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Psst! Here's the Exact Method I Use to Get Tons of PR0-5 Backlinks for Free!

Discussion in 'Black Hat SEO' started by BalingDazzer, Sep 17, 2009.

  1. BalingDazzer

    BalingDazzer Regular Member

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    *This picture has been added to spice up the thread.

    I've learned a bunch of awesome stuff from this forum and thought it was time for me to give something back! So, let's get started.

    What we're going to be doing is finding high PR pages on Digg and commenting on them for links. Oh, and before you ask, yes, the backlinks will be nofollow, but that still doesn't mean they don't carry weight in Google's eyes. (They don't carry on PageRank to the linked page, but they still do count as a link.)

    I remember reading something like this method a while back here on the forums but mine is slightly different as it makes finding the pages with a high PR a much easier task than randomly opening pages. Anyways....

    1. First, go ahead and install the http://hiderefer.org/?http://addons.mozilla.org/en-US/firefox/addon/3036 for Firefox (you are using Firefox, right?). We're going to need this to sort the pages we find by PR

    2. Go to Google and search for this (I'll explain it in more detail below):

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    site:digg.com "Made popular * *, 2005" AND "0..50 Comments" -inurl:search
    3. Change the number of results shown to 100 by clicking on the advanced search link

    3. Wait a while (1-3 minutes) for the PageRank field to load for all the results and then click on the PR down arrow to sort the results in order of descending PR

    4. Open the pages and comment with your backlinks

    5. Ping the page using one (or all) of these http://mashable.com/2007/10/09/online-blog-pingers/

    Basically what the code does is search for stories made popular on Digg during 2005 that have between 0 to 50 comments. You can change the max number of comments to anything you want, but I say that the less comments (thus, the less links) on the page, the more yours carries weight. *The "-search" is just something I added since I was getting a lot of useless results from Digg's search.

    From the results you can see the potential of this method since their are thousands and thousands of pages that fit the criteria you're searching for. And even though these pages are 2+ years old (or 1 or 3, depending on the year you chose), they are still cached by Google every few days or so (probably even faster if you ping them) ensuring you're link will be indexed.

    There are a few downsides to this method, though. (Well, only two that I can think of.)

    The first one is that every 200 results you'll have to clear you cache/cookies/everything and use another IP since Google will stop showing PR results for SEO Quake because of all the automated queries. The second problem is that sometimes you will get pages that have no PR but appear in the results since they have a popular related post listed under the "Related by Keyword" header and are within the date range you specified. But then again, that isn't a problem since you can just sort the pages using the tool.

    That's about it folks! Don't limit yourself to this exact method, be creative and put your own twist to it. Their are tons more of social media sites or whatever sites waiting for your links :)
     
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  2. stevesdata

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    Thanks for this looks good. I also believe that there is a lot of bs regarding do / dont follow links.

    There is evidence of low PR pages that outrank high PR pages and logically I believe this is because the pages links do count but dont contribute to PR - like the OP said ;)

    One thing though be careful with SEO Quake it can freak big G out a little for automated search queries I would probably use with TOR.

    Thanks OP

    :)
     
  3. haylander

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    thanks for the great share , i heard also that nofollow links still affect your SERP .
    i'm not sure of that but this would be great if it's true .
     
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    "There is evidence of low PR pages that outrank high PR pages and logically I believe this is because the pages links do count but dont contribute to PR - like the OP said"

    This is definitely worth some further research.
     
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    I thought digg doesn`t allow to post comments on stories older than 6 months...
     
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    When you start looking at competitors and looking at the first page of results for certain terms every now and again you will find a low PR site ranking very very well. Its very annoying I dont have any examples to hand but I see them from time to time...

    Also you will see that big G acknowledges less links than a$k, yah00 and b1ng. I believe a link is still a link. There are also theories of algorithm flaws regarding the ******** / dontfollow that suggest there are scenarios when search engines can't tell the difference and may count dontfollow links as ******** ones.

    The other thing to remember is links mean traffic as well as SEO benefits.

    :)
     
  7. BalingDazzer

    BalingDazzer Regular Member

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    ^^a very good example is http://www.blackhatworld.com/blackhat-seo/makemoneyforbeginners.blogspot.com/ that ranked #1 constantly for terms like "make money" even though it had a big fat PageRank of 0. (The blog now has a PR2 and doesn't rank #1 for that term but Google's been shuffling results these past few weeks.)
     
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    i guess you haven't tried it :D
     
  9. stevesdata

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    What is also not a coincidence is the fact its a bl0gger blog ;)

    :)
     
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    I wouldn't expect any algorithm flaws, that strikes at the heart land of Big G. If it is something they cannot control and the algorithm gives the benefit of doubt to the link, then it's a feature.

    A few months ago I was searching the net for old news on blogs about google's algorithm flaws that have popped up over the years. The news gets around so fast and with in a week or two it is corrected.
     
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    Thanks for the awesome share al be sue to try out this and see what i can make of it. Thanks mate.
     
  12. stevesdata

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    I just heard they generally have trouble determining whether a link is ******** or dontfollow sometimes. I think I read here that there were examples of sites gaining PR with large numbers of dontfollow links.

    I suppose the point is there seem to be a lot of members / info out there that encourages ppl never to bother with dontfollow, which I think is crazy.

    ******** is definitely better but I look for both.

    :)
     
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    that guy is a former blackhatter and still is..
     
  14. Ekim

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    That only makes sense... It happens when the lower PR sites in your search are better optimized for that specific search term than the high pr sites showing up lower in the serps.
     
  15. SEOHolicc

    SEOHolicc Newbie

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    So then he's NOT a former blackhat?
     
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    If you put that search string into a serp scraper, you could pull in all kinds of results. For example this one http://www.blackhatworld.com/blackhat-seo/black-hat-seo/73109-php-google-serp-scraper-3-lines-code.html
     
  17. BalingDazzer

    BalingDazzer Regular Member

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    SEOHolicc, actually, he still is a blackhatter and one of his readers has this forum where they discuss the methods they use. I used to be a member but got banned due to "Inactivity".
     
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    The rel=NoFollow attribute was introduced by Google as a direct response to the problem of linkspam.

    When a spider finds a nofollow link, it will follow it, but the link's value in terms of ranking the target site higher is set to 0. Nofollow should have been called NoRank.

    What I'm saying is that Google introduced nofollow in order to combat attempts at serp manipulation. It gave spam-inundated webmasters the option of saying to spammers "you will not get any ranking value from spamming my site so don't bother". The very basis of the nofollow attribute is that is stops links under its sway contributing to Google rank.

    Why would Google not be able to remain true to this idea? It's a simple html tag.

    NoFollow links are unhelpful in terms of rank. They can help you get indexed though, and they might help google work out what your site is about due to anchor text. Even this is pushing it, however.

    If you are not that good at getting backlinks, you might as well pick up a nofollow if you see it just encase the rumours are true. However, if you can easily get a ******** in place of a nofollow relative to the time you have, it's not a good idea to opt intentionally for nofollow links.
     
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    You forgot that you can check only 200 or 300 results by SEOQuake aftewards it stops working for hours or maybe a day. I have done this several times to find do-follow pages.
    Plus those no-follow links won't help you much brother. If you want to use it in your favor, first try to find some do-follow sites that let you comment on their topics then go and find pages with positive PR.

    My $0.02
     
  20. BalingDazzer

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    You might have missed it, but I mentioned that near the end.