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Text-Link-Ads? TNX? Text Link Brokers?

Discussion in 'Link Building' started by overl00rd, May 10, 2010.

  1. overl00rd

    overl00rd Junior Member

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    Not in your wettest dream...
    I'm considering to join those networks in selling links from my PR3 website. But also I'm aware of those horror stories how Mommy G really hate those kinda stuff (and now that TLA has been stripped off entirely from G's search result... with PR6 homepage).

    Still this opportunity is too yummy to pass along, even though this link selling thingy has been around waaaay years ago.

    Anybody have some experience to share?
     
  2. jamesdin

    jamesdin Junior Member

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    yeah i would like to know also..
     
  3. wyomble

    wyomble Registered Member

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    I have a TNX account and sell links on two sites. TNX fills your link spaces available fairly well but you really have to look at the big picture and long term sustainability. The PR of your site will drop simply because you will start deluding your PR with all the outbound links on your pages. Since your site really gives itself the most PR your PR will drop eventually. I was making $600/month with TNX. It is down to about $100/month now because of my PR drops.

    This is in no way a google penalty. If you really understand the PR equation it makes sense.
     
  4. dexterc

    dexterc Registered Member

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    I do have a PR3 site under Text-Link-Ads and in terms of traffic flowing in, still pretty much the same and for some of the posts, they are still pretty much in the search engine results, not much of penalty to me.

    So I would say, just go for it.
     
  5. overl00rd

    overl00rd Junior Member

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    How long have you been with TNX, mate? Anymore review about TNX would be highly appreciated.
     
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    wyomble Registered Member

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    I've been with TNX since December. I bought the sites then. I had a good four months at $600/month but when TNX re-indexed my sites with the lower PR's it dropped drastically to $120/month or something.

    The most important thing to note is that TNX will probably get you the most income initially because the fill rate is excellent. You just have to realize that the nature of the fill rate is what kills you in the long run. You can sell links on an individual basis for much higher rates but you will sell far fewer links. In the long run though having fewer outbound links helps your site maintain its PR and therefore the income remains the same although lower than the first 3-4 months of TNX income.
     
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  7. cirfer

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    Is txt the same as textlinks.com?
     
  8. dexterc

    dexterc Registered Member

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    I have been with Text-Link-Ads.com over a year plus. Got in when the site is accepting a lot of sites with no-strings attached. Now this site did not approve the rest of my new blogs (sad...) because quality is not there (sheesh...)
     
  9. overl00rd

    overl00rd Junior Member

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    It's good to know that nobody's site got slapped on SERP by installing a TLA script.

    Or is there?