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LordofSEO 17th August 2014 11:41 AM

WTB: Three specific High Authority Sites
 
At this time, I am looking for:

Digital Journal
The Epoch Times
Huffington Post (UK is fine)

Please do not PM me other offers. I need the best price possible for these sites if you can post quickly - 5 orders in queue for each right now (15 total). So factor that into your pricing.

Thanks.

Game Start 90 17th August 2014 12:45 PM

Re: WTB: Three specific High Authority Sites
 
HI,
I can post there, Come to inbox
Thanks...

cottonmouth 17th August 2014 08:27 PM

Re: WTB: Three specific High Authority Sites
 
Quote:

Originally Posted by LordofSEO (Post 9449565)
At this time, I am looking for:

Digital Journal
The Epoch Times
Huffington Post (UK is fine)

Please do not PM me other offers. I need the best price possible for these sites if you can post quickly - 5 orders in queue for each right now (15 total). So factor that into your pricing.

Thanks.

Hi,

I don't want to interfere but for sure you know that these sites are not meant to sell links and that Google will penalize your site if they learned your buying links from these sites, there is also a high risk of the accounts you're buying from to be banned so your links won't be permanent. So, how come more and more buyers are looking for such sites? After all, it'll only harm them in the long run. Just want to know why. I hope you don't mind me asking ;) Just want to hear your side as a buyer

LordofSEO 18th August 2014 05:29 AM

Re: WTB: Three specific High Authority Sites
 
Those that generally want sites of this nature are seeking TRAFFIC, not link power. Along with passing decent backlink juice, sites of this caliber increase your site's traffic if links are used judiciously.

I generally don't need keyword links - instead, I will connect two articles together (mine and one on a higher authority site), which essentially continues a 'story'. Then I will take the newly created article to article link and put both those into a new article and post it to another, and so forth...it's about creating resources, not backlinks.

BTW, the bigger sites are privy to bought links. (Besides, how many webmasters will run and tell Google, "Hey, this guy is buying links!")


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