November 7

Is Buying Links For SEO Risky To Your Website?


I built my first PBN over 7 years ago today.

And even back then, everyone always said:

“Be careful, these links are risky”

Yet, the truth is… I’ve never had a single issue from using them.

Sure, I’ve had PBN sites de-indexed.

(Never money sites)

And I’ve had algorithm penalties, thank you Mr Penguin.

But that’s down to bad usage, not PBNs.

See, it’s way easier to target patterns than a certain link.

It’s easy to see if all your links are from the homepage of a blog, they’re probably PBN links.

If all your links are hosted on servers full of PBNs, they’re probably PBN links.

And if your anchor text is over-optimised, you’re likely building links.

But it’s much harder to just guess if a website is a PBN site or legit.

Or if a guest post is legit or paid.

So presuming you’re doing everything else right.

Especially for guest posting on sites with real traffic:

(None of that glorified PBN crap)

Then you’re probably fine.

There’s a risk, sure, but it’s extremely small.

You’re more likely to get caught for a “pattern mistake”, than the actual usage of paid links.

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