[S] Google Bowling Service

battleck

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Hello,
does anyone offer a google bowling service?
When yes, what does it cost to bowl a site? :)

bye
Tobi
 

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1) Go to the service section
2) Buy the largest package for any xrumer service
3) Wait for results

RESULTS:
A) You get the site penalized.
B) You strengthen the site and just wasted your money hahaha
 

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1) Go to the service section
2) Buy the largest package for any xrumer service
3) Wait for results

RESULTS:
A) You get the site penalized.
B) You strengthen the site and just wasted your money hahaha


Well wow, I just Googled that and found out what it was. I thought it was spam bot haha.

Never heard the term, know the practice though.
 
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Hello,
does anyone offer a google bowling service?
When yes, what does it cost to bowl a site? :)

bye
Tobi
If you take a little time to read through the threads on this site you'll find that trying to sabotage another site is frowned on.

It's also a bit of a dangerous thing to try. The main way people think of is to do an overly excessive backlink building campain. While it's true that being way to aggressive could get a site sandboxed, there's also a chance that you'll just create a really successful campain for your competitor and make it even that much harder to beat them. The other way to try it is to start making backlinks to their site in "bad neighborhoods". This might seem like a better strategy, but google is aware that this goes on and tries to identify when it's happening. Again your efforts to damage your competitors rankings could inadvertently have the result of helping the site's serp listing more than harming it.

Overall you efforts are probably better spent trying to improve your site rather than harm someone elses.

You also don't always know who owns a site. What if it's another member on bhw who's site you ready to trash.
 

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If you take a little time to read through the threads on this site you'll find that trying to sabotage another site is frowned on.

It's also a bit of a dangerous thing to try. The main way people think of is to do an overly excessive backlink building campain. While it's true that being way to aggressive could get a site sandboxed, there's also a chance that you'll just create a really successful campain for your competitor and make it even that much harder to beat them. The other way to try it is to start making backlinks to their site in "bad neighborhoods". This might seem like a better strategy, but google is aware that this goes on and tries to identify when it's happening. Again your efforts to damage your competitors rankings could inadvertently have the result of helping the site's serp listing more than harming it.

Overall you efforts are probably better spent trying to improve your site rather than harm someone elses.

You also don't always know who owns a site. What if it's another member on bhw who's site you ready to trash.
Youre right, spending some money on this strategy is usless...but i thinked there is someone here that can guarantee that a site will be deindexed :)

For now i bought Scrapbebox and read now all things about using it, i think spending money on this is much better.
 

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GreyWolf speaks wisdom dude. Been there done that. Learned something way more fun and rewarding, but it can take a few bucks and effort. Dependent on the niche as well.

Grab a handfull of domains and create a micro or miniweb complete with all the web2.0, linkwheels, backlinks and all and not only destroy and bury your comp but make a living and ROA as well. As a service... plenty of offers here at BHW that you can "buy" all or most of the top pages.

Then buy better beer and a better bowling ball.:rolleyes:
 

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Haha, I wasn't trying to feed in a sabotage discussion last night. I was a little tired and a little out of it. Sorry if I added fuel to the fire.
 

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Haha, I wasn't trying to feed in a sabotage discussion last night. I was a little tired and a little out of it. Sorry if I added fuel to the fire.
No, your reply was right on target.

You let the OP know that if he tries something like that, he has about the same odds as a coin toss as to whether it will get the site penalized, or just do the competition a huge favor by giving them some free seo. In fact the odds are probably even less than 50/50 that he'll get the results he wants.
 

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I believe, excessive web2 profile linking (blasting like crazy) can get you sandboxed now, as I've read somewhere that google is cracking down on those at the moment...
 
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