 link
     
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    They want minimum 150 words unique article. and outsourcer is also a good idea
     
  7. neo3187

    neo3187 Senior Member

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    sorry if iam asking too many questions but maybe it will help others as well, so, how is it different from UAW or seo LinkVine? Ive heard BMR has some high quality sites where our links are placed
     
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  9. clyde

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    UAW and SEOLV don't even compare. (garbage spun content to garbage network)

    BMR is the best of it's kind and they really do take care of their network.

    All of your posts to BMR will get indexed and they have more high PR sites than their competitors (i.e LinkVana)

    If you're promoting 5-10 sites and plan on writing the posts daily, go ahead with the subscription.

    Otherwise as the other guy suggested, just buy BMR posts before you commit.

    Good luck!
     
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    oh and don't forget to mix it up, BMR posts alone won't suffice.

    Something like this should be good,
    BMR + UAW + AR + AMA + SEOLV Pro.
     
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    Clade is right but instead of BMR+UAW etc would go with BMR for blog posts and some nice link pyramids, some bookmarks and so on to vary the links sources..
     
  12. neo3187

    neo3187 Senior Member

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    so you guys have seen some good results with BMR?
     
  13. neo3187

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    bumpity bump
     
  14. kappa84

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    Yup, really good results here. :)
     
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    neo3187 Senior Member

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    Thanks Kappa, I guess its worth going for... any suggestions as to how I should get my site approved by them ? as in, what all factors should I keep in mind before I go 4 it?
     
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    I haven't got any website denied...as long as it stays under their guidelines you should be fine. :)
     
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  17. clyde

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    Here you go bro:
    http://www.buildmyrank.com/domain-guidelines
     
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  18. neo3187

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