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Building backlinks to Ebay ads...? Anyone tried?

Discussion in 'Black Hat SEO' started by Thesiege84, Aug 8, 2013.

  1. Thesiege84

    Thesiege84 Regular Member

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    Hey guys,

    Im just about to upload a large range of products to ebay to expand one of our businesses and whilst i was doing i was wondering what would happen if you started building backlinks to all your ebay ads, especially the "good til cancelled" ones that never run out. Im spending so much time making these ebay ads perfect with unique content etc i think they deserve some power in serps!

    I see ebay in the SERPS all the time and i wonder if you could power your listings by linking to them?

    Since i have 1.2k products to upload i would need some kind of mass links...

    Has anyone tried this and if so did you see your ads get more traffic and rise in serps?

    I was thinking something like this:
    http://seolutions.biz/store/index.p...ons/simple-solutions-10000-web-2-0-links.html

    and then send 1.5mil scrapebox, wiki etc at them as tier2.
     
  2. geezer466

    geezer466 Regular Member

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    Backlinks need to go to the specific Url per item which would fall off as each item 'came to and end' so in this respect almost certainly not worth it.

    You could put them to your storefront but you would probably be better choosing low competition kwords for whatever it you are selling the more obscure the item the better chance you have to rank. Amazon have most of this market sown up.
     
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  3. Thesiege84

    Thesiege84 Regular Member

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    Thanks for your reply but im listing all of our products as "Good till cancelled" with 500 quantities so they url will never change.

    Also if stock ran low then i'd simply edit the listing and add more stock (again, not changing the url).

    So with static urls i don't see the problem?