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  1. b2mcd

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    It's been about a month and a half now since I first tested this service, so I figured it's time for a review. The site I'm working on is an authority site in progress, so I'm trying to keep everything as clean as possible. After communicating with Tom, I decided that I can trust him to help me grow this thing.

    So I submitted my first order in the last week of February, and the order was marked complete on March 2nd. I paid for probably one of the best sites that Tom had on his network at the time, so I anxiously waited to see how SERPs and traffic would be affected- if at all.

    To my surprise, a couple of weeks ago I noticed an exponential increase in organic traffic, and I can't even make this up. Granted, I've also been buying high quality guest post links here and there, but I'm confident that Tom's PBN had something to do with the positive gains. For this reason, I placed my second order a couple of days ago and I continue to add new content to my site.

    Here's a picture of my traffic from March 2nd to now. As you can see, there's an upward trend.
    traffic screen 03:02-now.png

    I'm not saying that you will have the same results as me, but this is a good service. You don't need to blast hundreds of PBNs at your sites to get them to rank. A link or two every so often on a monthly subscription like this will do the job. Thanks, Tom, I look forward to strengthening our business relationship.
     
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  2. splishsplash

    splishsplash Jr. VIP Jr. VIP

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    Just Added: 8 new MONSTER domains to the network. You've never seen anything like these before even on a private network.

    I'm getting told I'm crazy for using these as pbns. They should be money sites. (This is great sounding marketing, right? But I swear to god, I was told exactly this in a Skype chat with one of my buddies who I showed these to!)

    Think I'm joking? Take a look at some of the stats and backlinks here.


    Marketing-02

    DA42, DR71, 709 RDs.

    Impressive, right? But as I'm always preaching, metrics mean nothing. RDs also mean nothing by themselves. You get 700 RD sites full of directory/forum links.

    So here's what makes this one a monster.

    Links from...

    adobe.com
    en.wikipedia.org
    godaddy.com
    addthis.com
    forbes.com
    smallbusiness.yahoo.com
    globo.com
    livestream.com
    zdnet.com
    eater.com
    thomsonretuers.com
    wikibooks.org
    searchenginejournal.com
    wordstream.com
    socialmediatoday.com
    cnblogs.com
    sproutssocial.com
    yotpo.com
    thryv.com
    contentmarketinginstitute.com
    thedrum.com
    informationweek.com
    gigaom.com
    blubrry.com
    lifehack.org
    cision.com
    macrumors.com
    contently.com
    + many many more.


    PHEW. I had to stop when I reached DR84 after sorting the backlinks by DR.

    Also, these are ALL contextual. I don't list profile type links. They are all blog articles.


    Tech-11

    DA44, DR33 and 914 RDs.

    springer.com
    cnet.com
    entrepreneur.com
    globo.com
    wired.com
    pcmag.com
    csdn.net
    lifehacker.com
    idnes.cz
    thenextweb.com
    zdnet.com
    wikibooks.org
    slashdot.org
    cnblogs.com
    nu.nl
    nrk.no
    informationweek.com
    gigaom.com
    macworld.com
    codeproject.com
    thomasnet.com
    darkreading.com
    allthingsd.com
    oschina.net
    vesti.ru
    informit.com
    berklee.edu
    geek.com
    computerworld.com.au
    plus many many more. too many to list. above are all the contextual dr80+'s only


    Tech-09

    DA49, DR22 and 604 RDs

    engadget.com
    gizmodo.com
    venturebeat.com
    android.stackexchange.com
    mynewsdesk.com
    dictionnaire.sensagent.leparisien.fr
    slashdot.org
    gigaom.com
    ibtimes.com
    startpagina.nl
    bleepingcomputer.com
    infoq.com
    thriveglobal.com
    problogger.com
    makezine.com
    ifixit.com
    androidpolice.com
    slashgear.com
    firstpost.com
    appadvice.com
    geek.com
    techspot.com
    trendhunter.com
    yankodesign.com
    gizmodo.com.au
    computerworld.dk

    Tech-14

    DA40, DR22 and 596 RDs

    en.wikipedia.org
    reddit.com
    ru.wikipedia.org
    springer.com
    change.org
    ja.wikipedia.org
    dozens of other wikipedia.orgs, too many to list
    engadget.com
    gizmodo.com
    thenextweb.com
    zdnet.com
    css-tricks.com
    macrumors.com
    appleinsider.com
    wikiwand.com
    benzinga.com
    cultofmac.com
    ifixit.com
    appadvice.com
    zdnet.de
    realbusiness.co.uk
    computerworld.com.au
    macstories.net
    osnews.com

