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FCS Networker as Tier 1?

Discussion in 'Black Hat SEO' started by Daffy10, Dec 28, 2015.

  1. Daffy10

    Daffy10 Junior Member

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    Hello guys,
    I would like to know if anyone of you have tried to building a tier 1 with FCS Networker. I never tried in general FCS but I've seen some great things did with that software.


    I think to building 40-45 blog as tier one for each word that I needs and then put scraping article there.


    You think could be a good way for building a tier 1, or it is a destroy thing?


    I'll appreciate all comment.


    Thanks.
     
  2. Array Experts

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    it's harmful for your site if you use automation tools for tier1...
    build tier1 manually with unique article....
    you can use fcs netwoker for tier2 but it's old RankerX is better tools for automation link building
     
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  3. bartosimpsonio

    bartosimpsonio Jr. VIP Jr. VIP Premium Member

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    Are you trying to negative SEO yourself?
     
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  4. Daffy10

    Daffy10 Junior Member

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    But with tier2 you mean create for example with FCS 45 blog with a article (low quality) that link into a tier1 (like a guest post) right?

    thanks
     
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    bartosimpsonio Jr. VIP Jr. VIP Premium Member

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    That's what a tier 2 normally looks like, yes.
     
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    charliebrooker Jr. VIP Jr. VIP

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    On Tier 1? NO!

    FSC networker leaves a ton of footprints and a lot of accounts get chopped before they even go live.

    Build a few quality sites then work on Tier 2 links.
     
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  7. cookiemonste

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    Unless you are doing churn and burn, all tier 1 should be manual/reviewed by you.
     
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  8. Daffy10

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    Sorry for my questio but what is the best way to create a Tier1? Guest post or blog like weebly with great content?

    And then, after create that, how many link should I send to tier1 with FCS Net. ?

    thank you
     
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    Look at all of the guys saying it's bad. Try it and see how it goes. Used it on TON of the sites, never got hit with anything. Sites are still going strong, ranking on #1. But I guess all of these gurus knows better.
     
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    ^ This. Too many gurus. But I wouldn't use it as tier 1 either, at least not to a serious site.
     
  11. ath9k

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    I agree with you, Aatrox. Moderation is very important. I'm going to use FCS to build an automated Tier1 for one of my biggest projects (150k words), but if you do cautiously and have other legit backlinks you are on sure ground.
    Obviously, if you do only that web 2.0 properties then it seems a bit weird for google. In media stat virtus.
     
  12. Aatrox

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    FCS is nothing more than "manual" submitter. Use good, unique content and there is no difference in doing it all manually or using the tool. And if you wanna do it manually, good for you and me, I'm gonna save a ton of time and nerves and rank sooner than you guys so, thanks I guess! :D
     
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  13. Daffy10

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    Just a question: How many links should I indexer at day? I mean, if I have created 120 blog as tier1 with no bad content, how many blog should i put on GWT at day?


    I think that "add url google" with GWT is the best way to indexer right?


    thanks
     
  14. Sristy

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    Automated tools have various pluses and minuses. So try and test it out, that is the best way to learn. You will always find people with different experiences on various tools, it is just the way one is using it that gives results. Who knows, it might just suit your way of link building.
     
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    I would rather mix my tier 1 links from various sources. Along with FCS, also try to build links using some other strategies like PBN, blog post, infographics, directories etc.
     
  16. TheSEOWizard

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    Those were good for tier 1 (and might still be in some cases) but any automated tools have moved to tier 2 in my list nowadays. Tier 1 is manual stuff for me nowadays. FCS, Turbo Web 2.0 or Ranker X etc. are nowadays good for Tier 2 and then GSA etc. can be used for Tier 3. Less links and manual links in higher tiers and more links and automated ones in lower tiers is the formula nowadays.
     
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    This is for if you're into buying and selling and you happen to be coming into internet marketing with a little investment money.
     
  18. raxabi

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    use fcs to blast tier 1 links for great result !!
     
  19. ningning

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    This is a common misunderstanding.

