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Pinging links.html and resources.html pages?

Discussion in 'Black Hat SEO' started by Powelly, Feb 21, 2011.

  1. Powelly

    Powelly Regular Member

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    Hi all,

    I have got many back links on links pages within my niche (for example: http://www.dcresource.com/links/). My only bad thought about this is that Google is only very rarely going to be checking these less important "links/resource" pages (with no real content) for new links.


    Is there a way to ping or submit all of these types of pages where my link has been added, to get my links ?picked up? and for the vote to my website to count?

    Thanks in advance :)
     
  2. Powelly

    Powelly Regular Member

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    If anyone can help on this issue, then please do
     
  3. chinmokuyuuki

    chinmokuyuuki Junior Member

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    The same way you announce profile/blog comment backlinks.

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    Combine all the urls into 1 or multiple RSS Feeds by using HTML2RSS.com or any other html 2 rss property.

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    Then ping that or those RSS feeds with ping o matic/pingler/SB.

    (optional)
    If you want to increase your chance to get noticed just submit those rss feeds to aggregators and ping those.

    (optional)
    If you want to step it up even more social bookmark those feeds and the aggregators.
     
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  4. Powelly

    Powelly Regular Member

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    Ok, thanks. How many URLs per feed works best? I have around 1,500 links - should I split them between 15 RSS feeds or so?
     
  5. chinmokuyuuki

    chinmokuyuuki Junior Member

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    That's just personal preference, but I usually use 100-250 urls for each rss.
    You can split a list with notepad++ / Textpipe or Scrabebox to do it a little bit faster.
     
  6. PSharma

    PSharma Registered Member

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    Yes, it will be better to ping RSS feeds containing 100-200 links each than pinging individual links.
     
  7. zellow1006

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    what if we create a rss feed using html2rss and tweet that htmlrss url?
     
  8. Powelly

    Powelly Regular Member

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    Ok, so I'm on HTML2RSS.com and creating a feed and I get the following options:
    Enter Desired Title (Optional):
    Enter your site URL:
    Total link to create:
    Optional Type of RSS To Create: Single Page/Link Base

    What should I put in each box? What URL is it asking for? And whats the difference between single page & link base?

    I also have Scrapebox if theres an easier way to do this with that tool?

    Thanks
     
  9. zellow1006

    zellow1006 Junior Member

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    for what you're trying to do, you need to put all of your url's into one feed. so you have to use the "Url's to feed" option instead of "create feed".