How to find products you want

Discussion in 'Black Hat SEO' started by quizzey, Mar 25, 2008.

  1. quizzey

    quizzey Newbie

    Mar 25, 2008
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    Hi Guys,
    This is my first post here and hopefully I can contribute as time goes on. I have to say I am absolutely blown away by the content here and how helpful everyone is. Without doubt, this is one of the best forums I have ever been on.

    Here?s a tip on how to find stuff you are looking for from any of the file sharing sites.

    Search full software programs, zip|rar|exe site:rapid*
    Search pdf files, documents, ebooks, magazines, pdf|doc|rar|zip site:rapid*
    Search video, avi|mpg|mpeg|wmv|rmvb site:rapid*
    Search MP3 music cds files, mp3|ogg|wma site:rapid*
    Just leave out the *. Change the domain name after site: for other file sharing site.

    This is just going to give you a generic listing and as we all know sometimes the name of the file has been changed when they are uploaded so what you?re looking for is hard to find. I have found that ?birds of a feather flock together? so I will try php pdf|doc|rar|zip site:rapid* if I?m look for scripts.

    This brings up the listings and then I look in any listing that has user in the site address and very often I find they have a bunch of different php scripts and I often find what I?m looking for. Here?s an example of one of the listings. No description saved. 01.03.2008 08:44:41, 1442 KB ..... PHP.NULL-SCRiPTMAFiA.rar. No description saved. 11.07.2007 08:47:18, 1335 KB ...
    rapid* - 97k

    Seeing the PHP NULL in the description is a good start so I visit the site ? worth visiting and the links were live at time of writing.

    When I can?t find what I want, I buy it, but only if it is on clickbank (now I have a fully functional product that I don?t need a crack for). I can either cop it sweet that I had to pay for something or a couple of days later I ask for a refund (yeah I know it doesn?t seem right, but hey, this is a blackhat site) and this is the point I start doing my own copywriting.

    Everything has its pros and cons so I write my own review on the product I?ve just bought. If I fill in the form on CB to ask for a refund I only write the cons, like it was to complicated or badly written and hard to understand or they made false claims etc..

    I then tweak my review with all the pros (don?t shoot yourself in the foot by putting any of the cons in) to turn it into a sales page on a site and build a minisite. There is a terrific post on the forum on how to make money from your minisite

    Don?t forget you can borrow and reword all the pros from the products home page and do a search for other reviews and borrow and reword some of those also.

    Go Well folks