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Developing tool to provide hundreds of web 2.0 links - best platform to start with?

Discussion in 'Black Hat SEO' started by bowcot84, Aug 28, 2011.

  1. bowcot84

    bowcot84 Junior Member

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    I'm going to develop a tool which will allow you to set up just one web 2.0 property and get up to 100 links.

    It'll work like this. You set up an account, and provide the tool your username/password and article. The tool will store your username/password in a database and post the article to your property and up to 100 accounts set up by others! 100 links with a single click. Think of it as crowd sourcing links.

    Grateful for all thoughts about the issues I need to think about; mainly preventing abuse! Or has someone else done this?

    The key question initially. What platform should I do it for.
    Wordpress look easiest technically, but should I consider weekly, squidoo etc?
     
  2. phpbuilt

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    Meh. I think you'll find spamming 1 web2.0 site with 100 duplicate articles on 100 different accounts will present a challenge. First of all, they discover the duplicates, they'll delete all the accounts.

    Second, you'll have to diversify your method of sending because if you're using the same IP address it'll make it that much easier to detect the duplicate posting abuse.

    Third ... even if they survive, Google won't give that much weight to 100 duplicate articles on the same website.

    Web2.0s either have quality control or they don't. If they do your plan won't work. If they don't have quality control then your 100 duplicate articles will be sandwiched happily between viagra and other bad neighborhood spam promotions which won't do you any good either.

    I been doing a lot of research on a wide variety of web2.0s lately and you'd be surprised how many passed around in common lists have been completely deindexed by Google -- if the web2.0 can't control 100 dupe articles getting spammed to it from 1 IP they won't even be indexed in a month or two so you're wasting your time.

    If you want a good idea for a 1 push button click it would be to take your spun article and put it on 100 different web2.0s.
     
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  3. TheMatrix

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    Have a look at what SENuke does. Get an idea of it's interface, and working, and I'm sure you'll find your answer soon enough.
     
  4. bowcot84

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    Really appreciate you taking the time to feedback.

    I'm sorting the ip issue by distributing the posting (it'll take the form of a browser extension).

    I intend that the article is spun (but won't be initially).

    You've made me think that this could also work with article sites; sign up for one author account and get 100 links from sites using the same back end. That might be more sensible as a starting point than web2.0.
     
  5. bowcot84

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    Yes , I've used and oldr version and thats what made me realise that a distributed solution would help shortcut account creation, need for proxies etc etc
     
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    extension that people will run on their browsers and post content on behalf of other people, in the hopes that other people will post their own content?

    I might join just to snoop on everyone else's websites, campaigns and spun articles. I'd enter junk myself that I don't care if people see (kind of throw them off track). But heck yeah, if you can find 100 people willing to tell me what their keywords are, I get to see their money sites and might even have access to their article spins -- sign me up for that stuff wheeee.

    (PS, I'm just pointing out why nobody is going to do this lol)
     
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  7. bowcot84

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    Cool, that's one sign up ;-)

    Seriously, if you want to see what other people are up to, simply browse Squidoo of the article directories, or check your competitors backlinks.

    But that doesn't get you links. This will.