Discussion in 'Black Hat SEO' started by Scipio00, Apr 27, 2011.
No google cant really track that.
one is the smart way another is the hardworking..
Yep, a profile is a profile. Once the profile is up, there's no way to tell whether it was created automatically or manually. The only footprints that might indicate automation are commonalities between your footprints (eg. names, text) or especially common errors eg fucking up one of your variables and making profiles that look something like:
or something like that.
Of course, hand created profiles will have commonalities as well, frequently more than well randomized automatically created profiles.
It doesn't actually matter how a profile is created - it's the nature and intention of the link that matters to Google, not whether it was automatically generated. If it's spam, it's spam, regardless of the creation method.
Profiles are definitely something that should be automatically created. The software to do it works really well (xrumer) and the cost the cost is so low per profile that it's virtually free.
Okay, so only advantage is that you can create to more various pages backlinks manually.
I pay about ~0,15$ each backlink manually created - so i pay less than some services here offered. Should i switch to buy an server and hire somebody for Xrumer?
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