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SeoLinkVine Sucks - Any Good Blog Networks?

Discussion in 'Black Hat SEO' started by jesdon2, Jun 18, 2010.

  1. jesdon2

    jesdon2 Junior Member

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    Hey guys,

    I have tried out SeoLinkVine and so far the results have been crap. Not nearly worth the price tag. In fact a professionally written weight loss article hand spun to 100% uniqueness at the paragraph, sentence and word levels has been published exactly 0 times in 4 days.

    It was added to numerous categories ranging from 9 different ones in the health industry to self improvement and so forth, yet no results. I must say that I am not impressed.

    For the price tag, there should be at least 50 - 100 publishes on this one article alone.

    Can anyone recommend a good blog network that actually benefits your serp rankings etc.?

    Thanks
     
  2. AriVat

    AriVat Registered Member

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    I agree... the SLV is full of crap. I have a few niche blogs linked to the system and although I specified strict categories for the articles I want to receive, 95% of the articles that come to my approval are on totally different categories. IMHO is just a waste of time for both writers and publishers if the system is not capable of accurate delivery.
     
  3. strutzby

    strutzby Newbie

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    I use linkvana, 100% acceptance rate. The only thing is... all articles must be 100% unique and >100 words. Can be time consuming but usually runs around $2 per link. This is my first month. Waiting to verify good results.
     
  4. naomighrasta

    naomighrasta Newbie

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    try FTS free version and see how it goes
     
  5. chadisa

    chadisa Newbie

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    For what it's worth linkvana is basically the core to my SEO strategy for my clients and I get incredible results. It does suck that they charge $2 per post if you outsource it but what I found is if you spin already existing content (I use The Best Spinner) to about 20%-30% uniqueness it almost always gets accepted :)
     
  6. Georgebg

    Georgebg Jr. VIP Jr. VIP Premium Member

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    I would just go with Auto-pligg or Senuke to be honest heh I heard alot of bad stuff ab out SeoLInkvine
     
  7. himanuzo

    himanuzo Supreme Member

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    I consider to register SEOLinkVine...
     
  8. G0D0VERY0U

    G0D0VERY0U Regular Member

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    Here is what I have experience with and what I think about them.

    UAW hits some blogs and is a great all around tool.

    AMA - complete garbage. Accepts adult articles but very rarely do they get published and since you can't find yoru backlinks, how do you know they even exist let alone build backlinks to them (promoting the promoter). I put a ton of work into it and got next to nothing out of it.

    FTS - Good tool, but suffers from limited spinning ability and limited distribution. Free version is best value here.

    MAS - "Eh?" I just kinda add it in with my other submissions because I have it. Take it or leave it, it won't make or break you.

    Article Blueprint - Garbage again. They now have a private AD distribution network, but I've hardly been blown away by it.

    Blog Blueprint - Solid tool, but limited scope of blogs to post to. Linkvana is likely the better solution.

    Bottom line - UAW isn't just for blogs but it does hit some. It's by far been one of the best, most valuable assests in my collection of grey-hat marketing tools. I have two outsourcers that work 40 hours a week just writting articles to submit to them. This is the best value. If you want just PURELY blogs, go with FTS.

    :)
     
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  9. eljeffe77

    eljeffe77 Junior Member

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    What is FTS please? Tried googling, I know it stands for something - just not sure what - haha
    Thanks :)
    jeff
     
  10. xoxxx

    xoxxx Regular Member

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    if you don't mind, can you un-abbreviate all of those?
    googling them comes up with nothing.

    Thanks
     
  11. ascura

    ascura Junior Member

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    free traffic system .. I can't put link yet..
     
  12. xoxxx

    xoxxx Regular Member

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    what are the other 3?
     
  13. jesdon2

    jesdon2 Junior Member

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    UAW = unique article wizard
    MAS = magic article submitter
    AMA = article marketing automation
    FTS = free traffic system
     
  14. killer2021

    killer2021 Regular Member

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    I am going to making my own private blog network that we can post our articles to. The blogs won't have any pr or anything but overtime the blogs will gain link juice as will your articles. You submit your articles to my blog network, I post them on my blog and you get one way backlinks to your site. These blogs appear 100% legit, unique domain, good template etc.

    Oh and it'll be free too, so not much to lose.

    Don't throw your money down the drain to these paid blog networks that don't work!
     
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  15. xoxxx

    xoxxx Regular Member

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    I would much rather throw my money at linkvana or a similar network that has actual pr on the pages?

    a blog network with zero page rank is useless lol.

    good luck.
     
  16. SEOpie

    SEOpie Registered Member

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    Well my experience is very different. I think SEO linkvine does work. Last month i submitted 30 unique articles and they have been published 142 times as of now. I do look at their article request section where webmaster request for articles and this shows me which thing is in demand and i ask my writer to write accordingly.

    I have seen my site getting improved in a fairly competitive niche & honestly this is the only thing i am doing at the moment so i know results are coming from SEO linkvine.