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Old 03-14-2012, 05:58 AM   #151
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as of yesterday, all 3 sites I've put into the system are tanking BADLY!

to the extent that I'm starting to think that Google is not only discounting the links from the SEO link-monster network, but also punishing my sites for getting backlinks from the network.

of course I can't be 100% certain that it's SEO link monster, but let me put it this way:

I put 3 sites in, keep all other backlinking the same, and ONLY the sites that are getting SEO link monster backlinks are going down big time.

I'm not a happy puppy

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I hate leaving negative reviews of services on here, but I feel like I need to let everyone know what's going on with SEO Link Monster for me right now.

Yes, the sites in the network are mostly PR0 (which has been explained away as the Godaddy parking curse), but that's not even the biggest problem right now.

I signed up for SEO Link Monster from day one, and have now seen a startling trend. Not only are my article pages being deindexed, but entire sites within the SEO Link Monster network.

I checked all 240+ sites with scrapebox and then couldn't believe that almost EVERY article page was deindexed so I checked them manually and saw every site that I checked was deindexed in Google.

Looks like quality control was not exactly a top priority for this network, and it's showing. I have lost any rankings that I had from this service and must call it a bust at the moment, which is a shame because I really wanted to add this service into my arsenal. But for the extra $147 a month, there are MUCH better options, and no I'm not selling anything.

I hope they get things straightened out, but when sites start getting deindexed like this it can take a LONG time to recover and start over again.
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Old 03-14-2012, 09:02 AM   #152
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Veit - I'm experiencing the same dang thing. I am not happy. Apparently the sites that have been discovered by G have been deindexed. Those of us with links on those sites have been sent message through G - webmaster tools.

I write valuable copy - not garbage and my rankings have tanked for those sites that I was using this to publish articles.

This wasn't my only link source - of course.

But I'm not happy at all - I've deleted all the articles I had in there so that they stop posting.

I've read in various forums that SEO L M has been continuing to post to deindexed sites which further compounds the situation.

Their position is do nothing. Stay the course - not for me. I'm outta there.
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Old 03-14-2012, 09:33 AM   #153
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as of yesterday, 3 sites I've put into the system are tanking!
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Veit, heck if this were the case for me, I'd remain a member and go nuts adding all of my competitors sites into the system. If there were a service to do this, I'd pay big bucks to reduce the rankings of my competitors. When their rankings go down, mine would go up naturally. But if it were that easy, I think everyone would be doing it... And that would totally skew all of google's search results, which they obviously wouldn't like.

So I doubt it's as simple as that. But who knows
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Old 03-15-2012, 07:17 PM   #154
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Lol I love the comment "hard niches that there is no way to rank without using blognetworks" The Callen brothers have obvoiusly never looked at the niches like finance or insurance where the serps are dominated by banks and finance companies or authority sites like the "money super market".

I'd love you to show me an example of a site in the top tens serps using blog networks for links...

I am willing to bet the top ranked sites have

1, Editorial processed links from decent directories even if you have to pay for the review.

2, Links from relevant sites in the niche with an editorial not automatically accepted process. (yes even blog commenting still works if they are not automatically accepted and the sites are relevant.

3, People who interact with and share the site on social media type sites because they are users or fans of their service.

4, Some sort of sydnication of their content such as pdfs with real information of value not one page articles with a backlink to their site...

5, Social media profiles that have not just opened up to bookmark one site post one video etc etc. For example have the time limits extended on their videos they submit to youtube. Have several posts built up over time on the web sharing networks (commonly wrongly referred to as web 2.0 by many)

6, Authors that have a history of writing content online that gets shared and interacted with...

None of these things I believe are very important factors in ranking are answered by any type of auto accept network or site and if that is where your linking efforts are mainly going too then your on your way to a fall...

Hey love you to prove me wrong

But most people who know anything worth while knowing about seo learned a long time ago if your building links with no editorial process your on the road to disaster...

People save your money put it into getting great content that other webmasters with great content would want to share or let you post to their sites. A few of these type links will do far more for your site than thousands of spun generic reading type crap people use to try and short cut their way to better seo rankings.

Then again in posting this probably will open up a debate from all the people who will say but hey this network ranked me... for this kw etc etc..

There are other factors involved in rankings like the interaction that users have with your site. There is also a honey moon period for new sites and or pages so they get a chance to get some traffic so the search engines can evaluate this interaction...
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Old 03-23-2012, 08:27 PM   #155
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Can't believe they are still taking customers?
At least BuildMyRank showed real class, kept their customers
informed and did the right thing.
Just goes to show some people are just interested in the money
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Old 05-13-2012, 11:33 PM   #156
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From what I understand SEO Link Monster closed their doors for a while, but they are now back in business. Is anyone still using this service after Google massacred so many sites that were using blog networks like SEO Link Monster?
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Old 05-14-2012, 02:29 AM   #157
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Hello!

It does look promising. Though I haven't heard many people say so. But for me, I think it's useful in helping you to fine tune anchor text diversity and focus, but most importantly to get a lot of links for a domain from various C-class IP domains. It will be work a try.

Best of Luck!
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Old 05-23-2012, 02:04 PM   #158
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It was a complete fail for me but maybe it got better. I was one of the first to signup with the early signup offer
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How's the link monster doing? any good news of having benefits presently? is it still working?
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i don't try this but now i m try this for my website
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Old 08-10-2012, 07:16 AM   #161
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Quit looking for shortcuts. This type of network doesn't work anymore. However I do know of a course you can get for around $97 that teaches you to build your own private network, which CAN work if you do it right. And keep it to yourself.
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Old 08-17-2012, 08:10 PM   #162
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What happen to SEOLM? R.I.P?? can't log in all day today... any idea? anyone?
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Old 08-19-2012, 05:56 AM   #163
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I'm curious, when was the last time your logged in? I thought it's been closed for months.
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Old 08-23-2012, 12:46 PM   #164
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It's still for sale with a very compelling sales video to tempt you SEO Link Monster - Best Link building service | #1 SEO Service | Build one way links to Increase Google Rankings
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Old 08-26-2012, 12:29 AM   #165
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Brad Callen is among the best when it comes to Internet Marketers who not only create good products but are also ethical in their business practices. I have purchased several of his products and belonged to a few of his memberships sites and all live up to their promised potential.
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Quit looking for shortcuts. This type of network doesn't work anymore. However I do know of a course you can get for around $97 that teaches you to build your own private network, which CAN work if you do it right. And keep it to yourself.
Hi what is this network system all about and is it still working today can you point me into the right direction for it
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Just watched a video for this SEO L M and almost jumped in. Then did the "see what others are saying search and here I am. Guess I'm glad I waited.
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