google attracts some of the brights minds in coding, as a matter of principle & professional vanity, no engineer is going to do shit manually, when there are solutions already available to scale with code.
2 years you could use google doc's for readability test algo's like ARI & flesch?kincaid...
no disrespect, your assumption that networks like ANL can't be target algorithmically is just as naive as maulana counter measures.
its stupid easy, even for a tard coder like me, because there is already multiple open source code & databases to target ALN monster footprint.
check the headers, your looking for the http status codes, thats what G crawlers are reading. tinyurl & bitly resolve as a 301, aka perment redirect, not "dynamic" URLs. dyamic would be 307, and some URL shortners are 307, but not these two.
yeah, sure redirecting root of bitly or tinyurl...
ok, lets imagine for a moment that you have a valid point, my tinyurl example still proves the point.
BUT, bit.ly changing their DNS to bitly.com dosn't change anything in the context of my arguement.
look, bit.ly has its own wikipedia page telling the story...
1. tinyurls.com 301 redirections is just theory?
2. tinyurls.com domain registration created on 27-Jan-2002 is just theory?
3. 100,000's of people using tinyurls and not reporting magic-bullet SEO super powers is just theory?
here's some stuff to consider about old domains & whether they do or don't pass age off-site via 301's
lets look at a domain like tinyurls.com
domaintools says: domain registration created on 27-Jan-2002.
A 10yr old site like tinyurls.com would be classed a old domain, so it should have more...
You posted this 2 pages ago, and now you post
dosn't matter if you have 10,000 sites or none, you claimed that one site was yours in the OP
that site was sold by the same user account that sold your hiphop site
so even if it is a friend at time of sale, you have just confirmed that;
the reg date for that domain was late october, and sold by you beginning of Nov 2011 for sub $100 @ flippa, no magic-bullet aged 301 and the ANL service you where pimping didn't start till after xmas....but the after flippa flop fail ANL blast has dates in its URLS like...
considering all your claims, would'nt you think its reasonable to expect the site where you are selling your SEO guru services would actual rank for something? I've been searching real hard to find it ranking for anything.
what is the keyword your still TOP 10 for?
Look at the link...
bobby, there are just a few "small" problems with that statement, and most likely, this whole thread.
here's just a small start on why:
1. all your flippa flop fails
2. i found all your "first page" proof sites and they have no 301's from ANL
3. your guru site still not ranking for shit...
great to hear, i was worried for a bit. i'm sure lots of ppl will be looking forward to bobbies return.
now, lets get this party started.
few quick questions bobby,
1. considering your website, that you where pimping in this thread, humbly mentions you are an "SEO Expert Who Outranks 100...
i make all my authority sites with frontPage express 2.0. the intellisense autocompletion makes light work of metatag keyword stuffing, but the interactive .gif buttons are the secret to getting the repeat visitors.
Its definitely XR blasting
I must say, its not cool outing other ppl's sites just to score guru cred. People who actually rank sites for ultra competitive niches understand that...because they are shit scared it could happen to them.
There are two ways to attacking the problem but it depends on the niche & the keywords your targeting. But either way, its a bitch to do.
If its generic high concept keyword that don't kick in the local 10packs/google places & returns SERPS that arn't too GEO biased you can use geoIP/geoDNS...
Selling link lists of platforms that arn't common knowledge is crazy talk. Its a act of short term cash flow desperation or admission that yeah i suck @ seo and i can't exploit the list myself.
The money you can earn by keeping the list out of the public domain & using the lists for getting...