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I've just applied to the network,
do you have a permanent pbns links (one time payment)?
do you allow paypal as a payment method?
Thanks in advance, looking forward to have business with you :)
 
I've just applied to the network,
do you have a permanent pbns links (one time payment)?
do you allow paypal as a payment method?
Thanks in advance, looking forward to have business with you :)

One time payment, no way :)

Not possible. You cannot get quality and a one time payment.

Domains I charge $35-$40/mo cost $700-$850'ish for the domain, $50 on design, $100 on initial content, and on average $50/year for hosting, then $10 renewal every year + maintenance.

That's a total cost of $900-$1000 in year 1, then $60-$70/year after that.

If I charged $200 per post, then after content, posting and staff time I would make about $170. Times 10 that's $1700. One time.

About $700 profit, not including my advertising or any other costs. Then over the next 5 years it'll cost me $300 to maintain, bringing my profit down to $400 for all that work?

If I run 100 domains like that I'll make a grand total of $40,000 profit, if I don't take on any staff and I work to maintain and manage all this myself.

So.. If that's my profit at $200 per post, what do you expect to get for the typical $5-$15 for a permanent post? :)

it's *impossible* to do.

Monthly is the only way otherwise you may as well go and setup the pbn yourself.

You pay $40/mo and you get a link on a blog that would have cost you $1k to setup.

If you keep that link for 2 years, you're still under what you'd pay. That's why monthly is the best.

And I make enough profit to make it worth while to run a busines. If I sell all 10 spots, $400/mo. $4800 per year. About 4.8x return. Fair profit per year. Win-Win.

I only accept stripe as standard. I will take paypal under special circumstances, but only if you give me a good reason why you absolutely cannot pay with your card via stripe.
 
One time payment, no way :)

Not possible. You cannot get quality and a one time payment.

Domains I charge $35-$40/mo cost $700-$850'ish for the domain, $50 on design, $100 on initial content, and on average $50/year for hosting, then $10 renewal every year + maintenance.

That's a total cost of $900-$1000 in year 1, then $60-$70/year after that.

If I charged $200 per post, then after content, posting and staff time I would make about $170. Times 10 that's $1700. One time.

About $700 profit, not including my advertising or any other costs. Then over the next 5 years it'll cost me $300 to maintain, bringing my profit down to $400 for all that work?

If I run 100 domains like that I'll make a grand total of $40,000 profit, if I don't take on any staff and I work to maintain and manage all this myself.

So.. If that's my profit at $200 per post, what do you expect to get for the typical $5-$15 for a permanent post? :)

it's *impossible* to do.

Monthly is the only way otherwise you may as well go and setup the pbn yourself.

You pay $40/mo and you get a link on a blog that would have cost you $1k to setup.

If you keep that link for 2 years, you're still under what you'd pay. That's why monthly is the best.

And I make enough profit to make it worth while to run a busines. If I sell all 10 spots, $400/mo. $4800 per year. About 4.8x return. Fair profit per year. Win-Win.

I only accept stripe as standard. I will take paypal under special circumstances, but only if you give me a good reason why you absolutely cannot pay with your card via stripe.
Thanks for taking time for the reply man, that sounds pretty fair,
I can't pay via stripe since it's blocked in my country so international payments, I'm using a stealth PayPal account to buy anything online,
let me know if you could accept it, i'll be waiting for the approval, looking forward to test your network ^^
 
Thanks for applying, guys.

Please bare with me everyone. I am so swamped with work right now and I'm quite low on spots. I'll be in touch with as many as I can, but I'm actively adding more to the network. It's quite slow to build because I don't just grab any old domain to make a quick buck from. I only buy good domains that I think will get people results, that's really my my sole criterea when buying, and I also don't re-purpose so I can't just head to the auctions and buy stacks of like 50 domains. :)

I'm not trying to create "fake shortage" here with the waiting lists etc, so please don't be offended if you can't get on just now. I'm just doing my best to build up a quality business and everyone with a suitable site will have a place as the network grows.

