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[Review] highprsociety.com

Discussion in 'Black Hat SEO Tools' started by aakon7, Aug 3, 2012.

  1. aakon7

    aakon7 Regular Member

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    Here is my honestreview of highprsociety.com's Article Link Building Solution.

    To see my review of highprlinks.com's solution see http://www.blackhatworld.com/blackhat-seo/black-hat-seo-tools/463258-review-highprlinks-com.html

    I wanted to post a review of highprsociety.com as it is a widely used solution that went 'underground' a few months ago (if you have a brain between your ears you can easily get in, but don't PM me asking how, figure it out yourself). It is offered by a great reputable company.

    Basically the way High PR Society works is you purchase credits and use the credits to purchase Homepage Links, Contextual Links, Article Distribution on their network or comments.

    I submitted 76 articles to the solution using 100% unique content (not spun) and posted to PR 2+ blogs. This costs 6 credits for each article submission which comes to about $0.025.

    Positives:

    • The management system is awesome and very simple to use if you are using spun content. If you are bulk uploading unique, unspun content it is time consuming.
    • They don't provide you a URL report
      • People can't report their network to Google
      • People can't steal your niche kwds and site concepts
      • Since they don't give people the URLs of the blogs, people can't put the network in harms way by spamming junk links to their post
      • They offer a drip feed option
    • They provide a report showing the article title, Site PR it was posted to, Published date and Creation date
    • Cheaper than any network out there! $0.025 to post an article on a PR 2+ Blog, you can't beat that!

    Negatives


    • They don't provide you a URL report so you don't know if the content has actually been posted. This is offered by a very respectable company though so there should be no doubt that the articles are posted as stated.
    • They only post 20 articles a day for each project
    • None of my articles were posted to PR5 and higher sites. I asked them about this and here was their response 'The current network has some PR5, but nothing above that. We are rolling out a new blog network service that will have higher quality PR, along with a lot more sites :)' For a blog network called High PR Society I would expect that they would focus on 'High PR' blogs not medium PR blogs.

    I can't comment on the quality of these blogs cause I can't locate even one of them which is something rare for me to say.

    For a company that claims to have one of the best backlink indexing services online I would expect all these pages to be indexed, however when I checked all the articles in Google and Copyscape none of them can be found after 12 days of being posted.

    Instead of flooding this thread with comments saying 'You need to wait longer to see results' I want to add that all my other link building efforts I generally see results within 48-72 hours (more on how I do this in a different thread at a later date).

    I saw a small bump in the SERPs for both clients which I can directly attribute to this network. I did not test out any of their other link building solutions within HighPRSociety so you will want to check them out for yourself. Overall I recommend that you use this network if you can produce lots of content cheaply as $0.025 to post an article on a PR 2+ Blog, you can't beat that! I do recommend that the company looks into getting these posts indexed as this is a serious issue obviously. I look forward to their expansion in the near future and will post another review when that occurs.

    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!

    I have delayed my review of revseo.com cause I have been getting some very odd results but it is next in que.
     
  2. danny1

    danny1 Regular Member

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    Given the fiasco that was their original launch on BHW, I would not trust HPRS ever again. I've used them before but never again. The footprint issues that led to their eventual de-indexing were pretty evident.

    If anyone is considering a blog network, then private (not publically advertised) ones are the way to go. If you have a budget then create your own.
     
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  3. reallife

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  4. aakon7

    aakon7 Regular Member

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    I just wanted to post a followup that almost of the articles submitted are still NOT indexed so steer clear of this solution.
     
  5. bonzo90

    bonzo90 Jr. VIP Jr. VIP Premium Member

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    Did you ever review revseo.com aakon7? I am interested in purchasing into their network after seeing their graphs on how quickly they ranked some of their "clients"

     
  6. CloneX

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    OP: Could you use ahrefs/majestic to locate the blogs the articles were published to and run a PR and IP scan?
     
  7. aakon7

    aakon7 Regular Member

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    Just received the following email from these guys

    I noticed they had relaunched the solution a few weeks ago so I retested them out. Results? 40 articles submitted and NONE of them are indexed. I used a token when submitting them and Google found 0 results. Still complete crap ...