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Getting started (linkwheels etc)...my plan of action

Discussion in 'Black Hat SEO' started by Steb, Dec 30, 2011.

  1. Steb

    Steb Registered Member

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    ok, so ive had some reasonable success lately outsourcing some SEO..but I want to come in house, and scale up...so, ive been looking at linkpushing, linkwheels etc..

    Can you guys just take a look at my plan, and tell me what i'm missing?

    tier 1 : web2.0 sites - theres a macro recording program who's name escapes me right now (begins with a Z?) - blogs, squidoo, hubpages that sort of thing

    tier 2 :

    1) Scrape box ($60)
    2) article submissions (whats a good prog for this?)
    3) bookmark demon (available on the site)
    4) repeats of tier 1 (making 3 tiers)

    everything in a random linking structure back to random site one tier up.

    I'll also need proxies for everything. Any suggestions for reputable sellers on here?

    is that enough? It seems like it'd be reasonably easy...so I think im missing something haha!

    what about pinging links to get them indexed? whats the best way to do that?

    thanks guys! hope these arent too noobish questions and you dont just tell me to "use the f*cking search" ;)
     
  2. Steb

    Steb Registered Member

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    lindexeddotcom looks pretty good for indexing backlinks. $15/month with a coupon...anyone still using them with good results?
     
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    nice plan man but of course it all depends on the keyword competition. Im also beginning to do my own SEO so if you want to discuss feel free to pm.
     
  4. Steb

    Steb Registered Member

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    I haven't actually got that far haha :) But, if the system does actually provide good rankings (for long tail, easy to rank keywords probably) then there's no reason I cant run it a million times for every keyword on every niche under the sun :)
     
  5. davids355

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    Sounds like a good place to start:) again keyword competition is a big factor, make sure you do your research:)