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Best way to "get social proof" for new page?

Discussion in 'Black Hat SEO' started by bstsystems, Jul 9, 2011.

  1. bstsystems

    bstsystems Regular Member

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    So I've hired out my article marketing, blog network distribution, xrumer profile pyramid etc.

    I know that google wants social proof, so what is the best way to do it?

    Hire twitter tweets of the page's url?

    Delicious?
    Stumbleupon?
    Digg?

    Combination of the above?

    Hire Facebook likes to my website's fan page and post a link to the page url on my wall?

    I'm looking for a streamlined process that I can repeat to do with every new page I upload to my site.
     
  2. cash202

    cash202 Elite Member Premium Member

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    I posted it several times on BHW already but since you've asked.

    The goal is to get automated social links across all your link network.
    The answer - RSS mashups and distribution via social network aggregation service.

    Here is the simple method. Make RSS feeds off your content, take them from Web 2.0,
    blogs, use HTML to RSS to create feeds. Mix them all together using Yahoo Pipes or
    xFrutis.

    Register at HelloTXT. Outsource someone to create accounts with profiles on all social
    sites supported by HelloTXT. Connect all the accounts to HelloTXT.

    Take your mashed up feed from Yahoo Pipes and feed it to HelloTXT via TwitterFeed.
    If you mashed up some Web 2.0 or blog feeds, TwitterFeed via HelloTXT will distribute
    all new posts automatically.

    Rinse and repeat for new set of accounts and new mashups. Create as many randomly
    mashed up feeds as you can.
     
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  3. seoarticle

    seoarticle Junior Member

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    @ cash202

    This is going to give a huge boost via social media and it also provides the much required social proof that google now requires. I think facebook popularity made google to think in the path of social media.

    Anyway we have our BlackHatWorld to come over any new thing that search engines want.
     
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    i always have a facebook fan page for almost all of my websites.
     
  5. bstsystems

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    I typed in mashups, and rss feeds on this website and can't find any of your other posts

    What is the benefit of mixing them up? What is the strategy that you use to mix them? Should I just search for a yahoo pipes tutorial on google to figure out how to do it?

    So I need to log into each account separately and push a "connect to hellotxt" link or something? Is this something you hire out then?

    What do you mean automatically, like drip feeding? What is the benefit of mashing? What does all of this do exactly? I searched google and can't find any sites talking about this method. Can you explain more about it? I'm getting frustrated because I've never even worked with RSS feeds before, and all of my pages just lost all of their ranking because I didn't diversify my links enough & hadn't done any Web 2.0 or social support. So this method I think will be what helps get their ranking back, but I can't begin without really understanding the details of how it works.


    So each time I want to market a new article that I upload to my site I will have to hire out a new fiverr gig to make a whole new set of accounts, then hire another person to connect those accounts to hellotxt? Is this because google won't give any extra benefit to all articles promoted from the same account as the 1st article promoted?

    Where did you learn all of this stuff?
     
  6. bstsystems

    bstsystems Regular Member

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    Anyone have these answers?
     
  7. elvis1973

    elvis1973 Power Member

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    Are you offering this as part of your paid service?
     
  8. cash202

    cash202 Elite Member Premium Member

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    Will be soon. I am plugging Web 2.0 into HelloTXT now one site at a time.
     
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    cash202 Elite Member Premium Member

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    There is no strategy. It is just the way to make one RSS feed out of many. You can also use Feedage RSS blender for the same purpose.

    It is HelloTXT's job to push shit to other sites. You only need to link all your social accounts to HelloTXT account. After you linked all is autopilot.

    I recently bought three full HelloTXT packages for $51 (three sets of all HelloTXT accounts). You can search forums for the service like this. I value my time too mcuh to waste it creating accounts unless I am learning or developing a system.

    I PM'd you some good Yahoo Pipes tutorial. Have a read.

    The goal is to have all your post from all your account syndicated on all your social profiles. Mashup is hust a way to make one feed from many. You can mix your own feeds with some news feeds and/or other people's feed to make it look more natural (similar to RSS camouflage in Bookmarking Demon)

    No, of course not. You can use one single HelloTXT account. You just publish an article and RSS feed of the site you publish your article at, gets updates. Since your mashup contains this feed, it gets updated too. Then TwitterFeed sees this update and pushes it to HelloTXT. HelloTXT pushes it to all other social networks. So, you publish an article and get shitloads of social mentions on autopilot.

    That's classified. First rule of the fight club.
     
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    Yo you rule dude, haha. Thanks for the advice. I was going to rep you for it, but apparently I already have and it won't let me until I rep other people, hah! Can you PM me that Yahoo Pipes tutorial BTW?
     
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    Does this get you slapped for duplicate content?

    Sent from my SPH-D700 using Tapatalk
     
  12. cash202

    cash202 Elite Member Premium Member

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    It doesn't. There is no such slap. It is one of the urban legends. Like Google
    "sandbox" and "penalty".

    It is just a status update, for crying out loud.
     
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  13. klawre1221

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    Good stuff. Subscribed.
     
  14. dummydecoy

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    this is what i'm looking for
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