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Questions about parasites

Discussion in 'Clickbank' started by Ceallach, Feb 11, 2015.

  1. Ceallach

    Ceallach Newbie

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    i'm new to parasites, and i don't have a lot of technical seo skill so hopefully someone can clarify some things here for me.
    i am going to do some testing using speed ranker and/or spamfinity, maybe some other service(s) across multiple parasites, but if i'm only trying to rank for a low comp keyword, such as "product" review, do i really need to send all those thinks to the same parasite. won't that maybe be serious overkill?
    when ordering such services, lets say 1 package from speed ranker and 1 from spamfinity, is it possible to spread those links over multiple parasites? would it make sense to do so, as to avoid the appearance of obvious spam?
     
  2. BreaknBrix

    BreaknBrix Power Member

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    First, "product + review" keywords can be very competitive. Really depends on the gravity but know your competition.

    Second, I don't care about spam volume or the "appearance" of spam as much as I care about making a natural, viral backlink profile. I generally start my GSA campaigns off with restricts for the first week or 2, then after that I load in lists and blast thousands and thousands of links usually 3 tiers deep.

    This way the backlinks start off slowly, then grow exponentially and explode. It doesn't look like a perfectly straight line. It mimics a viral campaign.

    If I was you I'd order 1 drip feed backpage. Then 2 weeks later order a blast.

    As far as spreading links over multiple parasites yes I've done that. Like I'll set up 1 niche specific campaign in GSA then target 3 different platforms. But you're not using GSA you're using services I know shit about so it'll probably depend on the service.

    -BB
     
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  3. Ceallach

    Ceallach Newbie

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    thanks man, seems like some sound advice.i will definitely be trying to mimc the natural effects of viral content so i'll try something along the lines of what you mentioned. i will be targeting new, newer, newish, cb products for which the comp does not seem to be as high yet (obviously choosing products with potential for growth)

    i will probably try what you mentioned with 1 drip feed building up over 1-2 weeks followed by a blast. if anyone is interested, i will report back here with the results.