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blog comment as T1?

Discussion in 'Black Hat SEO' started by eviltomato, Apr 29, 2014.

  1. eviltomato

    eviltomato Regular Member

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    Trying to figure out stuff to use as T1 besides web 2.0s that i create.

    What about do follow blog comments with anchor text and very few OBLs on the page? Too spammy looking i am guessing.
     
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  2. remingtonbt532

    remingtonbt532 Registered Member

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    Yes they are spammy and you have absolutely no control over them. They will get spammed with all kinds of trash in the future which will make them useless. The website owner could delete comments, or even close his website. I don't see this to work in the long term. If you are doing it automatically with a software for fast short term rankings the yes it is good.
     
  3. eviltomato

    eviltomato Regular Member

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    point well taken. I created a bunch of web 2s with some hand spun stuff i created today that is perfectly readable. Havnt even created a T2 yet and some of them are being poped.

    I could buy domains and create my own T1, but people recommend to have it hosted in different locations... thats what makes it super expensive.
     
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    BENNY8877 Supreme Member

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    You can use quality article directories or doc sites.
     
  5. eviltomato

    eviltomato Regular Member

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    didnt realize doc sites allowed contextual backlinks.

    By any of a chance have a list of "quality" directories? I know a ton of them have really gone downhill
     
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    BENNY8877 Supreme Member

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    Sorry I don't, but I'm sure you can find a good list in Google, and make sure the link is do-follow (of the doc site).
     
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    eviltomato (great name),

    It totally depends on the niche you are in, go for "quality over quantity" and look to build strong long-lasting links from authority sites in your niche. These might be guest posts, or paid links on existing authority sites but they're unlikely to vanish any time soon and they wont be spammed to death.
     
  8. nonai

    nonai Power Member

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    blog comments are good as long as 1) you do it a little, not too much 2) the sites are moderated and there is no chance they will get spammed. in my experience, about 10 to 20 % of sites will accept your comment even if it has a link as long as you are saying something that sounds kind of meaningful. dont say shit like "I enjoyed the information, keep me posted"
     
  9. winklerchelsea

    winklerchelsea Newbie

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    I would avoid them though they continue to work as well as they ever did.
     
  10. eviltomato

    eviltomato Regular Member

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    Yea every time that i have tried quantity over quality... just never seems to work
     
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    bro quality blogcomments are very helpfull for any website to increase in google rank
     
  12. tiagorossi

    tiagorossi Junior Member

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    The biggest problem here are to find several ******** high PR pages from different sites since they approve only about 10% also I use to get more success commenting with some real Name or a na?e followed with a kw like "Charles Loan"
    I saw several guys ranking high and the majority of their links are only with their names but the links are from niche relevant pages with high PR, its good to be ar some RSS feeds and try to get the 1st comment at good sites also instead of posting only at high PR posts
     
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    After how many posts will you sell these accounts? And for how much?
     
  14. eviltomato

    eviltomato Regular Member

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    One of my niche sites is in the "job" field... so i will upload a bunch of unique stuff to some doc sites that have contextual backlinks and are ********... will spam the hell out of those pages.

    My other niche site is in fashion, so i will upload uniques to some article directories that have contextual backlinks and are ********.... will spam the hell out of them also.

    That should work for a T1. I just dont want to use web 2s because they get deleted.