Discussion in 'Black Hat SEO' started by blacklinux, Apr 22, 2014.
How is it possible? it's a main domain, will that domain be banned by google?
sitewide, look what it means
that... or the usual which is simply AA comment posts.
On an auto approve blog you can have 1000's of blogposts, each set to auto approve comments. So when you blast it with scrapebox you'll most prob be hitting the same blog dozens of times on dozens of pages getting you dozens of different links from the same site per each blast.
There's only about 5-7 K AA blogs out there at any given time..... this is how people selling GSA lists and such can claim to have 35,000 Unique Comment links..... because they are all pages from the same domain.
but look at the picture, only ~ 500 are sitewide, the rest 13k are not sitewide
just like SEO_ALCHEMY said it's probably AA Blog Comments !!
just look up how many links he got from each domain, then you'll understand.
Go to "Reffering Domains" then read what is under "Backlinks Count"
There are only few domains...about 11k from forum, 700 from another forum and the rest from forum... properly signature ? there so footer or sitewide links from those forums
you can click on those links and see where they are placed.
Each link coming from a domain can be counted more than once. One link can be counted 4x (example).
Sorry, I should have mentioned forum signatures also....
Each forum profile is a separate page with a separate link.... at least that's how aHrefs would see it. I highly doubt most of those are indexed in google or it really gives a shit about them as far as rankings go..... they'll still show in aHrefs because it has its own spidering and is designed to show its subscribers all the links it can find.
But yes, if you have found that most of the referring domains are forums, then this is simply multiple signatures from multiple forum profiles on the same domains.
Chances are this individual ordered an Xrumer blast, and was promised 10,000 forum links... but those 10,000 forum links come from just a few easily spammed forums....... then again, if they are ranking well with this approach then go figure
Separate names with a comma.