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Posted 22 April 2006 - 11:48 AM
I know of a SEO company that managed to boost this other company inbound links by quite a large number and quite quickly. I'm assuming as they are charging teir client monthly that they have a way of pulling the plug should their client decide to not continue when their contract expires. I assume that the SEO company must have gone to a broker for these links and in effect is paying them on a monhly basis. I am assuming this would be their route because A) - is takes less work and manpower and - that if there client pulls then they also pull the linksfrom the broker. and in effect the clients hits will dwindle which in effect will send the client back to the SEO company. Are my assumptions correct? If these links that are being purchased would they be relevant links to the industry that they are being puchased for and in effect carry the same weight as the links that I might source out on my own. Wiould these links also be keywrd rich links? What is the recommended approach?
Posted 22 April 2006 - 12:05 PM
No idea. maybe, maybe not
see above answer
do the same if you think it will work.
Posted 22 April 2006 - 12:08 PM
You've made a lot of assumptions in there. The major one being whether these are Paid links, either by paying sites to have the link there or by having the sites the links are coming from being part of one network of sites.
From the information you've provided it's impossible to tell if this is the case or not. I would lean the way you are without having any details to work with. But this doesn't necessarily mean it's true. You would have to know where the links are coming from and how they were placed.
Posted 22 April 2006 - 12:34 PM
I have placed some links on my own site manually, but can never see myself having the time to source out even close to 5000 inbound links. Is there a getting started approach? my site currently has a pr4 and has been in existence for about 7 yrs +, the total inbound links ( link popularity ) according to a lp checker is about 3500. Are there any recommended link services that others use?
Thanks, and thank you also for welcoming to the forum!!
Posted 22 April 2006 - 05:51 PM
your also welcome, just wondering if there was a getting started approach to buying links, do you have any recommendations?
Posted 22 April 2006 - 07:50 PM
If you've got a decent budget, consider a linking campaign through Alliance Link, Debra O'Neil Mastaler's company. She's one of the few who does truly personalized linking campaigns as opposed to simply directory submissions or placing your link in a paid network.
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