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First Share. Easy way to find high PR Forum backlinks

Discussion in 'Black Hat SEO' started by pilgrim, Jan 15, 2011.

  1. pilgrim

    pilgrim Junior Member

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    Well...
    Been here a while, knew nothing when I joined, know a little more now thats to BHW. Apologies if this has been posted already, or if it's a 25 year-old idea, etc etc etc etc...

    Anyways...
    I was using some of Angela's backlinks, and I got to thinking... why not put some of the member usernames on the forums I was visiting into SB and see if they'd been dumb enough to sign up to multple high PR forums with the same username?

    Yes, you've guessed it, dumb as doorknobs. I tend to pick long and mega dumb usernames such as 'the bestforexmillionaire49' or 'mypillswillmakeyouhard69' (not real names as far as I know - lol), or odd-looking ones. After a while you get a feel for it. You can't use short names such as 'wealth' or 'rich man' for obvious reasons.

    If you hit a good one (which is probably about 1 in 10-15 tries), You'll often get 30 or 40 PR 4-9 forums to post on. Some URLs you can't work on, but he-ho. It's also common to find a decent number of .edu and occasional .gov in there as well.

    Personally I always run them thro' SB, remove dupes and pagerank them, delete anything less than 4, and then check and post by hand.

    I've just done one that had 'wealth' as part of a much bigger username, and I got:
    5 x PR7,
    9 x PR6
    32 x PR5
    54 x PR4
    etc.

    Hit the thanks button if you like it, as I crave recognition for my lowly offering lol :D
     
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  2. jheyslow

    jheyslow Senior Member

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    Nice try, Scrapebox has great many uses. But most of this pr are in the domain only not in the page where your backlinks resides.
     
  3. pilgrim

    pilgrim Junior Member

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    Thanks for the pointer jheyslow,
    When I check the pagerank in SB, I check the URL rank not the domain rank, so does this change things? - and not sure if being an inner page on a site like adobe PR9 makes a huge amount of difference (otherwise most people wouldn't be using forums for backlinks)?

    Not sure though, any thoughts on this url Vs domain PR question? Many people posting to forums say it doesn't matter?