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blog commenting after disavow links tool published

Discussion in 'Black Hat SEO' started by duzap, Oct 24, 2012.

  1. duzap

    duzap Registered Member

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    is it right to do link building through blog commenting?

    I am using scrapebox to find 2-6 pagerank blogs and then filter them by external links lower than 30

    are these considered to be high quality links? if not, what's the right way to build links after this tool is released?
     
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    Hi Duzap,

    The Disavow tool and whether you should do blog commenting are two completely different and unconnected things. Blog commenting, when done right, could be helpful for your site's rankings, and there are several guides here on BHW on how to do it right. Alternately, you could also engage the services of a good reputed seller from the buy/sell section. Will save you tons of time.
    The disavow tool is just to notify google of negative links leading back to your site, so it can stop considering them while calculating your site's SEO authority. I would recommend that newbies don't touch disavow till the verdict about its efficiency is out. Cheers :)
     
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    duzap Registered Member

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    can you link me to these guides? something that is related to scrapebox would be nice
    that's the only program I am having
     
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    ^^^^^^^^^^^^ This

    Disavow seems for now to be primarily a placebo for frustrated webmasters and a data collection device for Google.

    Links are links (and are as important - if not more so than EVER)
    I see the idea of getting links on sites that are unlikely to be mentioned in disavow claims might be considered a decent idea, but in practice linking to Auto approve lists full of PR0 sites with tens of thousands of OBL's (if not to start with - then soon after being published on an AA list) has for 18 months been pretty much a waste of time if you are promoting a decent site. It's still a half decent tactic for the microsite boys (as is forum profile spamming) but for the rest of us.... I would move on. Use scrapebox or whatever to select decent targets. Each link is worth more now, so consider 1000 links a great day rather than 100,000.

    That's not "White Hat" that's just what works. No point being obstinatley old fashioned Black Hat if the 2008 methods that are being used no longer turn a profit, that's just being stupid.

    The OP's strategy of looking for decent metrics before linking - PR, on topic, low OBL - and then using at least half decent comments is probably a sound one, and is best practice anyway.

    As for the LDT. Another of Googles "hit 'em hard and often" tactics. SO many updates - interlinkined, whoever is ion charge at Google of understanding how they all interconnect must have had a brain melt by now. I'd go firther and say I doubt anyne in a major search engine has got more than an overview "broad brush" idea of how these many uber complex algos interconnect any more. It's becoming a brain melt.

    End of the day though. Links more important than ever - just be more selective.

    Scritty
     
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