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104 Instant Backlinks Generator (Online)

Discussion in 'White Hat SEO' started by Nimrod, Apr 3, 2010.

  1. Nimrod

    Nimrod Newbie

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    http://marketingblogonline.com/autobacklinks/

    Just thought I'd share this tool I just found. I know a couple of members have posted stuff like this before, but I don't think one with 104 backlinks has been posted yet.
    Basically these are just "Who is" style backlinks, but it's still a great way to get indexed by Google.

    Hope I helped!
     
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  2. 4209211

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    Thanks for the automated list. I read about the process before but it was time consuming to do it manually, this was a breeze !
     
  3. Lo Stallone Italiano

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    Good job!
     
  4. Leeaf

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    nice job thanks
     
  5. Nimrod

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    Just found another one:

    http://www.freesitescripts.com/

    These guys claim to get you 663 Backlinks, although from what I've seen, alot of their links are dead.
    Either way, who cares? It's automatic! Even if just 20 backlinks from here it'll be worth it.

    Good Luck.


    <EDIT>

    Apparently this script has been made by our very own "Kaidoristm"! So please show him your appreciation too :)
     
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  6. bgibson8708

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    I tried it. Haven't seen any new links yet but will let you know. Thanks though, hopefully it works.
     
  7. raydaniels

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    Thanks I just type in my domain name.
     
  8. 4209211

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    Do we have to just click submit or copy the urls generated and hit them up manually? (Because this was giving me a msg when completed to stay on the site etc).

    Thanks for the link, I think a lot will be covered between this and the OP's link (Edit: Ok just saw you ARE the OP)...
     
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  9. kaidoristm

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    Wtf ... my script is there :confused:
     
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  10. Nimrod

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    What do you mean your script is there?
    Is
    your site?
    I never claimed these sites are mine by the way...I just found them on Google and thought I'd post them here.
    I'll give you credit for the script just in-case so you'll be happy though!
     
  11. kaidoristm

    kaidoristm Power Member

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    Nah not that one on the sidebar automated social bookmarks is mine
     
  12. sciborg

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    Would you consider sharing the script?
     
  13. kaidoristm

    kaidoristm Power Member

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    The one you see there is outdated and does not work very well. Also i wont share it cause made an membership website of it. And cause it's not free to join im not allowed to post a link :)
     
  14. Nimrod

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    I think a very large amount of the links on the 2nd one don't work though... atleast from what I've tested.
     
  15. intellex

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    I'm VERY VERY sorry to post a comment such as this... but its typical of Estonians to keep everything under closed guard and paid. I mean even the washrooms in the Tallinn malls, you have to pay for them.

    I'm Estonian myself.
     
  16. Nimrod

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    ...'the hell's wrong with you?!
     
  17. intellex

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    Well... I'm just frustrated, I'm Estonian myself, for the past year and a half I've been trying out living in Tallinn, Estonia (after living in Canada for 20 years) and ... with my experience so far, I'm pretty frustrated that in Estonia you pay for every bloody thing! There are fees for everything, there's even sometimes a fee just so that you can pay (I recently bought an airplane ticket where I had to pay a fee for using my credit card).

    In the mall here, you have to pay for the washroom. Which is fine but its pretty ridiculous that the costs of operating the washrooms are covered by the lease to have a shop there and then on top they charge customers to use the washroom.

    And what kind of frustrates me most, is that everybody is pretty much on their own. While in North America I have noticed that people have a much different mentality where people are eager to share knowledge, experience and whatever. But thats on the condition that the information is available. For example, you meet a fellow professional in a certain field ESPECIALLY in the internet marketing field, and they are willing to share some knowledge or tools that they've picked up through experience FREE OF CHARGE. The knowledge that they share with you is attainable knowledge through research or whatever so there's no point in hiding that knowledge or expertise. In North America, people are more open minding to cooperating and collaborating with you than in Estonia and I have experienced much more success with such open minded people. Estonia is rich with professionals and talented people... but they will only collaborate with you for a price. They will charge you money simply just to talk to you. This is the reason many projects that I have participated in, have failed!

    And not only that, its over charged! There have been so many cases where a programmer was referred to me and I asked them to complete a simple task for me (not something that I can't get done myself, but would be nice to save some personal time), custom work but nothing too complex, Yeah they charged me double than what the job is worth.. my response is simply "fuck it I'll do it myself", I do, and in the end the task is complete and all I've spent is my time and the programmer continues to complain that he has a hard time paying the bills.

    What exactly frustrates me though is that many projects in Estonia are failing because of this trait in people, I understand that its a small country, wages are low and the market is very slim. But its proven that communities are stronger, and best results are achieved through collaboration and cooperation, not when each person tries to squeeze every extra Kroon (Estonian currency) out of each person that wants to work with them.

    And in this case, this forum is a community which is created for the purpose of sharing knowledge and helping each other out. So its not fair when someone leeches other people's expertise and doesn't contribute anything other than "sorry membership only" of a tool that can be simply made by someone with the expertise.

    If someone feels that this member has made a significant contribution, I sincerely apologize and will take all my words back. And mind you this isn't against Estonian people or the nation at all... this is mostly directed to people who put a dollar on accessible information that doesn't contribute in the advancement of anything other than their own personal wallet. The internet wasn't created for that purpose.
     
  18. kaidoristm

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    Wow that was an nice slapping :) . And i have no problem with it if your doing it yourself and will release it for free. :)
     
  19. Nimrod

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    Wow... I was not expecting that "intellex"...
    Let's try and stop this thread from going off-topic though ok? The last thing I need is a prejudiced debate about Estonians...
     
  20. sharingan

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    This site is superb. I just got more than 90 backlinks. Thanks