How This Sneaky Affiliate Site is Making Six Figures Per Year - Behind the Scenes

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You sound hurt and angry fritzyboy I think this is the wrong forum for you. This is BLACK HAT world after all
 

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Who says I'm mad? Who say's we're whining?

We're stating the facts, you should know the difference.

Who says Google won't rank my sites?

ROFL, a lot of people will laugh at you here.

Sorry, but all you have commented and try to keep defending on these bunch of losers who are using hacked links to push their site up, are nothing but minions of those people that has been mentioned before in this thread. You've got a thousands of followers there in your group. I supposed that's how many people would try to oppress and abuse others sites just for your own good. A parasite, that's how I should categorize all of you. Can't make it in your own without leeching on to someone else's hardwork.
Don't listen to them. Just ignore. I experienced a lot of hate and criticism when I did something similar here: https://www.blackhatworld.com/seo/this-2-year-old-affiliate-site-is-making-so-much-money-through-amazon.1161297/#post-12440337

In that thread I exposed a site so we could all learn from their strategies but I got a backlash in return. After analysing their link profile, I found lots of niche edits in there (don't know if they are hacked or not). These guys are killing it with these niche edits. Google is as easy to game as it always has been. Only thing that has changed is the cost.
 

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Don't listen to them. Just ignore. I experienced a lot of hate and criticism when I did something similar here: https://www.blackhatworld.com/seo/t...h-money-through-amazon.1161297/#post-12440337

In that thread I exposed a site so we could all learn from their strategies but I got a backlash in return. After analysing their link profile, I found lots of niche edits in there (don't know if they are hacked or not). These guys are killing it with these niche edits. Google is as easy to game as it always has been. Only thing that has changed is the cost.

Unfortunately unless you learn to hack theres no way anyone else can get these edits but yea they re very powerful
 

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Unfortunately unless you learn to hack theres no way anyone else can get these edits but yea they re very powerful
Or you have a big budget for links..
The best part is there's no way Google can automatically detect them. These sites' backlinks are being discovered because the sites they link to are huge sites.

You can rank and bank with multiple small niche sites getting around 50K traffic per month and virtually no one would find out. That's what I would do if I had access to a huge amount of these links, rather than building big sites, getting discovered, and getting penalized.

All of these sites will get penalized some time in the future, but they're making so much money they wouldn't give a fuck if it happened. They probably have other sites, and can easily replicate the strategy with a new website.

Google is doomed. They can't come up with anything else to replace backlinks as a ranking factor. So they have no choice but to sit on their butts and penalize sites all day, while thinking of how to steal more clicks from websites.
 

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@Fritzyboy - Obviously you're missing the point. As far as Google is concerned building any type of backlinks can be considered a violation of their rules. Just because you're doing it "ethically" does not excuse the offense.

Niche edits have been around for at least 5 years or more. It used to be done to the millions of abandoned web pages. What about those that spam "auto-approved" comment pages, would you consider that ethical?

I am not condoning the tactics, but I frown on people exposing websites doing shady things to rank simply because it might belong to a member of this forum.

In the IM WORLD everyone is guilty of something, so save the "Holier than thou" attitude for newbies.

Your quote - "there are people who are doing it properly and ethically" Is so false. Keep in mind "ethically and properly" is in the eye of the beholder.

When you create TIER 1, TIER 2, TIER 3, BACKLINK spam do you thing the receiving sites are happy for what you're doing?

To clarify my original point again, everyone building backlinks of any type is breaking the Google ranking rules and many backlinking activities can be considered unethical.

If members start listing and whining about backlinking strategies used by other sites, this forum will become a war zone.

Show me any website that is on the first page of Google and I will ferret out the shady techniques been used to get there.

The last thing we want is for people to start listing sites using "backlinking tactics" to make bank. If you do not like what the site that outranked you is doing;

adopt the same tactics,
use a different method,
build better links,
and learn to keep your mouth shut.
 

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@RAYRAY7 We're not playing holier than thou. There are people who are doing and relying heavily on guest posts, and companies who are not adapting any type of blackhat links. Google allow marketers to rank sites. In fact they encourage "the right way" of doing it. It's just a matter of improvising it, but no in the bad way, like what these bunch of losers do.... If you think Google is too stupid not to know that marketers are trying to outgame them, think again. We could not rank any sites at all. It's just a matter of having some conscience, on NOT LEECHING on other's hard work just to rank your own.

Show me any website that is on the first page of Google and I will ferret out the shady techniques been used to get there.

Sure... Amazon.com, Forbes.com, Houzz.com ... to name a few!

If you do not like what the site that outranked you is doing;
adopt the same tactics,

ROFL, you seriously need to get back and re-read our replies, where we stated:

1. We're not jealous because a site outrank us. We have sites that has been ranking WITHOUT these tactics.

We are stating the fact here, discuss, learn, and leave the rest up to your conscience.

2. I can't say for others, but I will NOT ADOPT the same tactics.

Just imagine, for 1 second, it was your site who got hacked and has been abused by these people by placing backlinks, making money out of it, you got nothing, no payment and all, plus there is a risk that your site could get penalized due to these injected links. All those hard work and money you invested to "get there", and one morning you wake up your site has been deranked, drop traffic, all because you got penalized due to this activity... Are you going to celebrate?

As always, put yourselves in the shoe of others. If you don't want that to happen to you, then don't do it to others.

...and learn to keep your mouth shut.

Sorry, but no, you don't control us, and neither do other people here who is against this practice. We can only tolerate a few black hat methods, but not this one. Again, it's unethical, it's illegally acquired, you're being a parasite, and if you rank a site using this method, then it doesn't prove that you are an expert SEO person, but more like an expert online criminal.

Enuf said... Reply all you want, I'm not going to reply to you anymore RAYRAY7.
 

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Not all are "hacked links". It could be that the owner of that website is really reaching out to all these websites and "inserting" links on them.

I think there was an article on this once, it turns out that the affiliate site owners were buying WP-plugins at scale and inserting their links on websites that had these plugins. They even prevented crawlers from crawling that page that had the inserted links (apart from Google bot) so that Ahrefs or other 3rd party link tools could never pick up these links.

They are called "Backdoor Plugins".
 
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