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[method] Grey hat way to get high PR backlinks from your niche related sites

Discussion in 'Link Building' started by dekadent30, Aug 16, 2012.

  1. dekadent30

    dekadent30 Power Member

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    My method to gain high PR links :

    You need xRumer and/or Scrapebox

    1. Scrape your niche keywords, and use this or similar footprint for harvesting: inurl:contact us
    2. Harvest some urls, check couple of found urls maybe you will find footprint for specific contact form, then you can change your footprint and harvest one type of contact form and teach scrapebox to post on them (using poster addon)
    3. Now you have to filter your list - for example using scrapebox, choose "check links" load your harvested links, load website - for this you use no website but: textarea
    scrapebox will find all websites with some type of contact form, then save found links. You can check PR of these urls and leave only high PR
    4. Now you use xrumer, load found list, create a project, in message area write something like trhis:

    Hi #hostname webmaster, i found your site in google and want to exchange link with you, my site url: mysite.com, reply if you are interested

    and blast your message, (after blast check learning mode control and save new learned forms) after day or two you will start reciving replies, choose the best and highest PR sites and exchange links with them
     
    Last edited: Aug 16, 2012
  2. T2tkid

    T2tkid Jr. VIP Jr. VIP Premium Member

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    Everything looks cool until you ask for thanks and rep. There are BHW police who are dedicated to restoring BHW rep system.Thanks for sharing though.
     
  3. dekadent30

    dekadent30 Power Member

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    ok removed