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Best way to get links to a website?

Discussion in 'Black Hat SEO' started by ejrussell, Dec 19, 2011.

  1. ejrussell

    ejrussell Regular Member

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    What are your recommendations?

    Se nuke
    Xgen seo
    blog networks
    backlinkindexer

    and so forth.

    What do you guys usually do?
     
  2. kokoloko75

    kokoloko75 Elite Member

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    Write a text letter to the website owner...

    Otherwise, ScrapeBox will be your friend.

    Beny
     
  3. SmileAtmyWins

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    You create articles, submit them to article directories, etc and then you backlink the article directories. The article would obviously have an anchor text to your website somewhere in the article.
     
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    download Supreme Member

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    With recents updates such as Panda the most important thing is link diversity. Make your links as diverse as possible - e.g. some nofollow, some ********; some high PR; some low PR; some blog comments, some profile links, etc.
     
  5. sixalarm

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    All of the above :-D. The key to a strong link building campaign is a healthy balance between quantity, quality and diversity. Keep those three factors in balance and you will have a lot of success. In regards to tools, unless you have a large budget and ample time to learn how to use the tools, then I would put emphasize on how many functions that particular tool can help with verses the cost of the tool. As a result, scrapebox is gonna be at the top of the list because of all the things it can do. As for Senuke, well, I was not a big fan of it. Once I realized that after a few months of using it I could have bought a plethora of one time pay tools, that kind of turned me off to it. However, it all depends on what you are trying to accomplish. My personal favorites are Scrapebox, AMR, and BMD. I use those to do my heavy lifting, and most of the rest I manually do myself.