My site gets SB'd hard

Discussion in 'Black Hat SEO' started by BostonFever, Mar 19, 2011.

  1. BostonFever

    BostonFever Junior Member

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    Should I approve the non-spammy looking comments, or will that hurt my ranking in google?
     
  2. victoriavain

    victoriavain Regular Member

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    I would not approve them but if you want to just delete the link they added.
     
  3. Autumn

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    I definitely wouldn't. Why share your link juice just for some shitty generic bot generated comment? You could also potentially include yourself in a bad neighbourhood by linking to some shitty spam site.

    If your site is a real site, you should only approve real comments, and if it's a spam site, you shouldn't bother approving any comments at all.
     
  4. scriptomania

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    You can actually turn this around in your favour. Instead of deleting the links, I tend to change them to point to internal pages of my site and approve them afterwards. Gives a somewhat stronger internal linking structure.

    Don't approve them with the original backlinks in place though, no point sharing the linkjuice.
     
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  5. talruum

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    I dont known what to do with the links... listen to the guys who tell you what to do... but think about the content: doesn't delete it at all. Googlebot LOVE more content found on a page every visit.

    More content = more long tail.