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Blogger High WP Plugins

Discussion in 'Black Hat SEO' started by Omnipotus, Feb 10, 2011.

  1. Omnipotus

    Omnipotus Registered Member

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    Hi all, other then introducing myself, this is my first post on BHW. I am looking for a bit of info on some software. I have done a google search, but have not brought up anything that really helps.

    Does anyone have any experience, or knowledge about the Blogger High WP plugins? I was searching google for a problem I am having with SEOPressor and came across this site, offering a free version of a clone of SEOPressor. They also offer an auto comment, an auto link cloaker and auto backlink plugins.

    There are plenty of free plugins out there, but the presentation of these seem a little suss to me (maybe it's just me), so I was hoping someone here has experience with them and can confirm that they are legit before I install them on my WP sites.

    Any info will be much appreciated.
     
  2. dichotom

    dichotom Jr. VIP Jr. VIP

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    I tested out the auto backlink plugin, it tells you in the backend that it has submitted XX backlinks but there is no way to see where it submitted them or any explanation of how it works. I turned off the footer link it was placing on my site, but it still threw some odd CDATA code down in the footer. I ended up just deleting it because I didn't trust it. Same as you I couldn't find jack about it via google.
     
  3. KingCrab

    KingCrab Regular Member

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    I asked them about the autobacklink plugin and did some research of my own. Found out that it sends links to stats sites , auto approve directories and other platforms which autoapproves. Is it worth it? i do not know but it is something many other tools do it without adding any form of backlinks in your site.
     
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  4. dichotom

    dichotom Jr. VIP Jr. VIP

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    Thanks for the info, I wouldn't even care what sites it was sending the links to if it didn't appear to be manipulating my footer even AFTER giving me the option to turn that crap off. The fact is though I had it set to "fastest" or whatever for link velocity and after 2 days it had like 9 backlinks submitted. So even if it was all on the up and up it is pretty much useless anyway.
     
  5. Omnipotus

    Omnipotus Registered Member

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    Thanks for the info, thought it strange that there is minimal info about the products. Will install it on mamp and check it out there first.
     
  6. dgfalk

    dgfalk Power Member

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    What problem are you having with SEOPressor? I just started using it a week or 2 ago and know a little about it.
     
  7. Omnipotus

    Omnipotus Registered Member

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    Installed SEOPressor on a multisite and it worked the first time on one site, but no longer functions on any now. Could be a case of just having to reinstall it. I have disabled other plugins to see if that was the problem, but that made no difference.

    While I was searching google to see if others have had this problem, I came across the other plugins.
     
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    Omnipotus Registered Member

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    Thanks for the heads up, think I'll try the bloggerhigh plugin and see how it goes.
     
  9. KingCrab

    KingCrab Regular Member

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    SUch paid tools are a waste of time to use a there are already free alternatives that work do not waste your time and browse the plugin directories.
     
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    i use SEOpressor
     
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    BH Content Plugin is pretty cool but has a downside. You are limited to just 20 articles/posts a month. If you add this plugin to many blogs, the articles/posts get spread to how many blogs you add it to, but, you never get more than 20 articles/posts total in any one month! There is no way to buy more articles/posts per month even if you wanted to.

    I don't know if there is a way around this. Maybe someone here knows and can share.

    I run the Backlink plugin too. It does work, but, slowly adds backlinks in a natural way. I have mixed feelings about it so I just let it run and forget about it. I'll take all the backlinks I can get.

    JD
     
  12. barrywiki

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    SEO Pressor is a complete waste of money, guys.

    Alternatives which do the same job:

    The BloggerHigh SEO plug in is a clone but free

    Yoast SEO for Wordpress does all of what SEOpressor does and a whole, whole lot more. It is awesome. And free.

    Or.... Just take an old fashioned legal pad and list the things that SEOpressor demands and work your way down the list when you post.

    Tweak Keyword density with this free site: can't post it because of furum rules but you can google for it

    Really, guys....$100...For what??