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Discussion in 'Black Hat SEO Tools' started by Jurojin87, Aug 11, 2011.

  1. Jurojin87

    Jurojin87 Newbie

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    Hello Everyone,

    I am launching a website and looking to launch with a bang. My website its intended to be a long term project and I am looking for tools to start strong.

    I having been reading through tons of posts but I need to make sure I would get my site banned from google. I would rather use tools with little effect than risk losing the domain.

    Anyone have any advise?

    I have been looking into bookmarking demon if anyone had any opinions.
     
  2. EvilPlankton

    EvilPlankton Junior Member

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    From my experience, you should start off manually backlinking slowly if the domain is less than 1-3 months old. After that, you can start using automated tools like SB and BMD. It's important to ramp up the backlinking slowly and maintain link velocity. A single large blast followed by nothing will look suspicious.
     
  3. Jurojin87

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    That makes sense. My domain is probably about a year old now because I was lazy and never got around to putting the site up. Are there any tools that I should avoid?
     
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    Avoid doing a massive XR blast, imo. You can think you're doing a huge SB blast but usually the actual live links will be much less than you thought.
     
  5. Jurojin87

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    That makes sense. Have you or anyone you know of been banned?
     
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    Nope but I am pretty cautious I dont use xrumer at all
     
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    Yea go slow, get google to like you and show you some respect (not much) and ramp it up from there
     
  8. Jurojin87

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    How about tools like amr?