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    SEO Services. Get your website on the first page of the search engines!

    Do you need help getting on the first page of the search engines?
    We can help you do just that.
    We offer everything from keyword analysis to backlinking and everything in between.
    Search Engine Optimization Services | Mariah's SEO Blaster
    Last edited by mariahm; 8 February, 2010 at 19:33 PM. Reason: spelling mistake

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    Hi there.

    You can submit your SEO Business here, for free, if you want additional exposure.

    Also, if you're interested in selling your services on this forum, it's always a good idea to consider giving away a free review copy of something you offer, so that we can test your service and encourage other members to make a purchase. Let me know if you're interested.

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    SEO services is a tough way to make a buck. Most businesses don't have a clue how important or what it takes to get PR on Google (with 80% SE market share, is their anybody else?).

    Lots of people say they are SE specialist, but can they prove it? Is your work verifiable? Most people want to see proof. I believe. It's like saying I'm a good eBay seller. Proof is a feedback rating.
    Last edited by neonguy528; 9 February, 2010 at 18:15 PM. Reason: spelling error

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    Hi there. I received the report. But unfortunately, I'm going to need to ask that you resend it in a non-PDF format. I can't click on any of these links, nor can I even copy and paste them. I have no way of verifying this work.

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    I just sent them to you again in another format.
    Thanks,
    Mariah

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    Report received.
    I received a file with 20 URLs. A few were social bookmarking, others were Web 2.0 profiles.

    The first URL I checked leads to a page that no longer exists.

    Another URL (Make Money Online | FeedAgg.com) confuses me a bit. I'm not seeing any direct links to my site, which leads me to believe that it is the equivalent of being 'nofollow' and therefore useless.

    This URL (Make Money Online (Business Opportunities - Money Making)) doesn't seem to provide an actual backlink to my site either.

    There is also an attempt at getting backlinks from Flickr which are tagged with rel="nofollow".

    Two other links are from the same domain name: propeller.com

    There is a forum post on the Joomla Support Forum and the URL says:
    The requested topic does not exist.

    There is a link to 'linkedin.com' that doesn't even have a link to my site.

    A post was made of the Last.FM forum - but tagged as nofollow.

    Finally, the last link I reviewed doesn't have any backlink to my site at all.


    To improve this service, I would recommend trying to find sites that are relevant to the subject matter of the site you're promoting. For example, my site is about business and making money, but I have received backlinks from sites about parenting and music from this service - and I don't know how useful such backlinks are.

    My Review: This is probably one of the worst services I have ever seen. All of the URLs are from irrelevant websites, most links are either nofollow, don't exist, or have been removed because the site owner's considered them to be spam. I can guarantee that there will be no worthwhile benefit from this service and that it was nothing but a waste of everybody's time.

    I give it a 0/10.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Kovich View Post
    Report received.
    I received a file with 20 URLs. A few were social bookmarking, others were Web 2.0 profiles.

    The first URL I checked leads to a page that no longer exists.

    Another URL (Make Money Online | FeedAgg.com) confuses me a bit. I'm not seeing any direct links to my site, which leads me to believe that it is the equivalent of being 'nofollow' and therefore useless.

    This URL (Make Money Online (Business Opportunities - Money Making)) doesn't seem to provide an actual backlink to my site either.

    There is also an attempt at getting backlinks from Flickr which are tagged with rel="nofollow".

    Two other links are from the same domain name: propeller.com

    There is a forum post on the Joomla Support Forum and the URL says:
    The requested topic does not exist.

    There is a link to 'linkedin.com' that doesn't even have a link to my site.

    A post was made of the Last.FM forum - but tagged as nofollow.

    Finally, the last link I reviewed doesn't have any backlink to my site at all.


    To improve this service, I would recommend trying to find sites that are relevant to the subject matter of the site you're promoting. For example, my site is about business and making money, but I have received backlinks from sites about parenting and music from this service - and I don't know how useful such backlinks are.

    My Review: This is probably one of the worst services I have ever seen. All of the URLs are from irrelevant websites, most links are either nofollow, don't exist, or have been removed because the site owner's considered them to be spam. I can guarantee that there will be no worthwhile benefit from this service and that it was nothing but a waste of everybody's time.

    I give it a 0/10.
    Thanks for the review Kovich!

    You said that the backlinks were social bookmarks and web 2.0, but that is not all that I did for you. There were clasified postings, blog signatures, rss feeds, and blog posts.

    As far as nofollow and dofollow. My strong opinion is that it is bad to do all of your backlinks dofollow. Google sees both the nofollow and dofollow, and it looks more natural with a mix than if all the backlinks were dofollow.

    Your feedage backlink is an rss feed which I guess you didn't notice. Click the title of your feed and it goes to your website.

    The second link you posted that you say doesn't link to your site does link to your site as well. Where it says "related link" is a link to your website.

    As I say with all of my backlink services, if for some reason one of the backlinks get deleted by a site administrator I will replace it for free. There is no way to guarantee that the backlinks will stay up.

    Maybe next time you write such a harsh review you should contact the person you are dissing.

    Thanks,
    Mariah

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    I forgot to comment on what you said about there being two backlinks to propeller Kovich.
    Two backlinks located in different parts of a website are just as important as two backlinks to two different sites!

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    You said that the backlinks were social bookmarks and web 2.0, but that is not all that I did for you.
    This is correct. I apologize if you thought I was making a comprehensive list - I was just naming off the bulk of the URL locations.

    Two backlinks located in different parts of a website are just as important as two backlinks to two different sites!
    This is correct, and I didn't hold that against you, but I did want to mention it.

    Your feedage backlink is an rss feed which I guess you didn't notice. Click the title of your feed and it goes to your website.
    Yes, I understood exactly what the site was. I am familiar with an RSS Feed... The problem is that all of the URLs were: mainsite.com/directory?http://www.runningonlinebusiness.com which doesn't count as a backlink in the eyes of Google. While it may produce traffic, it won't produce any search engine related results.

    As I say with all of my backlink services, if for some reason one of the backlinks get deleted by a site administrator I will replace it for free.
    This is a good policy. I totally understand that you cannot assure all links will remain live.

    Maybe next time you write such a harsh review you should contact the person you are dissing.
    I truly apologize if you felt offended by my review, but I was simply analyzing the service you provided. I walked through it in a clear manner in my review and expressed how I felt about each component of the aforementioned service - It's certainly nothing personal and I hope there are no hard feelings. I just simply did not feel as though your service was worthwhile or useful to anyone who may be considering purchasing it.

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