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WEBSITE OWNERS <--- CLICK for easy $$$

Discussion in 'Hire a Freelancer' started by Cheeky92, Mar 21, 2015.

  1. Cheeky92

    Cheeky92 Junior Member

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    Hello guys,

    I've been really struggling to get a foot into the door of any SEO agency, even in a junior role. I would really appreciate it if anybody could help me out here (I'll pay!)

    When I apply for jobs, as expected they all ask for examples of work that I have done and a reference too. Unfortunately all of the work I have done to date has been pretty much all blackhat on sketchy websites, not what they're going to want to see/hear.

    I was wondering if any website owners (Fully SEO optimised) wanted to make a quick $10 by allowing me to use their website on my resume/CV and replying to companies for me (Just sending them a generic reply that I will write for you).

    I will pay you once you have provided proof that you have wrote them a reply back and will pay a further $5 for each additional company that writes to you.

    Almost no work for you, easy money :)

    Thank you guys!
     
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    SkyrocketSEO Jr. VIP Jr. VIP Premium Member

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    sam3724 Jr. VIP Jr. VIP

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    Let's see who falls into this :p
     
  4. oscilay

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    I clicked. Where is the money?
     
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    M4XW3LL Jr. VIP Jr. VIP

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    Are you wanting to buy niche ideas for $10?

    Search for aldrey, he'll give you a keyword for $8.
     
  6. Cheeky92

    Cheeky92 Junior Member

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    Ah, I've realised how sketchy this sounds.

    Unfortunately I'm not looking to steal anyone's niche or whatever, I genuinely need to get my foot in the door at an agency but it's almost impossible. My websites have all been either hosting games or embedding movies, not ideal for getting job interviews.

    Anyway, I do appreciate how this sounds, but ultimately if I don't pay you - you can just inform all of the companies that I in fact did not do the SEO... I will pay anybody who helps me, I really just need to get myself a job.
     
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    Asif WILSON Khan Executive VIP Jr. VIP

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    OP, no site owner is going to damage their reputation for the sake of $10 and providing you with a reference.
    Why not actually create a portfolio and apply for a job legitimately?
     
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  8. wisdomkid

    wisdomkid Elite Member

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    Why not built sites, better still, purchase high PR domains, like 5 of them, buy articles and use separate names to register/host them. You can kick up your business from here.

    Hope this helps you.
     
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  9. Cheeky92

    Cheeky92 Junior Member

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    It wouldn't necessarily damage their reputation though, for some websites yes maybe. With regards to getting a job legitimately, I want a junior role and they don't want much experience. My experience is all based on my own website (always using blackhat methods) and I'm not good enough to sell my skills yet... I just need to get to interview, if I can manage that I'll easily get a junior job.
     
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    I've a website just lying there.. May be not fully SEO optimized as you expect but its average.
    If that helps, let me know.

    No, I don't need money !
     
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    Why would the prospective employer care if you were working on your own sites compared to a 3rd party?
     
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  12. Cheeky92

    Cheeky92 Junior Member

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    The websites that I still currently run are all game hosting (locked with surveys) and movie streaming sites so they might not like the fact that I'm willing to run sites like these. Plus, the methods I used to rank them are almost exclusively blackhat using tools, I'm assuming SEO roles generally try to maintain natural link profiles using whitehat methods only?
     
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    Why dont you offer to do the SEO on somebodies local business site
    Keep a record of what you do
    Look for an easy to ranks niche,
    Find somebody on page 3 with a decent looking site. and eplain to him that your are
    attempting to build a portfolio, and having real clients who can vouch for you
    is what your trying to achieve.
    Forget about working for an SEO company, make your own one
     
  14. Y dot S

    Y dot S Newbie

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    LOL all this talk about niche stealing... let me give you abit of advice: it doesn't matter so much the niche as your effort to master/dominate that niche. ;) :D