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Discussion in 'Black Hat SEO' started by cgpa2.17, Dec 25, 2013.

  1. cgpa2.17

    cgpa2.17 Regular Member

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    I wonder why people are buying for example 10 high PR links and pay monthly to ensure the link stay. It's a worth investment? I heard of getting one PR5 BL is worth than 5k crap links, but my doubt is that those link are hell expensive.. it cost monthly..
     
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    I pay monthly for links because I rank sites fast, and I bank hard. I'm happy to pay a 'tax' to rank them, ie, paid links. No problem at all! Indeed, if I could pay more to rank faster, I would.
     
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  3. cgpa2.17

    cgpa2.17 Regular Member

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    I'm not talking about manually building link or paying paid links. I prefer one-off package because I can test which providers deliver the best.
     
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    Rokebono Senior Member

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    For high competition keywords besides the usual packages you should buy some monthly paid links from blog networks, SAPE, whatever. It's called link diversity, you can't just make a new site and point a bunch of homepage backlinks pointing to your site, at least that's not the best way to do it from my point of view. If you have a site that is ranking for some high competition terms and is making you $500/day is it too much paying $500/month for some high PR links?
     
  5. bartosimpsonio

    bartosimpsonio Jr. VIP Jr. VIP Premium Member

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    You're looking for ROI.

    If you get traffic from google, you'll pay $5000 on adwords for X visitors. You buy links and you get the same X visitors for $200. And by the way, THAT is the real reason google fights link sales....
     
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    Bartholomew Regular Member

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    There are no links that stay forever anyway. Even if you buy a perpetual link you should expect it to live for 5-12 months max, as domains get deindexed, penalized and become of no use for the owners.
    So monthly links could be cheaper in the long run if you take this into account.
     
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    I don't know much of it but renting the high PR links is the way to go for me because it will stay as long as I paid.

    Yes, everyone wants one off the price for one time, but there is no one quality which stay with you forever. I paid what I deserved to obtain.
     
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    You find the answer why google don't want any kind of automate link building.Because looses money from Adwords.Link building on high pr sites in homepage on authority and same niche as you may cost some money but its cheaper than Adwords and boost your SERPS fast

    Posted via Topify using iPhone/iPad
     
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    True. It all depends how much you can make with your site.
     
  10. StirlingMedia

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    Of course they will stay if it is a good network, away from the public eye.
     
  11. jollyman

    jollyman Jr. VIP Jr. VIP Premium Member

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    Yes, now a days "quantity is better then quality". The only reason why people love to choose high PR backlinks is to get high search engine ranking. If your website having only crap links other than quality backlinks then it will be very difficult to get high ranking.
     
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    Bartholomew Regular Member

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    Sure, but only if it is your own private network. And the price for just one such link will start from ~$69 one time for aged PR 2/3 domain name + monthly price for hosting + price for some more inbound links to this domain.
     
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    You have a lot to learn about this my friend :)

    Let me just say there is no need to pay that price...I can get a PR5 for far less and I NEVER build links to my PBN sites. I buy them because they already have very strong authority with genuine backlinks, why would I waste my time building spammy IM links to these domains? Especially because they could lose their trust in Google, something which is very important.
     
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    But if you're pay $200 for your expectation. After Google updates (Panda, Penguin or Hummingbird). Your monthly links are dropped down and site also. That time wat to do ??
     
  15. Bartholomew

    Bartholomew Regular Member

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    They will lose their PR in a couple of PR updates. Usually it is -1, sometimes -2. In a couple of years they will lose -2 to -3 if you don't feed them with good backlinks.
    And no, you cannot get PR 5 for less unless it is fake PR 5. You might have a chance to pick up a domain with good backlinks which has PR n/a and hope that it will get its' old PR back after you restore old content, but it is more or less gamble. And it will not retain PR 5 for sure. PR 4 at best.
     
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    I'm speaking from 100% experience here.

    I don't actually care about PR, maybe it fluctuates a little. That is OK. The authority of these domains however remains pretty constant because they have amazing backlink profiles from the likes of wikipedia, BBC, gov sites etc...

    You can't get a PR5 through the traditional methods for cheap but there are other ways.

    As for your last sentence...yes it can retain PR5, PR6...even PR7 as long as the backlinks are there. If the backlinks are there then it makes no difference...Google does not care.
     
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    Spot on....word of caution:look for providers who do NOT provide reports as a way to mitigate the G's prying eyes.

     
  18. danms

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    Google knows how to detect them even without getting in the network. Link networks have footprints, their targets have footprints and you can't expect the provider to protect you for XX$ a month.

    I had a network of my own, for my sites and it's a huge headache. I sure didn't think of offering it as a service for less than 500$ a month. Strong networks worth their price, and real sites don't want to lose links every 3 months. What about the time you spend monitoring the links, contacting the providers and the sleep you lose over it?

    These services can yield high ROI, only if you know how to monetize the traffic when you get it. Cause it won't be there for long if the network is of low quality, and most networks are, because they need to offer the service for less than $100 a month per client, which is peanuts.