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Link Collider for backlinks, is it safe?

Discussion in 'Making Money' started by USDblades, Jul 9, 2014.

  1. USDblades

    USDblades Newbie

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    I came across Link Collider, you collect tokens by viewing sites and can turn around and use those tokens for views, tweets, shares, and backlinks.

    I read that using link collider to boost your view can get you blocked by google. Would using those tokens for backlinks be safe or is there still a risk?

    I work 14 hours a day at my day job and leave my computer running and doing the autosurf function on Linkcollider and rack up quite a few coins. Your opinions, suggestions, and advice are welcomed and encouraged.

    Thank you for taking the time to provide me with your knowledge. I hope this was the right section since I am trying to monetize my blog and do not want link collider to screw that up.
     
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  2. USDblades

    USDblades Newbie

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    I will look into scrapebox and some tutorials on it. Any other suggestions or advice?
     
  3. Oukast

    Oukast Senior Member

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    My vote would go for GSA, but nevertheless stay away from these free stuffs. Either get some free lists (and tweak them not to post all crap!) off of BHW or purchase some, much better quality if your backlinks.
     
  4. lovekieu

    lovekieu Registered Member

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    never try this way so good luck OP :D
     
  5. USDblades

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    I am not familiar with GSA, when I get off work, I will check into GSA and read more about it. I was going to do some more research on scrapebox and GSA last night but I was pretty tired from work. Today should be pretty cake and can do some much needed reading.

    I will let everyone know either tonight or this weekend, which software I go with.
     
  6. Techxan

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    Link collider is great for social signals: tweets, tumblrs, stumbles, FB shares ( I don't get likes or traffic)

    Many of the accounts are marketers, but many are people who want to promote their own website.

    Since this creates a steady supply of these social signals, its handy.

    To date I have gotten:

    1006 Tweets, 6,810 Facebook Shares, 4,937 Tumblr Posts, 5,116 Stumbleupon Posts, and 2 page views:

    When you set up your website, you need to go back in and edit the settings to exclude views, and set it to no referrer.

    The signals are sold on a point basis, so you can pay 30, 40, 50, or 60 points for each social signal.

    Most people want the most points they can get, so setting it at 60 will bring in the most social signals faster. Setting it lower will cause the rate of acquisition to slow, because people will do all the higher paying shares first. The system is set up so that once someone gives you that signal, they cannot do so from that account again, so gradually they run thru all the higher paying ones and have to do the lower paying ones to get points.

    The traffic will not help, unless you have tons already, because it does not stick around, you get exposure for 25 seconds, then it is gone. Technically, it counts as a bounce unless you have enhanced google's bounce counter. It might boost alexa rankings over time, I never saw anything along these lines.

    The one thing you do not want to use is articles and backlinks. Linkcollider is a known link aggregator, and these links do not help with ranking, and I doubt that they drive traffic. If they are not toxic yet its because google has not gotten around to it, but they will, it is clearly paid links.

    Use it for social signals only, the people have to go into their account to do that, so the source is not linkcollider. You will get social shares from all over the world, so that may be a concern for some, local businesses for instance.

    If you surf Linkcollider without antivirus protection your computer IS infected, it happens at least once in each session.

    Go into your downloads folder and delete all those very small EXE files each day, or buy tokens (or do the social signals giving) instead of surf for points.

    I only run it on a crash dummy for this reason, and if you use Chrome, it will stop the frame breaking.
     
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  7. USDblades

    USDblades Newbie

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    I noticed the frame still breaks even with chrome, I have over 11,000 tokens as I am waiting until I get a domain. Sweet talked the lady into letting me spend some of my money haha.

    Techxan you make valid points about backlinks and views. I already assumed most the views I received from link collider were doing the same thing as me and auto surfing just to acquire tokens. The fb share and tweets seem like they would not be to bad. Is there a way you can create your own message that gets tweeted or shared?
     
  8. oliotech

    oliotech Junior Member

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    i've worked with link collider since 3 years, and i've got 1 backlink/day. But since the 22/7 .... nothing. I was gold member and i'll not pay again :(