Best Place to Sell PR Links?

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So I have a few high PR websites, some are niche specific too, and I want to sell some links on them.

However, I've never really sold links on my PR networks before. What would you warriors suggest?

Right now I have 2 PR 3 websites I'm going to do this with (going sell 10 spots on each site), thinking around $15/month.

What would my fellow Warriors suggest to go about selling PR links? Any experience with this?
#links #place #sell
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  • Profile picture of the author writeaway
    Go to myblogguest and find people who have guest posts up for publication. Get their domain contact. Those people are obviously on the hunt for some quality backlinks.
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  • I agree, sell it to Digital Point. Black Hat World is also a good place.
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    • Profile picture of the author ContentWritingPhD
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      Those who are looking for quality PR links can be found in myblogguest so check it out. Take note of the domain contact of these people and sell your PR links. Black Hat World and Digital are good places too.

      Before you start selling though, think about it several times and decide if this is what you really want to do because there’s a possibility that Google will de-index your links if they find out about what you’re doing.
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    • Profile picture of the author ContentWritingPhD
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      Those who are looking for quality PR links can be found in myblogguest so check it out. Take note of the domain contact of these people and sell your PR links. Black Hat World and Digital are good places too.

      Before you start selling though, think about it several times and decide if this is what you really want to do because there's a possibility that Google will de-index your links if they find out about what you're doing.
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  • Profile picture of the author Alexa Smith
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    I can hardly believe that so many members are advising someone to sell backlinks.

    Originally Posted by GregtheWriter View Post

    I've never really sold links on my PR networks before. What would you warriors suggest?
    I'd suggest you don't start now, especially if you don't want Google to de-index them (which they surely will, if they discover you've been selling links. "Private blog networks" and similar stuff are being de-indexed all the time).

    Don't forget that the "linkjuice" of backlinks is determined mostly by quality and relevance of the site (to the page links to), and not so much by the ranks of the pages on which they appear.

    And that the linkjuice is in inverse proportion to the number of backlinks appearing on the page, too: links on pages with countless links have very little value to anyone.

    And that systems designed to manipulate Google's algorithms have never been much of a long-term business in the past, and very often end in tears, one way and another.

    Originally Posted by GregtheWriter View Post

    Right now I have 2 PR 3 websites
    Websites don't "have page ranks", Greg. Only pages have page ranks. Nobody but the greenest beginner wants to buy links on PR-0 pages of websites whose own home page happens to be PR-3. If their link is on the home page, that's a slightly different matter (but still pretty inadvisable for all the reasons mentioned above, among others).

    I have some sites with PR-5 home pages, and even a couple with PR-6 now (not that I check them very often because it has very little relevance to my SERP's rankings and even less to my income), and it would never occur to me to sell backlinks on them. I think a "strategic re-think" is your best way forward, here.
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  • Profile picture of the author derekwong28
    You will not be able to get $15 per link per month for a PR3 site with little traffic. In fact, you may have problem in getting $15 for a PR6 site on DP. Basically, the link market has almost collapsed ever Google undertook repeated campaigns against it. You should not sell links if traffic is not that important to you.
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    • Profile picture of the author play2win727
      Selling links is totally fine if you are not using the site as your money site. I sell links all the time and as long as you are not posting url's everywhere there will not be any problems. I would start on this forum and go from there.
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    • Profile picture of the author Mike Anthony
      Originally Posted by derekwong28 View Post

      Basically, the link market has almost collapsed ever Google undertook repeated campaigns against it. You should not sell links if traffic is not that important to you.
      Good night!

      Do people on the main board commenting on SEO even bother to do any research before making their claims.

      Buy backlinks


      I'd link to forums where they are for sale too but don't know the policy of linking to other forums

      Buying links is a widely used strategy and still very much alive for anyone who knows about SEO.
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  • Profile picture of the author singhsuresh
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    • Profile picture of the author mtfresco
      Go to digital point, v7n, black hat world or contact with your social networking circle
      But 15$ a month for PR2 PR3 you must be kidding
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    Digital Point or WickedFir.e
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  • Profile picture of the author attorneydavid
    Originally Posted by GregtheWriter View Post

    What would my fellow Warriors suggest to go about selling PR links? Any experience with this?
    A couple sites should pass under googles radar for manual action. To avoid getting tagged as a link farm you need to make it look natural. This means no linking with commercial keywords. Also no spun text. I also would rarely link more than a small percentage of sites I own to the same site. Also, check customers anchor text profiles.

    This presupposes the comments above are wrong in that google can't read intent telepathically as far as my awareness of current tech goes. Of course they could have some savant in an electrical bath somewhere that spits out a black white ball corresponding to link intent whenever someone places a link. If they can do that then yes selling a link will in all cases bone your site.

    It's actually very difficult to find clean link sources.
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    • Profile picture of the author Kevin Maguire
      Originally Posted by attorneydavid View Post

      This presupposes the comments above are wrong in that google can't read intent telepathically as far as my awareness of current tech goes. Of course they could have some savant in an electrical bath somewhere that spits out a black white ball corresponding to link intent whenever someone places a link.
      ROFL.... I think I've pee'd a little. They see a couple of Public Blog Networks go down. And they think the games up for Private Blog Networks.
      The 2 compared are polar opposites when it comes to footprinting and detection.
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  • Profile picture of the author seonutshell
    Would you like $5 and quality content for your blog? Well set up a gig on fiverr saying you will publish there blog post on your site with a contextual link and you will have people screaming for it. Dont be afraid to tun people away if they send you a spun/irrelavant article for publising, because they will go and write one if you tell them only quality articles.

    here is a gig i found similar. Kmcgee will write a 100 word post on my pr3 blog about your website or service and give you a do follow backlink in the blog post for a dofollow link for $5, only on fiverr.com
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  • Profile picture of the author DPM70
    LOL - funny thread. Even funnier since Alexa has posted in it. OMG!!!
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  • Profile picture of the author nik0
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    Can't we suggest a rule that people who are most active in the main forum aren't allowed to give advice in the SEO forum :p
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  • Profile picture of the author MikeFriedman
    Originally Posted by seonutshell View Post

    Would you like $5 and quality content for your blog? Well set up a gig on fiverr saying you will publish there blog post on your site with a contextual link and you will have people screaming for it. Dont be afraid to tun people away if they send you a spun/irrelavant article for publising, because they will go and write one if you tell them only quality articles.

    That is the dumbest idea I have read yet this morning. Why waste a decent domain on such rubbish?

    You are going to end up with a domain that has a bunch of unrelated content (probably fairly crappy content too), with a bunch of embedded links. Sounds like a great way to get the domain de-indexed.
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  • Profile picture of the author yukon
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    Hey kid, you'll shoot your eye out!
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  • Profile picture of the author TheAdsenseGuy
    Wanna sell out your high pr network quick? Make the entire network niche related.

    Example: Make all your sites about weight loss or Attorneys, ect. The most powerfull type of backlink is a high PR themed link. Nothing else matters.

    A general high pr network will take a little longer to rent out and the links won't be as powerfull to your customers.

    Good luck.
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