Now That BMR BuildMyRank And Other HPBL Networks Have Been Torched What Is Next For SEO?

April 18, 2012 2 Comments »
Now That BMR BuildMyRank And Other HPBL Networks Have Been Torched What Is Next For SEO?

If you are wondering what is next for SEO since HPBL services such as BuildMyRank and others got torched by Google, you are not alone.

Many Internet Marketers are wondering if the action of deindexing those networks is the end of private backlink networks? You need to be advised, “The answer to your concerns is an unequivocal, NO!”

Are you really paying attention to what is being said and who is saying it?

With all of the SEO hubris, online chatter, Internet Marketing conjecture and false assumptions as to the reasons these networks were deindexded, one common theme remains woven throughout all of the talk and that is this, “Uncertainty.”

Some are saying that it was due to Panda updates; others are saying that it was due to other algorithmic changes; others are saying Google employers infiltrated those networks and others are saying competitors ratted those networks out. Still others are saying that Google found out about those networks by joining forums such as the WF, TP, BHW, BHSEO, and seeing what was available.

Here is what we advise everyone to do; don’t get caught up in the SEO hysteria.

After listening to a number of owners of these private networks talk about their demise, it became crystal clear that they were grasping at straws in an attempt to figure out how their networks got torched.

The truth is, no matter how confident they may seem in their belief as to why they took one on the chin from Google, they really don’t know. To be clear, when some offers up their reasoning as to why their network got deindexed, at best, they are offering up a hypothesis that may be backed up by their sneaky suspicions, SEO intuitions or Google bias. At worse, some of the HPBL network owners may have felt the need to save face, so they “made up” reasons as why they believed they got burned.

If you are one of the many people still trying to figure out the exact reason, just know this; it may take a few years for the exact truth to come out. So does that leave us with some daunting questions?

Not really and hear is why; there were some HPBL networks that suffered no damage at all. Moreover, there were some Internet Marketers who had links in BMR, ALN and some of the other HPBL networks and yet their websites suffered no harm.

It goes without saying that the private HPBL networks that experienced no fallout knew something that the others did not know. It also goes without saying that the individuals who subscribed to networks such as BMR and ALN and yet they saw no drop in rankings, also knew something that other subscribers didn’t realize or know.

So how did they avoid getting torched? What is the big secret?

It’s no secret at all; it’s called, (GOLD) Genuine Overall Link Diversity.

That is what protected the HPBL networks that suffered no harm and that is what protected those who subscribed to the various HPBL networks and yet they suffered no loss. If you haven’t learned genuine link diversity, take my advice and learn it NOW! If not, you may end up receiving a notice from Google stating that they detected unnatural IB links coming into your website.

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  1. Chikara April 18, 2012 at 8:47 pm -

    Lots of people spent a ton of money on these backlinks just to watch them go down. I bet people are more reluctant to spend on linking now than ever.

  2. Chris April 20, 2012 at 5:02 pm -

    Hey man, BMR was a wake up call for all of us to be on our toes when it comes to SEO. Hopefully everyone got the message. Your points about G.O.L.D. are so true!!!!!

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