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How I prevent crawlers from finding my web 2.0s

Discussion in 'Black Hat SEO' started by firstnamelastname, Aug 27, 2016.

  1. firstnamelastname

    firstnamelastname Junior Member

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    so you already know how to block crawwlers from accessing your PBNs by adding some code to htaccess
    what a lot of people dont know is how to prevent crawlers from finding your web 2.0s
    this is a neat method that doesn't work 100% of the time

    you create web 2.0
    you go to any blog platform and write a spun article linking to web 2.0
    you blast the blog platform with blog comments
    you keep checking whether your web 2.0 is indexed.
    hopefully, google will find your web 2.0 sooner than ahrefs and majestic (doesn't always happen)
    as soon as google indexes, you delete the blog platform, breaking the link between the blog comments and your web 2.0
    now if ahrefs and majestic come around to your blog platform, it doesn't exist any more, and your web 2.0 will never be found
     
  2. yasburrows

    yasburrows Regular Member

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    So once you have deleted your web 2 what "link juice" is being passed to your tier 1?
     
  3. patriotnews

    patriotnews Senior Member

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    And then Google recrawls properties and you have no link.
    This is a great method of how to delete your own backlinks.
     
  4. firstnamelastname

    firstnamelastname Junior Member

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    well, you guys are right in that you lose some link juice because your web 2.0s have no backlinks
    but what's the alternative? blasting your web 2.0 with a bunch of worthless gsa contextuals? I would rather take the first option
     
  5. patriotnews

    patriotnews Senior Member

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    It doesn't "lose link juice", you lose the link.

    A good option is to build quality tier 1 links, don't build junk web 2.0 backlinks, instead build multi-page/multi-post web 2.0s. Make them look like real properties. Put up a couple posts before putting in a link, and even build some of the tier 2 backlinks to the property BEFORE you toss a link to your money site.
    Then build single page web2.0s and cheap PBN posts to backlink those properties.
    Then blast THOSE single page web2.0s with GSA contextual and blog comments. Since really they are only good for indexing anyway and a tiny tiny amount of link juice.