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how to build backlinks without getting Sandbox by google

Discussion in 'Black Hat SEO Tools' started by freak46, Sep 12, 2011.

  1. freak46

    freak46 Newbie

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    hi

    how to build backlinks without getting sandbox by google or ban

    plz help me i want to rank my site


    my site is sandboxed twice
     
  2. kirkonpolttaja

    kirkonpolttaja Senior Member

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    You need to make buffer sites (high PR web2.0 sites and articles) and blast them with comments + profiles.
     
  3. critman

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    Make it look natural. Don't just suddenly build thousands of backlinks in a day and not do any for the rest of the month.

    Also, vary the type of links used.
     
  4. virtualc08

    virtualc08 Supreme Member

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    1. Diversify your links .
    2. Deep link your website
    3. Diversify your keywords
    4. Build buffer sites and blast them
    5. Ping only if necessary to make it look natural .

    These steps will definitely help you stay away from the sandbox
     
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  5. kiwilx

    kiwilx Junior Member

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    hello there, can you tell what do you mean by

    Diversify your links
    Deep link your website
    Diversify your keywords
    Build buffer sites and blast them
    Ping only if necessary to make it look natural( shouldn´t you ping all the posts? in wordpress there is a section where you can put a list for ping links urlls)

    thanks, also anyone who would like to contribute for the post really appreciate :)
     
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    suga051982 Regular Member

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    You are most welcome
     
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  7. philipthechilip

    philipthechilip Junior Member

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    Wow some great tips here. Especially the tip about not pining unless necessary.
     
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    Trying to sandbox a competitor not sure its working, so wondering why one gets sandboxed and the other doesn't...
     
  9. th1221

    th1221 Registered Member

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    As has been discussed, my number 1 tip is to make sure you're not blasting directly to your money site. It couldn't hurt to buy high PR links to link to your money site.
     
  10. Ste Fishkin

    Ste Fishkin "I'm watching you.." - Apricot Jr. VIP Premium Member UnGagged Attendee

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    Fiverr 10-20 high PR links.

    blast those links.

    do very small blasts on every website page. (like 30 a day at most) Do not ping these let them get crawled naturally.

    Make sure your onsite SEO is top class also. It will mean less work is needed offsite meaning the chance of you getting sand raped is smaller.
     
  11. twilightofidols

    twilightofidols Power Member

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    Why blast links that already have high PR to begin with?
     
  12. Sleinad

    Sleinad Senior Member

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    This is what I don't understand. You never hear of anyone being successful at sandboxing competitors. But then you do the same to your own site and you end up getting sandboxed.

    I might open a case study on this to see if it really can work.
     
  13. underthegun

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    the few times i've been sandboxed I've have always found that doing some social bookmarks, pinging them, then waiting a few days has always gotten me out of it.

    This use to work (for me) I don't know now with Google's updates.