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A programmer who doesn care about marketing behind on SEO tech has a question

Discussion in 'Black Hat SEO' started by 0m1kr0n, Oct 24, 2015.

  1. 0m1kr0n

    0m1kr0n Newbie

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    I don't care about internet marketing or grinding at it to make what is really little-money especially given algorithmic mitigation in recent years by big indexers/search-engines. I AM interested in what happened to BHSEO since Google has started fighting; it's the most used indexer.

    What have people like the guy who made "Google Sniper" gone on to do? What are new methods? From what I seen you all are still grinding but have to use AI content generators and be picky about backlink quality now. Is this close to accurate?

    I'm about to release a tool for Google Maps business listing and might do something in BHSEO if there is a demand for solutions outside of A.I. content generation.
     
  2. Rotem Guez

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    New tools/methods are always in demand...
     
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    Asif WILSON Khan Executive VIP Jr. VIP

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    Google Sniper 2.0 then Google Sniper 3.0, I have a feeling his next product might be Google Sniper 4.0 but that is just a stab in the dark.
     
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  4. 0m1kr0n

    0m1kr0n Newbie

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    If I remember correctly the entire system was using throw-up WP sites with good keywords then just putting them on propagator sites and making revenue off clickbank CPM. Do new SERP algorithms not kill that methodology?

    I think he or someone else mention using Amazon sales too.
     
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    Listen buddy, back in 2010 all you needed was a copy of senuke and an indexing service. Its changed now, do yourself a favor and read more on this forum.

    No one is going to give you the ABC's of ranking.

    Just my two cents!
     
  6. rob1977

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    I'm under the impression that most public bots emerge from private solutions to your own every day seo conundrums which are then re packaged for commercial appeal.

    It's quite hard to say what is the next big thing other than what solves a problem. To find the problem you really have to be at the coal face.
     
  7. 0m1kr0n

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    I'm not a internet marketer so I don't actually -need- to know it. I'd rather license products and make revenue off bitcoin fees than setup niche pages on a weekly bases and make 1/3 the money at best..

    Meh.. I guess I could of spent five hours scouring articles and ebooks to get the info.. Most of the info is embedded in content that is selling you the secret to selling the secret to selling the secret etc..

    If you go by the typical strategy of top-earners right now it's basically the same work-flow just with AI content generators and more conscious back-link QA..

    It's still going to be content indexing decades from now. Probably just with better AI driving SERP along the way.. I'd watch Google and IBM they have the most ambitious projects and the best developers.
     
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  8. mantic0re

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    Do yourself a favour and just look up the article that shows the correlation of all different aspects that are considered by search engines. Sadly I haven't bookmarked it but I am sure that a tech is able to find it. Based on that info you will be able to deduct a lot more than what you find on these forums. I am not really an internet marketeer myself, but I find that most aspects speak for themselves. Though you may still find some useful info on these forums though(which is why I am here).