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Discussion in 'Black Hat SEO' started by XrumerSeo, May 27, 2011.

  1. XrumerSeo

    XrumerSeo Junior Member

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    I see people still useing using there real url for backlinks, this is so 2002.. think out side of the box.

    BHW you need to wake up..

    Here is a safer way with a extra layer of protection useing 301

    And will and does work 100% uses by the russians for xrumer, but its fine for any backlinking......

    It's very simple, all you do is head over to bit.ly and make as many as you can of your needed url, if your doing a xrumer blast 5k+ make a lot of them if your only doing a few just do a few its simple but worth the time.

    Now g00gle / yah00 love this its more random but with full 301 redirect

    For xrumer use project fill to spin your new url effects are at least 45% better this way and 100% safer

    enjoy
     
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  2. kappa84

    kappa84 Power Member

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    Say what?:confused:
     
  3. XrumerSeo

    XrumerSeo Junior Member

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    Basically you use bit.ly instead of your real url

    This gives you 100% protection from sandbox etc and still gives the juice

    Do you understand ?

    Sorry for bad english
     
  4. zerocoolflo

    zerocoolflo Regular Member

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    So we should use the bit.ly for normal link building or what ?

    I winder how normal link building on bit.ly will work....

    Can you elaborate more ?
     
  5. bertbaby

    bertbaby Elite Member

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    You know I don't know. I read that some of the shorteners employ a 302 redirection - which will not pass any value to the destination. Others employ a 301 redirection which will pass the full value. You're saying Tiny is a 301 so there should be juice, correct? Also, how do we know you are protected from the sandbox then using Tiny?
     
  6. webinfoguy25

    webinfoguy25 Newbie

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    yeah xrumer has a nice random variables options section where you can import tons of urls and anchor text. Also just go get your existing backlinks from yahoo explorer and send more links to them with xrumer ;). Heck at least its pinging all your backlinks as just one benefit not to mention bings patent ya'll forgot to read :)
     
  7. XrumerSeo

    XrumerSeo Junior Member

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    Yes you understand your any shortener site find the one that you like best

    This will protect your site from sandbox etc its so simple yet so sweet try this and you will see and remember g00gle/yah00 loves diffrent links thats why you make a few 301s in your blast

    Anyone still useing there real url after reading this needs shooting
     
  8. box0204

    box0204 Regular Member

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    so do an xrumer blast to a bit.ly url and google will see it as sandboxing the url shortener than the main site?

    can someone confirm if this is true or not?
     
  9. Aremys

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    If bit.ly really uses a 301 redirect, then this might be true. Otherwise, we can create our own 301 redirect domains.
     
  10. saru4141

    saru4141 Regular Member

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    I didn't get it exactly, can u please elaborate more, or if some one willing to explain more, that would be appreciated..thx
     
  11. CPAHit

    CPAHit Junior Member

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    I was looking exactly for this. Why don't use a .info domain rather than bit.ly and others?
     
  12. Autumn

    Autumn Elite Member

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    Also has the added benefit of hiding your backlink sources in some backlink tools from your snooping competitors.

    I too would use .info redirect domains rather than bit.ly etc - as long as you can keep the .infos up (good host, good registrar etc) then there is much less risk of your backlinks getting taken down (bit.ly will delete your redirects if you start really hammering them with spam).
     
  13. jtgjustin

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    This method works a lot better if you set up a throwaway site, blast it into the "sandbox" (its really just a google dance but that's what everyone calls it these days), then once you've made like 500k links 301 it. Using bit.ly is the lazy mans way, it works but is not as effective because with a throwaway site you get indexed content before the 301.
     
  14. CPAHit

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    Would you buy the .info from a different registrar account and host them on a different hosting (not the one that is currently hosting your main site). Will it be risky to host on same domain?
     
  15. redstone.1337

    redstone.1337 BANNED BANNED Jr. VIP Premium Member

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    I would not recommend the use use of any public URL shortener as the chances of getting your shortened URL banned will be pretty higher.

    So better is to go for a self hosted solution with a bunch of .info domains so that everything is under your control.
     
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    A modification is something I done - a massive blast to a domain, and once it didn't get sandboxed, I 301'd it to my money site, and also "moved site" in G-Webmaster Tools - money site skyrocketed :)
     
  17. AmmonsFinest

    AmmonsFinest Newbie

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    Im new to SEO, trying to learn as much as i can. I have site about 9months old. I decided to try SEO and built a page a few days ago and have it ranking for the keyword i want, its on the 9th page :( . So i want to blast it with out getting "sandboxed". So let me know if im doing it right.

    1. I have a .info domain already, i set up 301 redirection to my money site.
    2. Blast the .info domain with my desired keyword,

    And hopefully my rankings should increase?
     
  18. SEO Controller

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    That's a good and cheap way to get backlinks but it's not as good as using a .info domain and blasting the backlinks there then redirect.
     
  19. chiwawa

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    I didn't know people still use their real URL for backlinks. I use a URL shortener since i heard it can increase the risk of my site being sandboxed.
     
  20. cash202

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    What are your thoughts on blasting a page on .info domain and then redirecting a page? Then blast another page on the same .info domain and redirect it as well? Something like bit.ly method but redirect is created after the blast?