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Scrapebox/Xrumer questions

Discussion in 'Black Hat SEO' started by observer, Feb 7, 2011.

  1. observer

    observer Power Member

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    When do you think it's better to apply blackhat tactics?
    Before site got indexed and your activities can't get tracked yet?
    or after the site is indexed?

    I used scrapebox, but to be careful i had to backlink my pointing sites (web 2.o pages etc.), which diminishes the value.

    So, i am thinking, may be blast directly my new money site before it's indexed, for better effect of direct linking?
     
  2. RuiGomes

    RuiGomes BANNED BANNED

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    I don't know about XRumer, but I did some blasts to Web 2.0 properties and it seemed to work fine.

    I'm now testing a blast to a brand new site. It's on the 16th position for now, no sandboxing. It's a domain with less than 1 month and already >300 indexed links.
     
  3. yayoyayo

    yayoyayo Junior Member

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    It is also depends on a niche in some niches there is no point to sandbox sites.
     
  4. observer

    observer Power Member

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    " in some niches there is no point to sandbox sites."

    what do you mean by that?
     
  5. yayoyayo

    yayoyayo Junior Member

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    For example your site is about red ants but mine site about penis enlargement. I have pretty big chances to get sanboxed same time your chances to get sandboxed minimal.
     
  6. observer

    observer Power Member

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    Is there any resource that describes what niches are high risk, and which ones are not?

    but the question remains... When black hat tactics hold less risk? (let's assume the niches are some B2B, not highly spamed).