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Damn! Many Questions Few Answers...Help

Discussion in 'Black Hat SEO' started by fatbusybee, Dec 23, 2011.

  1. fatbusybee

    fatbusybee Newbie

    Dec 18, 2011
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    i am new to this fantastic forum and i have had the previlege to devour many threads giving tips on how to run a successfull BH campaigns... but each time i thought im getting the hang of the lessons i bumped into terminologies that sent me searching for answers.

    pls can someone knowledgable explain to me what is meant by

    1. tiere linking structures [with examples]
    2. google panda
    3. what is pinging backlink with sb.

    and pls can someone also show me where i can get free downloads of ebooks on this sebject [bh seo] on this forum

    many thanks
  2. jascoken

    jascoken Senior Member

    Nov 1, 2010
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    IT/Web Systems & Development...
    1. In simple terms, It's essentially a link pyramid concept. Money site/page is linked to by tier 1, and these are/should be content-links (articles/2.0's etc. - links with content value). These are linked to by 2nd tier links, and there are normally a lot more - say 5-20 2nd tier links pointing at your 1st tier links. And so on down; the 3rd tier links towards the 2nd etc.

    2. Panda is the name given across the SEO industry to the 3 Google updates so far in 2011 that have sought to temper the indexing of web-spam via de-indexing or de-valueing non-themed or middle-man sites; i.e. article directories and sites just promoting other sites.

    3. Pinging is sending a 'ping' - a tech term for a short packet of info - to try and get a search engine to notice a page. It doesn't work any more. SB is just a reference to using ScrapeBox.

    Just read lots of posts by senior members; you don't need ebooks. They're usually full of utter crap and lies. Then test and measure your own techniques and see what works for you.
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