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I just submited to 9000 Web Directories - what would you do next?

Discussion in 'Black Hat SEO' started by polomint, Feb 17, 2012.

  1. polomint

    polomint Registered Member

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    Hey guys, as the topic says I've just had my site submitted to 9,000 Web Directories by extreme-seo.net, which offered a great service, and cheap too.

    The only negative I found, which is a big negative and wish I provided more information or they had least asked is the TITLE, and Anchor text on DEEP Links since I have a huge number of links using a title which and anchor text which is meant for the front-page only, however I'm sure if you provide the titles, and desc for deep links I'm sure they will be able to help.

    Anyway enough about them, and more about me!

    While a huge number of the 9,000 submissions have not yet been accepted by the administration staff on these directories as you would expect my question is

    Is it worth using a ping/indexer on the ones which have been accepted, and furthermore is it worth actually sending a few backlinks to the pages which host your anchor on its very own page.

    Look forward to the comments, Thanks.
     
  2. MrBeastsOnToast

    MrBeastsOnToast Jr. VIP Jr. VIP Premium Member

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    how old is your site?
     
  3. volund

    volund Senior Member

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    And how many links did your site already have????

    You may want to read the first link in my sig........
     
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    Better balance all those links with some anchor text variation...
     
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    You best continue your link velocity. Otherwise expect a google slap
     
  6. todor

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    The simple fact that you're asking what to do now, tells me that your site isn't old and there is no many backlinks... Just forget about pinging all the links at once. You can ping them on small portions or leave google to find them naturally.

    I dropped 2k directory links at once (without any pinging) and my 2 month old site went to nowhere for couple of weeks.
     
  7. polomint

    polomint Registered Member

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    Hey, Thanks for all the replies.

    My site is around 8 weeks old, it has around 4,000 back links (about 1,200 noticed by Google, as I havent pinged any.)... Mostly manuals of blog comments, and forums.

    I do around 100 a day if I can, Currently ranking 6th on a estimated (3,5k a month adword keyword) on a very competitive keyword, and about 23th with 300 other sites competing for the same keywords.

    Page Ranks vary, front page. is 1PR, rest tend to be 2-3PR, 1 is PR4, and the other is PR5 already.

    I have some pretty strong back linking, apart from the web directories, I tend to only pick ones which are relevant to my site, and as said above the comments are manual, and relevant to my site.

    I don't plan to stop building links any time soon.

    I'd like to point out that a lot of people concern over the huge amount of web directories submissions, it may be 9,000 which I agree is a huge amount but you also got to take into account these can take months to be accepted into their database.

    The 9,000 was submitted over 30 days, Not all in one day, and I assume that it takes weeks to months on around 75% to actually go live on their site.

    So its a good drip in my opinion.
     
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  8. polomint

    polomint Registered Member

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    It's also worth mentioning I did use various Anchors, I used a variation of about 6-7, but my point was they also got used on deep links :p