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The SEO services in Fiverr leaves FOOTPRINT??
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  • Profile picture of the author Pedro Ferreira
    What services are you using?

    As long as you diversify your backlink sources, anchor text, etc. You should be good.
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  • Profile picture of the author Manuel Aguirre
    i use bookmarks & linkwheels..?

    Thanks buddy!
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    • Profile picture of the author Pedro Ferreira
      Bookmarks are good specially for a quick boost. I prefer web 2.0 pyramids over linkwheels, but that's just me. You can do wiki backlinks, blog network submissions, article submissions, etc. Just keep diversifying.
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  • Profile picture of the author Manuel Aguirre
    Thanksss buddy!!!
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  • Profile picture of the author Hossain
    Originally Posted by Manuel Aguirre View Post

    The SEO services in Fiverr leaves FOOTPRINT??

    I red another thread saying this type of crap some days ago. How a fiverr gig can leave footprints? Are you indicating about same usernames, emails etc.? Probably in this way fiverr gigs leaving footprints and you are paying just 5 so cant expect very good services within that kind of cheap rate.
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  • Profile picture of the author JSProjects
    The gig itself is not going to leave a footprint. I've read through that thread as well and it STILL makes very little sense.

    However, the SERVICES provided in the gig may leave a footprint. Just depends on what they're doing.
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    • Profile picture of the author Manuel Aguirre
      Originally Posted by JSProjects View Post

      The gig itself is not going to leave a footprint. I've read through that thread as well and it STILL makes very little sense.

      However, the SERVICES provided in the gig may leave a footprint. Just depends on what they're doing.
      ohh really??
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  • Profile picture of the author guest
    Of course fiverr gigs are going to leave footprints!

    If "BOB" submits your site, and 10,000 other peoples sites who also purchased a gig to the same 1000 directories -- google could easily just blacklist the links in the directories. Just like they did with build-my-rank.

    Even if you use 100 fiverr sellers - each offering 100 backlinks. Someone from google would just have to sign up and take a gig from each one - see where they posted the links - and then backlist all links from them sites as selling links.

    It is impossible to buy links and not see "footprints" when you are using a service.
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    • Profile picture of the author JSProjects
      Originally Posted by guest View Post

      Of course fiverr gigs are going to leave footprints!

      If "BOB" submits your site, and 10,000 other peoples sites who also purchased a gig to the same 1000 directories -- google could easily just blacklist the links in the directories. Just like they did with build-my-rank.

      Even if you use 100 fiverr sellers - each offering 100 backlinks. Someone from google would just have to sign up and take a gig from each one - see where they posted the links - and then backlist all links from them sites as selling links.

      It is impossible to buy links and not see "footprints" when you are using a service.
      True, but it's not the gig itself. (Which is what someone was claiming a week or so ago. Still makes no sense to me.) The services provided? Definitely.
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