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-12440337Who 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/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.
Or you have a big budget for links..Unfortunately unless you learn to hack theres no way anyone else can get these edits but yea they re very powerful
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.
If you do not like what the site that outranked you is doing;
adopt the same tactics,
...and learn to keep your mouth shut.
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.