I also age my domains for 3 weeks before starting to take orders so by the time anyone's order goes live they have been sitting for a good 4-6 weeks. This further adds delays! Unfortunately quality takes time.

I've got another 9 domains getting designs done now, and I'll be investing another $10k in domains over the next 2 weeks to get another 20-25 added.

Thanks for your patience, guys! Look forward to working with everyone.

Thanks for the input. Hope I can test your network as soon as possible.
 
Sent you a PM 5 days ago. No response.

I'm in the same boat but, in the interactions I have had with him, it's clear as day to see he's a busy professional that does an extraordinary amount of work. More or less on his own too. Check out some of his other threads and you'll notice the detail he puts into pretty much all of his responses.

Just assume he's busy going the extra mile for his current clients, hopefully you and I will benefit from that soon too. You'll hear back eventually :)
 
I'm in the same boat but, in the interactions I have had with him, it's clear as day to see he's a busy professional that does an extraordinary amount of work. More or less on his own too. Check out some of his other threads and you'll notice the detail he puts into pretty much all of his responses.

Just assume he's busy going the extra mile for his current clients, hopefully you and I will benefit from that soon too. You'll hear back eventually :)
Yeah I read most of his posts. He does share a lot of useful knowledge that most people would charge $$$$ for. Just posting here in case he missed the PM.
 
Sent you a PM 5 days ago. No response.
I'm in the same boat but, in the interactions I have had with him, it's clear as day to see he's a busy professional that does an extraordinary amount of work. More or less on his own too. Check out some of his other threads and you'll notice the detail he puts into pretty much all of his responses.

Just assume he's busy going the extra mile for his current clients, hopefully you and I will benefit from that soon too. You'll hear back eventually :)
Yeah I read most of his posts. He does share a lot of useful knowledge that most people would charge $$$$ for. Just posting here in case he missed the PM.


Hey guys,

The reason I don't reply to the pms is because I don't generally just message you and you link to sign up and be done with it.

I generally like to have a talk with people and make sure they're getting the advice they need, since I am selling results and not links.

I could obviously scale faster with just a "link selling" business, but it results in a far more unstable business. Right now I've had zero cancellations in 2 months and only a handful in the past 4 because I put the extra effort into helping anywhere that's needed to get results.

Eventually I'm going to train up someone to do SEO the way I do it, and someone to help me acquire and build the domains. Right now I do it all myself except for the writers and my post manager who handles the jobs, but I still need to prepare them all and do the anchors, setup the rank tracking then do the quality checks at the end. .

The BIGGEST reason I'm not replying to most of you just now is just because I'm now literally sold out. I'm at 95% of the max revenue I could hit with the domains I have. I have a few of the $5-$12/mo domains left in some niches like travel, food & drink etc, but not enough to make it worth while to contact people. I prefer to have more of the $15-$20/mo+ ones as they get people better results.

I will get around over the next 6 weeks to contacting EVERYONE who's pm'd me. I don't forget about anyone, and when I do get in touch you'll get the help you need to move your site in the right direction.

I'll have more domains ready to go for nov, and another batch in dec.

It's slow'ish to grow because it takes me around 3 months to break even if I fill every spot on a domain. So if I invest $20k now, then in 3 months I'll have that $20k back, then I can put that back in, and 3 months later thats then $40k and so on.

Unfortunately building real businesses does take time. If you go for a 20x ROI cash grab you can scale fast, but then no one gets results so it's all a giant waste of time.

I could quite easily put $1mil to work in this business right now. There's so much room. Eventually the goal is to keep making the quality even higher and have $3k domains, with $1k-$1500 worth of content on them for $120-$140/mo.

There will be space eventually for everyone. The goal is to have at least 1000 domains ranging from $500 to $5k, with the average being $1k domains at about $50/mo.
 
Hey guys,

The reason I don't reply to the pms is because I don't generally just message you and you link to sign up and be done with it.

I generally like to have a talk with people and make sure they're getting the advice they need, since I am selling results and not links.

I could obviously scale faster with just a "link selling" business, but it results in a far more unstable business. Right now I've had zero cancellations in 2 months and only a handful in the past 4 because I put the extra effort into helping anywhere that's needed to get results.

