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Once a list gets shared, satured ?

Discussion in 'Link Building' started by accelerator_dd, Aug 20, 2010.

  1. accelerator_dd

    accelerator_dd Jr. VIP Jr. VIP Premium Member

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    There are numerous lists here offering **************** backlinks.
    My question to you is this:

    Once a list is shared, does it get flagged as a spam source or is it still a valuable backlink, as before?
     
  2. sate solutions

    sate solutions Power Member

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    In my view point..If you do this by Manual it will be worthful for some more time,If you use any softwares then it will be a spam very soon

     
  3. volund

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    The problem is not really links from the site getting flagged as spam. The real problem is a bunch of people hitting the sites all at the same time and the mods and admin bringing down the hammer on new accounts. Then the links do not stick or the links are not visible any longer.

    Much better to scrape your own or pay a little extra for a limited link packet that does not go out to 1000's of people.
     
  4. dadude248

    dadude248 Newbie

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    The further away you get from automated stuff, the better off your are.
     
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  5. volund

    volund Senior Member

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    Automation is not the problem, it is how you use the automation that makes the difference. I can create an account and link using one of my bots that is indistinguishable from one created manually. Now I set that bot to working while I am asleep and it creates me 1k links overnight with maybe 15 mins of my time in setting the run up. How would getting away from that make me better off?

    If I wanted to create that same 1k links manually how long would it take me? At 60 links an hour it would take me 16.66 hours. That makes those links pretty expensive. At $25 an hour each link costs me 41.6 cents, using my bot each link costs me .0625 cents. I really do not see how I am better off staying away from automation.

    Seriously do you drive a car? Do you own a dishwasher? A washing machine? A microwave? All these are examples of good automation that people use everyday. Anything that makes you more efficient and productive is good. This increases the ROI on your time and that is never a bad thing.
     
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  6. castlewood

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    volund

    Do you custom program your bots or do you do ubot or what is your preferred tool for creating bots? If you don't mind sharing that would be appreciated.
     
  7. ezaaa

    ezaaa Newbie

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    I Think.. it still valuate because add our link :p
     
  8. kaLwoki

    kaLwoki Newbie

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    It's really not that difficult to scrape your own list...
     
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    Mix it with your own list and see the results. :)
     
  10. volund

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    uBot is not a bad tool to create bots with. Not perfect by any means but a very good step up from doing things manually. The biggest problem with it is that as things get more complicated the bots start to have more issues. This makes it hard to create one bot for multiple platforms that is stable. Not really a huge problem as you just have to have a separate list for each platform.

    If you are thinking about going in that direction I would purchase yourself a ubot bot or two first and make sure that it is something that works for you before spending the $200 on ubot and trying to make your own. It will allow you to see how they work and when you start doing your own you will have a good idea of where to start and what to improve. You can pick them up for less than $40 each.