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Method To Get One-Way Backlinks

Discussion in 'Black Hat SEO' started by showboytridin, Nov 17, 2009.

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  1. showboytridin

    showboytridin Regular Member

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    Here is a method to get some one-way backlinks that works pretty well. You need to get a secondary site. Set up something simple and contact other webmasters to trade links (reciprocal links). It can be from a different niche. Put all the links ********, it doesn 't matter.

    After a few reciprocal links (10~30) we need to redirect our secondary site to our main site. We will use a 301 redirect. But we will only redirect search engines, not normal users. This way you can continue with the reciprocal links and the other webmasters will not remove the backlinks.

    Use this code on the top of the PHP file(s) to redirect all the backlinks to your main site (don 't forget to change your link):

    Code:
    if (preg_match("#(google|slurp@inktomi|yahoo! slurp|msnbot)#si", $_SERVER['HTTP_USER_AGENT'])) {
    
        header("HTTP/1.1 301 Moved Permanently");
        header("Location: [COLOR=Red]http://www.your-main-site.com/[/COLOR]");
        exit;
    
    }
    
    Now you will have one-way backlinks to your main site. Google will redirect the link juice to the main site and will not crawl the backlinks of the other webmasters on the secondary site.

    Some notes:
    - you can use a better script to do that.
    - I believe that the secondary site will have the same pagerank after the redirection (or the actualization of pagerank).
    - It 's easier to trade links on niches like games, porno etc. Keep that in mind, your goal is to trade many links.
    - you can redirect before the first backlinks, but I think this works better this way
     
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  2. wojos

    wojos Registered Member

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    It is good idea and you have right with PR "transporting" :) Many poor links you can buy in packs from some users hear. Thanks for sharing this method ;) I am going to use this tomorrow
     
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    sweeties Newbie

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    Thank you for that share, its look pretty good.
     
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    perfeng702 Newbie

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    thanks. i'll give it a shot.
     
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    showboytridin Regular Member

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    This way it 's possible to get high quality one-way backlinks. Works very well, just need to be smart.
     
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    luistridin Newbie

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    yes, this works very well. I tried on some sites and the site jump on serps
     
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    Pardon my ignorance! If you're using WP, where exactly do you put the code? Anyway, it's nice of you to share...
     
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  8. Italian Hawk

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    Is this likely to get my site sandboxed?
     
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    dfng1983 Regular Member

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    Thank you
     
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    maxthon Newbie

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    Sory i'm still confuse where to put the code i'm using wp those it work using blogspot thxs
    Posted via Mobile Device
     
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    showboytridin Regular Member

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    You need to put these code before the html in wordpress. You will need to change some PHP file. I don 't remember the structure of wordpress now, I can 't help more.

    In blogspot will not work. We need access to server for this. Otherwise that 's not possible a 301 redirect.

    The 'thank you' posts are against BHW rules. Use the button instead.


     
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    showboytridin Regular Member

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    No, but after the redirect, your secondary site will not be indexed. And you don 't need that. You just want to delivery some good link juice to your main website.

     
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    Rwh909r Newbie

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    Not 100% true. This is known as Cloaking and offering something to users that is different then what you are showing to Google is a MAJOR VIOLATION of their Webmaster Guidelines shown here:

    "Cloaking refers to the practice of presenting different content or URLs to users and search engines. Serving up different results based on user agent may cause your site to be perceived as deceptive and removed from the Google index."
    http://www.google.com/support/webmasters/bin/answer.py?hl=en&answer=66355

    Sure this will work but only until Google catches on (and they will catch on) or someone reports your site, then your 2nd site will be blacklisted and removed from the index, loose all your links and most likely your main site that you were redirecting the links and search engines too will be removed.

    Its best to be sure to know ALL the risks of what you are doing when you try to trick search engines.
     
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    bryanon Executive VIP Premium Member

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    While I agree with Rwh909r regarding the high chance of getting your cloacked site de-indexed once Google catches you (although I must stress that it was posted in Black Hat SEO section and most of the strategies discussed here involve this risk - it's simply something you need to deal with), I strongly disagree with this bit:

    The main site will contain no elements that are against Google's guidelines (cloacking will take place only on the redirect site), therefore there's no reason for Google to de-index you. If this was true then what would stop me from creating hundreds of cloaked redirect sites, pointing them to my competitors' sites, reporting them to Google and getting them de-indexed?

    An exception to this is perhaps if your redirect site and your main site share the same IP address - in this case it's reasonable to expect that both of those sites are yours and Google might go ahead and de-index you.
     
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    The main site will never be removed, and (almost for sure) will continue with the backlinks. The secondary site will be removed from the index when you redirect to the main site. Even if this site is blacklisted... so what? We get our main goal. But if you don 't want to show different content to search engines and users you can redirect to the users too and wait that the webmasters don 't remove your backlinks.

     
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  16. ThomasDark

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    Thats a very clever idea, I am currently using secondary sites in a linkwheel format, and have backlinks to them, don't know if it will change much, but if i 301 one of the sites ( i assume you cant 301 more than one site?) in the link wheel to the money site, that might add some link juice. and the linkwheel will still be in place, technically.
     
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    Great idea which should definitly work well on websites/blogs with PR1+
     
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    This works very well, never had a problem. Even if the secondary site get banned (or something like that), all the backlinks go to the main site. I may be wrong, but I think that 's possible (possible and get results) to redirect more than one site.
     
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    This is one of those ideas which really has some great value, well done for posting it. I've never touched reciprocal links before but now I have this trick up my sleeve, I expect I'll be able to get a lot of relevant links. Excellent stuff.
     
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    I don't think this idea is Good idea . there is more possibilities of getting banned . as google run secondary robots without identity to find cloaking site . then compare actual data with secondary data . I read somewhere about it and this is true . so I suggest avoid it .
     
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