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How effective can you be with JUST pyramids, wheels, etc and massive links to those?

Discussion in 'Black Hat SEO' started by timtation, Feb 13, 2011.

  1. timtation

    timtation Registered Member

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    So this whole JC Penney slap has got me paranoid now. I'm wondering... If I stopped using ScrapeBox for direct links to my money site, and began building out large Web 2.0 pyramids, wheels, etc... using SENuke or similar software, then used XRumer to blast the hell out of those... Could I be just as effective, or maybe more so?

    Also, using that kind of strategy, would you be able to fly under the radar and avoid any kind of slap?
     
  2. thinkinghat

    thinkinghat Regular Member

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    that is what u should be doing.create good hubs with unique content using senuke,n then spam them using again with senuk,bmd,xrumer,n sb.though senuke is easier to use n get familiar with,it takes time to learn how to use it effectively.same goes with xr,,nd yes it works great if done correctly.if you are starting out new with nuke n xr,i would suggest you to keep log of every link u post n keep analysing them ,u will learn faster
     
  3. biks

    biks Power Member

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    I've started doing the same thing. Even if the spamming comment links aren't going to do much, I'm hoping they'll at least get my web 2.0 pages found and more importantly indexed.
     
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    non-prophet Regular Member

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    What JC Penney slap?
     
  5. timtation

    timtation Registered Member

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    hXXp://www.webpronews.com/topnews/2011/02/12/jcpenney-gets-caught-gaming-google
     
  6. lablinks

    lablinks Senior Member

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    What makes you think that they won't penalize you for large Web 2.0 pyramids?
    If they manually review your site, you'll have the same fate either way.
     
  7. timtation

    timtation Registered Member

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    Does anyone agree with lablinks? Has anyone else been slapped for a setup like this? (For build massive links to a pyramid, wheel, etc..., without building spammy direct links to your money site).
     
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    thinkinghat Regular Member

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    nops.
     
  9. kappa84

    kappa84 Power Member

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    No you won't. If you build some Squidoo pages, Hubs blabla with UNIQUE and good content and spam the hell out of these bumpers you won't get hurt. But hey, if you build like 1,000 bumpers with copy/paste content you might expect something nasty to happen, right? :)
     
  10. lablinks

    lablinks Senior Member

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    Unless you make each one of your Web2s totally unique with a completely new article every time, if someone reviews your website, they know what's going on.
    If I review your site, I can easily tell if your links are "built" or genuine. I don't think idiots work at G. ;)
     
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  11. virtualc08

    virtualc08 Supreme Member

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    As lablinks has said dont make it too obvious. My linkwheel structure not only consists of Web 2.0 properties but article directories also . The articles I use are heavily spun. But to be on a safer side you can use completely unique articles also .

    As lablinks said if your site comes under manual review you are bound to be screwed. Create a linkwheel/pyramid structure which is not so obvious. Just my two cents.