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Blasting these properties. Yay, or nay?

Discussion in 'Black Hat SEO' started by thedon23, Oct 23, 2011.

  1. thedon23

    thedon23 Elite Member

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    I've recently been submitting articles to sites like:

    All articles I submit are one hundred percent unique. Trying to make Panda happy hahah.

    Anyways, my plan was after a week or so of the articles being live, having them blasted with AMR.

    I know a lot of web 2.0's end up deleting your properties if they notice tons of incoming links. But how about with sites like the ones above? Any risk in what I plan to do?

    Thanks everyone
     
  2. TheRealRazzy

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    Do some experiments and test out which sites will delete your posts/articles and which won't.

    Blast your articles/posts with AMR and then blast each AMR new page with backlinks from Xrumer/Scrapebox.

    This way you'll have a multi tiered system.

    Money Site <--- Articles <--- AMR <--- Xrumer/Scrapebox Links

    and also do...

    Money Site <--- Articles <--- Xrumer/Scrapebox Links


    Mix it up and enjoy :)
     
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  3. thedon23

    thedon23 Elite Member

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    Thanks for the advice bro. Appreciate it!
     
  4. Dan Da Man

    Dan Da Man Elite Member Premium Member

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    I have never heard of web 2.O sites deleting posts because of incoming links to that post. That is absurd
     
  5. Kickflip

    Kickflip BANNED BANNED

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    I also think that would be quite bizarre. Why would a company be upset that you are bringing them new business, visitors and authority?
     
  6. Dan Da Man

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    Right? And to monitor that kind of activity across a huge network would be ridiculous. The only way I see posts even getting deleted is if they are flagged by some sort of activity (senukex will do this) and if your content is garbage which is only deleted if it shows up in serps and someone reports it. I have the worse spun garbage across various web 2.O sites and they are still standing today getting blasted to shit!
     
  7. thedon23

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    Sorry, I wasn't completely clear. I was talking about crappy links (like Xrumer links). Pretty sure I read somewhere that it raises a red flag if one of your properties gets like 20,000 profile links to it in a few days, and they delete it. But may have been BS. Thanks for clarifying guys. :cool: