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How to minimize negative SEO: my project (need suggestions)

Discussion in 'Black Hat SEO' started by Durzumin, Aug 23, 2016.

  1. Durzumin

    Durzumin Newbie

    Oct 15, 2015
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    there's a motherfucker which is doing negative SEO to all his competitors and one is me.

    He destroyed my main money sites which were 100% clean with no blackhat whatsoever.

    I'll try to recover them with linkdelete.com but it will take a few months and a few thousands $.

    Now I'm thinking how to prevent this from happening again. I'm explaining here my idea and I need your suggestions.

    1) Instead of publishing the content on my main websites, I will use expired domains with high DA TF CF etc. This hopefully will allow me to rank faster. When the website rank will start to drop because of negative SEO, I'll deindex the website with a noindex tag in robots.txt and move the website on a new expired domain.

    2) Instead of building backlinks to my websites, I'll use a custom link shortener called Yourls http://yourls.org (free). This way, when my website will be attacked with negative SEO, I'll be able to change the destination of the backlinks to the new website in just minutes. The shortened links are editable, have a 301 redirection and can pass link juice, anchor text etc...

    3) My custom url shortener may also be attacked with negative seo (the motherfucker could see my 301 backlinks on ahrefs and target those with spammy links). To prevent this, I'll use a Yourls plugin called https://github.com/adigitalife/yourls-allow-aliases (free). This will allow me to create every backlink on a custom subdomain.
    For example http://001.myshorturl.com/mybacklink http://002.myshorturl.com/mybacklink etc... will all have the same destination. This way the negative SEO should target every single backlink to be effective and it would take much more time and money.

    What do you think about this? Any suggestion?
  2. bartosimpsonio

    bartosimpsonio Jr. VIP Jr. VIP Premium Member

    Mar 21, 2013
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    Only thing you can do is build legitimate links to offset the dirty ones and then disavow the spam links. When your site starts getting more legitimate links, the spammy ones will weigh less.