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Thoughts Warriors ?

Good or Bad for $59 a month?
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  • Profile picture of the author It Is Me
    Originally Posted by Mainze View Post

    Thoughts Warriors ?

    Good or Bad for $59 a month?
    It depends on your competition !!
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  • Profile picture of the author arnie19
    Thoughts Warriors ?

    Good or Bad for $59 a month?
    Good though for extra effort. But I rather go with linkvana. though expensive compared to it, the experienced I had using it for a long period of time up to now pays off.

    Tip: If you want to use that tool, create 100's of articles weekly.
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  • Profile picture of the author MaverickUK
    I use buildmyrank and have number one positions on Google based solely on using this tool to gather backlinks. The website is mostly a test domain to see if it could be done and at 3,600 exact match searches with medium competition it can't be bad!

    Purchasing BMR is by far the best thing I've done to date to help boost my rankings, it's a total steal and anyone telling you to not use it for whatever reason, do NOt have a clue what they are talking about.
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    • Profile picture of the author JB777
      Originally Posted by MaverickUK View Post

      I use buildmyrank and have number one positions on Google based solely on using this tool to gather backlinks. The website is mostly a test domain to see if it could be done and at 3,600 exact match searches with medium competition it can't be bad!

      Purchasing BMR is by far the best thing I've done to date to help boost my rankings, it's a total steal and anyone telling you to not use it for whatever reason, do NOt have a clue what they are talking about.
      Do you have a strategy before employing BMR or do you start building contextual links right away?
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    • Profile picture of the author sweetheater
      Originally Posted by MaverickUK View Post

      I use buildmyrank and have number one positions on Google based solely on using this tool to gather backlinks. The website is mostly a test domain to see if it could be done and at 3,600 exact match searches with medium competition it can't be bad!

      Purchasing BMR is by far the best thing I've done to date to help boost my rankings, it's a total steal and anyone telling you to not use it for whatever reason, do NOt have a clue what they are talking about.
      Can you give us some tips on how to use it effectively since you have a good experience in using BMR
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      • Profile picture of the author MaverickUK
        Originally Posted by JB777 View Post

        Do you have a strategy before employing BMR or do you start building contextual links right away?
        Originally Posted by sweetheater View Post

        Can you give us some tips on how to use it effectively since you have a good experience in using BMR
        I tend to build contextual backlinks straight away, along with article directory and link submission services and social bookmarking. You can quite happily rank a website on page one of Google using only BMR, however I prefer a diverse link profile.

        Employ this tactic yourself and you'll see great results, just make sure you're varying anchor text. I made the mistake of not varying the anchor text for one of my websites and I have a definite penalty.

        It's probably not terribly important but I don't build links too fast to new websites, I write around 5 BMr articles a day and set the post limit to 1-3 so this number of articles are distributed daily. It works for me, very well, too.
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    • Profile picture of the author arnie19
      Originally Posted by MaverickUK View Post

      I use buildmyrank and have number one positions on Google based solely on using this tool to gather backlinks. The website is mostly a test domain to see if it could be done and at 3,600 exact match searches with medium competition it can't be bad!

      Purchasing BMR is by far the best thing I've done to date to help boost my rankings, it's a total steal and anyone telling you to not use it for whatever reason, do NOt have a clue what they are talking about.
      I think It can also be used as a dirty tool for SEO. For your competitors. though this is just a guess..
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  • Profile picture of the author Kiril S
    It is hard to get contextual actual high PR backlinks these days. A blog network such as BuildMyRank is the perfect solution, as it'll provide you with necessary high quality backlinks to boost up your rankings.
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  • Profile picture of the author Mainze
    *Update*

    In the middle of a free trial at the moment, had 7 links posted 1 to PR4, 1 to PR3, 2 to PR2 and 3 to PR1. These links are posted to the homepage of the blogs until they roll off, and the links are not on permanent PR pages. From what I can see the service offered seems no better than other services that are free so far.
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  • Profile picture of the author virtualprincipal
    I used BMR for a couple of months and watched my authority weight loss site go from number 10 with 57 million competing pages to number 20. I had more success with several less competitive sites but overall I was disappointed in the results....
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    • Profile picture of the author Mainze
      Originally Posted by virtualprincipal View Post

      I used BMR for a couple of months and watched my authority weight loss site go from number 10 with 57 million competing pages to number 20. I had more success with several less competitive sites but overall I was disappointed in the results....
      I think considering the $59 a month cost of BMR I will stick with the Article Links Network.
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    • Profile picture of the author MaverickUK
      Originally Posted by virtualprincipal View Post

