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[FREE] All the PR you want (and then some)

Discussion in 'Black Hat SEO' started by phpbuilt, Oct 23, 2011.

  1. phpbuilt

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    I made this post in response to a thread about how difficult it is to get PR. I decided to make a new thread with it to give more people an opportunity to see it.

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    I'm going to tell you how to get as much PR as you want. Assuming you know how to program, you can get mega tons of it.

    Here are two methods you can use to get yourself more PR than you know what to do with.

    First method ... find some old, abandoned, PR8+ domain (abandoned as in they don't take care of it anymore and it has lots of dead links which aren't weeded out because the site hasn't been touched in the last 5 years) and start following the links. Follow all the sites it links to. Follow all the sites they link to ... keep going and search through the PR7s, the PR6s linked domains ... by the time you're down to PR5 then find a different PR8+ domain and follow the links, rinse and repeat. Eventually you're going to find a backlink to something that has expired. Don't get your hopes up for it to be a domain you can register, that won't happen. What you will find are things such as abandoned blogs (abandoned as in it doesn't exist there anymore) on web2.0s that allow old unused subdomains to be re-registered. You will also find things such as dyndns free websites that have been abandoned and can be reused. And lastly, you will find some mistyped domains. Your only hope of finding an actual domain like this (the only way I could get one anyways) ... one time I found a site-wide link on a website that was mistyped. That domain had never existed before ... and the site owner was trying to link somewhere but put in a typo. I registered that domain ... cloaked it to make it look like it was going to the real source (but for Googlebot I 301'ed it to my money domain).

    If you are patient with the above method ... you will get as much PR as you want. I only spent a couple weeks doing it and found an abandoned PR6 blog, a site-wide backlink from a PR6 mexican university blog (that doesn't exist anymore -- lasted a good year though ... that was the mistyped URL method), and about 8 PR5 abandoned dyndns and other types of free web2.0 blogs that could be re-registered. I found all of them manually (before it ever occurred to me to search and spider for PR with programming) ... so I'm sure if you're clever you could do far better than I did.


    The second method of getting a whole ton of PR. I fully outlined it here in a post I made a while ago. In summary, what you're going to do is create a forum profile on sites (like vbulletin) with a twist. These forums have a "last 10 viewed" widget on the side. So after you create your profile -- you will proceed to navigate through the whole list of profiles. If that site has 100k members, your page will get 100k internal backlinks (because each one of them link to your profile page with the last 10 viewed widget). If the site has 1 million members ... you can get your 1 page 1 million internal backlinks. All these backlinks send PR back to your profile.

    At one time, when piwik.org still had forums that structurally allowed this, I had 5 PR6 profiles. Yes you heard me right ... I had 5 profiles that were each-and-every-one PR6 each. When joomlart.com used to structurally allow this (can't do it there anymore) ... I had about 20 PR5 profile links. Those two sites alone gave me 5 PR6 backlinks and 20 PR5 backlinks.

    It doesn't have to be just forums. For instance -- you take a look at ANY web2.0 and you start thinking "how can I suck tons of PR out of this?" I'll tell you how, look at folkd.com. Do you realize if you "folkd" something, it sticks a backlink on that folkd page back to your folkd profile page (which has all your backlinks on it)? How many web2.0 social bookmarking does that? (nearly all of them?) So what you do is make a PR spider, find the top 300 PR pages at folkd and folkd them all, this gives your folkd profile 300 PR4, PR5, PR6 backlinks. That makes your profile PR5+ ... and all the links you link to get high PR. (I haven't looked at folkd recently so forget this if they did something stupid like nofollowed their links).

    Look at my.opera.com ... every blog you visit gets your profile a do-follow link. So in other words, you visit 100 PR5 blogs and your own blog gets 100 PR5 internal backlinks. (It used to be my.opera.com wasn't nofollow with outgoing, they are now though).

    Tons of social websites have a structure where if you "like" something or comment on a page ... your own profile gets a backlink. Let me ask you this ... if I could tell you right now where you could get 500 PR5 do-follow comment backlinks to your blog, would that excite you? Well guess what ... there's more social bookmarking and web2.0's out there that you can build a blog on, then go to other people's PR5+ blog on the same site ... make a comment and it automatically gets your own blog on that same site a do-follow backlink. So all you have to do to make your own blog on that site PR5 (or 6) ... is to build a blog there and run around making thoughtful comments which are auto-accepted on all these other blogs on the same platform. If you had this system where other domains were directly linking to your own domain it would probably be your wet dream come true. This system is almost as good ... instead of directly linking to your domain, they're directly linking to a tier-1 blog that links to your domain. That one decent high PR blog you build on that web2.0 is a great asset to your money site.

    I could go on and on ... if you have a mind for it, you could find new sites every day which could be leaked and drained out of tons of PR.

