Backlinks for refer.us or bit.ly?

Discussion in 'Black Hat SEO' started by ErjeBoevem, Mar 6, 2010.

  1. ErjeBoevem

    ErjeBoevem BANNED BANNED Premium Member

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    I am doing blog spamming on pr+ 2 blog. Unfortunaly akismet block my links pretty fast. So I am asking: If I use bit.ly links to cloak my site for the spamming - will google give a backlink to the orginal site?
     
  2. booster2ooo

    booster2ooo Junior Member

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    IMO, it should.
    Let's take an exemple:
    LongURL: http://www.blackhatworld.com
    ShortURL: http://bit.ly/aHuML

    When you go to bit.ly/aHuML:
    It replies:

    TinyURL: /47bfjc
    Reply:
    As it's a 301 redirect, it SHOULD drive the PR to BHW.
    Maybe some guru might confirm that analisys.
     
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  3. jaybird

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    I dont know about that, I have tried it over the past 3 weeks myself... can't really tell but I use this method in the following way:

    ... if you will use shorturls in the NAME field, and put the real website in the comments it not only passes askimet but it still counts as a backlink to yahoo and all the other SE.
    ...

    Just my 2 cents

    Jaybird
     
  4. ErjeBoevem

    ErjeBoevem BANNED BANNED Premium Member

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    @Booster 2000 - I think I will check it to be 100% myself, by making a new site and only give it shorturl backlinks

    And out the real website in the comments? I think akismet blocks links in the comment box too (and ofcourse it counts as a backlink when you have the link in the comment post.

    Or did you mean: When using alink in the name field it will count as a backlink and bypass akismet?
     
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