Discussion in 'Black Hat SEO' started by RastaMouse, Jul 31, 2015.
Finally, do you suggesting that service?
I am looking for stock market related products(stock trading software, educational course, anything that's not stale and old) as add ons for my site.
Im unsure the best place to post this request so if im in violation of terms please direct me. My site is being revamped now but Im getting great traffic, Im not even sure how its getting there as I paid for some at stumbleupon at first as well as twitter and facebook buy have not paid for any lately. Im really amazed at the amount of traffic. Im not a website developer so I have to hire all that out.
Can anyone direct me to good higher end as well as lower cost stock market related products? Much appreciated.
I also have some other projects Im working on and one that is super niche with fairly low competition. I might consider an equity stake or partner ship with someone that has the skillsets that I do not .
If the SEO company knows what they are doing and if your ROI is expected to exceed your investment then go for it, otherwise just do your own stuff.
Well I checked out the company and they seem to have some good reviews overall but the site doesn't seem to have anyway of verifying the reviews, so for all I know the company may have written the reviews themselves (site is reviewcentre.co.uk if I remember rightly, will edit the post and change if I'm wrong). I guess I'm just being a little paranoid but when I'm spending good money I really don't wanna waste it and potentially lose my channel from them using black hat techniques. I could copy and paste what they said to me so guys could tell me if they sound any good? They told me the general techniques they would be doing to build up my channel fan base. Won't be getting ROI on this for a long while, maybe never. This is more a long term, gamble investment to be honest.
There are good quality SEO sites out there for the money.. I really like boostability
Try SEOboss or something like that. I'll have to go back and see if I can find that page. It was a wonderful site, almost like fiverr
Separate names with a comma.