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Autobloging to gain contextual backlinks?

Discussion in 'Black Hat SEO' started by wes_one, May 23, 2011.

  1. wes_one

    wes_one Junior Member

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    Ok so I have this crazy idea.But I dont think it would work very well(as you see by my posts I am still a newbie to everything)

    Ok so idea is that you get alot of blogspot blogs(wordpress can work too but that way you would have to pay) and put some content on them from relevant rss feeds(these can be random,any nichee,any CPC,any competition will work as long as you get indexed).
    When all your blogs have 5-10 articles(in about 10 days) you make 100-200 spun aricles with best spinner(quality of articles doesnt matter as much but uniqueness should be over 50%,also number of articles depends on amount of blogs,each blog should get one)
    When you make your articles then just post them to your blogs.When your are done with that all you have to do is some off-page SEO to get indexed by google(if possible do some minor blast with BMD and SB)


    I know those blogs would be PR0 and would be pretty much worthless for google but since Panda update seems like google loves in-text backlinks and getting 200-Unlimited contextual backlinks with this method would be piece of cake


    What do you think would this work?

    P.S:I know google is smart and that this would provoably leave a an obvious trace of doing un-natural backlinking but still its a method,and I am a newb