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[METHOD]301 Redirects for Web 2.0 Properties Who Don't Like Links

Discussion in 'Black Hat SEO' started by houseaz, Dec 9, 2010.

  1. houseaz

    houseaz Regular Member

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    Recently I've run into a couple of situations where web 2.0 properties DON'T like backlinks (i.e. profile links, excessive building, etc) so I've been gaming that theory a little bit by using 301 redirects.

    1) Register cheap .info domain with registrar who does redirects with masking
    2) Redirect domain with masking to Web 2.0 property including a different title and regular description
    3) Wait 24 hours
    4) Blast the sh#t out of the 301 redirect

    This way you are not direct linking to the specific Web 2.0 property and can even get rankings on it.

    I have a couple of web 2.0 properties that rank in the top 5 for popular Clickbank products and CPA offers.

    Questions?
     
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  2. flaktrak

    flaktrak Power Member

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    great solution!
     
  3. JesusBack

    JesusBack Executive VIP Premium Member

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    good idea, web 2.0's will most likely close you with their first legit complaint.
     
  4. EmpireQuality

    EmpireQuality Elite Member

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    And the web 2.0 properties have no problem with this method? I would think that they would. Also, what "tool" exactly do you use to blast your 301 redirect? Thanks.
     
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    JesusBack Executive VIP Premium Member

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    they won't.
     
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    GreyWolf Executive VIP Jr. VIP

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    To solve that problem you could just set up a landing page on the .info domain and leave it in place while you do all the backlink building. Leave it set up until there's a really large amount of backlinks in place and enough time has passed that no one will be making any new complaints. Then set up the 301 to redirect the .info page to the web2.0 page.

    Doing it like that might even possibly help minimize whatever amount of link juice is lost from the redirect.

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    Another good thing about using a redirect to backlink for the web2.0 pages is if one of those pages is removed then you just have to go change the redirect to a new page. You don't end up with a lot of wasted backlinks out there.
     
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  7. twilightofidols

    twilightofidols Power Member

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    Great idea, but I can just see it getting very costly especially if you have tons of Web 2.0s you really have to weed out which ones are worth it and which ones aren't.
     
  8. bigkapp

    bigkapp Regular Member

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    This method is beautiful , One question ? what kind of links do you suggest blasting the .info's with. Any and everything?