Discussion in 'Black Hat SEO' started by Rachmaninoff, Mar 14, 2020.
I am new here, but I can already tell this man is God-ish
Oh man, I juast went through all your threads, so many useful tips, you are donig God's work man, thanks so much
if you search here a bit you can find guides, tricks etc, i'll just explain it briefly
these platforms (web2) give you the opportunity to publish your posts (300, 500, 1000 words - whatever works for you) with one or more do-follow links (to your site) embedded in the post
sometimes it gets indexed by google and friends on its own, but most of the time you must help it a bit
on the end, you have a nice link (surrounded with good, long and relevant content) pointing to you
Great post my good man.
Great backlinks with lots of juice.
I have to do some of those also.
Thanks, does those links indexed in Google search console ?
Thank you so much! I'm researching more and more in this SEO section.
how this gonna benefit my tech blog?
Tier 1 aka backlinks directly to your moneysite.
Yes it does, but it will take a long time to pick up by GSC. I suggest you to check it manually on google instead and if they're indexed then nothing else matters.
brand exposure, link juices, authority boost, etc.
hi, may i ask? after the articles get indexed, what should i do? delete the footprints or no? thank you in advance
What kind of content do you use for these sites? Could you use spun content? Or do you post exactly what's been on your blog, but rewritten?
it depends it depends on the niche, tier, will someone maybe read it and mark it as spam... search around and find guides and examples
but for your last question it's easy to reply: never spin your own site, it is easy to make duplicate content that way (and that can hurt). leave spinning of your content to your competitors, and you can spin theirs if you want
Ok thanks for getting back to me and shedding some light. So all content on these sites should be handwritten? That's going to take a while but i suppose most worthwhile SEO efforts aren't easy.
nooo... "all content on these sites should be handwritten" - how did you get that idea from so clear answer as "it depends"?
please search for guides for specific niche etc, i'll give just one example, for my (secret) niche
all content on my site is original, and high quality
posts on important web2 sites (quora, medium...) that are likely to be read by human are also written by human and "original enough"
most of the posts on other web2 sites (bandcamp, strikingly, hatena...) are not in big danger to be marked as spam so i use spun text, 'spin factor' balanced for text to be enough original and still almost readable by human
i won't enter details now because subject is long and what works for me might not for you, again find guides
I'm going to be controversial here, always use hand written content for T1. I know that the opinion by some other people on the site is to use any old shit for the backlinks, but I've never liked this. Even for T2, I like to use a mix of spun content and high quality manually written content.
Thanks for sharing your approach. Sounds pragmatic in this day and age! Can you share with me a spinner you could recommend (or PM me if not comfortable revealing it?)
I don't personally have access to a spinner. The spun content I use for T2 comes from high volume pbn posts. @eatingMemory can sort you out with these posts. They're great at ranking pages.
Thank you very much, nice backlinks
Do all these backlinks can be considered as quality backlinks? What google do about it when they found those backlinks on our money site? Are they gonna consider good quality backlinks or bad as it won't be relevant to the niche? Please let me know.
Hey @yooray, I'm pretty sure the OP https://www.blackhatworld.com/members/rachmaninoff.157046/has already answered your question earlier in this thread..take a look back and hopefully you'll see the response you're seeking! Cheers and best of luck to you
There's a range of property types where Rach has been finding these strong metric pages. Profile pages or pages where you can only leave a DF link are mainly good for diversity only, but pages with hi metrics are the best diversity links you can have. Pages where you can add a contextual link (link plus niche relevant paragraph) are much stronger links. Pages where you can leave a full article are the strongest.
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