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If i post comments (with my link) to blogs full of spam will i be penalized

Discussion in 'Link Building' started by pritch, Feb 18, 2011.

  1. pritch

    pritch Newbie

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    As the topic says:

    If I post comments on high ranking blog pages that have loads of spammy links on them already, will my site risk being penalised? Seems like im struggling to find blogs that arent already full of auto comments, so im thinking I may Just use auto comment myself?
     
  2. volcomgeyser

    volcomgeyser Newbie

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    short answer: it depends on your link profile

    its all relative to how many links you have? diff c blocks? how quickly did you get them? are they all the same anchor text?

    the most valuable type of comment spam is when you can find good articles in your industry/niche. posting viagra ads to an university.edu's email setup article isnt what you want.
     
  3. volcomgeyser

    volcomgeyser Newbie

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    and also, if you are worried about being penalized from sending traffic directly to your money site, send the links to your 2nd and 3rd level.
     
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  4. pritch

    pritch Newbie

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    Gotcha :) Thanks for that advise, much appreciated and +rep
     
  5. Kid Shaleen

    Kid Shaleen Regular Member

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    Essentially, no.

    The reasoning behind that is as follows: if people and sites were penalized for spammy inbound links people would immediately spam links for their competition to get them penalized. Ergo, Google does not penalize for what is beyond the control of the site.
     
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    dannyhw Senior Member

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    Nope, but it may not give you any juice. If it's a question of whether or not having really overspammed sites in your scrapebox list will hurt you, just leave them in there.
     
  7. cloakndagger

    cloakndagger Power Member

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    I have noticed a lack of movement after blasts,not good or bad but an observation.I think any outbound links from a spam site are now simply devalued.
    I think high quality autoapprove lists are worth the money because as long as some clown doesn't try and sell it on fiverr then it'll have value.
    It's good getting auto approve lists free in the downloads but lets be straight here they will get destroyed with spam.If you pay for a list you are highly unlikely to waste your money letting everyone spam it.
    If you're harvesting ,once you've done your blast check for links straight away,if it finds any they will be autoapprove so keep them handy.95% won't be but collect enough decent 5%'s and you'll have a very nice list going.
     
  8. frenchboy

    frenchboy Jr. VIP Jr. VIP Premium Member

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    You will notget penalized, but i also doubt its worth your time...
     
  9. hally0301

    hally0301 Newbie

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    if u got penalised for this the quickest way to the top of G would be to spam post with all of your competitors links so that they copped the penalty and not you. at worst the links would become worthless.

    that being said i think you need to be conscious of your link profile so that you maintain a good mix of links to your website, and the number of links continues to grow.
     
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    boomachucka Newbie

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    And spamming competitor's links only does damage in the short term, so you'll probably be fine anyway as long as you're consistent and not posting in ultra sketchy places all the time.
     
  11. antrvant

    antrvant Junior Member

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    if they block the sites are listed on spam sites. We can use it to make down our competitors. Then, the war will be spam more to let our competitors go to the hell.

    Google will be collapse....wow,what a nice dream :D