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Ranking For Yahoo And Bing

Discussion in 'Black Hat SEO' started by thebossispro, Jan 25, 2014.

  1. thebossispro

    thebossispro Regular Member

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    I know ranking for yahoo and bing is easier than ranking in google, But is it worth it to create 2nd-3rd tier links for bing and yahoo? Or is it better just better to spam the website with links with gsa ser?
     
  2. smokemeoutdawg

    smokemeoutdawg Newbie

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    heh its easier to rank in Google than Yahoo/bing for me.

    My site's page 1 on Google and only 3rd in bing/yahoo

    What gives right

    I think yahoo/bing loves content more than backlinks.
     
  3. thebossispro

    thebossispro Regular Member

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    Really? I though it was vise versa, In that backlinks count for more than content
     
  4. MegaSEO

    MegaSEO Junior Member

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    What you have to remember is Bing and Yahoo use a different algorithm than Google and since most people here focus on Google since it has the highest search volume a lot less is known about Bing's algorithm. In my opinion spam plays a larger role with Bing than it does Google since their algorithm is not as advanced as Google's.

    I would rank like you were ranking for Google and then let Bing and Yahoo take care of itself naturally.

    MegaSEO
     
  5. Scariot

    Scariot Regular Member

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    yap me also its easy to rank on google rather than bing or yahoo...
     
  6. SEO Power

    SEO Power Elite Member

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    Yeah, I would create tiered links if I wanted to rank in Yahoo and Bing. When you optimise for Google, your site usually ranks well in Yahoo and Bing, so building links just for Yahoo and Bing may not be necessary.
     
  7. EddieC123

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    EMD, a few decent links & a load of spam links - has always worked for me.
     
  8. Ambassy

    Ambassy BANNED BANNED

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    Bing&Yahoo are generally VERY spam friendly (lazy-ass cunts).
    You can rank them by sending tiered spam to your site but the most effective way IMO is to simply purchase some PBN posts from BHW and watch them rank. Google will of course penalize your site within a few months but Bing&Yahoo naively will keep your site in the top spot for plenty of months to come.

    Source:
    My own projects and experiments - take a look at my old site below:
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    Even though Google (rightfully!) penalized it over 2 months ago Bing&Yahoo still keep it #1.
     

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    naskootbg Power Member

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    woundedsoul Newbie

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    You can rank on all three with high pr links and PBNs.
     
  11. Ambassy

    Ambassy BANNED BANNED

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    Read the question... Wtf does deindexing have to do with anything!?

    Also, you're wrong.
     
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  12. SEO Power

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