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How effective are forum POSTS for backlinks?

Discussion in 'Black Hat SEO' started by ThopHayt, Feb 18, 2012.

  1. ThopHayt

    ThopHayt Jr. VIP Jr. VIP Premium Member

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    How effective is using actual forum postings as backlinks? Most are n0-follow I'd imagine, but I am not a big believer that n0-follow means as much now as it used to.

    Secondly, what tools are good at doing this task???
     
  2. ActionTaker

    ActionTaker Power Member

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    I'm pretty sure most of them are d0follow. I think they work better if you spin content with them and perhaps better if you can drip them rather than many at one time.
     
  3. ThopHayt

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    Posts in most forum threads (like this) are mostly d0follow? Didn't realize that, most forums I troll are n0-follow.

    Anyway, what software is best for blasting to forum threads?
     
  4. genesis311

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    i bleave xrumer can post to fourm threds as well as profiles
    I could be wrong as i dont own xrumer. (i outsource it)
     
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  5. ThopHayt

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    Ah, cool... I knew xrumer was used for profiles but if it can do thread posts as well that'd be great. Thx
     
  6. achher

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    I really want to have xrumer but wanna be sure about its efficacy first. can anyone through some more light.
     
  7. Jungle123

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    The best advice....... - if you do not want to spend a couple month learning each day - learn how to outsorce it properly...that it is not harm your site.

    Learning curve is huge....and testing curve is even more. So, if you are not planning a long term relationship with this tool - outsource it! You will end up with saving your cost, time and risk to be banned and pennalized.

    GL
     
  8. markhenry121

    markhenry121 Elite Member

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    Forum posting is good for getting backlinks.
     
  9. mikeybobikey

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    Forum bot (look for the bst) is also capable of forum posting. It's much less expensive than xrumer and the learning curve is minimal.
     
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  10. ThopHayt

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    Ah, so it's simply called "Forum Bot" then? Would love a cheap alternative. Anybody else vouch for the quality of this program?

    Thx
     
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