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How much would you pay for PR7 link? Where to buy PR?

Discussion in 'Search Engine Optimization' started by peterjoel76, Sep 3, 2010.

  1. #1
    Hi,

    1) A PR7 website is selling text links. It has got 24 outgoing links. How much would you pay for it? Is it really worth buying PR?

    2) If it's worth buying PR then what's the best place to find sellers?

    My website is already SE optimized but because it's in highly competitive industry, so I think I need more PR to get better SERPs?
     
    peterjoel76, Sep 3, 2010 IP
  2. Globaleyeglasses

    Globaleyeglasses Peon

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    #2
    Before going to buy links from PR7, you must read this thread- http://forums.digitalpoint.com/showthread.php?t=1925641

     
    Globaleyeglasses, Sep 3, 2010 IP
  3. peterjoel76

    peterjoel76 Peon

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    It's not just for PR, it's a proper backlink from PR7 site... I know that backlinks from high PR sites still worth smth... May be I am wrong? Does it still worth to get backlink from PR7 site or not?
     
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  4. Globaleyeglasses

    Globaleyeglasses Peon

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    In my personal opinion, Yes.. It worth to get back-link from PR7.
     
    Globaleyeglasses, Sep 3, 2010 IP
  5. peterjoel76

    peterjoel76 Peon

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    But how much should I pay for it? If it has 24 outgoing links?
     
    peterjoel76, Sep 3, 2010 IP
  6. Globaleyeglasses

    Globaleyeglasses Peon

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  7. dj_gie

    dj_gie Peon

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    #7
    More important, what is the page rank of the page your link appears on
     
    dj_gie, Sep 9, 2010 IP
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  8. Jim4767

    Jim4767 Prominent Member

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    Yes indeed! The PR of the home page is not the key factor; the PR of the page your link will be on is what matters. I've seen tons of websites (especially directories) with a high-PR home page, but PR0 on the page where your link will be. Check that out carefully before committing.
     
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  9. social-media

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    #9
    As someone else mentioned, it's the PR of the URL that links to you that is important, not the PR of the home page (unless you're getting a link on the home page which is doubtful as they tend not to want to place paid links in obvious places).

    Your URL's PR weighs very little in how your page ranks. But the PR of URLs linking to your URL can REALLY add a punch when combined with the correct link text.

    In a previous job I spent up to $20k per month in a VERY competitive niche on paid links like those you're talking about. Always from relevant sites, usually the PR3-PR5 pages, with the exact link text my page was targeting. Those links ran $150-450/month for a single link. But they were generally from VERY authoritative sites that if I listed them, you would know 90% of them. It can be very effective...

    Be careful when buying links. I'm not recommending it. But if you do, you should cut deals directly with the webmaster or use link brokers who ONLY operate offline. If you can register for a login and then view their inventory of possible placements online (as with Text-Link-Ads) then you do not want to use that broker.
     
    social-media, Sep 9, 2010 IP
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  10. WebDev Solutions

    WebDev Solutions Well-Known Member

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    PR is still useful, but if the website you are purchasing has few backlinks itself, you are effectively throwing money away.

    I rarely purchase links from sites with anything less than 500 links, preferably well over 1,000.
     
    WebDev Solutions, Sep 9, 2010 IP
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    Promoman Active Member

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    I have a feeling google likes links from relevant sites as much as high PR
     
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    i have the same question, ready to buy some,,,
     
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  13. peterjoel76

    peterjoel76 Peon

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    Promoman, I agree with you.
     
    peterjoel76, Sep 10, 2010 IP
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    peterjoel76 Peon

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    @social-media, Thanks for the detailed info. Were you able to get $20k each month back from the value of those links?
     
    peterjoel76, Sep 10, 2010 IP
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    To submit an article on a high ranking page with a back-link in it would cost something around 10 bucks
     
    elephant-t, Sep 10, 2010 IP
  16. Dr.G.House

    Dr.G.House Peon

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    #16
    Can do relevant PR4, PR5, PR6, PR7 backlinks. All links are permanent, Do-Follow, from webpages that has the Pagerank requested. All Backlinks are from High Authority Websites.

    PM if interested

    Cheers
     
    Dr.G.House, Sep 12, 2010 IP
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    dofollowlist Peon

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    I think it's worth buying but the price might be high as it only has 24 outgoing link.
     
    dofollowlist, Sep 13, 2010 IP
  18. China_girl

    China_girl Well-Known Member

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    #18
    I would say yes a backlink from a PR7 site does have a value ONLY if it has less outgoing links. The more outgoing links the site has your link value will be divided in those many outgoing links. So if you have decided to buy high quality PR backlinks, then I would suggest you to go for as many less outgoing links as possible.
    24 outgoing is still a big figure :)
     
    China_girl, Sep 13, 2010 IP
  19. China_girl

    China_girl Well-Known Member

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    Sounds interesting, how about getting sandboxed by google, is there any harm in this service and is it guaranteed.

    I would be glad if you send me the review copy which you mentioned above.


     
    China_girl, Sep 14, 2010 IP
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    valvetak47 Peon

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    Deleted for reason blah blah blah blah blah blah
     
    Last edited: Sep 15, 2010
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