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What Would a List of 100k, 250k, 500k, 1 Million Auto-Approve Blogs be Worth?

Discussion in 'BlackHat Lounge' started by crazyflx, Jun 27, 2010.

  1. crazyflx

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    I'm thinking about offering up those types of lists respectively for sale, and I'm not sure what they would be worth for potential buyers.

    Now, nobody say "they are worth what people pay for them" as that is obviously true...I'm looking for a general ballpark figure as to what most would find an acceptable amount to pay for lists of that size.

    Here are the specifics:

    I've got a list of just about 3k auto-approve blogs. The root domain of every single one has at least a Page*Rank of 1 or higher.

    I then went ahead and scraped every single blog post from every single domain. That has left me with well 2,000,000 UNIQUE blog posts (and counting, as I'm still scraping...I still have over 1,000 blogs left to scrape every blog post from...you do the math.)

    I plan on (when I'm finally finished scraping all the blogs posts) also checking the Page*Rank of each and every URL.

    What would lists of auto-approve blogs of that size be worth paying (with and without Page*Rank of individual posts)?
     
  2. Chronos

    Chronos Junior Member

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    I would sell for .005 a post (USD). A full million posts is $5,000. Don't just offer the list, but Xrumer (?) it for them and you may be in biz. Get an initial payment of the max backlinks they want, but if only 1/2 of them stick, then you give them back the other 1/2 so they "get what they pay for".
     
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  3. Spawn

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  4. Paranoid Android

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    0.005 is quite low. my suggestion is you sort it out. get their corresponding prs and offer them based on pr ranks. you can even mixed them with all other low pr sites like packages. blog commenting is usually at 10c per comment. so you i guess database should be half of its price or probably 35% of it.
     
  5. Chronos

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    .005 is quite low, but lets say someone wanted a full blast at 10 cents, do you think they would really pay $100,000 for a list? Let's say someone wants the lowest amount mentioned, 250,000, that's still $25,000. People will not buy his product if it's that high.

    Infact, Im sure theres people looking at this thread laughing saying to themselves, "Who the FUCK would pay $100,000-$25,000 for a URL list?"

    At least with my plan at .005, the price is reasonable and still very profitable. 250,000 for $1,250 up to 1,000,000 for $5,000. Even at this, 99.9% of people internet marketing wouldn't be able to afford it, and I'm sure the .1 percent that could, 99% of them aren't even interested.
     
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  6. JuicyBlack

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    ....(Thinking out loud: U've got urself a new stalker)
     
  7. SuperBlackHat

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    Man id really love to get my hands on such a list. Have you still not figured out a general price yet?