Writers Wanted: Submit Articles: All Subjects

Hi everybody. I am a published writer and webmaster of about 20+ websites. I mostly do my own writing, but lately I have been getting quite a few submissions from writers. And you know what? I like it!

Yeah, go ahead and send me something. I should warn you though- no spam!!!!! And no duplicate content- yes, I check. Below, you will find my guidelines, websites list, subjects and keywords I’m looking for. Continue reading

Permanent Backlinks For Sale: PR1, PR2, PR3 Text-Links

Permanent Text-Links: High PR Backlinks for Your Website

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There is no better way to increase your website’s page-rank than to acquire quality back-links (links to your website from sites with page-rank), especially text-links.

I currently own and operate some 30+ sites. Many of them have high Google page rank: PR1, PR2, and some PR3. Continue reading

Cheap Domain Names For Sale

Hi everybody!

I have some domain names I’m not using and would sell for cheap. I get them in bundles sometimes, and don’t always develop every name I get, so I can pass them on cheap.

BCSHype.com – $20 (super popular college football search-term)
BSTP.org – $30 (LLL org nice letters) PR3
777crash.com $10 (make a blog about plane crashes)
GarciniaPurchase.com $10 (popular searched keywords)
KopenVimax.com $10 (popular searched keywords)
VimaxDovesicompra.com $5 (popular searched keywords)

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Blog Writer’s Wanted Get Backlinks from PR Sites

Hi there everybody. Take a look at these blogs below. They are all looking for posts, and all allow links and even by-lines if you ask. I ought to know, they are all my sites. this is a great way to get some PR1, PR2 and even PR3 backlinks to your site. Continue reading

Expired and Deleted Domain Names Available- Updated Daily

Here is a killer source for anyone who wants to get a domain name. Consider this- age matters. Google ranks older sites above new ones. So, instead of buying a new domain name (which most experts agree, the good names are long gone), find an expired name and take advantage of the sites age and history. Continue reading