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Senuke - Images in Social Networks?

Discussion in 'Black Hat SEO' started by mullet, Apr 5, 2012.

  1. mullet

    mullet Junior Member

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    Hey guys,

    I would love to insert images into my web 2.0 social network blogs when I blast using senuke. Content is sorted, its perfectly readable and extremely well spun. However, adding images to the 20ish social networks that are created per day could add an amount of footprint to my blasts which I do not want.

    Is this reasoning faulty? My method involves scraping about 100 images related to the niche, spinning them all together with align left code (so that its the first picture on the left when the post starts) and spinning the height and width, for example "height={100|120|150|180} width={100|120|150|180}" and so on.

    However, the image names will always be the same and so will the url where I am leeching it from. Whats the best way to add images to my blogs, I want to automate quality as much as possible so that they stick.

    Cheers

    Mullet
     
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    garrido Supreme Member

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    I think that if you put images, you will leave a HUGE FOOTPRINT!
     
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    Just try it, it may work to your benefit. tell use the results after
     
  4. mullet

    mullet Junior Member

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    I know that it will DEFINITELY help in all kinds of way, it also makes the most looks super super awesome and I really want to do it. But I am almost positive that its going to build a easily followable footprint.

    Anyone know of a mass image downloader, renamer, uploader to image hosting and let it spit out the final hosted url for me to use? Now there is an idea for a programmer to sell :)
     
  5. on the r15e

    on the r15e Newbie

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    I've wondered this myself, and one of the workarounds I had was to do an image search on google, find a bunch of images that seemed good to use, collect their URL's, then spin the src attribute with the different URL's (don't wrap the image in a link).

    There were a couple things that prevented me from doing this:
    -I wasn't sure if pulling an image using the src attribute could somehow give up link juice to the site hosting the image
    -since you're eating up the bandwidth of the site that is hosting the image, they would most likely come after you and complain that you're slowing their servers down (assuming you're driving a good amount of traffic)

    Has anyone tried this?
     
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  6. Juliet1225

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    interesting news
     
  7. mullet

    mullet Junior Member

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    But the filename and the URL will remain the same regardless, and if its the same on like 11 sites, then its a terrible footprint.

    I nofollowed the image :D

    Would love to hear some other opinions or idea how to do this?

    Cheers

    Mullet
     
  8. on the r15e

    on the r15e Newbie

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    That's why I suggested doing a google image search to scrape for a handful of different images. After you have all of your image URL's, you'll want to use html in the post, and spin the src attribute. For example:

    <img src="{imgUrl1|imgUrl2|imgUrl3|etc}" />

    This way, you'll post a random image from your handful of URL's...
     
  9. veheme

    veheme Elite Member

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    Nobody will care if the image is relevant or not to your niche. I've seen many human users who have a female name but a really muscular guy in the picture, they would never get banned nor anyone would report them since it is they account and they have the right to do so.

    In your case, do not limit yourself to your niche when it comes to the pictures? Why? Your keywords or the names of the images will almost be the same. This is an obvious footprint.

    Instead, I recommend you scrape everything you can so the image name is diversified. Of course, just stay away from the adult pictures.
     
  10. mullet

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    So if I scrape 100 images from each three niches that are semi-related to my target niche, giving me 300 images. I spin them all together, align to the left, spin the dimensions I should be fine?

    The reason why I sound paranoid is because its taken me a week or two to compile all my 90%+ text content so that I would avoid a footprint, so I would hate for this to create one.
     
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    ASSUMING the web 2.0s are not in the same platform (for example, all in wordpress), you should be fine. The bigger footprint in your case is the emptiness of the private information of your accounts (bio, personal info). If all of them are empty, that is a bigger concern than the pictures.
     
  12. mullet

    mullet Junior Member

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    Thats an interesting thought veheme, I think I should spend a couple hours logging into each one and adding all that stuff. Would that really create a footprint that Google would identify or just the web 2.0 platform admins?

    Cheers

    Mullet
     
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    1.Open Scrapebox image grabber and save all image links which you scraped.
    2.Download Winautomation and using it arrange them in spintext format with html {imagehtml1|imagehtml2}
    3.write code for aligning in spintext format {alignleft|align right | etc}
    4.paste in nuke and blast
     
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  14. mullet

    mullet Junior Member

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    Thanks man, that is legendary!