    It matters a lot if you do tier 1 links manually or with full automation and there is a lot more to it than just looking natural.

    It is all about patterns and stick rate. Automated tools follow the same pattern every time they create accounts and post. They also work at great speed. That might seem great but actually it is a major downside if you want your accounts to stick. For a web master it is very easy to spot the patterns of automated tools and all alarms will go of when you create an account in less than a second.

    Here are some of the indicators that web masters can easily spot:



    • Time from sign up page is loaded till signup form is submitted is less than 2 seconds (that is not human).
    • Time from posting page is loaded till posting form is submitted is less than 2 seconds (that is not human).
    • No mouse movement or keyboard presses (this can be detected easily).
    • Only pages ever visited is login page and the posting page.
    • Welcome message never opened.
    • No avatar uploaded.
    • No profile information filled in.
    • All logins result in a post 2 seconds later.
    • Content can't pass automated plagiarism check.
    • No activity after first post.
    • Only one post published.


    As a web master it very easy to log all these factors. The link can stick for a while, but at some point the site owners will decide to run a little clean up script. E.g. They run a script that deletes accounts that:



    • Are inactive.
    • Only have one post.
    • The post was created in less than 2 sec.
    • The only pages ever visited is the login and posting page.



    The factors can be combined and more can be added, but the above would clean out 99% of the bot created spam pages.

    It is extremely easy to spot as a web master and this is why the people see there links disappear. You got cleaned out.

    If you are lucky a site with all the alarm bells ringing will not be deleted right away, but will receive a quick manual review. It takes a few seconds to see that the content suck and then the site is gone.

    When you create a web 2.0 property manually and with quality content it will pass all the checks above and will live a long life.

    Here is a little check list if you want web 2.0 to stay alive.



    • Delete sample posts and other dummy text.
    • Change the theme.
    • Create an 'about us' page.
    • Open the welcome message (if there is one)
    • Fill in the profile with most details (even if you don't get a link from the profile page)
    • Upload an avatar.
    • Post content that can pass a human review. It should be 100% readable without the very clear mark of spun content.
    • Post content that can pass automated plagiarism check.
    • Don't flood the article with links (I never post more than one).
    • Have an image or video that actually fits the topic and is not violating any copy rights.
    • Ask your self: "Does this site look like a crap site created really fast only with SEO and marketing in mind?". If the answer is yes the risk of the site being removed i greatly increased.



    But here is the best advice: Long term SEO is not about doing things fast it is about doing them right.

    Doing things right might seem like a lot of work but in the long run it will turn out to be less. The links you create will stick and so will the rankings of the sites that benefit from them.

    The time you spend researching, tweaking, scraping and testing automated tools could be used to actually create quality links.
    And the money you spend on captchas, indexing links and proxies could stay in your pocket or be used for quality content.

    That said automated tools certainly have there place in a successful SEO campaign. But in my opinion they are pattern generators that are unsuited for tier 1 and long term results.

    Still there are options that are much faster than manual and still provide the same quality. One of them is Autofill Magic (see sig...). I created this tool as a semi-automated tool that speed up manual work 10 times. It fills the forms, keep track of your accounts and much much more.

    Everybody use Autofill Magic a little different and even though Autofill Magic is many times faster than manual link building, it is still slower than automated tools. This makes accounts created with Autofill Magic look natural. There is no pattern and no unnatural speed.

    I checked up on a project I did 2 year ago. One of the very first Autofill Magic projects I did before the launch. At that point I created 91 sites. Today 66 of those are still alive. A lot are gone because the sites closed or are no longer offering a free blog option. That is a stick rate of 72.5% over a time frame of 2 years! (including natural loss) No automated tool will beat that.

    So in short: Yes it matters if you use a bot or if you do thing manually. For tier 1 link go manual or semi-automated. For tier 2 and 3 you fire up your automated tools.
     
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  20. Daffy10

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    Hi ningning, I have tried your software with trial 7 day but I have noted some "failed account" and sincerely seems a too difficult tool imho.