What Would You Pay For DA 85 Link?

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  1. hispdcha

    hispdcha Regular Member

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    I found a blog that has a DA of 85 with a PR of 6 and an Alexa rank of 3,800 or so. What would you pay for a link? The blog will be posted on the front page for about a week and then featured on the home page sidebar for a month after which it will fall off the home page.

    Thanks for any input.
     
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    How do you mean you found a blog? You have access, you bought it or someone offered this to you?
     
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    I am buying the link, this is not my blog, so please don't ask for a link. I don't offer services here. I was offered the link from a guy I know in the SEO business. But I don't really know what type of pricing would be reasonable for this link.
     
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    Is it in your niche? Is it aged with the same content for at least 5 years? Has it never been spammed with garbage content? Is it a .com domain? Does it have a quality backlink profile?

    If you are answering all yes' then it could be more valuable than 50 so-so PNB links you'll find around here. Price, however is only relevant to what value you can get from it. If you can only make $5/month from it then why bother? But if you can make $2000/month then it's worth thousands.