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Great tip for manual link building

Discussion in 'Black Hat SEO' started by mrtruehybrid, Jan 14, 2017.

  1. mrtruehybrid

    mrtruehybrid Regular Member

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    Hey everyone,

    so I'd like to share my method I've always used when doing manual link building.
    So let's say your money site is live and you start link building.
    What I do, is I remove the 'money making' part from my website so people such as forum moderators won't remove the link from their forum.
    After I hit the second page on google I restore all my money making content and the moderators won't look at those old posts again.

    Just thought I'd share a nice way to not get your links removed :)
     
  2. dichotom

    dichotom Jr. VIP Jr. VIP

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    It is old trick.. many people know it all already.
    This trick do work and sometimes it is passed by the moderator.
     
  3. SERPTurbo

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    First you mention forums, then you say something about hitting the 2nd page in Google?

    Do you mean you post content on forums, but don't include your promotional content, and then once you have dropped to the 2nd page in the forum category, then you go back and edit your posts adding all the money-content and the links?

    Some forums don't allow editing posts after X amount of time and also there's a chance that your post/links will be removed once someone has replied to your thread and it got bumped to #1 in the forum, so moderators can see everything.

    Unless I misunderstood you, this is a waste of time.
     
  4. Beefsteak

    Beefsteak Registered Member

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    I believe he's saying he removes his advertising from his on-page SEO to make it look like a non-profit site until the posts stick, then adds it back to his website. Sounds like a handy trick but you'd be wasting and traffic you get before hitting 2nd page
     
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