    Tech-12

    DA42, DR23 and 251 RDs

    theverge.com
    rollingstone.com
    gizmodo.com
    macworld.com
    tech.ihned.cz
    newegg.com
    it.chosun.com
    slashgear.com
    itproportal.com
    trendhunter.com
    ubergizmo.com
    hvg.hu
    gizmodo.com.au
    yankodesign.com
    hipertextual.com
    gizmodo.co.uk
    edn.com
    bnext.com.tw
    pcworld.idg.com.au
    iculture.nl
    packagingoftheworld.com
    the-gadgeteer.com
    news.idg.no
    technabob.com
    gessato.com
    macitynet.it
    melty.fr
    hardwarezone.com.sg
    goodgearguide.com.au
    hardwarezone.com
    newsmaker.com.au
    www.sg
    pcworld.com.br


    Tech-13

    DA38, DR26 and 146 RDs

    This is a special one that's actually ranking for 2k keywords with 700 traffic. I was growing it as a money site but then decided to add it to the network when I realized how popular the high end domains are.

    en.wikipedia.org
    nytimes.com
    es.wikipedia.org
    nasa.gov
    esquire.com
    ucm.es
    carnegiescience.edu
    aerotechnews.com
    spaceref.com


    Health-02

    DA27, DR10 and 114 RDs

    Stats aren't quite as impressive, but some really solid links.

    globo.com
    gizmodo.com
    venturebeat.com
    research.ncl.ac.uk
    trendhunter.com
    gamesindustry.biz
    ubergizmo.com
    gizmodo.com.au
    hipertextual.com
    24.hu
    gizmodo.co.uk
    springwise.com
    peru21.pe
    blogs.edgehill.ac.uk
    boulderweekly.com
    healthcanal.com
    thetechjournal.com
    netskills.jiscinvolve.org




    Remember, guys..

    I strictly limit all my blogs to 10 OBL. This is why I actually have sold out of all my original pbns. I don't over-sell and never will. I'm sure many of you will realize this when I say to you "I've not got much left, but I'll be adding more soon" and you do in fact see there's almost nothing to buy.



    So the good news is, I do have stock NOW. It's first come first serve. I added these 5 hours ago and I've already sold almost half of them to existing clients.

    I've got about 15 applications from the past week to message and offer these to, but if you want a chance of getting them then apply NOW. I will respond to all applications tonight and tomorrow morning, and it's first come first serve. If you apply now, and you respond fast, you get the spots.

    https://wolfofblogstreet.com/wolf-network/apply/



    If you miss the boat this time, don't worry about it too much. This really isn't a scarcity sales tactic. It's just what happens when you have a strong low OBL network. I am adding more every month, and I'll have more available in 4-6 weeks, and generally from then new ones every 4 weeks, but apply, make contact and you have a better chance of getting some spots. Good luck!




     
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  3. Windmm

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    Tip for finding good PBN: The seller always writes fuking long replies.

    New order placed.
     
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  4. Kanye West

    Kanye West Registered Member

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    I'm interested in samples
     
  5. Holzr

    Holzr Jr. VIP Jr. VIP

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    Thought I'd give a quick update. It's been just over a month since I ordered originally, 9 links to homepage site is still relatively new ~6 months and asides from 1 guest post no other link building has been done apart from these PBNs. I'm pleasantly surprised. These PBNs pack a punch.

    The site is national that also focuses on local terms. Two pages including the homepage target a near me phrases which with all the long tails have 20,000+ searches per month at least. Link building began on March 14th and the last links was on April 7. Here's one of the main terms (~10,000 searches a month) I'm targeting on the homepage. SEMrush is showing ~#14 for this term.

    Inkedchart (3)_LI.jpg

    I was lucky to pick up some more links from the new batch of links that have just been announced, wow do these look strong! I can't wait to see where the site goes from here now.

    Tom has to be one of the best sellers I've had the pleasure of knowing. He takes his time to answer questions, provide great insight and offer advice. I'm looking forward to continuing doing business. Great links and a great seller. I'll likely do another update in a months time.
     
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  6. Robertas

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    Let's see how it goes. Order number 6121
     
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  7. uncas

    uncas Newbie

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    I've applied thru the link yesterday
     
  8. splishsplash

    splishsplash Jr. VIP Jr. VIP

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    Thanks for the update, Holz! Glad it's going well.

    Cheers.

    I approved you and messaged you on Skype but you never replied. Head on skype now and you'll see the messages. :)



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    Update on new spots

    Tech-11 is now sold out.

    Marketing-02 has 1 spot left.

    The rest have between 3 and 6 spots left.

    I've contacted everyone who's applied.

