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Discussion in 'Black Hat SEO' started by Nuz25, Oct 2, 2010.

  1. Nuz25

    Nuz25 Junior Member

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    I have a list of 50 URLs and I exported them as an XML file with scrapebox. I want to submit it to RSS feed directories, but I don't know how to do it..

    I'm not even sure that I'm making the right thing BTW.. I just want to get those URLs indexed.
     
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    A good way to do it is to go to Links2RSS and create your feed by pasting in your links. Then download that feed to your pc and upload it to webspace you own. Then go and submit the location you uploaded to to feedlisting....and thats it. Its been working great for me.
     
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    Ya do the links2rss thing. It works.
     
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    If I send it to the RSS service of SB with scrapebox, would it be good 2?
     
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    Yes I think so - you just have to build a good rss services list. Ive been to lazy to give it a try with SB yet :rolleyes:
     
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    If I use the one they are providing it should be allright?
     
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    Yea I think it probably would be - I didnt take notice until now but the list seems fairly extensive. Anyone else have experience or comments with this? In the meantime I will do some testing on it.
     
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    you have to upload the rss file to your website first. any site will work. then submit url to your rss file on your site just like it is html page but for rss.
     
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    I just ran an RSS submit with SB, I had 30 sucess on 77 not bad
     
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    Im running it now - well see how well the indexing success rate is........which is of course highly variable anyway.
     
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    I just made an indexed check but on yahoo this time... and it shows a LOT more indexed links than with Google...

    Is scrapebox going wild, or it's just a normal trend??
     
  12. carthom

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    google is more picky and quite honestly is way more important than yahoo. I would just focus on google.

    My results from the RSS submission in SB were positive, about 50% of my links were indexed - although I expect half of those to be quickly de-indexed because they are of low value and the big G will figure out they are worthless.
     
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    You're saying that Google indexed them in a matter of minues??
     
  14. carthom

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    yep - of the 21 I submitted, 10 were indexed. I check them in SB before I did the RSS - and then about 30 minutes after. Results will vary - some links will take hours, some days, some wont index at all.
     
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    Damn it's not working well for me.. at this point no page were indexed.
     
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    You can also try commenting on high PR wordpress blogs for this. Who cares if they are no follow - doesnt matter since your goal is getting indexed. Also shoot for finding a very specific topic when harvesting so you can make good comments in auto mode. Use only google when harvesting and search for current blogs - I go within the last month. I shoot for 10 or so posts to make this happen. I assume that 50% will never be approved. So if I want to try to index 10 pages, I will kill the process when I have 200 that are succesful in SB. These numbers are of course all arbitrary - but thus far it seems to be working for me.

    Just remember, if your trying to index good pages from good domains thats easy, if your trying to index forum profiles - well thats more difficult and the success rate will be lower.
     
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    Thanks a lot man, but I'm not sure if it's worth it to work hard to get those page indexed because I'm seeing results...

    My rankings jumped from rank 193 to 50 in less than a week.. do you think I will see jump to page 1 from this blast, or I'll need more blasts?
     
  18. carthom

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    I dont think your going to get to page 1 with just blasts unless there is little to no competition for the keyword. Getting to 50 is pretty to easy. Getting to the 2nd page is progress, and getting on the first page is where I would define the start of success.

    what is your overall linking strategy? I assume more than just commenting? Dont forget - google likes link diversity.
     
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    Well my keywords were well researched and they are all low competition, they all have under 10k pages in phrase match and the first spots are mainly occupied by small sites like mine.

    What I did is I had 17 articles written, they're all optimized for a keyword; meta tags, content, URL, everything.

    Then for each article I had two other articles created on the same topic. Each day I would send an article to ezine, goarticle, articlerich, article dashboard and articlesbase. for 21 days.

    The point of this is to get my offline articles to rank for the given keyword so that the link juice is really good (plus the traffic from the articles). I've seen 3 pages with my link on the first 2 pages for a keywords, which got me to spot 15 without doing ANYTHING, that's when I saw that it can really work well. When I started it worked poorly because my offsite articles were not ranking really well. But after some tweaking and spying I learned how to properly name an article so that it easily ranks, since ezine and all those domains have hughe authority (without doing anything). All this is based on the fact that the keywords are low competition. Plus people are taking my offsite articles and posting it on their blogs, which is giving me good quality inbound links (with my anchor text :) )

    After that, I wanted to have some rankings in top 3 at least to get good traffic. And since my keywords don't get that much traffic I need to rank for a couple of them to get decent traffic.

    So I hired a filipino for a month, he built me 30 links a day from PR4-PR9 profiles. I wasted a week a and a half optimizing 10 keywords. After that I focsued on 3 that had a good start. And im now ranking #4,#5,#5 for those keywords.

    So basically he was din what Xrumer is doing, but manually which is much more expensive for me, and that's why I fired him as soon as I saw those Xrumer services. (30 links/day for 20 days = 600 links for about 160$)

    That's pretty much my experience with my site, it's my first one.
     
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    Nice contribution but can one upload in a notepad, file multiple links in link2rss?
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