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Are Scrapebox blasts safe for my site?

Discussion in 'White Hat SEO' started by joshinaround, Feb 25, 2011.

  1. joshinaround

    joshinaround Newbie

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    I have an 8 year old site that Im considering hiring someone to do a couple Scrapebox blasts (200 guaranteed links x2). So my question is, will this get me in trouble with Google?

    My feeling is no. Because if so, then I know how to get rid of my competiton! ;)

    Any insight?
     
  2. Gibbzee

    Gibbzee Regular Member

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    That won't get you in trouble. That's not many links at all, especially considering the age of your domain. You would do better to do it on a regular basis though, such as 200 each week or something.
     
  3. joshinaround

    joshinaround Newbie

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    Ah, is that the trick?! Older sites are trusted a bit more, so these blasts dont really hurt them? I mean it would be obvious when a new site starts getting 1000's of links.

    On another note, do these blasts actually get results? Never used them before.
     
  4. adbox

    adbox Power Member

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    Guys I trust say to gradient your linking to something small for the first couple of weeks, say 100 links a day the first week, 200 the second week, and then leave the throttle on until you have the number one spot...(increase throttle as needed) you may have to always run the engine depending on the competition.

    Also I always consider (theoritically because I do not practive link building much... *I have to develop software and take care of customers*), that the indexing of the link is when When google counts it, and indexing usually happens some time after link placement (sometimes even weeks). ...

    whenever a site falls of the serps, they do not worry, and say it's always almost guaranteed to bounce back stronger.

    Thats what they say at least.
     
  5. daveguy

    daveguy Power Member

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    You will be fine with that amount. I blasted a 3 month old domain with a 600 SB blast.So far only like 100 have been indexed. My advice, don't use the rss submitter stuff, just let Google find them naturally, it will look less suspicious. Use the rss submitter if your just trying to build link juice to an off domain article or web 2.0 or something...
     
  6. ScrapeBoss

    ScrapeBoss Elite Member Premium Member

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    What I have always done is building some backlinks around my main sites. I then use those backlinks for SB blasts. I even create a network of blogger blogs filled with spun articles. This has worked for me greatly in increasing traffic and income.