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Blogger vs Wordpress

Discussion in 'Black Hat SEO' started by Geshwinn, May 25, 2011.

  1. Geshwinn

    Geshwinn Power Member

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    Hi guys,

    I was doing some testing with SB blasts to blogger blogs. The truth is that I was able to get the blogs to 3-5 place in no time BUT then Google deleted them for spamming.

    My question is if this has already happened to you with Wordpress.com since I am thinking about testing them?
     
  2. queenmery

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    Ok, make a test.

    I am just thinking to open a blog on wordpress. I will make a SB blast on next month probably.

    Oh, did you get positive results from blast ti blogger blog? Can you share your experience, please?
     
  3. Geshwinn

    Geshwinn Power Member

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    Sure,


    I was testing SB blasts vs AMR blasts.

    I picked up a keyword that had 8800 exact searches a month with allintitle and allinurl 12000 - 15000.

    I made three blogs, all of them included the keyword in URL, Title and Body.
    They were all about comparing two products on Amazon. I chose a simple layout with no comments allowed.

    My plan was:

    1. 1st blog - SB the hell out of it
    2. 2nd blog - AMR blasts (I did only a couple of them)
    3. 3rd blog - SENuke blasts (Didn't have the time for it)

    So what happened was:
    1st blog got to first page of Google within 2 weeks and the highest it got was 3rd place averaging 90 visits a day with about 700 backlinks according to MS. I decided to try putting Adsense on it and put two wide skyscrapers. It got deleted the next day. I suppose it was the Adsense because there was no explanation in the email.

    2nd blog got only 21 backlinks (again according to MS) and was nowhere in the first 50 results. The funny thing is that on the third week it suddenly appeared on 2nd page of Google. After that I got inpatient and did 2 SB blasts which got it to 4th place and after that deleted. This time the email said it was because of spam.

    I was just playing around and testing the methods so I didn't care much about keyword research and if it was a "buyer" keyword or not. Looking at my Amazon stats I can say it is NOT :)

    Now, there is the third one left. I am thinking of doing SENuke blasts to it and backlinking the SENuke links with SB blasts.

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    The test showed that spamming actually works but the thing is that it was on blogger. I am not sure if it will give the same results on other platforms. This is why I was asking if somebody got their wordpress.com blog deleted for any similar reason.

    P.S. One more thing, I had a squidoo lens some time ago (for a different keyword). I did some SB blasts but it is moving very slow in the SERPs.
     
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    Why not host your own website?
     
  5. faceblogger

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    Same thing happened to me when I used blogger, thinking to test with WordPress too after seeing your post.

    P.S - I used xrumer, SB both
     
  6. Geshwinn

    Geshwinn Power Member

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    I just wanted to do some tests and go berserk on them. I have my own hosted domains but I am going slower there.