Discussion in 'Black Hat SEO' started by LilJohn187, Aug 10, 2017.
Any help on the perfect practice on how to use GSA Ser properly.
well, lil John, you got to get Crunk, then you gotta....holla, for that dolla. Fire up GSA, add your URL or URLS that you want to have backlinked.
Click new, and click on the platforms on the left that you want backlinks from (web 2.0, blog comments, wiki's etc)... as you click on each platform a new box will be added to insert content for each platform.
So after selecting the platforms you want, go ahead and add the URLs, and then your Keywords.
You can have GSA search sites and scape keywords to search for more sites or not.
then after that fill in all the boxes needed for content, Then there is the option tab, very hard to setup but basically go with what you think is good, and be sure to check the search engines you want and maybe check the box that says "skip sites with more than" and enter like 80 outgoing links.
Then add or create your article
Finish up with creating or adding your emails. Then click finish, and run
Captcha Sniper/ DeathbyCaptcha service for enter captchas for even better success rate.
This is good for tier 2 links, don't send these to your money site as it won't do any good, it might but, everyone says not to, I do anyways but I know what I am doing.
I have a bunch of tutorials for the GSA toolset here, a bunch of case studies for the GSA toolset here, and if you havent already bought the tool and decide to, you can save 15% on any GSA Tool using the coupon on my digital toolkit page.
In all honesty, I see no reason to tier regular SER links on T1 unless you own the domain and are building links using this method. The generic links you can get when building your own SER list or from a premium list will go offline a whole bunch. It seems Penguin 4 going real time has some type of threshold in it where if a link goes offline too much it is discounted from the pages link graph making it and all the links pointing to it pointless. You can still use SER on T1 to dilute your anchor text to hide your PBN or use it to post to your PBN as linked above.
Due to the same reasons above, I see no reason to use standard SER links on T2. I use either automated or manually created web 2.0s on my T2 now as they have close to 100% uptime meaning they don't seem to get slapped from the offline/online thing in penguin 4. If you choose to go with the manual web 2.0 you can save 10% off the cost from my digital toolkit page linked above.
That leaves T3, as its so low down you need a whole bunch of links and SER is perfect for it. Link retention rates will differ depending on how you build your list but links that make it to the 4 week old point tent to stick around alot better, out of them you can probably get around 60% of them indexed in Google and help you push link juice through your chain.
I have some splits going where I send the T3 to an indexing service and some where I use a T4 of non-contextual links to try index them, so far they are both climbing at around the slow rate. Penguin 4 or Fred seems to have slowed everything down massively. The below is for a parasite I started blasting back in Feb! It has over 1,000,000 links now spread over two tiers and it has only just started to climb after almost 6 month!
When you create web 2.0 properties, they become indexed by Google but you haven't added your backlink to money site - how many links per day do you build? I know it's not an exact science, but my web 2's aren't holding as much power compared to my competitors, I'm building around 10 links per day to each URL - can I increase without my web 2 properties becoming a churn and burn?
That screenshot I shared has hundreds of thousands of links on its T1 direct to the page and its actually gaining in the SERPs, not lowering suggesting to me the page does not have a penalty so parasites/web 2.0 can probably take a fair amount of links but I have never tried to find an upper limmit.
I have most of my projects set at 50 submissions per day but I dont index them until they are 30 days old now if its a SER link from a domain I don't host myself.
GSA and any other tool that does automated link building is recommended at higher tiers. Tier 1s are your actual links and these should always be legit.
Just make a manual tier 1 web 2.0 hunt a expired web 2.0 and use ifttt for ever web 2.0 you make and every post you made in your money site you can make backlinks automatically to your web 2.0 from money site to tier 2 use the semanticmastery free syndication works also for bloggers..
IFTTT would use duplicate content though right?
Yeah but you need to put a good attribution and good only for brandding...
and if you know the right way i think you can't be hit by google.. just follow the method by semanticmastery you can be good to go..
Remember when i was started to ask from your method and never found some good method from your site.
And found semanticmastery and try the result is good than gsa ranker seo pyramid.
try to find expired web hunt than use ifttt .
I don't, and never will publish methods on my blog, it's not a free-lunch blog, the IM side of it is for tool tutorials and case studies. Just checked out semanticmastery and their landing page looks like the standard IM scam IMO.
Wall im not buying their step by step i just watch their video which is free and download the ebook for free they are just selling only the full step by step tutorial i just followed the what actually in the youtube video.. well since there are lots of seo methods and they are not all the same for me this kind of seo technique works for me than the other methods..
You've split tested Web 2s with unique content and Web 2s with the duplicate content that semanticmastery recommends and have found that the latter work better? I am vaguely familiar with them and share Shaun's opinion that it's nonsense. I also suspect that they recommend IFTTT because they are not good with real automation, their customer base could not handle real automation, or both.
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