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Advertiser Competition Question

Discussion in 'Black Hat SEO' started by demoncrest, Nov 7, 2009.

  1. demoncrest

    demoncrest Registered Member

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    Hi there all, I have been researching all sorts of keywords and looking at a bunch of different niches and have found a few great high paying keywords with low competition, and high search volume. AKA jackpot as far as I can see, and they aren't any trends or things like that, something staying constant.

    However, the question which I had in mind is, if I was to go completely BH and use XRumer to blast my site x amount of times, I was wondering how tough do you all think it would be to rank 1st page on Google (preferably top 5 lets say?) in a keyword which is Maxed in competition aka "Very High Competition"?

    Do you think that the use of XRumer to blast out backlinks would be able to make me out muscle the other companies on the first page of google?

    In trying to figure out an answer to my own question, I was thinking it would be worth it to just try and check those first page competitors backlink count to get an idea of how many I would need to beat them out but I am guessing there will be a bit more to it than just that?

    Please lend your comments and thoughts on this :)

    Thanks All!
     
  2. demoncrest

    demoncrest Registered Member

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    bump :)?
     
  3. penaakul

    penaakul Regular Member

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    it depends on the competition. you should not get scared if #1 site has 200 links but only from one domain. the same thing applies when it comes to xrumer. why should i get scared with your site if it just has links from forums.

    after all, several high quality backlinks beat out thousands of spam links unless you know how to convert those spam links to high quality links. well said, maybe you should study more about seo to unleash the power of xrumer.

    this is what differentiates amateur spammers and professional spammers. so, which are you fall into?
     
  4. demoncrest

    demoncrest Registered Member

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    Well of course I would like to fall into the professional spammer catagory haha, but for that as you suggest I should make sure that I am 100% aware of what will be on my list of things to do will contain before I go all-in on this campaign.

    However, as far as XRumer goes, I am knowledgeable enough about it to know that the main focus is quantity of backlinks, however if you were able to get a high quantity of high PR forums in order for it to post on, that would be so much better than just letting it post to a bunch of PR0/1 sites... thus defined by yourself as seperating "amateur and pro spammers".

    To sum it up, I am a pro spammer with SEO knowledge stuck in the financial situation of an amateur haha. I have the goal in mind but need to piece together the steps I need to take to get there :)

    Thanks for the reply!

    PS: I am willing to venture a guess that any high PR lists which can be used in junction with XRumer are probably harvested and created in order to be sold and profited from due to the amount of time it takes to collect and filter them all out?