We’ve all been there. You buy a link list. You download it. You’re excited. You start hitting it hard. Things are good. Verified links piling up.
At first anyway…
Then it slows down. Pretty soon crawling. Now you’re right clicking view target urls remaining because you think it must have run out of targets…and there’s 122k left.
Why? Because these link lists that promise only “50 COPIES TOTAL” are selling your exact list to 49 other people. And you’re ALL hammering that same exact list against multiple projects.
Even if that list really had 200k freshly verified link drops (lettuce be cereal, it didn’t…when was the last time you got close to the advertised numbers? Yeah, me too…), by the time you and the crew get done pummelling it, half the sites are down from excessive bandwidth or suffering what is basically a low level DDOS from the hum of a hundred GSA installs plowing into it with 300 threads each.
And then when those webmasters who had the misfortune of ending up on one of those lists get done cleaning up the damage, deleting all your links, well hello negative link velocity. And the corresponding rank drops that go with it.
Don’t believe me? Go run a list you bought a month ago. I’ll bring the tissues and a cup of warm milk, you’re going to need something make you feel better after seeing those numbers.
You don’t buy lists. You know better. < Insert 50 monkeys and the same football cliche here>. Not going to end well.
Instead, you set up servers. Multiple. You install Hrefer. Scrapebox. GScraper.
You order proxies. Hundreds of them. You optimize your scraping to match threads to proxies, so you don’t burn them out and have to get new ones after they’re blocked.
Now you have millions of urls.
Time to process them.
Copying. Pasting. Syncing to dropbox.
And then it’s the age old question: do I just hammer these lists with GSA trying to post to them, hoping I don’t burn down my servers and proxies with spam complaints?
Or do I take the time to pre-process them with GSA? Which takes literally FOR.EV.ER
Either way, days are going by while you wrassle data.
Other projects are getting neglected…
Sites are not being built.
PBNs are not being updated.
High quality tier 1 links that actually rank sites post penguin getting created? Ain’t nobody got time for that…
Split testing your existing traffic? That’s a dream. An activity reserved for someone who actually has time.
All because running automation software like GSA is actually really time consuming.
GrindLists puts an end to buying lists and getting the same links as everyone else.
GrindLists puts an end to wasted hours spent scraping and filtering your own link lists.
GrindLists sticks a pipe out into the internet and diverts a highly filtered and qualified stream of links straight into your GSA installs.
GrindLists automates fresh link discovery and it does it almost entirely hands free. No two feeds are alike. No repetitive hammering on the same link sets as your competition.
And it takes less than two minutes to set it up. A set up you only have to do one time.
Watch the video on the home page again to see me set it up in less than two minutes. Literally.
Nothing to install. No giving up one of your file folders. You do you want with your setup, we just give you an access point to tie into and use how you want.
Ever wonder what SEO would be like if you could have GSA work like it used to work, back in 2012? Back before all the easy to find targets got ruined?
You can find out. You can experience that. You can experience results like these:
Stats from a week running the verified & identified feeds on one of my user projects testing our public system (notice where I plugged in the Identified feed?):
This site has been ranking in this range for months and months, since early summer. Good tier 1 links buffered by tiers of GrindLists.
Need to build good links to your PBN but you don’t know how? PR3+ contextual low OBL dripped in over 2 days running only the identified list.
And you can do it all relatively hands off.
Because when you’re not babysitting GSA and importing lists all day, you can go out and do all the important tasks that you need to do to be a successful SEO in this era.
Build good sites.
Build good pumper nets.
Acquire good tier 1 links.
You should probably optimize your traffic too, little changes go a long way there.
But I digress….back to GrindLists.
If you’re playing the automated SEO game, you’re probably using GSA Search Engine Ranker.
If you’re using GSA and you’re not using GrindLists, you’re on the bottom looking up.
Because your competition is. I’ve been using it since summer. Others have had access for a month now.
When we sell out our capacity, we’ll be done. There’s only X amount of X any system can do.
If you miss out now, you might never get a second a chance.
None of my beta testers and early subscribers are giving up their slots. They’re actually begging me to stop selling it.
But I haven’t changed the game for awhile. Now is the time.
It’s up to you to pick which side you want to be on. I’d suggest the winning team. If you chose wisely, I’ll see you on the other side.
P.S. I’ll give three 48 hour review copies. To qualify you must 1) set it up and run links within ONE hour. You must post a screenshot of your results (verified/identified only is fine) within 12 hours. And you must
update the screenshot at the end of your 48 hour review.
How many links do I get?
You get two feeds. One is verified links we’ve built within the last 24 hours. The other is identified links in the same time frame. Both feeds have a ton of good links.
The small plan has 2000 verified links pumped to your feed daily and 10,000 identified links pumped in every day.
The big plan has 5000 verified links pumped to your feed daily and 50,000 identified links pumped in every day.
You can use one feed. You can use the other feed. You can use both feeds (I do!).
Am I guaranteed 2000 and 5000 verified links every day I run it?
No. Everyones settings/servers/etc are different.
The verified links were built with GSA on big servers running captcha breaker only, all platforms.
Your servers/setups are probably different. You will probably have different results.
We will guarantee this. Your feed will get a minimum of 2000 or 5000 verified links uploaded to it every 24 hours.
They will not be filtered in any way. Filter the pipe to suit your needs after it hits your GSA.
One size fits all because you’re doing the final fitting to your specs.
And run the Identified feed, please. We identify with custom Python bots that do a really good job. It’s got some trash but there’s so much gold in there. And since the Verified lists are only using SER CB, you can get great links from the Identified feed with some different settings with regards to captchas.
I meant to only run 1 link per domain on there but I wasn’t paying attention. But still…if it was set up right, 78 PR3+ contextual links on unique domains in 2 days? On autopilot? Yes please…
How does your contextual success rate compare with other lists.
Good question. I’ve had a couple guys reviewing it for me that are frequent buyers of all the list services.
They are blown away. We had more contextuals verified in 36 hours than they got off a popular list. And we fed them ~15k links, while they had to run ~200k on the comparison list.
Then I told them that I’m not running any captcha services and it’s all done with GSA Captcha Breaker software. 🙂
Imagine if you ran the identified list with paid captcha service and a good Re-Captcha OCR. 😉
How much does it cost?
$ 67/month and $ 147/month, respectively.
How do I set it up? Your video sucked.
How Do I Signup?