Best High PR Link Network? Opinions and Prices

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I want to compare available High PR Networks. What are the ones that you guys use and recommend? I'm looking at both:

- Effectiveness (results)
- Price per link
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  • Profile picture of the author Brendan Mace
    Some guy did a pretty comprehensive backlink test a little while ago. It had Articleranks, Traffic Kaboom, UAW and a couple of other mainstream private networks <---- weird oxymoron

    Anyways, the UAW network won for quantity of links and traffic. But Traffic Kaboom won for the number of High Pr backlinks. I think articleranks was ok.

    Unfortunately, BMR wasn't part of the test. It would have been interesting to see Traffic Kaboom vs BMR. But if you're going for effectivenss, then I would highly recommend BMR or Traffic Kaboom.

    If you're going for quantity of links and traffic, then no network compares to UAW.
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  • Profile picture of the author AllyChurch
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    The best in my opinion is to create your own! BMR, ALN etc. are all waay saturated now

    I'm currently using seojuice.net as they have a pretty awesome high PR network which is actually private This they start from $50

    But once I finish my own private network I will be utilizing that too!
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  • Profile picture of the author Goath
    I started using BMR (first 10 links are free) and they have probably too much customers, because they keep rejecting my websites & posts.

    I don't like that kind of bitchy websites.
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    • Profile picture of the author retsced
      Originally Posted by Goath View Post

      I started using BMR (first 10 links are free) and they have probably too much customers, because they keep rejecting my websites & posts.

      I don't like that kind of bitchy websites.
      Well i prefer those kind of bitchy websites, rather than the other crappy networks that accept complete junk :confused: jUST SAYING!
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    • Originally Posted by Goath View Post

      I started using BMR (first 10 links are free) and they have probably too much customers, because they keep rejecting my websites & posts.

      I don't like that kind of bitchy websites.
      The thing with BMR, is that your articles have to be 100% correctly grammatically. This is how they ensure they remain a high quality network.

      If english is not your first language, it will be really tricky to get articles accepted.

      For me though, BMR works great. It's about $59 a month, but for that price you could technically submit 300 links x 5 domains if you have the time, so that would give you 1,500 high PR links a month.

      If you want more domains, it goes up a bit in price.
      Overall, I swear by BMR.
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  • Profile picture of the author Goath
    I'm not that kind of guy to listen to, so don't start a discussion with me, because you are going to win.

    I want to mention that I wrote my own website in my own words, but yes, of course, my website is made for Adsense you pricks..

    DENIED. WHY? MADE FOR ADSENSE.

    I'm not making a site to NOT make money from it. Are they out of their minds?

    They are tending to be the bitch of Google..

    We love our customers (Google: we love our visitors), we want to protect them for bad websites blablabla

    I am using Unique Article wizard.. they accept almost everything, and they also work for me...
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    • Profile picture of the author bitriot
      Originally Posted by Goath View Post

      I'm not that kind of guy to listen to, so don't start a discussion with me, because you are going to win.

      I want to mention that I wrote my own website in my own words, but yes, of course, my website is made for Adsense you pricks..

      DENIED. WHY? MADE FOR ADSENSE.

      I'm not making a site to NOT make money from it. Are they out of their minds?

      They are tending to be the bitch of Google..

      We love our customers (Google: we love our visitors), we want to protect them for bad websites blablabla

      I am using Unique Article wizard.. they accept almost everything, and they also work for me...
      Come off it dude - I have run plent of MFA sites through BMR. Their requirements are basically, don't submit garbage sites. It isn't difficult.
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    • Profile picture of the author MikeFriedman
      Originally Posted by Goath View Post

      I'm not that kind of guy to listen to, so don't start a discussion with me, because you are going to win.

      I want to mention that I wrote my own website in my own words, but yes, of course, my website is made for Adsense you pricks..

      DENIED. WHY? MADE FOR ADSENSE.

      I'm not making a site to NOT make money from it. Are they out of their minds?

      They are tending to be the bitch of Google..

      We love our customers (Google: we love our visitors), we want to protect them for bad websites blablabla

      I am using Unique Article wizard.. they accept almost everything, and they also work for me...
      I have heard of them rejecting posts, but yours is the first website I have heard of them rejecting.

