Discussion in 'Black Hat SEO' started by agag2, Nov 12, 2012.
wondering if any of u guys use sape.ru and what kind of results your getting...
Im Just educating myself on this stuff now....looks very interesting.....would also be interested in hearing if serpzilla is worth a look.
Serpzilla seems to be a lot more expensive and nowhere near as many links, I think it will improve in the coming months but as of now it doesn't seem to be very good.
Pls keep conversation on topic
Question is regarding Sape.ru
Well from what I can see the links are turbo juice and will rocket any site up there....but how long are they lasting ? are we talking weeks or months
^^ honestly I don't know for sure.. Bec site is in Russian but I believe it's a monthly fee.. Correct me if I'm wrong
Theres some interesting discussion going on about it in this thread http://www.blackhatworld.com/blackhat-seo/white-hat-seo/498360-russian-footer-links-killing.html
yes all Russian...not sure about monthly fees will have to sign up to find out.
If you use google chrome you can translate the page into english. I had a look and it just seems so bloody shady asking for my passport details... SERPzilla is a tad more expensive but I felt that it was a bit immoral to gain links on my own competitors pages. All in all you would make some serious bank on this method!
There are sites in it from all over the world agag2 with the majority being the russian, the effects of these links can be seen across serps in a lot of the major niches at the moment, serpzilla is dwarfed in terms of size by sape and the price is almost 10x more, yes the links are rented monthly
I see they require passport info. Any way around this?
Ho can Americans sign up ?
I think it goes rape then sue.
Any Americans use this service? To they verify each account?
No you can't use it. Yes the links are great. You've been here 3 years, made almost 900 posts and you don't know this? How.. I don't even want to know. But seriously, there's a BST thread right now that has these, and it's flawless, highly recommend it. But don't go posting on here shooting in the blank assuming you'll get real answers, don't be lazy, there's threads that have been done in this in the past, plus way more content about it on other places.
A. There aren't many posts about this in the forum and I've read the posts that are here
B. I was told by a Russian I cant use it and then I've read here that I could
When I visited the site I didn't see anything for American that why I made this post
If u have something useful to add then say it if not..
Put it this way:
You're buying links on a highly visible (to Google) link network that leaves a very obvious footprint.
If you don't know what sort of risk/reward ratio you're taking with a service like this, then just don't even bother.
1. There's no footprint at all.
2. In order to fight with sape, g00gle have to deindex every single site on the Internet that have at least one external link.
3. Every one can use it.
So what's 2-3 English anchor texts on a completely Russian website look like to you then?
There are probably billions of English anchored links on Russian sites - I know for sure that I am responsible for a few hundred thousand of them I seriously doubt that Google is going to de-index them all...
A lot of Russian websites have English text, even big news portals. It's absolutely normal.
I started the registration process and noticed they require you admit you are part of the russian federation. I stopped the process when they asked for my name and "patronymic." I have no effing idea what that means.
Separate names with a comma.