    Now's the time to apply and get on instantly. Once these are sold up it's waiting list time again.


    https://wolfofblogstreet.com/wolf-network/apply/


    and add me on skype: thomas.belfort.me for instant approval/denial.
     
  9. Robertas

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    Order marked as completed. Here is the keyword that I'm targeting.

    upload_2020-4-27_18-6-39.png

    Will be posting more data sometime later. Great communication from the seller. Cheers.
     
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  10. iachinn

    iachinn Newbie

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    Can i have your skype?
     
  11. splishsplash

    splishsplash Jr. VIP Jr. VIP

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    uncas Newbie

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    Ordered the services couple of days ago.
    Order Number: 6140

    Will be posting more data sometime later
     
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  13. uncas

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    Hi Robertas,

    I am wonder, which tool are you using to check the position ?
     
  14. unsungwarrior

    unsungwarrior Jr. VIP Jr. VIP

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    I am interested. Do you have any discounts? Hit me up please. I am gonna buy this for an agency.
     
  15. splishsplash

    splishsplash Jr. VIP Jr. VIP

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    Hey buddy,

    Head over to https://wolfofblogstreet.com/wolf-network/apply/ to apply then add me on skype: thomas.belfort.me

    I don't do any discounts though. I never will.

    The wolf network is a real, high level pbn. That isn't just some sales crap either. It's a combination of the absolute best domains, a low obl, unique IPs, great designs and money site quality native content. I would love to be able to just put together a cheap pbn and sell big packs of links and make huge profit like the old days, but it just doesn't work well anymore. The only kind of pbns that are consistently working these days are the high end ones done right and it's RIDICULOUSLY expensive.

    I'm only using high end godaddy auction domains, and I'm actually not even competing with other guys setting up pbns. I'm competing with people looking for money site domains. Very few people are bidding $150-$1000 on single pbns.

    I actually made the decision last week to lower my profit margins so I could get even better domains, because I just was not able to get enough of the good ones. So I halfed my profit margin which enabled me to double my bid price. This means, my $30/mo domains, rather than being $250-$350 auction price domains, are now $500-$700. To just break even I need to fill all 10 spots for about 3 months when you include design/content/hosting/setup/auction domain cost, then I need another 2 months to be able to reinvest, then from about month 5-6 I am in profit.

    So I will absolutely never be offering any discounts if people want to be able to spend $300/mo and instantly have a pbn that they would need to spend about $7k to setup.

    I'm doing something different here and it's going to grow slowly. Unfortunately people are used to paying $10-$20 for links.

    I could very easily go away and get a $79 drop-catch domain with 250 RDs and sell 100's of spots on it, where you're only on the homepage for a month and make about 15x ROI. It's hard to actually see by metrics and RDs the difference in quality in what I'm selling. You have to try to build your own private pbn and get good domains to realize the difference between the ones people are aggressively bidding on, vs the ones you can pick up cheap. There are 300 RD stuff that's less powerful than a good RD50.

    Also, here's an update on the new spots
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    Marketing-02 Sold out

    Tech-11 Sold out

    Tech-09 Sold out

    Tech-14 - 3 spots left

    Tech-12 - 2 spots left

    Tech-13 - 5 Spots Left

    Marketing-03 - 5 Spots left

    Health-02 - 7 Spots left



    I've got a whole range of new domains I've just got at auction the past week including some new niches.

    Real estate, business, entertainment, more tech, gaming, news, legal and health.

    Plus a new niche network I'm calling "Industrial", which is similar to Home Improvement, except it's more industrial and aimed more at contractors/service providers, and less the "home products" type stuff. Ie, plumbers, electricians, home repairs/maintenance type things.

    I age all my domains for 4 weeks, so these ones will be ready in about 5 weeks from now, but feel free to apply to get on the waiting list for them.

    I've got some others still in stock, like sports, business, auto, food & drink, music and travel.
     
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    Tom!

    Glad you're doing well. I have dealt with Tom in the past and was nothing but happy on each and every occasion.

    Many times he went out of his way to give me advice.

    I am going to need a spot on the legal one for around the time its ready. I am getting content set up as we speak.

    Couldn't have come at a more perfect time.
     
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    M0GUL Jr. VIP Jr. VIP

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    Can you help me rank as a featured snippet?
     
  18. splishsplash

    splishsplash Jr. VIP Jr. VIP

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    Featured snippets are less to do with links and more to do with your on-page, but you still need to be on page 1 to get the featured snippet.

    Head over to https://wolfofblogstreet.com/wolf-network/apply/ and apply and we'll have a chat. My skype is thomas.belfort.me after you've applied.
     
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    I just ordered, #6388 and #6396
     
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    Order placed #6498
     
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