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Do You blast private blog network posts?

Discussion in 'Black Hat SEO' started by innozemec, Feb 21, 2012.

  1. innozemec

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    I am kinda new to IM and now still learning and thinking out backlinking strategies..

    I wanted to ask you, do you guys do blasts (scrapebox,xrumer and etc..) to paid posts you have on private blog networks or services like High PR Society, Backlinksgenie and etc..? Is it wise to do blasts to such posts or not?

    thanks in advance!
     
  2. John.

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    would like an answer to this too
     
  3. innozemec

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    Sorry i wish to help but i not good at this :(
     
  5. thedon23

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    Yeah I do. It's worked pretty well for me. But I think it'd work even better if you built a tier of slightly higher quality links to the blog posts (eg. AMR links), THEN blast those links with Scrapebox/Xrumer.
     
  6. THECEO

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    Not a good idea considering you are leaving footprints and making the blog network less effective.
     
  7. thedon23

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    How so? You're passing on more link juice to the posts/site
     
  8. THECEO

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    The blog network will become less effective. I will share my past experience about footprints. I started a blog network last year and we always provided reports to the blog posts that were created. All blogs were picked at random when a post was created and everyone would blast the links on their report with thousands of links from xrumer,scrapebox, etc and eventually search engines caught on that the links were coming from a blog network and the juice was not as effective.

    After doing tons of research and tests I found that giving the least amount of footprints was to host 3 sites max per ip and make sure that all blogs are picked at random before posting and also not to provide a report to make sure that the network remains effective.
     
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  9. the_demon

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    I personally do blast but, I think THECEO makes a good point. I would certainly wait 1-2 weeks before blasting to avoid raising too much attention.
     
  10. subster

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    Blog Networks loose their effectivity when they get blasted. I recognized that on multiple networks. I sold blogposts in the past and they got blasted and some of that deindexed. I think if multiple factors come together (like whois owner changer + several pings through new posts daily + massive comment spam to particular sites) its a clear case to search engines.

    Blog networks are very effective in the last months, but SEs will get much more sneaky in these days, thats a crystal clear thing. How these networks work at the moment will not last for long. Personally I think content themed networks & rich media posts are the answer.

    I owned my first network in 2007 - hell it contained only 15 blogs, but I was able to push nearly every job onto page 1 with this few sites (but the content was unique and not spun). I guess those lucky days are over...
     
  11. Expertpeon

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    This is only the case when people blast out with crap AMR links or SB/Xrumer directly to their sites.

    When I do web 2.0 pyramids (usually do 10k or so to every 1k blogposts I make) and then do Xrumer/SB/Pliggs etc to the web 2.0s, the results are nothing short of incredible.

    The problem is, if people knew how to do the above, they wouldn't be buying your services I guess.
     
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    I think it will devalue the quality of the network if everyone start blasting their posts with spammy SB/Xrumer links
     
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    Even spun blogposts are costlier than any other spun form of backlinks; same goes for unique content posts too. I consider blasting as wearing a red tshirt and walking into a raging bull called google. God help you, after that.

    I'm in the process of building my network, and one of the clauses I'm putting to my current customers is that, if we notice too many links built to few posts, we'd have to pull down the post.
     
  14. THECEO

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    Yes it will ruin a good blog network. To all of you looking to build your own and want to make it last be prepared to vest quite a bit of money. I am up to 4000 different blogs at the moment so figure the cost of domains + 3 sites to an ip + hosting + your time = a headache to get started.
     
  15. Expertpeon

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    You have 4000 different blogs with PR? and you're selling links on them?
    Ummm, something smells...

    4000 blogs you could rank $20k/day terms without too much trouble, I do this WITHOUT 4000 blogs :rolleyes:
    You get what, $30,000/mth selling links on them?
    Not trying to accuse you, but I have a mere 200 blogs with PR of 3 or greater, and I don't sell links on them at all.

    Again when I build out these pyramids to my posts, the results are outstanding. Also, of course, they actually help the domain itself considerably. These kind of web 2.0 pyramids seem to create a quadrupling (or more) of the results from these networks. And increases the rank stability by a huge amount.
     
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  16. THECEO

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    Never said anything about pr did I? If I had all those blogs with pr I would keep it to myself buddy. ;) Only 100 or so have pr since I add to the beast all the time.
     
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  17. conrad

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    Whois Owner Changer - I have been thinking about this as far as my godaddy accounts if I dont pay for the private whois, all my information remains which could be very costly. What are you doing/using to change information or at least protect it?
     
  18. subster

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    I order all my domains with internet.bs - they have a free whois protection and the domains can easily bound by nameserver to most webspace packages.

    But my concern is more that google compares the whois data. If you catch a dropped domain whois protection is the only way to hide the owner change a bit, as the previous owner could just activated the protection afterwards.
     
  19. businessbira

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    You mean 10k web 2.0 properties to each one of the 1k blogspost?

    Or "just" 10k in total to those 1k, averaging 10 properties per blogpost?

    Either way, you must be sitting on some serious fire power :cool:
     
  20. jon_xx_x

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    Wait, it took you a ton of research to figure out you shouldn't put all your blogs in a network on the same IP? Sign me up! lol