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Did this work long time ago? Blast xrummer & scrapbox to money site to #1?

Discussion in 'BlackHat Lounge' started by bigballin6161, Aug 26, 2012.

  1. bigballin6161

    bigballin6161 Jr. VIP Jr. VIP Premium Member

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    I just started SEO a couple of years ago but have seen some threads that indicated that at some point you could rank #1 for some pretty heavy keywords with blasts straight to the money site with these 2 tools. Did this happen? If so that must have been some wild times.
     
  2. kideze

    kideze Elite Member

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    There was alot that used to work that doesnt anymore. BHW used to be the wild wild west and there were plenty of people making thousands of dollars. Now shit is harder and still works but take a way longer time.
     
  3. araqueli

    araqueli Power Member

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    yes , it happened, I used to rent a dedi to run xrumer 24x7. ranked many websites in competitive niches and sold them. That worked until feb 2011 or so.
     
  4. CandyLand

    CandyLand Regular Member

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    Times are a changin'. I wish I was into blackhat SEO at that time, but unfortunately back in those days I was still drinking the white hat kool aid. Then again, today's SEO environment has its own perks (the herd has thinned drastically).
     
  5. ghassan1988

    ghassan1988 Regular Member

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    It still works if you blast to sites related to specific niche, with lower amounts of links, and really diverse keywords. All that along some more SEO work to maintain diversity in your link portfolio.