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Best ways/sources to build links/power to Web2.0 buffer sites

Discussion in 'Black Hat SEO' started by Ghoast, Mar 20, 2012.

  1. Ghoast

    Ghoast Power Member

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    I like to play it in a safer way with G so I always use Web2.0 buffer sites pointing to my money site..

    Up until now I'd been using article marketing and scrapebox to add link juice to the Web2.0s..

    I've recently come across a problem however, the private network I was using to post the articles to has stopped giving out the links so it's very hard for me to further build links to the articles(sure you can use software to search for the backlinks, but it's never 100% accurate and it's also slow)..

    What methods and sources do you guys use to build links to your Web2.0 buffer sites? I'm sure others will find this very useful too..
     
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  2. WCO12

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    If I can't get the links then I just accept that there will be some lost links that I never find and work 2-4 weeks behind. If you are getting links up on the network consistently then there will be no real downtime after the initial waiting period, you'll just be building up links that were originally created 2 weeks ago instead of yesterday

    I don't do this currently but you can use T2 Web 2.0s in place of articles and blast those if you don't want to do raw blasts on your T1s.

    I've created some of my own blogs and put up articles to point to my T1s. I don't have my automation amd custom software situated yet to really expand this so I can't speak to the results.
     
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  3. Ghoast

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    Hmm, okay so you're saying best bet is just to put them up on the private network then use software to track them down and then build to them? I guess this is okay, a little slow though...

    Anyone have any experience with blasting Tier 1 Web2.0 properties with Scrapebox, Xrumer, bookmarks etc?
     
  4. ActionTaker

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    Honestly I wouldn't really use SB as I doubt it gives anything with a super spammed list. At the moment I'm getting some xRumer links done for tier 1. I like to get high quality backlinks, though they may not be from a relevant page and then just send profile links to them with my keywords as anchor.
     
  5. WCO12

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    For my small operation just getting started that has not yet gotten the backend investments in automation and personal blog networks running, yeah I think that is the best bet. I like link diversity so I don't want to throw out blog network postings entirely, which leaves me with only the one option currently.

    You could also switch to another network that gives you the links. I really doubt that not publishing links provides a blog network any sort of protection from the watchful eyes of Google anyway.

    I have blasted T1 Web 2.0s with 50,000 SB links with no ill effect that I can discern, but I've only done this twice as a test so it isn't much of a sample size.