Blog commenting on money site.

Discussion in 'Black Hat SEO Tools' started by raza01, Nov 19, 2012.

  1. raza01

    raza01 Regular Member

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    Hi Friends, In order to maintain the diversity of keywords I am blasting my money site with PR5 and higher blogs. I am using real names (200 of them) in order to make it more genuine. Right now I have 30% of diverse anchor texts and 70% keywords anchors.

    I am linking around 30 blogs every day. Is it safe to do so?
     
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    shaggy93 Senior Member

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    I would prefer that you use LSI and generic instead of the real names.
     
  3. raza01

    raza01 Regular Member

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    what is LSI ?
     
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    LSI stands for Latent Semantic Indexing and it means words like the your keywords but words that help put the keyword in some sort of context...
     
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  5. raza01

    raza01 Regular Member

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    If for example my keyword is homes for sale. What could be LSI for it.
     
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    raza01 the high pr blogs you blast to are autoapprove or moderated blogs ?
     
  8. lee.golibu

    lee.golibu BANNED BANNED

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    I like using LSC. Real name is ok but I think it will be easy for Google to see.