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Getting Your Site To The Top Risk Free

Discussion in 'Black Hat SEO' started by gimme4free, Jun 23, 2009.

  1. gimme4free

    gimme4free Executive VIP Jr. VIP Premium Member

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    I notice that a lot of people link to their domains when using blackhat seo through secondary URL's, E.g. setting up mymoneysite.net and just redirecting that URL to mymoneysite.com which would be their main site.

    Surely if this could help your site's ranking it could also harm it and does it help/harm your sites ranking?

    I am looking at setting up an ecommerce site in a rather large industry and I wont make it to the top with white hat SEO, I have looked at link wheels, SENuke, BMD, XRumer and every one of them has risks of getting your domain sandboxed.

    Can you rank a secondary URL that you are using just to redirect to your main site to reduce the chances of getting sandboxed?

    Any tips/advise on this one as I would be real pissed if I get the site to the top only to get sandboxed or to spend a lot of time on it to get nowhere.
     
  2. DrJekyll

    DrJekyll Senior Member Premium Member

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  3. Micallef

    Micallef Supreme Member

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    The concept appears to be sound. However, it would be better to wash the dirty spam links clean through a trusted web 2.0 domain. Google seems to rely on web 2.0 moderators to sort out spam on their own sites. They don't seem to sandbox web 2.0s in my experience.

    Actually, I have a question for you also. You mention sandboxing - have you much experience of this? You talk about it like it's the end of the world, but is it?

    I have a site (domain and sub-pages) that I put 3000 powerful direct comment spam links into over 3 months. Last week, number 1. Then, page 10. Looks like a sandboxing.

    Might it ever come back? I hear different things about this all the time...
     
  4. Jcsarokin

    Jcsarokin Power Member

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    Yeah it will come back, keep link building ( only do quality ones, like pr 4-5+ ) slowly and in a month or 3 months it will jump back to 1-2 page and then from there crawl its way back to the top of the first ( personal experiences on like 3 sites, happened the same exact way )
     
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