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How safe is to do scrapebox blast to 3 years old site?

Discussion in 'Black Hat SEO' started by go4eto, Jun 9, 2011.

  1. go4eto

    go4eto Junior Member

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    Hi all,
    I have a quick question ...
    How safe is to do massive Scrapebox blast to domain which will use 301 redirect to my main website?

    The redirect domain is hosted in different country with different host provider. My main site is 3 years old + pr 5, and i am adding new stuff like videos and industry news from different site daily, so is any danger to my main site and what else i can do to prevent my website to get de-index by G00G1E

    Thanks in advance.

    Any other suggestion which can help for better ranking are welcome....


     
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  2. PinkBitz

    PinkBitz Regular Member

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    Nothing to worry about, blast away!
     
  3. cash202

    cash202 Elite Member Premium Member

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    Someone somewhere on this forum suggested a better method.
    Set up a blog on your domain and spam it do death with Scrapebox.
    Check if it's not sandboxed, then 301 redirect it to the money site.
    Supposedly it should work better than setting up redirect and
    blasting afterwards. This is next on my list of things to test.
     
  4. worldwebsolutions

    worldwebsolutions Regular Member

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    what is scrape blast
     
  5. DamageX

    DamageX Elite Member

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    Nifty. ;)
     
  6. danhoff

    danhoff Power Member

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    Sounds interesting :) What is my blog domain get sandboxed, should i 301 redirect it anyway ?
     
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  7. danhoff

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    spam blog comments with scrapebox :)
     
  8. TheMatrix

    TheMatrix BANNED BANNED

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    I'd say go blast away.. and tell us your results. Google is smart enough to work differently for different sites.

    You CANNOT replicate scrapebox blasts whatsoever.
     
  9. ghostdude

    ghostdude Registered Member

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    This actually happened to one of my personal sites. I had thousands of spam comments on a subdomain blog and I was increasing in google ranking for things such as viagra, when there's no mention on my real site about this. I found out about the spammed blog and deleted it, but I'm still getting tons of people coming to the site through google searches. It's really odd. The domain is over 4 years old.
     
  10. danhoff

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    Lets say i have 3 year old domain, not banned, not sandboxed, etc. I want to scrapebox blast it and 301 it to 1 year old domain. Should i first do the blast, wait some time and then 301 to new domain or it doesn't matter ?
     
  11. pirondi

    pirondi Power Member

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    I have blasted 30k links for one random site with 3 years old and he went from 9# to 3# now i will use this same blast for one client mine with 2 years age and see what happens.
     
  12. go4eto

    go4eto Junior Member

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    So just to make it clear if the redirect site get banned this can cause a ban to my main site as well or not, i don't care if the redirect site get banned, i want to make sure my main site is safe.
    Thanks
     
  13. cnick79

    cnick79 Jr. VIP Jr. VIP

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    Over the course of 2 days I blasted 100K for a 3 month old site and it didn't have any problems.
     
  14. Execute

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    no it shouldn't cause any negative effects to your main domain, google just will not count it so nothing to those, thats the benefit of buffer sites ;)
     
  15. SuperLinks

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    It isn't bad at all, but do it intelligently. I can't tell you how many people I've had that use my services and simply use the homepage and a few keywords.

    The best strategy is to maximize those incoming links to your website! Use a variety of anchor texts matched with the proper internal pages. Meaning don't just go after a few keywords on the homepage, find 20-25 well performing internal pages and SEO them as well!
     
  16. catalonia

    catalonia Newbie

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    awesome - I'll blast away but with caution
     
  17. SuperLinks

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    Another tip is to build supporting Web 2.0 sites (like a linkwheel) and blast the living hell out of those. Make sure the Web 2.0 sites have original content, embed a video, and customize the site (theme, images) as much as possible.
     
  18. danhoff

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    Does it has to be web20, can't i just use LFE/WPMU sites ?
     
  19. SuperLinks

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    You could do those type of sites, problem is though that they don't have the domain authority that Web 2.0 sites have.

    Use WPMU and LFE sites with caution though, I recently purchased a service on BHW that utilizes a WPMU network. I've lost huge rankings on 2 keywords on my site as a result. These are keywords that I've had rankings for years on. The rest of my website is fine, but those keywords have been gone for months since then.
     
  20. danhoff

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    I used LFE many times and had to problems, it's WPMU network. Interesting ... using web20 trustrank / authority...