    There ya go -- go wild with it and have fun.
     
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  2. photoman

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    Really liked your post. Thanks. Learned something new. :D
     
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  3. cybersage

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    Great post, I know exactly what you're talking about, but I surely haven't utilized it to the extent you are speaking. For most of my sites I could care less about PR, I care mainly about rankings (but PR and rank is correlated, although correlation =/= causation). Nonetheless there are many things that this can allow one to do; you've got my mind fired up thinking about possible twists.

    for some reason I can't view your post regarding the 2nd method?
     
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    I'm going to have to try the last 10 visited thing. So the basic idea is that you sign up with a forum profile, put a link in your sig and then go around to everyones profile, which in turn links to your sig, which in turn links to your site?

    Me neither, getting a PHP error.
     
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    Yes. Your profile gets tens of thousands of backlinks increasing its PR, and that PR is passed along to your main site either in your signature, or you can enter your website in some profiles and the link will be from that.

    Or another twist ... lots of people are saying they're having problems getting their forum profiles indexed. Build a script that scrapes the top 10 forum profiles at Google for that forum, have your bot visit those 10 profiles, your profile gets 10 backlinks (all of which are Google indexed), it virtually guarantees that your forum profile will be indexed.
     
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    Very great post i read the entire technique i like your vision
    I Will Try this when i have some Time

    Thanks
     
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    damn that must bo great for flipping websites. how long to create a pr7 website?
     
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    Killer post.
    Only concern with the forum profile internal links is that when your username is on thousands of members 'last visited' it brings more attention to your anchored profile.
     
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    I'm not sure ... honestly PR isn't as awesome as most people think it is. I started drowning in PR and came to the conclusion that PR isn't everything.

    PR is like super high performance race wheels. If you plug it up to a rusty gremlin from a junk yard, it's not going to do anything for you. It's only when you have perfect balance is when the PR makes a difference.

    By perfect balance, I mean great content, related and authority backlinks, link diversification from many different IPs, etc. As of right now, I'm swimming in more PR than I can use -- I have to wait for my content to catch up.

    I do have a plan to make a high PR set of article directories and maybe a blog network soon, and such soon and will be using these methods to get them all high PR. This to me seems the best use of high PR websites (to impress others enough to use them).
     
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    Yep, so you get super duper sneaky and creative with it.

    Instead of having 1 forum profile with 100k backlinks and an outgoing link to your money site (OMG banned so fast) ...

    You create 100 "hub" profiles. Each "hub" profile has no outgoing links at all. You use the 100 hub profiles to each get 1k backlinks on a 100k member site.

    Those hub profiles will be there forever and ever, there is nothing fishy with them, they completely fly under the radar (yet they accumulate pagerank).

    Then ... you sign up a new forum profile. Instead of visiting 100k links, you only have to visit your 100 hubs. If that forum profile gets deleted, you make another one and all you have to do is visit your 100 hubs.

    Get creative, look at that PR as $ in your pocket and you'll find ways to fish it out.
     
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  12. edgali

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    Thanks for the tips, I will be trying the first one, hopefully I find an actual domain if not as you said some blogs.
     
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    Problem with finding an actual domain is that someone far more clever than I who has been doing this far longer than I ever imagined has already cornered that market.

    You'll know what I'm talking about when you see that blonde college chick smiling at you on the parked high-PR domain you thought you might have had a shot at lol.
     
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    I've always wondered about sitewide links. Are they really worthmore if they're coming from the same IP?
     
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    This is an awesome post. In your experience which place is best for domain swaps.
     
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    There is a diminishing benefit, but the more the better. On my money site, I like the incoming sitewides to be from quality domains only. But if you have the option to have backlinks to tier 1 in your link pyramid, I'd prefer sitewide links. In the example here ... its not really a "sitewide"

    Domain swaps? What you mean?
     
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    Nice. A lot of stuff I didn't know about. But I wonder how effective profile links with no content are to get a backlink from...post-panda, I guess it's not as effective as it used to be..
     
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    I like the first method but where to find the PR8 abandon or similar domains.
     
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    This is something you have to be creative about too. A good place to start are places that get linked to on a massive scale via templates. Some of the original wordpress templates that have been created have tons and tons of backlinks ... and they're so old lots of them are probably abandoned.

    I could tell you where I started ... but that would be too much spoonfeeding and everyone would be competing with each other over the same sites.
     
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    wowww, very easy, I find a lot of PR8 domains free to register every day...:D

    my method: register any domain, redirect it by 301 or by domain panel to a high pr site (related with new domain niche, if it has one), leave it a few months while build backlinks, then upload your fresh new site, remove all redirects and your new domain will show the same PR of the site you were redirecting to, also you'll get traffic from backlinks and from google cache, however there is no guaranted of how long google will keep the PR unmodified