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How does the Google Game work after Panda?

Discussion in 'Black Hat SEO' started by dave.martyn, Jul 18, 2011.

  1. dave.martyn

    dave.martyn Newbie

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    Hey!

    I was in the Google game some years ago but internet moves fast and almost everything have changed. On some pages I have read that blog comments still work and on other I have seen statements that blog comments can also penalize your site. I know that quality is the most important thing in this game.

    We are going to launch around 50 new portals in the gambling niche these days (with around 150+ unique written articles / PER SITE!, forums, videos, etc.). My partners are investing a lot of money into this project. Every portal will have a kind of web2.0 character and they will definitely no be any simple content farms. The projects will not be interlinking, using same adsense, same analytics etc what could get Google suspicious.

    Some domains are aged (expired domains with Yahoo BL's) and some are completely new domains. How would you start the backlinking? Some tools we can use are xRumer7, AMR, Scrapebox, Scrapeboard and SeNukeX. (My partner bought some cheap and fast VPS solutions with these software pre-installed)

    We thought about creating articles with AMR, creating profile links, creating relevant forum posts, creating blog comments etc. to each portal and then blast xRumer Links to all of these properties. But I am suspicious if this works nowadays because I have read a lot of negative posts about AMR, profile links, forum posts, etc. So where should I get easy backlinks if not from there? :06:

    Please give us some input :)

    thank you guys
     
  2. pleasenukeme

    pleasenukeme Junior Member

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    I would try to make sure that all the domains are not traceable back to one person/company. So try to register in different names, addresses or whatever possible. Besides that, just try to make each website unique and not easily detectable back to you. If you should loose some of them or google sandbox you, then you'd still have the rest.