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forum posting - any tips on getting my posts to stick?

Discussion in 'Black Hat SEO' started by swi7ch, Oct 28, 2012.

  1. swi7ch

    swi7ch Power Member

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    I know ppl will say that forum posting is useless but I don't care. It has become my goal to make at least ONE post stick. Here's what I've tried:

    * I created a new account using a VPN (Cyberghost) and then immediately posted a 1,000 word relevant reply that I paid $10 for and did not include any links at all. Less than 24 hours later, deleted.

    * I created another account using a different VPN (VPN Reactor) and then started my own thread and then replied to a different thread. Both posts were over 500 words long. Less than 24 hours later, both were deleted.

    * I created yet another account using yet another VPN (HMA this time) and I haven't posted anything yet. I'm planning to wait a week and then post a completely new article.


    I don't understand why my posts are getting deleted. I am not bumping old threads or anything like that. I am posting super relevant replies and I'm not including any links at all. My forum name is not spammy (it's FirstnameLastnameYear), I have an avatar, my profile is filled with other info, etc.

    This forum accepts new members and I see a lot of newly registered members post and their posts stick. One even bumped an 8-month old thread and it's still there more than 2 days later. He posted like two sentences whereas I post a thousand word article that is 100% unique and non-spun and it gets deleted. The posts aren't threatening at all. It was an explanation and was written in a friendly tone. No cursing, no racism, no nothing.

    Any idea what I'm doing wrong?
     
  2. aakon7

    aakon7 Regular Member

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    It could be a number of reasons, I suggest scaling this operation as that is what I have found works best. Targeting a couple forums usually doesn't work.
     
  3. gz_cp

    gz_cp Regular Member

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    could be the vpn