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Discussion in 'Black Hat SEO Tools' started by todaysmypayday, Dec 1, 2010.

  1. todaysmypayday

    todaysmypayday BANNED BANNED

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    Can someone harvest Pligg URLs please? I am in need as I think I will only have about 50 out of 4000 sites working once I check them all :(

    I'd do it, but the only way I know how to is manually.
     
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    Take 5 minutes and use the search feature on BHW, there's a ton of lists already posted on here for download.
     
  3. todaysmypayday

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    hmm let's see... do I really look that stupid? I've already searched and combined these lists and they're epic fails now that the people have let the sites drop or changed what's on them.

    Let's not automatically think someone's lazy just because he's asking for some fresh lists, not ones from the beginning of '09 that are 99% dead now.
     
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    I've used bookmarkingdemon extensively to post to pligg sites for close to a year now, and to be honest, after running through thousands
    of sites I realized 80-90% of them are complete garbage that never even see a PR of 1 or 2 because they go down so fast. If you're trying
    to build backlinks, it's not worth posting to these junk sites because your link will be gone in a month or two, which is a negative in google's
    eyes if you're churning hundreds of links and losing them constantly.

    If you're using it just for indexing sites (which is all they're good for really), the highest PR sites are usually the best ones. The top 50 sites
    like jumptags, diigo, stumbleupon, folkd, etc are great for this, and they've been around a long time so your links actually stick for years with them..
     
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    Well out of a list of 2000 that I have from lists that were loaded here 1-2 years ago, I will use those sites as they've obviously been here for over 1 year now. We'll see how that goes. I've gotten a 10% success rate at registering accounts, so that whittles the shitty ones out even more.
     
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    Ooh apparently we have tough guys on this forum, keyboard warriors, that think they need to play mommy and daddy with "rep" of all things and tell people to watch their attitudes "NEWBIE"... I wonder who that could be?

    And you can take your comment, whoever it was, and shove it where the sun dont shine, bet you've been a member here half as long as me, I just don't toll forums or give rep.
     
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    10% sounds about right. I've put lists of 8000+ plus through BMD and usually 20% will be active, of those maybe half will let you sign up
    and of those half will let you post with software like BMD. And of the number you're able to post to, about half will delete your account
    for spamming (a jewish news site doesnt want links about ugg boots), so the final number of usable sites where your links will actually
    stick and matter is miniscule compared to these monster lists with thousands of sites..

    As I mentioned, stick to the high PR ones (PR 4-5 and above), they're the only ones that really get indexed frequently anyway.

    Trust me, take my word on this and you'll save yourself a lot of time, energy and wasted decaptcher credits.. (been there, done that) ;)
     
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