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Blog comments spam: Competitors backlinks?

Discussion in 'Black Hat SEO' started by AceCanoe, Jan 3, 2017.

  1. AceCanoe

    AceCanoe Junior Member

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    Yesterday I read and followed a guest post on t0mmy's blog regarding how to create the same backlinks as your competitors. So I used open site explorer and signed up for the 30 day trial.

    When I pasted my competitors site on there, all I saw was blog comments. They all look liked spam to me, just very random sites and posts that were posted back in 2011 and commented on recently. I saw hundreds of comments on each page.

    If anybody knows, how are they doing all these blog comments? There's literally hundreds of them. I'm not sure if this is manual or automated but I'm going to guess that it's automated. Are they doing this with GSA or buying GSA blasts?

    Also, would you recommend to duplicate these backlinks? I mean they don't sound like their amazing quality but if their ranking first page because of these blog comments, I'd like to see if it does the same for my site. I'd appreciate any advise on what I can do. Thanks in advanced!
     
  2. AceCanoe

    AceCanoe Junior Member

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    Anybody?
     
  3. darulez

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    Why not. Just post to the strongest ones :)
    Next time use ahrefs too.
    And don't use exact match ..
    Links btw can take weeks till you see new juice ...

    But you are sure your have your on page right ? Fixing that ... You need less work in all cases
     
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  4. sub001

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    Seriously? You waited a full 29 minutes before you bumped the thread?! How noble of you!
     
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    Like @darulez said. It's unlikely the comments alone are pushing the site. Get your on-page in order. "Good enough" on-page is just about as effective as "bad" on-page. Step up your game. Then, look at the comments they have and do the best ones yourself. Pick an album of fast-paced music and, for the duration of the album, post comments on all the best ones. You'd be amazed by what you can do with a focused hour.

    Other than that, there are services here that do random blast comments. I like @subbseo's service.
     
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  6. sami2020

    sami2020 Newbie

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    When I pasted my competitors site on there, all I saw was blog comments ..l quess it's good idea
     
  7. AceCanoe

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    Do you use Majestic to see which ones are the strongest e.g being compared to TF/CF?
    Yeah, my on page is good. And my anchor texts are also spread out into LSI/Brand/URL.

    Thanks for the advice I really appreciate it! :)

    Hey, I didn't mean to come off as rude or anything. But, seriously, trying to raise your post count?

    Yea, it just seems like their just using blog comments to rank because all I see are blog comments on On Page Explorer. But I think my on-page is good. I'm not technically sure. I bought a few expensive PBN packages here a couple months ago with my exact anchor text and have been using LSI/Brand/URL afterwards for web 2.0's and a couple blog comments I got from my competitors. Thank you for the awesome advise! :)
     
  8. Mountain Man

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    Its worth noting that they could have links that dont allow bots to crawl them so maybe they have a strong pbn or other links that you can not see. The age of the site might also have a lot to do with it. I might do some commenting on some of the same pages they are but I would not try to replicate them all if they seem spammy.
     
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  9. RayBay

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    Whats the competition for your kws? If they are super easy kws blog comments might be legit, otherwise search for other links. Try ahrefs or majestic.