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(Q for SEO Exps)I Don't Give A Shit If My ONE PAGE LANDER Gets Deindexed!, So What If.....

Discussion in 'Black Hat SEO' started by oni3350, Jan 25, 2010.

  1. oni3350

    oni3350 Regular Member

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    Im using SENUKE! and my main goal is to get as many web2.0 property's ranking for different keywords, each having at least 40% unique content (spun) as i possibly can all linking back to my one page lander which is just a page made to look like a blog!

    This acts as a filter and increases my conversions because i am using the "personal type blog" approach.

    Now, i know its a very bad idea building a ton of backlinks for a new site in a short amount of time, because you run the risk of getting deindexed, (unlikely, but still) or just not even get good PR.

    And i don't give a shit about that, because my main goal is to get a ton of traffic coming through web2.0 property's from different keywords at lets say a rate of 10 different keywords a day.

    So my question is: (and ive already tried asking on the senuke forum, but its getting way to big now with lots of noobs and not enough people who know what they are talking about)

    At a rate of going after like 10 different keywords a day, across like 64 social web2.0 sites FOR EACH KEYWORD and them ALL LINKING TO THE SAME URL, will i run the risk of not getting a decent amount of these web2.0 sites even indexed because they are all linking back to the SAME ONE URL???

    Or would it be a good idea for me to space the submissions out ( this is not what i would like to do by the way, lol)
     
  2. oni3350

    oni3350 Regular Member

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    No one has any answers to this??
     
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    I would be inclined to build a thick website/blog, and
    do deep linking. This is far more natural than linking
    to a homepage. People generally link to individual
    pages they're referring to.

    I would also spread the linking out somewhat, again
    just to make things look more organic.

    HTH

    Glenn
     
  4. oni3350

    oni3350 Regular Member

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    Ok, i have come up with a new idea, but again, im unsure of it lol

    What if i were to build lots of pages with different names, but they are all pages on my original domain. (so this will be kinda like deeplinking) But all the pages will have the exact same copy on them.

    Will i get away with this, do you think?

    Or will Google crawl the URLs find out that they all have the same copy on them and then realize that all these articles that are pointing to these deeplinks all belong to the same article writer?