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After quite a week- Ive managed to hit 330+ lpm sustainable

took quite a bit of fudging. but i did it. 

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  • Accepted Answer
    LPM is not important. 
    If anyone focus on LPM he dont understand SER and link building with SER.
    I can get LPM like this (with public proxies):
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    But this dont mean anything.
    LPM dont give rankings and lpm is not way to measure link building efficiency.
  • shaunshaun https://www.youtube.com/ShaunMarrs
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    what platforms are you actually using @biggulpshuhwelp ?
  • Accepted Answer
    imo LPM should not even be a metric that is measurable. what is your VPM number? and what platforms are you posting to?

    if those are tier 3 numbers, meh. tier 2, ok now it's interesting. also let's see a sustained performance stat. looks like a short period of time. how about a full day of posting? what are the sustained numbers? i am not interested in frying my proxies to hit a number. 

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  • congrats

    how - settings
    what proxies
    what vps

    thanks in advance
  • Just gotta mess around a bit man, youll get there eventually.
  • shaunshaun https://www.youtube.com/ShaunMarrs
    @biggulpshuhwelp so this is just a bragging thread and you don't plan to offer anything of value?
  • Eh, little bit of both.
  • Okay, so i tried a number of different VPS, DEDI, and Local configurations to get here. I tried SolidSEO, Greencloud, Berman, and a slew of other VPS. As well, I have tried it on both local and dedi servers. Honestly, I used this simplex host company, i thnk their in the UK or France, theyve been pretty good. Overall, you could get lpm like this anywhere, but i got it here, this be an aff link, so if you get it, and get lpm like that, itl make me happy. So, up to you who you go with

    Greencloud:

    Berman
  • ^topper. Im fully aware of the usefullness of SER. Th
  • shaunshaun https://www.youtube.com/ShaunMarrs
    im guessing its including non contextuals and he has realised its nothing to brag about bless him....
  • turns out it was basically 90% general blog comments- basically useless. I need a new list, for some reason im getting like 5 lpm when i go for contextuals. . . My list is terrible. SERocket does not have good stuff.
  • its possible .. af you are running many and multiple campaign  in  engine.
  • i generally can get about 800 - 1000 contextual links for my tier 2, letting SER run for an entire work day (about 9 hours) that is running across about 20 projects. My VPM ranges around 2-3. even if i could get higher vpm i am not sure i would want to risk blowing out my tier 2. tier 3 i throw everything at it and numbers are much higher.

    I currently use FCS Tier 1, SER Tier 2+3. I also have my own PBN set up, and then plug in FCS for Tier 2 and SER for Tier 3. Works ok for me in a moderately competitive niche. Can't seem to get over the hump though. The top slots are definitely seo'd at a higher level.
  • @BigGulpsHuhWelp my list is pretty weak too. I try to scrape with SBV2 but after filtering and then hitting the targets, the numbers aren't great. I think I can do a lot better with an improved list.
  • shaunshaun https://www.youtube.com/ShaunMarrs
    @bitgulpshuhwelp lol, hopefully that has taught you a lesson an trying to brag when you don't have a clue what you are actually doing :).

    For the record I use SERocket and I have pulled around 200LPM contextual only with less than 10 projects with dailey post limits.
  • I did make a fairly negative claim about SERocket- while i havent hit those kind of levels, theyve been nothing but helpful in my figuring out how to fix it. Although, @shaun is mildly bragging himself...
  • shaunshaun https://www.youtube.com/ShaunMarrs
    @biggulpshuhwelp 200LPM is nothing to brag about, I made that statement in the hope you would understand that SERocket is actually a good list provider in the right hands. You just arnt ready to understand information in that way and still look for bragging rights.


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