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How to find websites with real pr6-7 to buy links?

Discussion in 'Search Engine Optimization' started by x-man, Aug 28, 2013.

  1. #1
    Hi,
    I need to find relevant websites with high and real PR (6-7+) where I can buy links but look like that is not easy or owner want from me to pay for link more than he earning with all ads on website (cpm/cpc based), one website owner want from me 350EUR/month for footer link on pr4 website or one other want from me over $1 000 000 for old domain with maybe 100 visitors per day and low pr and I must say that it is not some premium domain like buy.com or sex.com, that is domain with two words, nothing special but good for my business, people heard that some other people get for domain millions or for website and than thinking that they can get it for some stupid domain/website, I simple can`t understand it and how always I can contact that people!

    I`m looking for some quality websites/blogs related to file sharing, search engines, tech/internet news with high PR where I can buy links at some normal price, what is best way to find it?

    Here on DP I can see many offers but most of them don`t look good and also I can`t post on buy/sell forums...

    Thanks.
    x-man, Aug 28, 2013 IP
  2. Jim4767

    Jim4767 Notable Member

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  3. onqdirector

    onqdirector Supreme Ruler Premium Member

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    #3
    I'll guess he'll be the first person to break the rules then... ;)
    onqdirector, Aug 28, 2013 IP
  4. royalstar_23

    royalstar_23 Active Member

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    I dont believe in buying the links.. Just read a article posted by Matt Cutt.. He strongly believes as buying high PR is nothing worth as long as you dont have a good content to the site that attracts google.
    royalstar_23, Aug 29, 2013 IP
  5. Mr.Dog

    Mr.Dog Member

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    #5
    I think you should forget about buying links for the sake of PR.
    Google PageRank is calculated differently nowadays and should not try manipulating it. Google penalties are harsh.

    Focus on engaging users, improve bounce rates, improve time spent on site, improve number of pageviews.

    With that money you could do a lot more to improve your site's quality instead of buying links.

    Getting lots of legitimate, genuine "nofollow" links can help a lot as well!
    Mr.Dog, Aug 30, 2013 IP
  6. patco

    patco Well-Known Member

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    Don't buy such backlinks! You'd better go with Guest blogging if you want good backlinks from quality blogs! ;)
    patco, Aug 30, 2013 IP
  7. Peterbndrs

    Peterbndrs Active Member

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    #7
    True by buying high PR links itself may not help as people saying but no harm if it is part of your SEO plan. I bought lot of links like that and ranked many of my sites and got traffic also. Coming to things to consider while buying links...

    a)See the content on the site is of quality, no much of banners or affiliate links. Content must be relevant to what you are site is about.
    b)Make sure site has a large link profile (1,000 incoming links is great…10,000 is awesome, 100,000+ is epic)
    c)Make sure site has Low amount of outbound links
    d)Make sure site has No porn or gambling links
    e)Make sure your link goes on the home page with the PR
    f)Google - info:xyz.com will show the site is real and is not under any redirection
    g)Google - site:xyz.com you will know number of indexed pages
    h)Confirm the age of the site at http://archive.org/web/web.php (indicates google crawl data also)
    i)Check MOZ ratings at http://www.opensiteexplorer.org/- you will know domain authority, page authority, no linking to root domains, total backlinks - all these should be high for a good site.
    j)Confirm its PR with Chrome SEO toolbar here you will also get no. of pages indexed, alexa rank, compete rank and many more parameters.

    Have enough patience to find a relevant site which is passing satisfactorily through all these factors bcoz...
    1)Its your money and google penalty
    2)There are lot of scams with fake PR and low quality sites

    Hope this will help...
    Peterbndrs, Aug 30, 2013 IP
  8. giteshtrivedi

    giteshtrivedi Member

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    #8
    If you would buy link from high PR sites and Google identify those links then your site will be punished by Google. This is high risk. Google is always searching for paid link building. You should need to consult some good seo expert for link building, this is best idea. Don't try to buy this kind of paid link, you would loose your money and site reputation both.
    giteshtrivedi, Aug 30, 2013 IP
  9. onqdirector

    onqdirector Supreme Ruler Premium Member

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    This is why you are a peasant, because you listen to Matt Cutts, You're assuming all paid links are distinguishable from regular links and will be identified and penalized by Google which of course is shenanigans. With BILLIONS if not TRILLIONS of pages on the internet do you REALLY think Google can police every page and every link? You're out of your mind if you say yes, and this is why you will continue being a peasant while real SEOs smash high competition rankings and bank hard. It's about buying the RIGHT links.... Buying links can no doubt hurt you, especially if you're a peasant and can't afford the good links.
    onqdirector, Aug 30, 2013 IP
  10. Jim4767

    Jim4767 Notable Member

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    #10
    1) This is a professional webmasters' forum. I see that you are new, so I'll just politely suggest that DigitalPoint is not the right place to call someone "a peasant" (3 times in your post) and telling them they are "out of your mind". We try to respect each other here.

