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Overwhelmed with different link services here... have I understood them right?

Discussion in 'Black Hat SEO' started by Dodge, Sep 1, 2011.

  1. Dodge

    Dodge Regular Member

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    Hi there,

    So I've been a bit overwhelmed between the many different SEO services available and I was just hoping for some clarification on whether or not I'd understood the ones below right...

    Dripable and Backlinksindexer can be used to build backlinks to any links, but would be most useful to build backlinks to forum profiles, web articles, social bookmark, web 2.0 profiles etc in order to make things look natural in Google's eyes? Backlinksindexer has the advantage over Dripable of building links to a more diverse range of places, as far as I understand.

    Linklicious and Nuclear Link Indexer are used to improve indexing for of links that have been built - this is useful for not just the backlinks I have created myself already on blogs, forum profiles, web articles etc but also the ones created by Dripable/Backlinksindexer....

    Have I understood this right? Are there any other tools that are recommended for people trying to do SEO (I have 10 sites I'm trying to improve ranking for)?

    Thank you :)
     
  2. ardley216

    ardley216 Elite Member

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    hmm yes, personally i skip all the "marketing" jumbo on their websites/threads... 'decode google'...'blow your competitors out of the water'.. and so on.. just give me the numbers!!!!

    anyway yes, what would be the best service for different types of sites..

    for example:

    new blog with 2 articles ranking on easy keywords....?
    new blog with 2 articles ranking on hard keywords...?
    ages sites with many pages ranking for many keywords?
     
  3. roach

    roach BANNED BANNED

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    If you can get high quality .edu .gov backlinks, then get them. Those backlinks seem to count for far more than normal backlinks. Sorry I guess it's a little off topic.
     
  4. alexj.affiliate

    alexj.affiliate Junior Member

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    interesting thread, you nailed it regarding what which service does.

    i will tryout backlinksindexer too myself next month.. as i see alot of positive feedback on it. linklicious does have a free version of there service i use that atm.

    i think i will stick with backlinksindexer since i see alot of people say that backlink to backlink is more succesful than mass pining rss feeds.

    overall good thread will follow this one.

    cheers,

    alexj.affiliate
     
  5. Dodge

    Dodge Regular Member

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    Well I've confused myself further because having looked at the Backlinksindexer website that says that it indexes baclinks by creating more backlinks...

    So if I understand things correctly, Backlinksindexer is saying it will achieve what Linklicious and Nuclear Link Indexer say they will (get backlinks indexed) but rather than doing it by pinging links through an RSS feed which they do, it will do it by creating more backlinks to them (which is what Dripable does).

    So then, if I am following this right, I guess the question is what is more effective...?

    For the timebeing I don't think I'll sign up to any since my sites are new; I'll be in a better position to test them after a few more weeks. But hopefully some people can shed some more light on this because I still am pretty confused :)
     
  6. SuperLinks

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    That sounds about right actually, I'm sure the owners will jump in here and shed some light into best uses of their link services.

    My advice though is to account for some form of high PageRank backlinks, not even trying to plug my service here. You can find a ton of services on here that offer some type of high PageRank backlinks. I mean pages with actual pagerank, not profile pages created on high PR domains or something similar, but links from actual highly trusted and decent PageRank (PR2+ domains).
     
  7. Dodge

    Dodge Regular Member

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    I can't afford $97 unfortunately lol... my 10 sites have earnt me about $15 altogether in the last 3 weeks... need to get ranking well for them through manual linkbuilding and start earning before I can pay for things like that.

    And unfortunately one that was on page 1 disappeared from the top 10 pages 3 days ago and hasn't come back!
     
  8. theindiaphile

    theindiaphile Senior Member

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    Simplify things for yourself by using Linkpushing to build a broad spectrum of feeder sites for your blogs, then blast those with Scrapebox, Xrumer and so on. This is a basic strategy that works. Linklicious is very effective as a means to index the links you're making and is an essential SEO tool in my opinion.

    Ultimately, the best SEO tip is to diversify. So don't put your eggs in one basket - that goes for the sites you're trying to rank, and the type of links with which you're trying to rank them. Use every tool available, so that whatever changes won't affect you. And SEO will keep changing....

    For authority, Big Buddy's .edu link service is unbeatable and worthwhile.

    For an all in one, I find thesilent offers a hell of a service, as does Accelerator DD.
     
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