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Matt Cutts Kills Another Blog Network

Discussion in 'Black Hat SEO' started by SolidTactics, Apr 19, 2014.

  1. SolidTactics

    SolidTactics Regular Member

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    Need to be smarter than using public blog networks.
     
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    Being outspoken leads to end up with despair. Postjoint brought the attention of Google to itself with serious blog posts after the ruination of MyBlogGuest.
     
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    I hate red flags - matt is saying right.
     
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    The trend will go on, and why does he publicize such actions?
     
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    What does it actually mean?
     
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    and you are trying to promote your signature.
     
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    BLACK HAT WORLD TERMS OF USE

    Signature breaches forum rules. Reported!


     
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    prop·a·gan·da

    ˌpräpəˈgandə/

    noun

    noun: propaganda; noun: Propaganda
    1.information, esp. of a biased or misleading nature, used to promote or publicize a particular political cause or point of view.
     
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    If people could understand the difference between "public" and "private" they wouldn't have to sweat bullets...

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    Any "Private" network that is advertised on a website or forum (look how many "private" networks are in the BST section here - it is comical) is NOT private. I don't understand how people cannot understand this...
     
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    Ha, it is amazing how many PRIVATE networks are advertised ALL OVER the web and they allow ANYBODY to sign up lol
     
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    I'm with W130SN, if it's public google can get access to it. To me a private network is that, private, no one else has access. That is almost impossible to pick up, a public network service is different, google can submit 100's of sites for links, think about it, it cost them pennies. The volume of sites they can submit means they can catch a fair size chunk of the network, then they can back trace a few things and do real damage. I'm not saying don't use these services, most work great, be aware of what is going on. If you have one site, you need to spend money building your own, if you don't looking in the mirror shows you who is to blame if the public network gets hit. Public networks are ideal for churn and burn type sites, they will bump you up and away you go. If were doing serious stuff for a client who has one site, they'd be building their own network.
    Regarding the red flag, it probably means any service advertising they have no footprints will be a high target to prove them wrong, not hard G signs up, adds plenty sites, does a bit of work, bang, another network out.
     
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    No problem with that guys, i think people mostly will be clever and will use those public networks for churning and burning, so it doesnt matter, that is the game. Just find a new one and make the most out of it.

    I will never use my legit sites with those public shitty networks, just churn and burn guys.
     
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    Completely agree with the posts on here. There is no such thing as a private network that advertises or sells links. Doesn't exist.

    Also anyone selling a service that says there is "no footprint" is straight up lying to you. The only exception is someone doing completely custom SEO and they sure as hell aren't selling that package for $299 on BHW.
     
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    Many public networks got hit too ..
     
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    I think every blog network got hit
     
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    OK everyone is saying not to use networks who advertise themselves. But where can we buy links then? Most of us don't have the money and resources to build our own networks, we need to use someone's service. What choices do we have?
     
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    The good old networking. Get into small groups, Skype groups, chat rooms and what not, create connections and ask around.

    Outreach bloggers or site owners within your niche, pay them for a link or guest post. This is the traditional way of buying links.

    Use a public service at your risk, until you build your own network. If I were to buy blog posts from marketplaces I'd choose small networks, and must be available for limited time/spots.
     
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