    2) Your signature says it all — "High PR Private Network Links, Serious Inquiries only PM me for details and prices." You are a PR link seller. In the interest of protecting my DP friends from your dangerous advice, I'll quote here Google's official statement of "link schemes" that will affect a site's rankings — "The following are examples of link schemes which can negatively impact a site's ranking in search results: Buying or selling links that pass PageRank." The full statement can be read at https://support.google.com/webmasters/answer/66356?hl=en
    Jim4767, Aug 30, 2013 IP
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  11. MySEOrec

    MySEOrec Peon

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    I was going to post that Matt Cutts is a tool, but I'm guessing Jim4767 might not approve of my language. So, I will not call Matt Cutts anything, but simply point out that he works for google and spouts the company line 100%. That's fine, that is his job (even though its funny when even he can't keep a straight face while dispensing SEO advice). But anyone who follows Matt's advice on SEO is wasting their time. That's also true for a number of other SEO experts out there who rely on google for a living (I'm looking at you moz). If you're serious about SEO, learn the basics and start doing it. Then test everything. If you can repeat prior successes, keep doing it until it stops working.

    As to link buying, its a sucker's game. If you don't know what you are doing, you are gonna get ripped off. PR is easily manipulated. Links on high PR pages (always distinguish between high PR SITES and high PR PAGES) might also be worthless if the site is spammy, has too many links already or if they stick you in a sidebar or footer (contextual links are the best).

    My suggestion: forget buying an expensive, temporary link unless you are 100% comfortable doing so. Instead take that money and 1) issue a press release, 2) pay for a Yahoo or best of web directory listing, 3) create a killer youtube video and put it on your page, or 4) build some quality backlinks.

    good luck.
    MySEOrec, Aug 30, 2013 IP
  12. x-man

    x-man Active Member

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    I know that is not good to buy links only because PR but also I don`t like to talk on way like google is some web god and google must say to us where we can and where we can`t buy links...if I pay to somebody for link in sidebar, how google can know that it is only because PR?!

    Also, google results when I searching for something, after all this updates, all this WILD ANIMALS, is nothing better, for me it is worse and they moved my website on some 100`s position, I don`t have ideal website but if somebody come to my website he will get for what he searching and I don`t know what is bad in that!?
    x-man, Aug 30, 2013 IP
  13. royalstar_23

    royalstar_23 Active Member

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    I appreciated your comment and Thanks for being a real user in DP..
    royalstar_23, Aug 31, 2013 IP
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    #14
    Buying links to improve SERP's may be against Googles rules, but so what? Just be careful. Buying links on public networks and on sites that are well known for selling links will put you on googles radar for the wrong reasons, so stay away from them.

    Matt Cutts is only going to tell you what he wants you to do, not what is necessarily going to get you ranking better.
    ZombieNation, Aug 31, 2013 IP
  15. Lasse Nielsen

    Lasse Nielsen Greenhorn

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    #15
    Hello, Good day, There were many different ways to get high PR dofollow backlinks in the past, there were many search forums which had pageranks like PR8, PR7 etc. I must admit it was never easy to get backlinks from PR 9 and PR10 blogs as there were and are so few of them around that it is very difficult to obtain links from these blogs. Have a nice day! :)
    Lasse Nielsen, Aug 31, 2013 IP
  16. x-man

    x-man Active Member

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    For me is not easy to find some good website/blog with real PR 7 and without 100 links in sidebar...

    You know for some PR10 blog? :D
    x-man, Sep 1, 2013 IP
  17. anw001

    anw001 Active Member

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    Who cares with what Google likes or does not like as long as it rewards us with high ranking for the same things which it says we shouldn't do.
    anw001, Sep 1, 2013 IP
  18. Umer Hafeez

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    I have quality domains open for guest blogging, inbox me for more details..
    Umer Hafeez, Sep 1, 2013 IP
  19. Corestratagems

    Corestratagems Active Member

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    I didn't see it mentioned but PR is dead. Although individuals still buy on PR, SEO agencies look at other metrics like trust flow, moztrust, PA and DA. If you're going to buy links, make sure the site looks like a real site, make sure the content is relevant to your niche, forget about specific anchors, Google knows what you should be ranking for based on your site's content and don't point all your links to your homepage. As for the people saying "buying links is against the rules", so is just about everything else you do even though you think its whitehat. I won't go in to a long rant but stop drinking the Google Kool-Aid. People buy links every day and it works...until Google changes the game at the drop of a dime. Until then move fast, iterate, test, make money, rinse, repeat.
    Corestratagems, Sep 2, 2013 IP
  20. anw001

    anw001 Active Member

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    Very rightly said.
    anw001, Sep 2, 2013 IP