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crazy idea. Blast your site before it goes live

Discussion in 'Black Hat SEO' started by troybh, Sep 22, 2010.

  1. troybh

    troybh Junior Member

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    Just had a crazy idea. What about just blasting the crap out of your site with xrummer before it is even online. Google cant sandbox whats not there. Then a week later put your site up.
     
  2. Venture

    Venture Regular Member

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    people already do this.
     
  3. yuyo

    yuyo Regular Member

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    i have a new site but i dont have xrumer i wish i could try this.
     
  4. greentitanium

    greentitanium Senior Member

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    but does it actually work?? and when you go live does it sling shot ya? lol
     
  5. troybh

    troybh Junior Member

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    Wow people already do this. Are you serious. What are the rules for this. How long after the last blast do you wait to put it online. How much do you blast it.
     
  6. S7apster

    S7apster Junior Member

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    Is this method actually effective?
     
  7. haverox

    haverox Regular Member

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    its better to put up the site, block se through the robots.txt file, blast the site then allow se through robots.txt

    iv always had better results this way
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  8. pnarg

    pnarg Newbie

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    Very good idea, how long did you wait before you allowed SE again?
     
  9. xiphre

    xiphre Regular Member

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    Variants of this has been done since the beginning of time, and no, of course google can sandbox something that isnt there. However, you could:

    1. Spam and set DNSs to "none"

    or

    2. Spam, exclude all search engines, and put up a "shut down due to abuse" template
     
  10. juansheano

    juansheano Newbie

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    Has anyone tried this out?