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[PBN] Explain This Ranking Spam (Google.**)

Discussion in 'Black Hat SEO' started by boleklolek, Feb 8, 2017.

  1. boleklolek

    boleklolek Senior Member

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    Hello,

    So Ive been lurking around google.** (my native) and I have found PBN consisting of 1700 domains registered to 1 company (huge number right)

    And what I found is fucking unbelivable to me because this whole network is built against all rules and somehow managed to not only stay but also ranks sites!

    Check this out in majestic;

    domain: e-lines.**

    And check its refering domains - they are all pbns linked together, registered to 1 company and almost all registered on 1 ip and ALL ARE SPINNED TO HELL!!!!

    And that is 1700 domains LOL!

    Seriously explain this to me? How can it rank and not get deindexed? This is against all kinds of rules/techniques/w/e

    I manually checked few dozens and most look like T2 PBNs powering fresh registered sites, but I also found that from the same PBN's that I though are T2 they are also linking straight to the money sites.

    Can anyone shed some light on this, because this looks more than wierd.

    Is spaming effective way to rank in google.** and the only way?
     
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  2. Nargil

    Nargil Jr. VIP Jr. VIP

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    That's because it's in google.**. Different rules apply for different "Googles" and Google doesn't really care too much about smaller markets. Not to mention that in Polish or Czech, Hungarian etc Google, the amount of websites is small and SEO is still in 2010 - 2012. Directory links, footer/sidebar link exchanges etc etc. are still working perfectly fine. So yeh, this is against all rules and if anyone did that in Google.com, he would get slapped like a little teen emo boy.
     
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  3. terrycody

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    Nargil is right. Thats same as why you can found a lot of spammed PBN domains with Japanese contents, same theory as this. You can imagine a batch of people registered a ton of PBN domains on the day around 2010-2012 and use these domains to rank Japanese sites on Google.co.jp in the old days, have to say, they are really smart guys.

    So the most lined anti-spam system ZOO algos wont apply all Google database, at least at the same time. I always read people can rank easily on BR etc version of Google just by use this technique, so do it if you can or just envy lol.
     
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  4. Stufferizer

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    Do you have any more data related proof to the assumption that the ranking algorithm is different for different googles?

    It seems a bit questionable to me as I have seen dances for the big google.com updates also in local markets.
     
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    And which local ones? The super small ones like Czech, Slovak, Hungarian and even Polish are still stuck in 2012. I am seeing it when I analyze the sites, got clients who work with these markets and so on and since 2012 when I started with IM a bit more seriously, I haven't seen almost any change. The amount of strong authority sites in these markets is small, so getting some serious news backlinks for example is impossible. So my assumption is that Google either doesn't give a fuck about this market, because the amount of effort vs invetment return is basically non existent. Or it allows less quality backlinks to still do their magic, because the number of websites is so small and getting decent backlinks is not really possible.
     
  6. boleklolek

    boleklolek Senior Member

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    my post and site I linked is PERFECT example that google algos doesn't apply at the slightest on google.** at least

    Thats why Im going to make a test and send "QUALITY" (LOL) spam to test site I'll make and see what the outcome will be
     
  7. Fear2403

    Fear2403 Power Member

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    I checked and notice that in my country they use very exact-match anchor text and sape links.It work like a charm.
     
  8. Stufferizer

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    Ok, you're right, you were referring to eastern-EU countries, I was referring to western ones. So probably there is a certain country-specific delay of code getting live. Which is a bit surprising, as, if I were google I would write the code modular and go live immediately with modules that are not country-specific.

    At least on
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    https://www.google.com/about/company/facts/locations/
    you can see that all of the countries you mentioned exhibit a G** office. Would be interesting to compare the situation with countries without G** offices like Croatia, Moldavia, Romania.

    Please update this thread if you acquire any new information. This could open a new path in churn-and-burn strategies for certain countries.
     
  9. boleklolek

    boleklolek Senior Member

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    I decided have bought this https://www.blackhatworld.com/seo/i...s-low-as-0-08-link.860532/page-9#post-9735078

    500 links to 3 keywords 1 url (homepage) these keywords are exact match in different variation, lets see if it does anything should be enough to shoot up to page 1 IF it works
     
  10. codeman1234

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    Does this applies to Google's in South America? Like Argentina, Brazil, Chile, Uruguay, etc?

    Just wondering! Thanks!