Eventually I'm going to train up someone to do SEO the way I do it, and someone to help me acquire and build the domains. Right now I do it all myself except for the writers and my post manager who handles the jobs, but I still need to prepare them all and do the anchors, setup the rank tracking then do the quality checks at the end. .

The BIGGEST reason I'm not replying to most of you just now is just because I'm now literally sold out. I'm at 95% of the max revenue I could hit with the domains I have. I have a few of the $5-$12/mo domains left in some niches like travel, food & drink etc, but not enough to make it worth while to contact people. I prefer to have more of the $15-$20/mo+ ones as they get people better results.

I will get around over the next 6 weeks to contacting EVERYONE who's pm'd me. I don't forget about anyone, and when I do get in touch you'll get the help you need to move your site in the right direction.

I'll have more domains ready to go for nov, and another batch in dec.

It's slow'ish to grow because it takes me around 3 months to break even if I fill every spot on a domain. So if I invest $20k now, then in 3 months I'll have that $20k back, then I can put that back in, and 3 months later thats then $40k and so on.

Unfortunately building real businesses does take time. If you go for a 20x ROI cash grab you can scale fast, but then no one gets results so it's all a giant waste of time.

I could quite easily put $1mil to work in this business right now. There's so much room. Eventually the goal is to keep making the quality even higher and have $3k domains, with $1k-$1500 worth of content on them for $120-$140/mo.

There will be space eventually for everyone. The goal is to have at least 1000 domains ranging from $500 to $5k, with the average being $1k domains at about $50/mo.
Gonna be waiting for that time :)
Thanks once again for putting such time to make detailed replies, that makes it clear and easier for everyone
 
Just a quick traffic boner update for my German website here.

I ordered 20 PBN links (worth ~$300 a month) and they started to drip a few weeks ago (not all of them are live yet) and here is the result so far:

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This will by far earn me more per month than the ~$300 a month I spend with Tom, so it's really a no brainer. I just told Tom to get me links for ~$300 a month and he handpicked the sites for me, so I didn't even have to choose them myself.

Also I have bought links to two more English sites and I expect similar results for those soon as well, will update here once that's the case.

As you can see it's certainly not the cheapest service out there but Tom goes the extra mile for you as he really wants you and your sites to succeed.

If you need quality and results go for this service, highly recommended!
 
We've chatted about some google results lately, but I did separatelly message Tom on Oct 14, still no reply - not a problem, I can wait.
I also signed up but could not find a way to order - no problem, I can wait.

So everything is cool :)

Just needed to be sure I will get a reply on the PBN thing :)
 
Hi there. I have just applied and looking forward to be in touch with you. Your service looks very good and hopefully I can join your network.
 
I applied a few little bit ago and never heard anything. Was curious if you had any openings to work with new people? :)
would love to see how your service would affect one of my sites.
 
If anyone is wondering whether the Wolf Network is worth the money, I can confirm it with a clear conscience. After the Google core update in May, my organic traffic dropped by about 70-80%. I was buying cheaper guest posts/niche edits, but prices are currently out of reach for my budget, plus contacting website owners and finding one that gives real value is also a difficult task. Plus those links didn't really give any results, my traffic was still down. I didn't want to buy cheap PBN links due to the fact that I want my site to be a long-term investment.

However, after reviewing this topic, I noticed a lot of positive feedback about The Wolf Network and the owner himself. I decided to buy 2 links in September "on a test". And I think it was the best decision I could have made. After just a few weeks since the links are live, I noticed a significant increase in organic traffic, about 10% more compared to the previous month. This is not a PBN of the kind where the websites are jammed with hundreds of outbound links. "Quality over quantity" really matters here.

The biggest advantage of this service is the owner. Tom is very knowledgeable about SEO. I have never had any contact with SEO before and my knowledge of it is still very little. I turned to Tom with every problem/question and he never had a problem answering. I got so much advice on how I could improve my website towards SEO that I'm really surprised that someone could be so helpful.

I bought more links in October and I will certainly share the results in a few months. Top-notch service.
 
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