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Using SAPE links to create my own blog network?

Discussion in 'Black Hat SEO' started by seoactive, Jun 13, 2013.

  1. seoactive

    seoactive Regular Member

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    I just joined SAPE so my mind is filled with ideas and all different possibilities. I am wondering if it is wise to create my own blog-network with the help of SAPE links. I noticed that a traditional 'private blog network' is usually filled with high PR links, and to start my own, I guess the traditional way is to buy high PR domains (or expired) and slowly build up from there.

    What if I buy 10x fresh/aged domains, then point a whole bunch of HIGH PR SAPE links to those sites. I believe the next PR update will then boost my 'fresh/aged' domain's PR significantly? For example, suppose my aged domain is PR1, I point 50x PR3 - PR6 SAPE links to it. I would expect the next PR update, it will then increase from PR1 to PR4 (at least).

    If this works, this will help save a lot of time and money?
     
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    You could do that - but its not a smart for longterm and it will be an expensive network ;-)

    I would recommend you to buy expired domains with good authority backlinks.
     
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  3. seoactive

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    Thanks. But a lot of expired domains WITH authority dont come cheap. I know I can buy aged/high PR domains off expired domains, but most dont have high authority, but I have no problem with that since I plan to point SAPE links to it. What you think.
     
  4. Moosey

    Moosey Senior Member

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    I think you can build an established network without even using SAPE. PM me if you would like to discuss this in further detail, I think us having a discussion sooner or later has been inevitable. Do you have Skype?
     
  5. Getwhatchuwant

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    It depends on how much the Sape links cost, for example if you are going to buy 10 domains and then point 50 Sape links to each that is 500 links per domain, what will that cost every month?

    On the other hand someone might be selling PR 3 or 4 or 5 domains for a few hundred bucks somewhere, you never now and it is a 1 time cost, just be sure not to get fooled by fake page rank.
     
  6. seoactive

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    PM'ed you. We will discuss further there.
     
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    Well, It is a Good plan..that way In next Update your own sites will have Good PR's which you can use to place own site Links or sell them to make more Money..
     
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    I've always wondered about this but the potentially high startup costs have always put me off.
     
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    Do a case study on it and see how it goes. Report your findings back to us.

    Come tax season, write it off.
     
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    You do know that you have to pay for SAPE links each and every month?
     
  11. seoactive

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    Good point. But is there anywhere I can generate/obtain an invoice from SAPE?

    Yea i understand, but it's a good investment if it works out.. SAPE links are consider quite cheap if you buy them yourself. Otherwise... if you buy from resellers, then its a different story
     
  12. DoubleUp

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    How is it a good investment? You have to pay monthly for each link which points at the domains you want to increase the PR of. There are far cheaper, and easier ways to go about increasing a domains PR.
     
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  13. seoactive

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    I haven't quite worked out the math here, but assuming the average price of a PR3 - PR5 link is $0.85/month. And if 10 of these links help push your site to a PR 4, that works out to around $102 per year. Let's take a network from BST for example, they sell $169 / $249 per month per individual, and there are probably 30+ external links of each site (there are many pages within a site that we can take advantage of too).

    I guess the beauty of this is that you have full-control of incoming links to your private network. Suppose if the next update, a PR4 link dropped rank, or got removed. No problem, you can just purchase another PR4 link as a replacement and point it to your network again.

    Everything is just a theory in this stage. I could be wrong but I always like to go creative in these things. Just sharing my thoughts.
     
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    I'm no tax expert, but why not just use an account you use for business transaction's statement.
     
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    May be PR3, but Pr4 and Pr5 links for $0.85?
     
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    I just did a quick search and yeah.. i do see PR3 and PR4 around that price-range. But I don't see any PR5 for now.
     
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    Sape killed my sites.

    I bought some from here, possibly should have bought them from somewhere else, but they made two of my sites tank. This was in Feb/March. I had big plans for them if they worked.

    My opinion, don't do it.
     
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    Im using sape for rank and tank sites, i rank for a month make around $$$$ and already have the replacement site waiting. Sape works great with old sites with diverse link profile, i tested it with more than 30 sites, and now i can affirm that it should be used with established sites, and you'll be safe.
    about your blog network, start with web2s, articles,bookmarks,pr blog comments, and later add sape slowly like 10 links a day, look for domains with good DA and PA.
     
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  19. junkdna

    junkdna Newbie

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    Has anybody tried buying SAPE links directly from SAPE's site? Are the prices much lower than with brokers?
     
  20. seoactive

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    Yes, I think that's what we are talking about here, and yes, its MUCH cheaper.