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Comment with fake names on high pr very related niches insted keywords will help to rank?

Discussion in 'Black Hat SEO Tools' started by maxken75, Jul 14, 2012.

  1. maxken75

    maxken75 Senior Member

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    Comment with fake names on high autority related blogs to my niche insted keywords will help to rank my blog? Or i must put keywords on name field? but can be dangerous to be penalized by google? what do you use as name field? keyword or fake name?
     
  2. nommet

    nommet Newbie

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    Yes, those links would help you to get higher ranks, but you must keep in mind that:

    1) they have to be do-follow (actually, no-follow links are also passing some link juice).
    2) most of the high-pr blogs are moderated, and you cannot put meaningless comment and get the link for free.

    Manual commenting is boring and I'm personally prefer to outsource this process.
     
  3. nommet

    nommet Newbie

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    Oh, just forgot. If your web site has more than 300-500 pages and is mature already (1-2 years old), you may try to put 100-200-300 links per day to random pages using scrapebox. This actually would bring more visitors just like in a week.

    Be consistent, don't put 100500 links in one day and 0 in the other, you will simply get filtered pretty fast.
     
  4. nipunn12

    nipunn12 Regular Member

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    Name to get higher approval rate.
     
  5. csguy

    csguy BANNED BANNED

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    I think generic comments are becoming less useful w/ this technique. It's better to use slow poster. And the link is still a link, w or w/o keyword.