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Hot Sauce Linking Method - Awesome Results

Discussion in 'Black Hat SEO' started by crackpie, Apr 26, 2011.

  1. crackpie

    crackpie Registered Member

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    Hey. After months of reading but not contributing I thought it was about time I got of my arse and started giving back to the community. So without further ado I'm going to introduce you to my Hot Sauce linking method (it's a recent name change as since the farmer update this shit seems to be the hottest thing since Tabasco).

    You can use this method to rank any site (white hat or black). It's roughly a pyramid with degrading quality the closer you get to the base. However, it's the preparation that makes it work so well.

    So here it goes:

    STEP 1

    Firstly, you need your money site. This can be a anything you want it to be but as usual I'm going to stress that keyword research is everything. If it's a blog you want properly structured content with articles targeting specific keywords grouped in related categories. However, as mentioned previously - this will work with any site.

    STEP 2

    Next, the top level of the pyramid should be of the highest quality. For each blast I usually have 6 nodes at the top level, consisting of web 2.0 sites (Squidoo, Hubpages etc), quality article directories, niche directories (with extended profile pages), video sharing sites, document sharing sites (scribd etc) and guest blog posts (or private network posts). Each page then links back to the money site using our target keywords. Throw in some deep links - it always helps.

    Whichever sites I choose (usually on a random basis) I make sure that I've got at least 4 unique articles. These should be magazine quality. There is no excuse for rubbish content with so many good writers desperate for work. I'm happy to pay £15 for an article - you get what you pay for. The reason being that you will find better articles naturally get more popularity on their own - and they come through any manual reviews with flying colours.

    Videos are usually just a version of one of these articles made with Animoto. It's a great service and well worth the paid subscription. Documents are just word or PDF versions of one of the articles.

    For each site (squidoo etc) I create a couple of accounts by hand and take time to write a proper profile. I source profile images from iStock to make the accounts appear more real. I also occasionally inter-link articles but don't do it all the time as it can make it easier to detect what you're doing.

    STEP 3

    The next level helps to get the top level indexed. I search for related blog comments on Google (focusing on .gov/.edu/.ac sites) and manually add 2 comments linking to each of the top level pages. I don't use keywords for this - use the author names and email addresses from step one.

    STEP 4

    For this level you need Article Marketing Robot. I create multiple accounts for each site in my list using the email addresses from the top level sites. I then order 1 more good quality article which I spin using TBS. I spin the resource box to link to one of the pages created in step 2 (and the occasional link to the money site) - making sure to link using the target keywords. I then randomly submit this spun article to about 100 directories.

    STEP 5

    Next I use Bookmarking Demon (multiple accounts) to randomly bookmark the AMR articles. I do this totally randomly as I want it to appear natural). Spin the titles and descriptions.

    STEP 6

    Lastly I use scrapebox to blast my AMR articles, my AMR author profiles and my BMD profile pages. I always use the author names / profiles names and never keywords for this as the acceptance rate is way way higher like this. Because you blast your BMD profiles they gradually get more value and make future bookmarking more worthwhile. Real names look more natural.

    NB: Make sure the scrapebox urls you're submitting match the profile names i.e.

    hxxp://xxx.squidoo.com/some-profile-page {profile name}

    STEP 7

    Rinse and repeat - always using new content. I tend to do this once a week for competitive keywords or for clients in less competitive niches once or twice a month.

    I've used this method for over 18 months now on clients websites and it's never failed to deliver. In terms of niches - we are talking very competitive Automotive niches, Home furnishings, Internet Marketing & health. No.1 rankings for the main keywords within those niches.
     
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  2. clin407

    clin407 Regular Member

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    So you basically build a complete money site with (if you will), a fake identity (name, email, etc) and then the second tier (the hub pages) would be registered using your identity? What's the purpose of step 3 since you aren't linking to your site?
     
  3. wholesalereplica

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    I think you need to read it again
     
  4. neo

    neo Power Member

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    Get the back links indexed and build backlinks to backlinks to boost the ranking.
     
  5. crackpie

    crackpie Registered Member

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    The money site can be any site. For me these are either client sites or sites I own. Doesn't matter about fake profiles and stuff.

    Then the top tier of the pyramid (hubpages, web 2.0s etc) are created with faked profiles. The more content you add over the course of time the more reputable these will become.

    Step 3 (manual comments) link to the web 2.0 sites to help get them indexed quickly (usually within hours if you comment on .edu or .gov blogs). I use faked profile names to make it all look as natural as possible.

    I go the whole hog and create gmail accounts, real names and even give them dates of birth. I've got a large excel sheet with all the information in it. I tend to keep to particular niches for each author as this also helps to build reputation.
     
  6. johnnyc

    johnnyc Newbie

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    Crackpie, Thank you for posting this. Quick question for step 2 "I usually have 6 nodes at the top level" do you do 6 total from the top level? Also, how often do you repeat this system or how often would you recommend to repeat this system for easy-medium difficulty keywords? Thanks in advance.
     
  7. krzysiekz

    krzysiekz Senior Member

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    Instead of picking on this, why don't you consider that he meant that he has been doing this for so long in regards to the actual technique and amount of articles. Perhaps he was using different software back then... no big deal
     
  8. asharma

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    Definitely going to try this. One question though, I'm trying to go for a pretty easy keyword, so how often should I be repeating this process?
     
  9. ppyordanov

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    This is actually a very basic concept, but sounds really well to me. Thank you for sharing this cool information!
     
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    beazt Power Member

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    Wow, definitely a good linking structure but I think I need to use some mindmap creator type of program to create an image of the final linking pattern in order to get the gist of it.
     
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    ch8878 Elite Member

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    Seems good will have to try
     
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    BENNY8877 Supreme Member

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    Or..maybe he is just trying to help people.
     
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    DimBAsInt Newbie

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    Great share actually. Thank you for the contribution.
     
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    Lmao what ?
     
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    britcpa Power Member

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    i can highly recommend xMIND which is a freebie mindmapping software and has a whole load of features.

    as for the o.p.'s initial post, i always like to see how others are doing their backlinking structures and its good to see the level of conscienciousness he takes with keeping a database of all his profiles for future use. good tip for anybody who is building authority type sites and will be involved in repeat postings.
     
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    I use the mind meister app on iPhone =).

    One question-which is better, this pyramid scheme or a linkwheel, and why?
     
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    jon_xx_x Jr. VIP Jr. VIP

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    You do realize this is nine months old right?
     
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    mezzie911 Junior Member

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    I have a few questions:

    1. How do I check the Google Page Rank of a group of lists (so I can manually scrape Google and quickly sift through the best web 2.0 blogs, article directories, niche directories, video sharing sites, document sharing sites, and social bookmarking sites)?

    2. Are social bookmarking sites like digg/stumbleupon the same as niche directories?

    I need a list of only the highest PR sites to found my tier-1's.