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|Should I buy a guest post or bet on a horserace?|
I just got a pitch this morning from an outfit that was offering guest posts on blogs ("PR1+") for--drumroll--two dollars each.
Next thing you know, guest posts will be on the McDonald's dollar menu.
WOW -- It used to be free to tank my own site, now it's $2 a post to do it? And they say there's not inflation -- If that's not inflation, idk what is...
One has to make sure that they are high quality blogs and that the guest posts are at least 500 words in length! #irony
I've always preferred the horse race.
Kentucky Derby coming up in a couple weeks too
Perhaps business is slow so they are having a sale...
I don't doubt these people are e-mailing everyone, including Google, highlighting their details and making them a target.
$2 is hardly worth a punt on the horses, but go for it anyway! ;)
Where's the outfit located? Bangladesh? $2 would barely even cover the expenses of adding, uploading and archiving the content.
|I just got a pitch this morning... |
What kind of odds are they giving you?
It's not for your site...it's the "negative seo" fire sale :)
|Where's the outfit located? Bangladesh? $2 would barely even cover the expenses of adding, uploading and archiving the content. |
Your guess wasn't too far off, continentally speaking. The e-mail was from a UK domain, but the sender IP was in New Delhi.
Still have $2 bets, but most of those never pay off...
And Matt Cutts has already spoken. :)
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