I am getting so sick of link exchange solicitations. People with brand new ‘make money’ crap blogs are constantly contacting me to exchange links. My latest one was
“pulasthi said: hello there, I have a pr7 blog, www.digitalbutterflies.org I would like to exchange links with your quality blog. Please let me know if you are interested.”
The blog in question has been around since January. Sorry, but a PageRank of 7 isn’t going to be bestowed upon a crappy blog with 24 posts that has been around for barely a month.
If I could verify this false information in a matter of seconds, then why lie? Why would this person think I was stupid enough to exchange links with some crappy little blog that is probably full of regurgitated crap from other blogs? (Actually the person writes their posts but they are a mishmash of ads and random semi scientific posts.)
And if the blog truly was PR7 then why would that person care about a link from a PR3 blog? Come on.
So, how many crappy link exchange requests do you get each day? Where are they coming from, BlogCatalog, MyBlogLog, or somewhere else?
oooh, this guy wasn’t happy with me calling him out on his lie. So he sent me back a message
“pulasthi said: certainly i don’t need to lie. the blog is. www.digitalbutterflies.org it’s not still listed at my blog list. Please try to find what is the truth before accusing people. thanks”
If anyone can actually prove that yes this blog with 25 posts, that has been around for little over a month has actual real PR of 7 then let me know. Does anyone link to this blog, no (I checked that), is there really PR of 7, no (I checked that too) Faking PageRank happens.
After this message I looked into the different ways that people fake PageRank. Don’t fall for these tricks. Check blogs before you link to them. But most of all generate your own content, real content and don’t bother with these new make money blogs.
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