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Automation software for "white hat" looking seo?

Discussion in 'Black Hat SEO' started by Nauthiz666, Feb 20, 2013.

  1. Nauthiz666

    Nauthiz666 Senior Member

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    Anyone still using automation software for white hat sites ? Any tools or suggestions on how to do this? Trying to cut back my outsourcing expenses etc.
     
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    "White hat" and "automated" can't be in the same sentence... If you're looking for white hat SEO don't use automated tools, too risky.
     
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  3. Nauthiz666

    Nauthiz666 Senior Member

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    Well "White hat appearing" is all I care about honestly.
     
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    Sure, just use blackhat softwares 10 seconds seconds a day, it looks like you did it manually.
     
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    Gonna have to be a bit more specific in what kind of bot your looking for. Then more than likely will have to create or hire someone to make you a custom bot that does that :p
     
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    To make your link building efforts "appear whitehat" use handspun content that is readable and avoid footprints/patterns at all costs.
     
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    I'm manually building HQ tier 1 links (guest blogs, PR, YouTube videos) and then using SEnuke/other automated software to link to these.
     
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    This guy gets it.

    Take the time to manually write spintax for a generic article in your niche. We're talking 3 sentences a paragraph, 10 paragraphs. 10 rewrites per sentence, 5 phrase rewrites within those sentences and then individual word replacement. All by hand.

    With that, you've got a shit ton of readable tier 1 articles.
     
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    You mighta swell by content and simply syndicate it to a few sites without spinning it.

    but this is still blackhat. If you linkbuild, in Google's eyes you're blackhat. There really is no whitehat.
     
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    Yeah I agree that syndicating across first tier is a legitimate approach that will probably last longer than spinning because even some gigantic sites like Drudge Report are powered by syndication.

    As for white hat link building, I am actually considering developing a system for building a completely white hat blog network system for when search engines are powered by social metrics and advanced machine reading. It would involve creating high quality blogs that are run by a one or two VA bloggers who write and post cheap content but using a system wherein it's built so that lower intelligence individuals will be likely to press "like" or share on. Idk it's just a completely random idea I had the other day when researching Yandex and considering how to survive whenever our search engines have that kind of algorithm and beyond.
     
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    Use Blackhat Whitehat is not available
     
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    Create a snow-white manually-built tier 1. Write the articles yourself, or have them written using the same outsourcers you're currently using. Link to your main site from those.

    Then use any software you want to spam to your tier 1 instead of your main site.
     
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    This is exactly what I do, and for now it works fine (touch wood). However my guess is that it can't look very white hat, no?
     
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    Automatic backlink creation can be whitehat. You just need custom seo tools. Custom = noo fotprints and complicated bot can make really nice web 2.0 etc. Google dont know if something is created manually or auto. Answering your question i use automation tools (zennoposter) for my whitehat sites with very good results. Only selfmade tools ;)
     
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    What link does look whitehat?
     
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    It all depends on what the "spam" to the 1st tier actually is I guess. I que up a few dozen related articles from article directories that I proof-read and spot-edit (less than a minute each), pass them through wordai and then use my own system of drip-feed web2.0, higher quality article directory (mostly manually approved), document sharing, wiki, higher quality social bookmarking, etc. I pay close attention to link velocity and getting a little bit of everything types of links (as long as the site I'm posting to isn't an obvious spam-fest and has lots of pages indexed in Google).

    I fully fill out profiles, change default junk like "just another wordpress blog", I associate an google+ author account to everything that I can, I reuse article directory profiles, I reuse web2.0s ... no links I make appear to be abandoned accounts. Its that little extra attention to detail that is the difference between top 10 and not-even-in-the-top-1000.
     
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    The question is, if you've got 30 sites to do this for then how do you keep 30 sites alive on these web 2.0 sites? Most of the good sites will delete a blog if they find you creating multiple accounts from similar IPs.

    Also, managing 10-30 web 2.0 blogs per client can be an extreme pain. 30x30 = 900 separate blogs

    The only foreseeable option i can think of is creating web 2.0s about all subjects, the most generic web 2.0 you cn think of and adding content over time, at which point you may aswell buy a domain and do this to lessen the risk from being banned.
     
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    Hundreds of Squid proxies + like I said, I reuse the web2.0s. I don't abandon them. When you abandon them and create new accounts every time you want to promote something, that is not only burning up your proxies, its leaving a big footprint. What's the footprint? "Account used once and then never used again." That is the footprint left by EVERY piece blackhat software you can buy. I reuse article directory profiles, etc.

    Proof 30 articles = half hour. The rest is 100% automated. It's a PITA to set it up, but once its set up it is scalable.

    Relevancy of the promotional blogs isn't a big deal (the relevancy is associated with the article you get the link from, not the overall subject matter of the entire blog).

    There is no risk of being banned if the scale of your system is 100% automated.
     
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    I use private squid proxies and the blogs still get banned. How do you manage the logging in/posting and logging out of the web 2.0s? Sites like jimdo.com have completely different backends.
     
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    Some blogs you can post nearly anything to and they're safe. To those blogs, you post nearly anything to them. Other blogs like to ban when it's completely obvious you're nothing but an internet marketer automating links. To those, you post a whole lot of retarded "I'm a teen, love to go to mall, so and so just said so and so, blah blah" which are tier 2 links, and they link to twitter, facebook, google+1 author accounts, etc. ... you let a site tell you how much they'll let you spam and thats how much you spam. That is only worth it on sites that actually have authority to pass along btw, I wouldn't bother doing that on a spammy site. If you want an idea of sites that are worth it to do that on, http://www.seomoz.org/top500 (the ones you can actually get links from).

    As far as logging in and logging out, posting ... PHP and visual basic, I custom write everything.
     
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