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can senuke trigger a penalty on a wordpress/blogger blog?

Discussion in 'Black Hat SEO' started by Designer1, Mar 1, 2013.

  1. Designer1

    Designer1 Regular Member

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    as the title says... sending 30-60 backlink at once using senuke or similar does trigger a penalty on a NEW wordpress/blogger sub domain?
     
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    BrandingBaw Power Member

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    Not that I know of, did you receive one after doing so?
     
  3. Designer1

    Designer1 Regular Member

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    I don't think so, but my older wp and bg are ranking much better than the new ones, so I tough about a penalty. Obviously it could be just and age "issue".
    Btw, I usually use wp and bg for tier 1, so it's hard to monitor them directly.
     
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    twistedtrick Power Member

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    That's a very vague question, but it is certainly possible. Depends a lot on the quality of links you build though. Might just be new-site dance too.
     
  5. Designer1

    Designer1 Regular Member

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    I know it's vague... to make it more specific:
    if you're building your tier one using wordpress/blogger subdomains, is it better to drip feed backlinks on these blogs or can you just use senuke right after creating the blogs?
     
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    myownhero Power Member Premium Member

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    Actually it's not vague at all: I am 100% sure you cannot penalize a Wordpress/Blogger subdomain (*.{wordpress|blogger}.com) with just 30 links created from SEnuke. Simply cannot happen. There is a lot of gray area in SEO but this isn't one of those areas.

    The domain authority that Wordpress/Blogger/Tumblr/Squidoo/etc provides make them very resistant to penalties.
     
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    Designer1 Regular Member

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    Thanks for the clear answer. I usually blast new wordpress/blogger subdomains with some urls from the social network list of senuke.
    It's good to know that I can skip the "two links per day" phase and just blast them.
     
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    If you want to trim some of the fat remove the Jcow links (they're 100% nofollow) from the social network submission. Also check the Buddypress sites, alot of them are nofollow too. The real meat of the blast is the proprietary CMS portion (it's the category just labeled 'Social Network') and the PHPFox and Dolphin CMS's.
     
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    Forgot to mention, I did experience some blogs of mine getting deleted after blasting them (WordPress Free Blogs). Highly doubt it had anything to do with the linkbuilding tho, guess it was more content related. Hope this is of some use and others can provide some more info if they experienced the same.
     
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    I think it's automattic hobby to delete random blogs.
     
  11. DHSellerUK

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    Well ofcourse your old 1s will rank better o_O what kind of a question is that.. New blogs don't have the domain age or trust flow of an older domain..