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Paying for Links - Please Read

Discussion in 'Black Hat SEO' started by luizeba, May 23, 2010.

  1. luizeba

    luizeba Regular Member

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    Hello mates.

    I'm launching a new site in a foreign language, and it'll be really really more difficult to I contact webmasters and bloggers from that country to build my links, due language problems haha ;D

    So I was bring to one thing: Paid links


    But not any paid links, bought in any shit paid-link network. I'm searching for good, big and established sites and blogs (almost 100% have the same audience of my site) and contacting them to provide 'paid-posts', 100% contextual and with 2 or 3 links to my site. Despite the visitors that posts will attract, I'll have great links in authoritive sites.

    So here come my questions:

    1- Google can penalize me, if they 'know' about that? These sites already sold posts to big companies, like DELL, Energizer, Procter & Gamble, Microsoft... I won't be buying links at all. I'll be buying a way to create a buzz in the blogsphere, and, as a 'bonus', I'll recive 2 or 3 contextual and strong links

    2- If they can penalize me for that, there is a way to they find that links were bought?

    3- Do you guys think that is a good idea to I build links? It'll be quite expensive buy that posts, and I don't want to throw that money away haha :D


    Thanks bros!
     
  2. luizeba

    luizeba Regular Member

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    No one? \z
     
  3. origin

    origin Regular Member

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    1- Not sure
    2- Yes.
    3- It's always a good idea to build your site link from time to time. Use free services first, there some tools here.

    Peace
     
  4. nixnash

    nixnash Power Member

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    If you have scrapbox , try to look out for blogs in your language/country and you could use google tanslator to understand and them comment on them...Kindda hectic...but will get the job done.same goes for forums....
    Most sites were you might buy links are on monthly basis...and they charge quite a lot..
    Another option you might have is via link exchange.
    Google will penalise you , if they found any paid links , but i wonder how does google determine , link build are paid links?? Thats something which even i am not sure about...
    Hope it helps.
     
  5. donjuan

    donjuan Power Member

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    try text link ads service, if you want to buy or sell links they are ok.
     
  6. luizeba

    luizeba Regular Member

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    I'm not going to buy a SERVICE who will do linkbuilding for me :)

    I'm contacting stabilished bloggers in that country who sell Post Adversting. As I said, they are really bigger, as companies like Coca-Cola and Energyzer have paid-posts on these sites.
     
  7. Ramsweb

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    The only way that you will find out is by doing it. Just go for it. I just paid $20 a month for two PR6 **************** links today. I am hoping for good results. If it takes a crap, oh well, back to the drawing board. The important thing is to have several alternatives working for you as well.

    I also wrote 14 ezine articles today. Just spread them around. It is a bit like a stock portfolio. Some will do bad, some will do great. You don't really know which is which for sure. You will have to spread your risk.
     
  8. ultimategamechain

    ultimategamechain Power Member

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    just dont put "sponsored links" near your link:D
     
  9. DutchRebel

    DutchRebel Regular Member

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    just hire a native to write you some spun comments and go crazy on the blogs for that country.

    also links from english sites work great, they will get you a long way to. you don`t have to discard them at all

    i could help you with dutch or german if you need.
     
  10. Ramsweb

    Ramsweb Senior Member

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    Hey guys, anyone know why my words got ******out in my post above. Did I do something wrong. I have noticed a few posts like this on the forum.
     
  11. DutchRebel

    DutchRebel Regular Member

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    its only for a few words, like do-fol-low,

    don`t know why, but probably for SE reasons.