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How to gather links? .com, .net, .info does it matter?

Discussion in 'Black Hat SEO' started by ineedmoney1, Jan 18, 2010.

  1. ineedmoney1

    ineedmoney1 Power Member

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    How to gather links?
    is there a program that i can use to gather all valid links from my website and put them in a nice neat list, so that i dont have to gather over 2k links manually. meaning the different pages on my website.

    .com, .net, .info does it matter?
    Getting ready to do some autoblogging and put some adsense ads on my autoblogs. But i want to know if it matters if i use .com, .info, .net, etc for these sites. I want to keep the costs down as much as possible, but i dont want them to not rank because it is a .biz or a .org, still need them to do ok on google.

    thank you.
     
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    c0ntenth|ef Power Member

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    actually an .org extention would rank pretty well i would have more doubts about the .info and .biz
     
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  3. ineedmoney1

    ineedmoney1 Power Member

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    now i do plan on using a social bookmarking tool to build backlinks. Do you think a .org would index and rank better and faster than a .info if i did the same amount of backlinking to each?
     
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    Initially anyway. A .info should be able to rank as well, however I've found .coms, .nets and .infos to do this a lot faster.

    I think Google view .infos with a lot more suspiscion initially, but if you put a quality site on a .info it will eventually be able get it to rank just as well in the long term
     
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  5. dietbird

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    .info's are cheap because they're usually not commercial sites and are usually only about providing information.

    Saying that G penalizes the .info domains is plain silly and ignorant. G uses complex algorithms, comprised of hundreds, if not thousands variables, to analyze websites. It's not just looking at the domain extension and saying, "Hey, this is a .info, I will rank it lower because it might be a splog."

    I don't see why everyone seems to stay clear of the .info domains. I haven't seen any difference whatsoever.
     
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    ineedmoney1 Power Member

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    thats wonderful. I think i will give it a go with a few .info sites.
     
  7. dietbird

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    Don't take my word for granted, though. It's just my personal experience and mi biased opinion ;) You should always split test and see what works for you.

    I'd suggest you buy at least one .com domain and compare it with other .info domains. Although, unless you're optimizing both sites for the same keywords with the same articles and the same backlinks, it's near impossible to make a comparison. There's always a difference.