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Manual hard work that works

Discussion in 'Black Hat SEO' started by Russian-Czar, Apr 7, 2012.

  1. Russian-Czar

    Russian-Czar Regular Member

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    I am looking for effective way to manually build up backlinks and get traffic to my site.

    What do you recommend I do. As in forum posts, blog comments, facebook and any other method that works very good in manual.


    What I am asking is what is the best way to drive traffic to site if its done by manual work??


    Please advise
     
  2. bk071

    bk071 Jr. Executive VIP Jr. VIP Premium Member

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    You'd better off mix it up with some automation. Doing everything manually would take ages and even though it pays off in the end, I'd still value my time.

    For example, write a quality article, hand spin it to the maximum uniqueness and then use some kind of software to submit it to web2.0s/article directories etc.

    I'll give you an example. A few months back, I had my VA write and hand spin 10 articles using TBS and then had him submit those to web2.0s like squidoo/tumblr etc. Guess what, the web2.0 pages he created now have a page authority of 60-70 and are passing some sweet link juice to my money site.

    So, manual + automation (where possible) = More time, more money.

    All the best.
     
  3. Grinch

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    Just post on alot of forums,PM people and get some ads going around.
     
  4. Flurbuff

    Flurbuff Regular Member

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    The best thing to do manually are the tasks that can't be automated like true participation. For example, if there's a high pr blog that's heavily moderated then you could post to it manually. You'd have to actually read the page and come up with a thoughtful, relevant response to the topic that would get past a moderator that cares. Same thing goes for forums or just about anything.

    Sure, forums and blogs and most other things can be automated, but what can't be automated (in all cases) is meaningful participation.