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My competitor has 164k backlinks to homepage

Discussion in 'Black Hat SEO' started by JuliaG1, Nov 5, 2011.

  1. JuliaG1

    JuliaG1 Regular Member

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    I am at 12k, what would be the best way to catch up without raising any flags but at a decent rate. The site I have is 9 years old so I doubt the sandbox is probable but anything is possible. Feel free to plug services I need ideas.

    Programs I have at my disposal(will buy others if need be)
    Scrapebox
    AMR
    TBS
    SEO powersuite

    Thank you
     
  2. flx89

    flx89 Senior Member

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    as your website is 9 years old, it's less possible to be sandboxed fast. You can try to scrape some blogs, that have very less OBL.
     
  3. gatra

    gatra Regular Member

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    Does your competitor have quality backlinks? Do you have? (.edu bl for example)
     
  4. jamunkala

    jamunkala Regular Member

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    I think the best way is increase the number of links daily like for 10 days 100 links, next 10 days 500 each then 1000 links each day and son on. I have seen sites making doing it and have been successful like twitter and facebook, i mean they are not hundred years old.

    Also don't just stop suddenly when you reach your desired number of links.
     
  5. dowser

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    Try using SB with high PR, .edu and low obl on different platforms
     
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    omida86 Power Member

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    Use XRumer posting mode and post 3000 posts each day with your link in it...
     
  7. macdonjo3

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    Sucks to be you then, eh? :)
    Like others said, lots of backlinks have less chance of hurting a 9 year old domain negatively.

    Macdonjo3
     
  8. DaveWolf

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    Can you beat him in content? More backlinks is not always the answer.
     
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  9. resistosai111

    resistosai111 Power Member

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    If you need any tier types of back links link pyramid etc contact me .I will do for good price.
     
  10. cocaco

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    you can get senukeX but i really suggest you to buy/join a blog network cause this is one of the most powerfull ways for getting high quality backlinks fast
     
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    Number of backlinks doesn't really matter. Did you check out any of the backlinks? If you are just going by a number, then it isn't a good indicator of what you need to take over his position. What if all of his links are from a few hundred sites?

    I have several sites that give me over 10,000 links EACH because they are site wide links on huge autoblogs.

    Just keep doing whatever you did to get 12k links, and do it over and over until you take over his position. Maybe you just need 1 more high quality link, maybe you need a million more.
     
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  12. BassTrackerBoats

    BassTrackerBoats Moderator Staff Member Moderator Jr. VIP

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    Good point; you very well could out content him for success.
     
  13. SuperLinks

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    Remember that quantity isn't why he's ranking. Anyone can get quantity these days, especially with the abundance of XR & SB services for dirt cheap.

    Chances are these are likely sitewide backlinks, from footers, blogrolls or something similar. Have you verified this?

    Chances are you *may* even be able to get the same links he's getting, unless he owns/operates the other sites. They could be paid links and all it would require is to ask how you could purchase a "link advertisement" on the said sites.

    If not, look for other sitewide blogroll links from higher quality sites if you want quantity of links. Obviously be sure to check the amount of pages indexed BEFORE buying the links to assure its from a large site.
     
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  14. babyann

    babyann Newbie

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    Thanks for sharing the info about blog networks. I did not know about these. After coming across your post I Googled the term and it looks promising as a way of getting quality backlinks as you posted. I am going to join some of these right away.
     
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    My competitor has 120K++ backlinks and at one point, I had only 1/3 of his numbers. I still outranked his.

    Blog networks are good but those that keep your links on the front page (page with actual PR) are mostly rented out on a monthly basis. These do not sit well with me personally but if you need fast results, these would be the best bet.

    I still recommend that you consistently build links to your site even after you managed to rank with these High PR blogs. You don't want to be held hostage by these blogs cos once you stop paying them, you may drop right back down after they remove your links. Also, there are also instances of blog networks like these that gets deindexed after G pwns them!

    Diversify your links and be consistent with them. Sooner or later, you will beat your competitor. Don't let the number of links fool you.
     
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    Chances for a 9 years old site to get sandboxed are low but it still possible. it's pretty much depense on the term that you are targeting.
     
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    tgpycq Supreme Member

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    Does it matter if you own the site for all 9 years? Or if someone else owned it for 8.5 years and you bought it over few months ago? Does this make a difference?
     
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    "Out linking" your competitors is the most difficult, time consuming, single worst strategy (behind only, just sit and wait and maybe eventually they'll fall).

    Whether he has 100,000 links pointed at the homepage.. Are they quality? How many high PR homepage links are there? How many high PR period?

    You think a few GOOD links couldn't knock that high horse down? It could. Especially if you ensured your on site SEO is pristine, regularly add new optimized content, actively partake in social networking, etc.

    Basic stuff. But instead of just blasting whatever Scrapebox returns to you, filter it down. Until you end up with only the highest quality back links possible. If you don't want to do that.. Pay somebody.

    There's that high PR blog network floating around here somewhere, where for $97 you get 50 blog posts across something like 25 aged, high PR blogs. Do that, get homepage links. Get page roll links (links on the footer/sidebar of EVERY page of a good blog).

    Don't just blast 200,000 links and hope that the ones you need to beat your competition are probably in there. Make sure you get them. Optimize your WEBSITE TO INCREASE THE VALUE OF THESE LINKS!!!!!!

    100,000 links is nothing to be worried about. Do some keyword research on just about anything and watch what kinds of sites can outrank one plastered with 100K shit links.
     
  19. kokoloko75

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    Examine his backlinks.
    If it's a competitor, so "his backlinks can be yours".

    Beny
     
  20. kokoloko75

    kokoloko75 Elite Member

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    I think no matter.
    Never heard that Google examines the whois of domain names to know owners history.

    If the domain had 10 differents owners but always with white SEO, so don't worry.

    Beny