Can I get opinions on Rank Pay?

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So i've been exchanging lots of emails back and forth with rankpay.com

Basically, you're locked into a 6 month contract.

If you want to backout of the contract at anytime, its a 200 dollar fee.

They charge you based on where you're ranking for the month.

Payout is based on the difficulty of the keyword.

I was thinking of trying it but thought i'd see if anyone had any experience with it first.

Their own homepage is a PR5 so...
#product reviews #opinions #pay #rank
  • Profile picture of the author symonds1984
    I would suggest you should try to get back-links through organic approach & stay remain on top search engines listing forever.
  • Profile picture of the author thatkeywordguy
    right ya i do that
    but i'd really like some hints on outsourcing this off to a reputable company

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