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Mass Spam GSA

Discussion in 'Black Hat SEO' started by wheels70, Jul 26, 2014.

  1. wheels70

    wheels70 BANNED BANNED

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    Is anyone still ranking new blogs/websites with Mass spam in GSA? But using no tier building?

    Tried this a few months back and worked great. So am in the progress of trying again!
     
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    Velocity can still get your ass up to top of page 2/3 relatively quickly with mass spam...

    Only need to add authority and you can nuke sites like it's 2011.

    Good luck

    -RD
     
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    I have to disagree, with mass spam you can easily get to page 1 within weeks. top of page 2 for an extremely hard keyword maybe
     
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    Can you define velocity? Do you mean link building over multiple weeks/months?

    How do you add authority? By buying blog posts, guest posts etc?
     
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    if you are mass spamming something I wouldn't waste time or money on getting "authority" links because the site will soon burn and then you repeat the process again.
     
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    Yes you can still rank with mass spam but its bit harder than it used to be. Always use a 301 (reduces the juice by 15-20%) but your money site will be safe.
     
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    Yes, it still can be done, but it's very hard to rank and very easy to be tracked by google, unfortunately.
     
  8. shakeitout

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    I'm not playing with small niches and when in small niches it's best to just use everything else because they're less regulatory and will have more sticking power.

    My site from the Live Case Study just got indexed in 10-30,000 monthly's everywhere. So MASS SPAM is cool, but not always needed.

    Though I do like giving my site some solid SAPE or PBN before spamming to balls helps it stick. ;)
     
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    spam work and will always work.
     
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    I agree there, though in all of my tests as long as I have a nice injection of authority before I start spamming - THINK 10-20 PR4-5 PBN links that I own and can remove when project is done. OR 20-30 PR5+ SAPE links with clean metrics.

    That injection of authority and trust are what help it stick and blast through authority thresholds.

    Good luck.
     
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