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[Review] highprlinks.com

Discussion in 'Black Hat SEO Tools' started by aakon7, Jul 20, 2012.

  1. aakon7

    aakon7 Regular Member

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    I wanted to post a review of highprlinks.com as it is a new service offered by a decent company and I saw some ppl asking about this network.

    I purchased the Silver package for $74.99 which gives 207 high pagerank backlinks each month.

    Positives:
    • The management system is awesome and I wish more networks would use a similar structure. It is very easy to setup, manage and track campaigns
    • They give you the URLs of their network so you can run them through link indexers and you know they actually did the work
      • I have purchased a lot of network blasts and it always seems like the networks that don't disclose the links never give me any SERP increases :(

    Negatives
    • They give you the URLs of their network so you are put at risk in many ways
      • People can report their network to Google
      • People can steal your niche kwds and site concepts
      • When you give people the URLs of the blogs many people will put the network in harms way by spamming junk links to their post
      • They only post a few articles a day on each blog
    • Not counting networks that fake their PR, this is the worst network I have ever seen
      • The blogs are sloppy and quickly thrown together
      • The blogs are all almost identical except for the template so there is a serious footprint here
      • On many of the blogs their internal links are using tag cloud like linking (why in the world would they do this?)
      • Content is well written, I am very impressed. Until you realize that it is all duplicate content they pull from crappy article directories. Most of the articles are found on well over 50+ sites
      • Many of the blogs don't have your links on the homepage, so your not actually getting high PR links as they advertise
      • Footer links on all the blogs from the template developers which drain pagerank passed
      • Most don't have headers, footers or sidebars, they are so basic I can't believe they pass these off
      • Many of the blogs have default text from the template still in them such as "Change these lines editing the header.php file."
      • No images anywhere! Not even in the design!

    For a company that has one of the best backlinks indexing services online I would expect all these pages to be indexed, however when I ran a sample of 10 random posts of mine through scrapebox, only 7 out of the 10 were indexed within 3 days of being posted.

    I saw some decent movement in the SERPs which is crazy but I am dropping them cause I know that Google will kill off this network soon. If you want to thank me for this review PM with any networks you use that are good cause I am always looking for decent ones!

    Next I am going to review revseo.com
     
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  2. Th3T3chGuy

    Th3T3chGuy Senior Member

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    Out of curiosity, have you tried postlinks.com?
     
  3. aakon7

    aakon7 Regular Member

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    No, that is on my list to test out as it looks interesting. I am currently testing out revseo.com and highprsociety.com (Homepage Links, Contexual Links, Articles and the Comments link services) and will post reviews for both next.
     
  4. deepblack

    deepblack Regular Member

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    I know that this thread is quite old, but is there any update on the revseo network?