Discussion in 'Black Hat SEO' started by olgart, Mar 24, 2013.
as in the title.
yes - by "go to the top" I mean SERP.
just add traffic on fiverr profile link
To the top of what, OP? You mean the SERPs? (edit: I was being sarcastic)
Forget about using Fiverr unless you already know what you're doing.
fiver services mostly (let's say 95%) will harm your sites.
try the following from fiverr.
500-600 bookmarks from high PR sites
80-100 contextual links from high PR web2.0 sites
50-100 edu profile links from high PR edu sites
50-100 profiles links from high PR sites
1 Press release service that writes publishes to a major service,
1 youtube creation and submission service.
1 service that gives you diversified social links like facebook shares and twitter retweets.
50-100 high PR private blog links
50-100 high PR wiki links
30 docshare links
40k blog comments blast
18k wiki links blast
5-10k forum profile blast
10k bookmark blast
Just keep the anchor text diversified including generic anchor texts and space out your gig orders over a period of 1 week to 15 days. Also, it will be best if you can provide multilevel spun content to the gig providers as most of them are still living in the world of simple word/phrase level spinning. Selecting the provider for each of the above gig is not very difficult based on the feedback. If you are short on cash, you can go for fewer gigs at both the tiers to begin with.
Believe it or not, not every knucklehead on Fiverr is buying a 50K AA SB blast.
Fiverr used smartly can be extremely helpful. I don't have the time to run some of these SEO tools, so outsourcing to Fiverr can be very useful, if used properly. That means using it as your Tier-2, unless you're buying one of those 25 manual blog comment gigs or something else like that.
what can be expected with $5 ?
I don't like Fiverr, I've buy some gigs from Dino_stark and crork service. for dino_stark I don't Know what he did. many links dead, he use same links so such as spam, that makes me amazed he get 0 negative reviews. Like MotherF**k gigs
I prefer BST,
Dino's gig should be offered as negseo gig. i read all the time that his customers get penalized. conclusion: dont stick to the reviews on fiverr
Guest posts from authority sites. Tons of fiverr sellers are not aware of their site's worth.
No mention of how competitive the niche,if you've done anything,c'mon get real.As for the word blast,well it is one way NOT to rank,3 years ago,it was the only way today is very different.I suggest you read the forums thoroughly first,invest in some seo tools,learn them then you can do linking to proper way.
Don't have cash,there are a ton of web 2.0's out there,build them as you would a real site and you'll get some sweet linkjuice flowing.The keyword in 2013 is dripfeed.
I wouldn't use any fiverr gigs unless they offer dripfeeding,most don't.
It's time to get real,if the niche is so low comp a fiverr gig "gets you to the top" you wouldn't need links anyway.I seriously hope you didn't think by buying a couple of fiverr gigs you could waltz to the top of the serps,then we move onto site seo,you have much to learn.
Just like any seo tool, a fiverr gig in itself is not good or bad. Its how you use it. You can have a look at every thread in BST section and can map it to a bunch of equivalent services on fiverr. In 90% of the cases, a 200$ service in BST will cost you 100$ in fiverr. Of course, you will spend extra time ordering each one of them. But if you can spend some time filtering, fiverr gigs can be used effectively on any competition keywords. Of course, more the competition, more gigs you need to order. And as I said in the previous post, unique(multilevel spun) content will make the same gig many times more powerful.
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