GSA Shitty Links to a Money Site [Hell]

crystalwiz

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Hey guys,

I have this question. So say I blasted 500k GSA shitty comment backlinks at a money site's blog post. Now I have deleted the blog post. Will this deletion erase the negative effect of the 500k spammy backlinks?

In your experience, please let me know.
 

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I'm also waiting for replies from people good at making terrible mistakes.

I have been thinking about this for long time ago now. It seems just prunning some of my deranked blog posts might make sense. Let's see.
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What other members think. Guys your experience only please.
 

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Step 1: take the text of the blogpost
Step 2: put it on a blogspot blog
Step 3: 301 redirect the url of the old blog post you blasted to the new blogspot post
 

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Hey guys,

I have this question. So say I blasted 500k GSA shitty comment backlinks at a money site's blog post. Now I have deleted the blog post. Will this deletion erase the negative effect of the 500k spammy backlinks?

In your experience, please let me know.
the current thinking is that google ignores shitty links. if they did not, everyone would be negative seo'ing each other.

interested to see what happens to your overall ranking once you remove those pages; or change their URL's
 
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Step 1: take the text of the blogpost
Step 2: put it on a blogspot blog
Step 3: 301 redirect the url of the old blog post you blasted to the new blogspot post
very interesting method, you are removing any chance of having any possible impacts to your 404 page.
 

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very interesting method, you are removing any chance of having any possible impacts to your 404 page.

Even though it is 404 page still it count as a page with same domain.
 
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