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Submit your articles to over 100 blogs using our blog network

Discussion in 'Blogging' started by killer2021, Apr 22, 2011.

  1. killer2021

    killer2021 Regular Member

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    With the recent google farmer update heavily penalizing content farms such as article directories and google indirectly reviewing sites for quality (ie banning low quality sites such as autoblogs). We now need to innovate our link building strategy. Going forward, google absolutely will only be giving link juice to links that come from quality sites. That means if your link building strategy was based around forum spamming, blog comments, or article directories then chances are that eventually those links will lose all their link juice. Google has consistently stated that they only want unique quality content to show up in their search results. Google has said this for years but now they are cracking down big time. As a result we need better methods for getting high quality links. Thats where backlinkemporium.com comes in.

    Backlink emporium has a blog network that currently consists of 100 blogs (more blogs coming soon). All have good .com domain names and all look professional in quality. This blog network operates similar to how an article directory works but instead we post your articles on blogs instead of in an article directory. Each article may contain up to 3 links to any site you wish. When your article is approved it goes straight to the front page. The only thing we ask is that your articles be unique and not link to any shady sites (porn, warez etc.). We also moderate all comment spam from the articles so all link juice flows straight to your sites.

    Backlink emporium is also completely free and doesn't require registration. You simply write a high quality article, place 3 links to whatever site you wish and submit it through backlinkemporium.com. You can submit as many articles as you like!

    http://www.backlinkemporium.com

    If you have any questions feel free to ask!
     
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  2. course575

    course575 Registered Member

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    Are these high PR blogs?
     
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  3. azolia

    azolia Junior Member

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    Another kind of voltrank ? Im not sure about these system ...
     
  4. killer2021

    killer2021 Regular Member

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    Not yet. This blog network is free and as such the blogs don't have PR yet. However, you must remember that pr is not important when it comes to blog posts. Why? Because your blog post will only stay on the front page for a few days, if that. After that your blog post will go onto its own separate sub page which will have no pr.
     
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    killer2021 Regular Member

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    This service is NOTHING like voltrank. NOTHING. This service is like ezine articles but instead of your articles showing up on a penalized content farm domain name your articles show up on blogs.

    All you have to do for this service is write an article. Plop your links into the article and submit it through the site. No registration or fees to pay.

    With most other blogs you have to actually pay per post. I charge nothing at all. The only thing I ask is to write quality unique articles and I will link to your websites in exchange for you work. Win-win.

    Link building through blog networks is the best way to build quality links over time. Article directories, comment spam, forum spam and profile links are all dead since google is now going after these forms of link building with a vengeance.

    Going forward, blog article marketing will be the most effective way to get quality links by far. As long as the blogs stay on the down low, only post quality/unique articles and look professional then its virtually impossible for google to block or ban this form of link building method.
     
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    fayans Junior Member

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    Good method to build links for tier 1 & tier 2 but it'd great if we can spin the title though.... Thanks for sharing it!
     
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    entailc Newbie

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    What prevents your emporium from being considered as content farm as the other sites and getting the same sort of treatment from google.

    If the blogs don't have PR, why should someone bother to post quality content.

    Do the blogs get any traffic at least so that the posters get the traffic benefit.
     
  8. killer2021

    killer2021 Regular Member

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    First off, none of the blogs are actually hosted through the emporium domain. This is just a portal website people use to actually submit the articles. For content farms like article directories its very easy for google to visit the site and say, "yea, this site looks like a content farm because people are submitting articles with tons of links and the site is posting them in this article directory." When google says that they just automatically put a -100 penalty on the domain and any link coming that domain gets penalized as well.

    With my blog network each blog has its own separate domain name, different theme, and professional quality. There is no sign on the blog that it has articles coming from my emporium site. All the articles appear as if they were written by the blog owner. So if google were to ever visit my blogs they would have absolutely no clue who wrote the articles. For all they know I personally wrote the articles. As a result, it is virtually impossible for google to figure this out. They can't just type some little code into their algorithm to ban my domain. The only way they could figure it out is to actually hack my domain. Obviously, google is not in the business of hacking so its virtually impossible for this network to get detected.

    The articles will gain link juice over time. People will share them and link to them. Its also good to diversify your link sources.

    I started the blog network after the farmer update. Obviously google is going to crack down on content farms. The first ones to fall are the low quality article directories and autoblogs. Google will make its rounds to all other content farms eventually. I used to do lots of article marketing myself but any wise person at SEO knows that google is constantly changing their algorithm so you have to change your tactics. Whats the point of posting articles to article directories when the links get penalized from the start? Its a waste of time. I don't submit any articles to article directories anymore. Going forwards its all about getting high quality links from high quality sources. Blog networks and other private sources is the future of SEO. You can't see it now but sooner or later you'll see your rankings change dramatically as google's new algorithm crawls the internet and re-evaluates the, "quality" of those links. If you used article directories and traditional content farms as a source of backlinks then trust me your rankings are going to take a hit. Its best to diversity your links and blog article marketing is a great way to do it.

    Yes the blogs get traffic from google, facebook, forums, and various social bookmarking sites. If the article looks good in quality then I'll blast it out to the various social bookmarking sites like reddit, digg, stumbleupon. Obviously I have an incentive to promote the content to encourage people to visit the blog. If tons of people link to the article then all the link juice goes to your sites. I have absolutely no problem with that. Also the blog post will always have do follow for your links and there will NEVER be more than 3 out bound links on the blog post. So no need to worry about link juice getting stolen by comment spam.
     
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  9. ritesh

    ritesh Senior Member

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    can we spin the articles
     
  10. killer2021

    killer2021 Regular Member

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    Yes as long as it passes copyscape.
     
  11. ritesh

    ritesh Senior Member

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    no i mean do you accept spintax format.
     
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    therich Registered Member

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    Are blogs on different IPs?
     
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    I'd also like to know this.

    And OP, it would be great if you could add more categories. :D
     
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    johntarx11 Newbie

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    Hi, I am john I like your Post. This sites provides the better facilities to me and I think every one .
     
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    PinkieBoyz Newbie

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    same question .
     
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    Just one question, if this is free then WTF are you doing it?
     
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    autoblogged Registered Member

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    Well he gets free content, which he can monetize with ads. In exchange, article writers get contextually relevant links.