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Quality Links with Blackhat Techniques

Discussion in 'Black Hat SEO' started by jaz6ix, Apr 29, 2010.

  1. jaz6ix

    jaz6ix Newbie

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    Is there really a way to get quality by using black hat techniques?

    I have been endlessly trying to find ways how to build high quality links and I have yet to find one that really works. I'm now convinced that I will never get any quality links by just spamming using various spamming tools like senuke, linkfarmevolution ... the list is endless.

    Don't tell me there is currently a new working spamming technique. We both know that even if it works well for a little while, the word is out and sooner rather than later someone will automate it and all of our do****** links will "magically" turn to nofollow for a reason lazy ass spammers refuse to admit to themselves, but we all know what that reason is.

    I didn't want to sound too harsh or disrespectful - it is a blackhat community after all, but I don't feel I've said anything wrong and I wanted to clear some things up before I continue.

    As far as quality links are concerned there is only 1 way to get them - using a technique very few are exploiting.

    That technique has to be either known to very few people or difficult enough to keep off all the lazy spammers (no automation possible).

    Now, I know nobody is going to give me their money making machine and tell me: "I give this secret to you just because I like you".

    However, what I hope you will do is sharing some techniques, most of us know, but are not used much because they actually require more work than just typing in a couple of urls and pressing a couple of buttons.

    Here is my list to begin with:

    • Buying links from quality sites
    • Link exchange with quality sites
    • Making free quality themes with links in the footer
    • Making profiles at quality sites and actually contributing to their community by making posts and also sending linkjuice to your profile.
    I would like to get your opinions especially on the last method as this is what I think I'm most capable of doing and hopefully you will add some other laborious methods not mentioned here as well so I know what my options are.

    Thank you.
     
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  2. Micallef

    Micallef Supreme Member

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    I get quality links all the time.

    I use blog spam, wiki spam and other kinds of link insertion spam - manually.

    Hundreds of thousands of sites exist which are unmoderated and high authority. using a simple spin on this, it's possible to get links on pages that are clean of other spam links too.

    Basically, it sounds like you need to brush up your skills.

    if you insist on automation, you are going to have a problem, unless you write the automated tool yourself.
     
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  3. jaz6ix

    jaz6ix Newbie

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    You are right, I need to brush up my skills and that's what I'm here for.

    I'm a (web)programmer and I know quite well how internet works and I have also written a few tools for myself however I'm having difficulties finding ways how to get quality links which also stick.

    Not that I don't like spamming (some call it automation), I don't think it is effective. Perhaps automation could be handy to quickly find places to insert links manually, but again my question is - is it really worth it?

    Suppose I find a PR5 do***** blog to drop my comment. Prove me wrong if I say that links like that (insertion spam) won't be there for very long. As far as i can see it will not take long for a swarm of spammers to find (if they haven't already) the same blog and drop their "nice post" type of comment there as well giving the blog owner a very good reason to make all comments nofollow. Besides aren't comment links devalued by SE's anyway?

    To me a quality link is not just a high PR do***** link but it also has to stick or am I being just too picky?

    I have very little experience in this so I'm asking you.
     
  4. hireganesh

    hireganesh Regular Member

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    yeah, I also use comment spamming with rotated text.
    This method also works great for me.

    Code:
    http://www.blackhatworld.com/blackhat-seo/white-hat-seo/177481-100-backlinks-everytime-you-update-your-blog.html
    
     
  5. Micallef

    Micallef Supreme Member

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    Ok - essentially, most of my websites are held up by high powered comment spam. I can attest that it works. Sure, sometimes you lose your links, but they are so easy to get that to be honest it isn't much of a problem. I have a core of high PR comment spam links that have survived for over a year now.

    I spend about 12 hours per week working on my sites, and occasionally I'll go for a work frenzy where I'm working all the time all week to build content and new sites (once every few months or so). In the normal 12 hour weeks, most of the work is comment spam and other forms of link spam - renewing and finding new link sources. It's just maintenance to replace the lost links.

    All I can tell you is what I do, and that it works. I regularly achieve top rankings using comment spam, and the work isn't very hard. My method is to follow leads, find better cleaner pages on the sites I am led to, rank by pr, leave links. I have auto comment text generators so I don't have to type anything, but I do press the "post comment" button manually.
     
  6. stoned raider

    stoned raider Registered Member

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    i usually harvest many auto-approve high PR blog posts / articles that are do-follow with scrapebox

    since most of them do not run on wp or blogengine i write myself a quick and dirty comment-poster bot

    post spammy comments / get paid for my work, i usually do this for my clients but i have a couple of money-making websites myself

    thats how my working day looks like. sometimes i get to code a new web for someone - i really love doing this, basically thats all i do
     
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    stoned raider Registered Member

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    yes it is, if you dont spam the hell out of a website you can abuse
    just need to make it smart and do not give away your resources to anyone
     
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    stoned raider Registered Member

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    this is how it works exactly, nothing ground-breaking

    @OP just concentrate on finding your own resources
     
  9. jaz6ix

    jaz6ix Newbie

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    Thank you for your input.

    So what you are saying is that by spamming comments the (time_spent / quality) ratio is better than with any other method? How big do you estimate is the % of links that stick with autogenerated comments?

    BTW Micallef, are you using scrapebox too?