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Search Box Manipulation - Link Building - DIRTY Black Hat Trick :)

Discussion in 'Black Hat SEO' started by prospect7, Apr 2, 2013.

  1. prospect7

    prospect7 Regular Member

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    Hey friends,

    I've NEVER seen this shared anywhere before but I know other people are using this method for SEO purposes.. especially on .edu and .gov sites.

    Feedback on this method is much appreciated. If you guys like it I have another one which is kind of similar but possibly even more powerful :cool:

    You can use this method to get links on all kinds of sites that would be impossible otherwise. I'm still not sure the value of these links but most of them are D0F0LL0W

    Anyways on to an example:

    Go to this link

    Now enter into the search box your HTML link...

    Code:
    <a href="www.mysite.com">free backlink</a>
    Then on top of that you can enter in all kinds of SEO optimized text after that backlink including keywords etc.

    Example With SEO Text And Keywords

    As you can see I kept it short but I could have inserted an entire article with MULTIPLE BACKLINKS with VARYING ANCHOR TEXTS.

    Example With Multiple Links


    Now what you can do is clean up the URL and strip out all the useless tags. Example get rid of: "&restrict=false&language=english&partnerurl=&notsymptom=&" etc then reload the link to make sure it still works. After that you can use the URL in SEO blogs and around the internet to get it indexed and pass some link juice through it!

    Just be careful what kind of characters you put into the search box, some things like <br /> seemed to freeze the site or something when I tried to load it in.

    This doesn't work for every site, in fact most I've come across you can't get the link with anchor text. Usually you can at least get a plain link. It's just a matter of playing around on multiple sites to find good targets.

    Disclaimer: this might be classified as SQL inj3ction I have no idea lol. So do it at your own risk!

    Anyways, let me know what you guys think. Hopefully some will find this useful!

    Cheers
     
  2. mrblackjack

    mrblackjack Jr. VIP Jr. VIP Premium Member

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    It's html injections and it's old news. Besides, google wont index such links with html parameters within it, so its useless nowadays (use to be very popular back in the days when google did index such links)
     
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  3. no4h~

    no4h~ Regular Member

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    Yes. This. This 1,000 times. This.

    Why are there all these old methods being posted as "New Methods". It's annoying. lol.
     
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  4. prospect7

    prospect7 Regular Member

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    Cool, good to know! I'd prefer not to spend time on anything that doesn't work so your advice is much appreciated :)

    What do you think about links like this?

    http://pastebin.com/KruCnsKq

    I have almost a thousand of those types of links on different EDU and GOV sites. They worth using?

    Guess it's the same type of HTML injection right?
     
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  5. prospect7

    prospect7 Regular Member

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    haha. sorry bro ;)

    it must be so old it's never even mentioned anymore. I never heard of it and thought it was actually useful. dunno was to say.. you sound pretty frustrated tho, lol.
     
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  6. no4h~

    no4h~ Regular Member

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    Sorry to have lashed out at you like I did, I've just seen a ton of similar older methods being posted lately, and it's all stuff that no longer works.

    Again, my apologies mate.
     
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    If they haven't known about it until now, it's new to them. :)