      I used BMR for a couple of months and watched my authority weight loss site go from number 10 with 57 million competing pages to number 20. I had more success with several less competitive sites but overall I was disappointed in the results....
      Assuming that the links from BMR is the reason behind the ranking loss is a little bit daft. At the very worst the links would be discounted, not negatively effect your rankings unless you're using the same anchor text or something equally as crazy.
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  • Profile picture of the author bhuff85
    Have had nothing short of great results using BMR in my arsenal. It's not the end all be all, but it is a great way to add good links to your backlink portfolio. Use it in moderation with other quality linking strategies and you'll be in good shape.
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  • Profile picture of the author 36burrows
    Key with BMR is consistency. Using it for a week won't give you a damn thing. I use BMR and it's one of the best ways to get contextual links with any anchor text you want.

    It will more than pay the $59 fee for itself if you actually put in the work and use it. If you only write 1-2 posts then forget it.
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    • Profile picture of the author Mainze
      Originally Posted by 36burrows View Post

      Key with BMR is consistency. Using it for a week won't give you a damn thing. I use BMR and it's one of the best ways to get contextual links with any anchor text you want.

      It will more than pay the $59 fee for itself if you actually put in the work and use it. If you only write 1-2 posts then forget it.
      I wrote 10 posts in a couple of days (which is all the trial allows), I wont expect to see any results short term obviously. What I am questioning is the cost for the links you receive. They are all to domain PR and not to direct page PR, if I was getting consistent links to PR 4/5/6 domains it might be worth extending a trial for a month. However most the domains are PR1/2 which you can obtain from numerous free resources....ergo as my last post it seems far too expensive.
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  • Profile picture of the author JoeMathias
    Been using buildmyrank for over a year now. This thing is great.

    I've also used SEOLinkVine alot, SEOLinkvineELITE, and 24 other blog networks. BMR is one of the best in my opinion.

    How to use it: purchase the outsourced articles. They seem to give preferential treatment to it, probably because they know 100% sure this is unique content and of good enough value.

    Check your links 3 months after purchasing them and you'll see the PR's increase.

    DOWNSIDE: You can't always find the URL of links they create because they search Google to find them and are not indexed. They need to give you the exact URL's then you could drive links to them and they'd get indexed and faster PR.
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  • Profile picture of the author Saiddon
    Originally Posted by Mainze View Post

    Thoughts Warriors ?

    Good or Bad for $59 a month?
    It's very good if you will make proper use of your monthly investment. Get the posts written and submit them on a consistent basis.

    Yes, your post that has your contextual link will eventually roll off the homepage. However, your post will be on the homepage for at least 5 days. The same cannot be said of other networks, especially the free networks, where your post normally does not stay on the homepage for more than 2 days.

    What's the use of building backlinks if they are not indexed by Google? BMR will bookmark your post with the web's top social bookmarking sites until it is indexed ensuring your link is indexed as well.
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  • Profile picture of the author Steven Smith
    BuildMyRank.com is one of the better services out there as far as link diversity and the quality of the websites it links to.

    One GOOD PR 3,4,5 link from BMR is better than 400 created by most other mass-back link builders.

    It ends up costing more unless you can write lots of 250+ word articles or have BMR write them for you.

    It's a quality tool and I couldn't recommend it highly enough. If you have a site that isn't "moving" use BuildMyRank and see what happens!

    Oh and unlike most of the software tools out there, your links wont disappear in three months when some blog or forum owner deletes your article because they suddenly decide they don't like it.
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    • Profile picture of the author ttkim
      I just started using it, and I like it.

      I've used it for some of my keywords with low competition. One of them got top 3 after a week or so. For keywords with higher competition though, I use BMR in tandem with other services.

      Most the BMR sites have been PR2, but they gave a few PR4-6 already.

      PR1: 4
      PR2: 17
      PR3: 5
      PR4: 3
      PR5: 1
      PR6: 1
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  • Profile picture of the author swym
    I am using it for few of my sites (1-6 months old) and I see increase in the ranking after 1-2 weeks.

    Distribution of PR I'm getting:
    PR1: around 30%
    PR2: around 33%
    PR3: around 30%
    PR4: around 5%
    PR5: around 2%

    They offer free trial which you can get 10 links from free.
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    • Profile picture of the author Joseph Michael
      VERY VERY VERY good.

      It's in my Link Building Recipes report as one of my main tools.

      Sure, there are some things I don't like about it, but it makes websites go higher up the SERPS in Google.

      I'm personally paying $159/month because I have near enough 50 sites running through it at the mo
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