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Noobie needs help with SEO

Discussion in 'Black Hat SEO' started by seananniganss, Oct 24, 2011.

  1. seananniganss

    seananniganss Newbie

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    Hey everybody. I've been browsing around these forums for a little over a week now and have been learning way more than I can apply at one time. I'm going into the IM field guns blazing and am determined to make it work. I currently have a micro niche review blog with affiliate links at the end of the article. I used SeNukeX with the cosmic blast to promote my site. I ran it over a 3 day period. I can't post links on the forum yet, but if you type cosmic blast in the search you will be able to see the diagram.

    Now my question is this:

    I'm not exactly sure what the nuke did. I know that it created a bunch of profiles on different social networking sites, did social bookmarking, and rss feeds. I had to do about 9 different articles and it submitted them to sites. The articles had my link on them of course. Was I supposed to spin each of those 9 articles to make it turn into hundreds of articles? Also I'm reading online that people create articles with links to their site and then blast the links of the articles using scrapebox. So do I need to find whatever articles SeNuke submitted for me and blast those links? Or did SeNuke do all the blasting and I just need to run that over and over again? The blast completed this morning, and I'm currently not ranked for any of the keywords. I know it takes a like a week before noticing a change. Do I continue to blast with SeNuke constantly like people do with Scrapebox? Or do I need to wait a week in between SeNuke blasts? I'm so confused, any help would be appreciated. Thanks!
     
  2. omida86

    omida86 Power Member

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    yes, you should spin them to make them more unique. Make sure you spin at least 5 individual titles. For article directories and press-release sites, spin them by hand so they are human readable.

    For medium/high competition keywords you need to backlink your backlinks. A good strategy is to AMR your Web2.0 properties to auto-approve article directories and then scrapebox blast and forum profile blast the articles from the article directories.

    This way you site will receive a lot of linkjuice.

    Also make sure you vary your anchor a lot or else you will be sandboxed.

    Good luck!
     
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  3. seananniganss

    seananniganss Newbie

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    So if I understand correctly. I have the articles pushing links to the web 2.0s and then blast links to the articles with scrapebox? So it goes scrapebox link takes to article. Then article link goes to web 2.0 then web 2.0 goes to money site? And what exactly does AMR stand for?
     
  4. Techkat

    Techkat Registered Member

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    Yes, you got that right.
    And AMR is the abbreviation for Article Marketing Robot.
     
  5. seananniganss

    seananniganss Newbie

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    Ok cool. Now as far as using scrapebox. I've seen people talking about putting the keywords as the name and using spun anchor text. Now what exactly is anchor text? And won't keywords as the name look like spam? Where else would you put the keywords?
     
  6. omida86

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    When backlinking to backlinks it's better if you use regular human names as anchor. When backlinking to moneysite, it's better to use keyword as anchor. If your comment is good it will be approved anyways.
     
  7. seananniganss

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    So the anchor text is basically just the name field? Or do you incorporate the keywords somehow into the comment? Or when using human names you don't have the keywords used at all? I guess I just want to see what an example would look like. Eg.

    Name: human name
    Comment: hey this was a really interesting article that you wrote up. Very clever and witty. Thanks for the good read. (then paste link)?

    Like that? Or is there somewhere to put links?