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Unread 11th Aug 2010, 03:19 AM   #1
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Hi Warriors,

Just came across a package called the BackLink Bonanza.

Does anybody here have any experience regarding that package?

Would like to know, as it claims to give you 7000+ PR4 and above sites where you can submit your site to build massive backlinks.

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Unread 11th Aug 2010, 10:13 AM   #2
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oh... forgot to mention the site name...

its BackLinksBonanza.com 7000+ BackLinks Ready for YOU!.


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never heard of it..
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I would be careful with all the backlink programs and other stuff you find when searching for ways to advertise. A lot of them really are not a good investment.

Something that was suggested to me about a year ago is to become a paid member ofm this forum and get access to The "War Room" - Private Discussions.

The strategies, programs, scripts, and services (including backlinks) you get for free once in there make the cost pennies on the dollar according to the value you get.

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The old but OH SO TRUE sayings: Caveat Emptor (Buyer Beware) and if it sounds to good to be true, it's too good to be true...

both sound advice for the majority of backlink services and programs.

If you have a muscle car and go from 0-60 in the fastest amount of time, that's a good thing. When you go from 0-7000 links in a few weeks or even a few months, your chances of getting "sandboxed" increases exponentially by Google and the other search engines.

Nothing beats doing it the right way - one RELEVANT link at a time done over a period of time - by YOU.

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I heard about it too and wanted to know if it was true. Sounds too good to be true.
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I personally never heard of it before.

I really think that you should focus more on PAID advertising to get the ball rolling and to start making sales.

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I just figured out why I had heard of it, because I bought it. I then forgot about it and just discovered I bought it when I was going thro Cickbank payments. I contacted them and have now received the down load. It does give you thousands of links, I thiught they did it for you but you just get a list and I guess you just need to work your way through the pile.
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I had bought the package a month ago, received thousands of links of PR 4-8 which you can down load and start linking responsibly

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For those of you who bought this, can you explain how backlinks from Moodle are any value, at all? From what I can tell, profile and blog posts are all only visible when you're logged in. So, Google never sees them, right?

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Originally Posted by Allen Lundy View Post

The old but OH SO TRUE sayings: Caveat Emptor (Buyer Beware) and if it sounds to good to be true, it's too good to be true...

both sound advice for the majority of backlink services and programs.

If you have a muscle car and go from 0-60 in the fastest amount of time, that's a good thing. When you go from 0-7000 links in a few weeks or even a few months, your chances of getting "sandboxed" increases exponentially by Google and the other search engines.

Nothing beats doing it the right way - one RELEVANT link at a time done over a period of time - by YOU.

Allen
Wow, this is stupid. If it was that easy to get sandboxed people would simply blast their competitors through xrumer and enjoy their first place till another competitor does the same. It's actually a lot harder to get penalized by search engines than you think, and the certain way to do that is change the website itself (for instance, stuff keywords, what I've did and got sandboxed). A lot of links gained instantly might not help with rankings that much, but won't certainly sandbox your site just like that.

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Not stupid at all. It actually happened to me. I did nothing else but use a link building service that gave me a huge amount of links all of a sudden. I went from PR 3 to 2 and nothing I did after that made it go back to 3.

In the case of anhilating your competitors there are plenty of online forensics techiques to find out who did something like that and yes it would be a hassle but you could prove it wasn't you - and hopefully hang your enemy out to dry at the same time, although a little more difficult.

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Wow, this is stupid.

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I too was looking for info on anyone who has used this.

It is certainly true that your site can get sandboxed for bad links. It happened to me with Penguin or Panda - not sure which and my site NEVER recovered. I was on p1 of google and now can't get to page 1 no matter what I do with that site. (and I've tried just about everything including adding content, on page seo and etc according to experts' advice)

As to this software a good source tells me it works but the main thing is to offer it as a bonus to people to build a list. However I would not want to build a list with something that doesn't work well so the main question is: DOES it work to build backlinks? Is it worth it as a tool to build backlinks with?

If it's just building forum profile links then I would say it's not worth much at all. Is that what it helps you do or does it help you build other more valuable links?

If you have used this please respond! It does sound like a good thing to offer as a free bonus to build a list IF it is a good software...

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