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how to check the wheel/pyramid links?

Discussion in 'Black Hat SEO' started by flyingbear, Jun 14, 2011.

  1. flyingbear

    flyingbear Junior Member

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    I used a service to build a wheel/pyramid kind of network, how can I check it? It has several tiers, something like
    a) money site <- b) about 10 web2.0 blogs <- c) about 200 profile/article links <- d) many blog comments/profile/article links.

    how can I check the links from d) actually points to c) then b) then a)? manually check several of them? or, there is a software can do this?

    thanks

    bear
     
  2. Toples

    Toples Regular Member

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    i would manually check some ( not to much up to 50), then if you found them all, you are good , but if 50% are missing - you are getting screwed
     
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    oyim2000 Jr. VIP Jr. VIP Premium Member

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    Manual checking can be tedious and time consuming but its worthy. But you can also use scrapbox to automate the link checking.
     
  4. BigLarry

    BigLarry Regular Member

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    I would just randomly pick a few and check, but if you really want to check then as above you could use Scrapebox link checker.

    If you don't have scrapebox and can send me text files.

    d.txt
    c.txt
    b.txt
    a.txt

    I will run them through for you and send you the results.
     
  5. flyingbear

    flyingbear Junior Member

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    how can I use SB to check this? I mean I have xxxxxx blog/profile/article links in tier d), pointing to tier c). while c) has 200 links now, it could have 20000 soon. in SB, can I check whether this list of sites have links pointing to another list of sites?

    thanks
     
  6. BigLarry

    BigLarry Regular Member

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    Yes you can.

    When you click "Check links" you are left with two options, click Open on the top one of the two and open the list of links in the "c" tier then click the bottom on and open your file with your list of links in your "d" tier.

    SB will then check all the links in your "d" tier and see if they match with ANY in your "c" tier.

    Hope that helps,

    Larry.