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Automatee Link Building in Non-English languages? How do you do it

Discussion in 'Black Hat SEO' started by seoov, Mar 10, 2014.

  1. seoov

    seoov Junior Member

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    Hello guys, so, it just hit me, as I never really thought of doing SEO locally or in any other language than English. So, my question would be, what if I wanted to start an automation campaign in let's say Russian or Polish? Would automation tools like GSA and Scrapebox and the others still have value? Would I be able to use them or they're just $hit for any other languages except English? I assume I need to scrape local footprints to get them working? However, how do I get those? Thanks in advance!
     
  2. bartosimpsonio

    bartosimpsonio Jr. VIP Jr. VIP Premium Member

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    Automated tools have been used for foreign languages since forever.
     
  3. seoov

    seoov Junior Member

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    Care to elaborate a little bit? Thanks!
     
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    Just use your language in the spam you create, as simple as that.
     
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    i use my foreign language keyword in title and randomly in 2-3 places in the article which is in English . Never had a problem , it is virtually 0% competition keyword . So ranking it is not that hard . Currently trying this strategy for competitive keywords .
     
  6. seoov

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    I was thinking that one way would be to scrape sites with a footprint in that language. Problem is that most 2.0s and forums and blogs have a footprint in english - nobody really bothers making a site 100% in their native tongue.

    What you're saying I assume works quite good for churn and burn - and thank you for the tip :)