Discussion in 'Black Hat SEO' started by Robby54, Jul 3, 2012.
Seems promising but only time will tell...
Definitely a much better set up, with people donating sites.
G will be all over this like a duck on a june bug.
G will be all over this like mayo on a bologna sandwich.
G will be all over this like stink on $shit.
G will be all over this like a pitbull on a chiuaua.
G will be all over this like white on rice.
That is all...
Just got a mass email from them - I'd be worried about Google getting it too and doing one of these:
- add a few of their own sites and penalise people who submitted to them
- set up lots of different accounts to be able to buy more than 10% of one category
It seems like in is very handy and very much potential to. I have not studied it properly but i am looking forward.
I will laugh if anyone signs up for this. Fool me once, shame on you; fool me twice, shame on me...
Just homepage links? Such a setup serves part of ones needs but there is still a need for individual posts in quantity. Apparently the investment in such a network is not something many are willing to do on a large scale these days.
It's a much better setup but on the other hand, it will be quite pricey!
Again, previously it was only BMR who suffered. Now, probably our time will come if we join!
Let's see how this plays out....
well this is technically and advertiser link... so I don't see how this violates Google Tos. It's just like any other advertiser buying a spot am I wrong?
Let give it a try
If this gets really huge there is no doubt that the big G will be all over it. Hopefully they changed their strategy a bit in regards to the footprint.
Advertiser and paid links are supposed to use no follow according to Google.
I'm looking forward to hearing how BMR 2.0 turns out.
Here is the skinny on Google and Paid Links. Based on what I read, Google would probably have an issue with the new BMR 2.0 site, but then again, Google would have issue with most of the services that promote link building.
No matter how you look at it, creating fabricated links is against Google's TOS.
The important thing to note is #1Google is not the only search engine and way to MMO and #2 Back-linking is not against the law in country that I know of.
Its one thing to have an issue, its another thing to be able to do something about it
All these's sites seem privately owned, different server's, different ip's, plus they limit you to only purchasing 10% of their network which makes it extremely hard if someone wanted to manually take out the network.
Not saying its bulletproof, just saying G has its work cut out..
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