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    Submitexpress and similar - have you used them?

    Have you used Submitexpress or similar? What would you reccomend?

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    SOFTWARE DOSEN"T WORK
    CHEAP SERVICES DON'T WORK



    just wanted to make that clear...

    regular content updates
    inbound links
    blog traffic
    syndicate your site if you provide info
    only way to do it
    if not reread top


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    Thank you Vamps.
    But what about when you need to submit a site to all those 75'000+ catalogs and search engines? SubmitExpress says they'll do it, but will it help to achieve anything? That should help to build some basic inbound links, right? My current PR is 5, but I want it 7.

    BTW, do you have a blog on what you do?

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    MP...75k catalogs...comeon... its poo....you can do the same thing by submitting to google..all sites now are pretty much feeding each other ..they are all following the same algorythm... if you want to build up your pr5 to a 7 i would ned a url to look at.. you need a very heavily trafficked site and lots of quality inbound links from high PR sites to achieve a pr of 7..my highest is a 5 and i have 1000s of inbound links all pr3 or higher.. to a point you will get capped on PR unless you can get a really good inbound link..post a url so i can take a peek

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    http://latforums.lv/

    I've only just started to SEO it, so I don't really have anything to show yet, but I'm on my way. As for the site, it's been up for more than a year now with the average success on the local forum scene. Anyways, I'll get vBSEO next month to work with the URLs and structure so hopefully I'll get search engine friendlier with time As for the high PR inbound links... I guess there's no easy way with them, is there?

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    there is no ez way to build up your pr. with a regional specific site as it is.. i would look more towards either a: setting up blogs for forum members, you can also try using the syndication of the forum and start blogs on places like blogger etc.. use feedwordpress and let the blogs put your content out.. besides that..its time and patience to get a higher pr then where your at

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    tell me, is this sellable..... OddDog's Avatar
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    actually it is reasonable easy to purchase high pr links.

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