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Results with BuildMyrank

Discussion in 'Black Hat SEO' started by Nosence, Sep 7, 2011.

  1. Nosence

    Nosence Senior Member

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    I am at the end of my free trial with build my rank, and have not really seen any results. Its only been 8 days, so i wasnt really expecting to see big changes.

    Has anyone used it with good results? Im debating on whether I pay for the subscription or not?
     
  2. verdox

    verdox Regular Member

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    I have subbed and used their content outsource. I am getting rank gains BUT! I made a bit of a boo boo - I have been doing a daily AMR blast and dont know if the gains are from AMR or BMR :)
     
  3. DocBrown

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    I've been using it 5 months now.

    I'm happy with it but i think 5 months or so is probably enough of it. The good thing about it is that the content is all unique (so no duplicate content issues with google). The other good thing is that BMR add something like 50 new sites to their network every month so all the links you have are being placed on different domains ie it's better to have 50 links coming from 50 different domains than 50 links coming from the 1 domain.

    TBH, i use it becuase i view my site as a long term strategy. So i can't say that i've seen astounding results from it. However i'd prefer to go this route than the backlink blasting campaigns others on here use. If you want instant results - you wont get them with BMR. If you want safe steady consistent decent backlinks which google most probably will like you for, then BMR is the way to go. I recommend it anyway - well as least for 5 or 6 months use anyway.
     
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    BorisTipsIt Regular Member

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    I've been using BMR for three months and have seen solid results. You aren't going to go top 3 for a highly competitive keyword, but it does create a foundation of solid links. For the price, it isn't a bad deal. I would do it again and intend to keep using it for another four months or so.
     
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  5. chico

    chico Newbie

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    I was able to keep my site from going into oblivion with BMR alone. Panda had hit me hard...

    Took a couple weeks to see results. The only downside is that you will need a lot of submissions to see significant movement.

    Outsource this if you can or at the very least use dragon naturally speaking with the andrea headset.
     
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    I use BMR at the core of most of my campaigns. I've been using it since November. I don't have a problem getting to #1 for my keywords even if I am using BMR alone but I usually use it with a mix of other links.
     
  7. azu12

    azu12 Regular Member

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    where can i get the link to BuildMyrank site?
     
  8. -Jericho-

    -Jericho- Jr. Executive VIP Jr. VIP Premium Member

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    Is that a serious question? BuildMyrank dot com
     
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  9. SuperLinks

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    BuildMyRank is a great blog network, one of the better ones in fact.

    Its solid because it checks for duplicate content via Google and their own database. That eliminates the possibility of crappy mass distributed content on the blogs.

    They also do a quick review to make sure that the content you are posting is readable and isn't garbage spun stuff either.

    Out of all the networks like this out there, BMR is indeed one of the better ones.
     
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    mdsurf Senior Member

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    what are some of the other top blog networks?
     
  11. BigMarcusStud

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    BMR doesn't approve spun content. That says a lot about the quality of the network. However, that's really misleading because it does approve spun content provided that it's readable and it's almost to a point of being a unique article. They're very much concerned about using duplicate content.

    In addition, they're very careful about footprints. I once submitted two of my sites but they rejected them because they found out that they're interlinked with each other. They had me take out the link first.

    Like what others have said here, it's a good source of solid links that Google loves. Just make sure to write or outsource a lot of content to make the price worth it. They submit up to 10 posts a day on their network so take advantage of that.
     
  12. clyde

    clyde Elite Member

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    Not blog networks but people typically use the following with BMR:
    Article Marketing Automation
    Unique Article Wizard
    Article Ranks
    SEOLinkVine (elite version, free one sucks)

    The other blog networks would be:
    LinkVana http://www.linkvana.com/
    BacklinkSolutions http://www.backlinksolutions.com/
     
  13. FuryKyle

    FuryKyle Jr. VIP Jr. VIP Premium Member

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    I did try out BMR but didn't get too good results from it. They are placed on pr0 URLs, so maybe they cam act as HQ 2nd tier links and an alternative to 2.0s
     
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    erroronline14 Regular Member

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    Im using it in my small blogs and Im getting good results from it. I tested it before by not using other link sources and the result is good.
     
  15. jon_xx_x

    jon_xx_x Jr. VIP Jr. VIP

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    Exactly. If you enjoy low quality links, then join BMR, giver.
    When a company highlights that it gives quality links and high pr websites in the network, yet your link isn't even on the high PR page, that's an instant redflag for me.

    It's no different than posting a link on a forum or some other low quality source.

    If I'm paying a monthly fee, my link better be on the damn page of the high PR.
     
  16. BigMarcusStud

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    Your link will be on the homepage, albeit for a small amount of time. It really depends on how many posts they put up on the main page. So you will still get a PR boost.

    They're also contextual links so they're good in a way.

    I'm not saying that BMR is the Holy Grail of link building. I'm just saying that it's a good addition to a campaign. I have a client who made me a writer for BMR and I'm seeing great results in the SERPs even if he's not really doing any other link building strategies.
     
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    teeniegenie Supreme Member

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    All your links were PR 0 sites? I had a wide variety going as high as PR 6...
     
  18. FuryKyle

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    I'm talking about the domain, not the URL. If I wanted a high PR domain, I could easily do it on forums as the guy above has stated.
     
  19. jon_xx_x

    jon_xx_x Jr. VIP Jr. VIP

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    Bingo, glad I'm not the only one that sees this.
     
  20. Coffeedrinker

    Coffeedrinker Newbie

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    I really like BMR, managed to get a few microsites to rank very quickly using this method alone. I recommend that you mix and match with other link building methods for sites that you are more serious about though.