      Personally, I'm glad they are so picky. To be honest, I wish they were more picky. I've inspected some of their network and they do let some stuff through that I wish they wouldn't, but they are probably as strict as any network right now.
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    • Profile picture of the author jdooley13
      Originally Posted by Goath View Post

      I'm not that kind of guy to listen to, so don't start a discussion with me, because you are going to win.

      I want to mention that I wrote my own website in my own words, but yes, of course, my website is made for Adsense you pricks..
      Really!!??
      It's no wonder they rejected your site and your posts.
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  • Profile picture of the author The Expert
    The head-to-head comparison previously mentioned can be found here: Blog Network Roundup Review - Which Blog Network is the Best? | IM Impact
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  • Profile picture of the author RevSEO
    Kinda depends on what you are looking for. It seems there are a lot
    of discussions about blog networks. My recommendation would to be
    also take a look at homepage link services. Heck, you don't even have
    to check out the service in my sig, there are a ton of others on here as
    well.

    When looking for a homepage link service, make sure that they have
    setup their networks as best as possible. I've run into a lot of networks
    that use one, or two IPs for the WHOLE network. Bad call. I've seen
    others that use rehashed, spun content. Also a very very bad call. I've
    seen whole networks deindexed because of spun, garbage content. Some
    networks even steal content, and then slam your link inside. Another bad
    sign.

    Also make sure the links STAY on the homepage, I've seen homepage link
    services masqueraded as such, but in reality are only blog networks. Its
    disappointing that not even the owners know the difference between the two.

    Blog networks work well, but most aren't fully automated and require you to
    create the content and/or pay someone else. That gets expensive, fast,
    especially for a service in which your blog posts get pushed further and further
    back in the archives which in turn is away from all that linkjuice and PageRank.
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  • Profile picture of the author Nero Arcnumé
    I'm interested in trying out a blog network in the future for some of my sites that I'm currently working on. The only thing is, the websites are in Dutch and I'd like the posts on the blog network to be as well.

    Is there a decent network out there that accepts Dutch (or foreign language in general) posts? Or if that's not possible, English posts linking to Dutch language sites? I'd like to try BMR but based on what's posted here, I assume they don't accept non-English posts and probably don't accept non-English sites either.
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  • Profile picture of the author GGpaul
    BMR is awesome. I just got it and they're accepting everything. I'm glad that I love to write . Just stay positive and be consistent.
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  • Profile picture of the author Goath
    Finally, they accepted my website today. It was just a mistake (they told me). My first posts are pushed in their blog networks. I will check it out.

    I never read that they limit you to build 300 links per domain. Is that true? I thought it was limitless.
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    • Profile picture of the author razorhound
      Originally Posted by Goath View Post

      Finally, they accepted my website today. It was just a mistake (they told me). My first posts are pushed in their blog networks. I will check it out.

      I never read that they limit you to build 300 links per domain. Is that true? I thought it was limitless.
      It's 10 links per day per domain, you can have unlimited links in the long run.
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  • Profile picture of the author satrap
    I second those how recommend BMR. I have been using them for a while and have been seeing great results.

    I just started using HighPrSocity and I am testing it with one keyword to see how it goes.
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  • Profile picture of the author lisadan1
    Originally Posted by Daniel7rusu View Post

    I want to compare available High PR Networks. What are the ones that you guys use and recommend? I'm looking at both:

    - Effectiveness (results)
    - Price per link
    As i am using backlinksindexer and i am very satisfied with its service. You can also use it for effective result and economic price.
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  • Profile picture of the author odysseus
    Well, let's get real here, guys... BMR's advertising is a bit deceptive. The backlinks you'll get from BMR don't really have PR.

    More precisely, your link is momentarily put on a homepage with PR. But by the time it's indexed by google it's off the page - or close to off the page - and placed on a page with absolutely zero PR... the same crappy backlink you'd get from Unique Article Wizard.

    To BMR's credit, every article I've submitted to them has been indexed by google.

    With UAW you write one 300 word article and it's sent out to lots of blogs and article directories. Many of these do not get indexed by google. But you do end up with a handful of PR n/a backlinks. With BMR, a 150 word article earns you one PR n/a backlink.

    Why is BMR superior to UAW?
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