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Paid linkbuilding services - what do you use?

10:38 pm on Sep 24, 2008 (gmt 0)

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What paid link building services (blog reviews, social bookmarking, article submissions etc etc) have you used and what was your exeprience? I'm referring to sites like blogsvertise (which I've used and liked) and submitedge...it would be good to get a list together of what's available out there.
9:09 pm on Oct 13, 2008 (gmt 0)

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I tried reviews from Payperpost, Reviewme, Sponsoredposts -

Costly and time consuming since we had to really dig into sites, but it worked well for some time.

The only problem was they were costly.
Using a cheaper service now with better results.

Article submission - didn't really work for me, after a year of submitting articles to thousands of directories, nothing changed.

Paid Directories - only a handful are good, rest are useless, anyway google has downgraded them now.

As for paid links, need to spend a lot of time searching for someone who can provide good links, many have stopped those after google came down on many sites which sell / buy links.

Social bookmarking, it's very limited but if done properly can be effective.

1:14 am on Oct 14, 2008 (gmt 0)

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there's a world of difference between paid link building and automated link building, which is kind of what I think you're beating around about :).

the top tier SEO folks who sell their services i think likely have methods for finding links rather than a laundry list of places to buy links. That's different than buying links where you get the same 200 backlinks everyone else does.

For example, some of the services you mention - just buying 200 of those links? Or sifting through and finding the right 200? A world of difference in results to your rankings - now and in the future IMO.

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There are many paid link brokers but creations of lists have consistently been an invitation for site promotion and spam. :)

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