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How safe is autopligg

Discussion in 'Black Hat SEO Tools' started by dynamicvb, Jun 21, 2009.

  1. dynamicvb

    dynamicvb Regular Member

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    I was thinking of using this to build up some backlinks. How safe is this program? Would you use it on a grayhat site and if so how many links would you submit a day?
     
  2. torched

    torched Junior Member

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    It's pretty safe, no more harmful than blog commenting IMO. I use it for my whitehat sites and never had problems.
     
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  3. alihs

    alihs Newbie

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    Go ahead with using it. Millions of webmasters are using it and they have no problems
     
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  4. mrpatel786

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    You won't have any problems.
     
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  5. dynamicvb

    dynamicvb Regular Member

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    So are you guys pinging after the submission or just let the SE's find the links on their own?
     
  6. iglow

    iglow Elite Member

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    I ping but this tool doesnt really give good resulsts anymore..
     
  7. andylob

    andylob Newbie

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    sorry for a noob's question:

    how can one check, after using blog pinging service, that search engine had really accepted the site?
     
  8. mrpatel786

    mrpatel786 BANNED BANNED

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    Check if the backlinks showed up using Yahoo Site Explorer.
     
  9. iglow

    iglow Elite Member

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    Autopligg doesnt really work. Those links never show up.
     
  10. andylob

    andylob Newbie

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    Ok, this is my 2c worth:

    I used those blog pinging services, in between the last 1 to 3 days: autopinger.com, pingomatic.com, pingyourblog.com and pingates.com. After 3 days NONE of the blogs pinged through those services have been indexed, neither with Yahoo, Google or Bing.

    Contrary to that, I submitted one blog to mixx, digg and technorati. It got indexed within 24 hours.

    Pitty, I wasted time with thoses blong pingers.
     
  11. Disposable

    Disposable Registered Member

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    I read that the search engines can take anywhere from 1 day to 3 weeks to react to pings from the various services. I think it depends on where they are in their crawl cycles.
     
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    I heard that Pliggs are changing their register file, making Autopligg's automated registration useless. Might as well go with Spligger right?
     
  13. doczoidberg

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    is this true? would be so bad