JohnnyC's (Social) Book(marking) Club

Discussion in 'Black Hat SEO' started by johnnyc9999, Sep 12, 2009.

  1. johnnyc9999

    johnnyc9999 Junior Member

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    This is probably an old idea and has been made obselete by automating software like BMD4 and people offering social bookmarking services, but.... what are people's views on starting a social bookmarking club.

    Im not sure of the exact details but basically if we got 100 or so people on a list who agreed to each bookmark each other's links then it would create a nice authentic looking bookmarking structure. No duplicate IP's, no duplicate usernames and an irregular bookmarking pattern.

    - Anyone got any views on this?

    - Reasons why it wouldn't work?

    - Improvements/suggestions?

    - Better options for a cost-effective bookmarking strategy?

    Cheers

    JohnnyC
     
  2. whs1978

    whs1978 Registered Member

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    Yeah, I actually participated in a social bookmarking group. Turned out to be a really great way to get your niche research ripped off. I certainly will not expose my research and work that way again.
     
  3. johnnyc9999

    johnnyc9999 Junior Member

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    thats a good point. thats a real shame as its a very nice way of getting some natural bookmarks.
     
  4. krish22

    krish22 Registered Member

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    well said bro!, a sort of suicide.:D

     
  5. e2madina

    e2madina Junior Member

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    That's not true. You need to get people that you trust and everything will be ok.