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backlinks from hacked websites

Discussion in 'Black Hat SEO' started by nonai, May 29, 2014.

  1. nonai

    nonai Power Member

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    I was checking somebody's backlinks and they have a lot of backlinks similar to this:
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    http://abqballooning.com/wp-content/upgrade/enhancement/improvement/cashforsettlement.html
    according to my initial research, this is some kind of a hacked wordpress backlink.

    does anyone know where/how I could get such backlinks? I dont think it's sape links, although I could be wrong.
     
  2. salmanseo982

    salmanseo982 Regular Member

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    it is black hat method its called worm links mostly use for adult sites old trick
     
  3. jstover77

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    What is the point though? I see this shit on a couple of my sites. He creates a bunch of links to your site on hacked pages and then over time he redirects them to this stupid home expert site. Is it to inflate his traffic? I just don't see the purpose.
     
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    Bump. Anyone who can explain this?
     
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    Is it 301 redirect? if Yes then i am sure either he is spamming your sites or pointing sape [or bought links] to transfer the link juice to his sites. He is using these sites as a buffer.
     
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    Yeah but if he redirects it back to his site, why are the links showing up in my link profile.
     
  8. tb303

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    Rather than stick his own site url on a hacked page straight off the bat he is linking to a random site (ie yours) and giving it time to see if the links stick (or get busted/trigger a penalty). If they stick with no apparent problems he then changes the links to the site he wishes to funnel to the link juice to.

    I mean you would be pretty dumb to hack some random site and drop a link to your own site in there straight away as you never know what the site owners reaction would be.
     
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    I know this is an old thread but my current analysis showed that these kind of links are the only one which raise the trust flow of the destination page. This reason is that many of these hacked/shelled/worm back links are located in the navigation/footer, so the average Trust-Flow of a domain can transferred directly to the destination.
    When you create a guest (Blog) post this post has its own sub-page has only a very small amount of the domain-wide trust flow even when the links are d0 fo11ow. Just visit majestic or MOZ OSE and compare the TF/DA marks of a domain and the URL of its sub-page ...

    When I did my analysis I found sub-pages with a TF/DA <5 even when the domain had a TF/DA of 60.
     
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