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SeNuke Ultra Spinning Techniques

Discussion in 'Black Hat SEO' started by kez1000, Apr 28, 2010.

  1. kez1000

    kez1000 Supreme Member

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    gregstereo Elite Member

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    Nice job Fonzie. Rep+.

    Anyone using spintax for any app should take a look at this video and use it to kickstart your brains.
     
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    vodkapat Registered Member

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    Just what i was looking for. Thanks mate very helpful.
     
  4. kez1000

    kez1000 Supreme Member

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    yeh i though i would do a quick video as i have not see this side of senuke covered extensively... it took me a few hours to work out the tags as im poop at html.. but i got there in the end
     
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    Paper-Boy Elite Member

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    not a bad video. just started doing some SEO and purchased senuke a few days ago. :)
     
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    pathart Senior Member

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    Cheers mate this is great , should be using this !
     
  7. Brett!

    Brett! Newbie

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    How exactly do these Articles help with SEO
     
  8. kez1000

    kez1000 Supreme Member

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    what it is is that most senuke users just spin articles and use them one 20 or so 2.0 properties that point to there money site.. but now days most or all of their spun articles do not get indexed hence no high PR link juice to their money pages.

    this is because with each spin the only thing that changes are the words and thats it.. Google sniff these spun articles out and bins them.

    the video shows how to give your spined articles more variety so google sees them as fresh content so all of your 2.0 will get indexed
     
  9. cloudzero

    cloudzero Registered Member

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    Nice video Kez,

    You can mix HTML tags...

    <b><i>Bold Italic</b></i> Also <u>underline</u>

    HTH

    Glenn
     
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  10. kez1000

    kez1000 Supreme Member

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    hey there thanks for the <u> tag and Bold Italic Woooo i will be using them tomorrow... but like i said i crap at tag commands LOL:cool:

    also is there a tag that can make the text go around a picture? like in a word press blog

    ------------texttexttexttexttext
    |texttexttexttexttext
    Picture |texttexttexttexttext
    |texttexttexttexttexttext
    |texttexttexttexttexttext
    texttexttexttexttexttexttexttexttexttexttext
    texttexttexttexttexttexttexttexttexttexttexttext

    like this???
     
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    willco Newbie

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    I don't know why I never thought of any of these techniques before. This is genius. Outstanding share!
     
  12. kez1000

    kez1000 Supreme Member

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    hay thanks for that
     
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    cloudzero Registered Member

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    Yes, but I'll have to look it up. PM me this weekend if nobody posts the code.

    Glad you found a use for the mixing of HTML tags. Don't forget to use bold underline (<b><u>text</b></u>), italic underline (<i><u>text</i></u>), bold underline italic (<b><u><i>text</i></b></u>). The tags can be used in any order.

    HTH

    Glenn
     
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    Kehrseite Newbie

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    Thanks dude :) i will give it a try
     
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    soltzer Newbie

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    You can do this with the image tags
    Code:
    <img src="http://www.domain.com/yourimage.jpg" align="LEFT">
    Image will be aligned left and the text will wrap around it

    You can also add some space to make it cleaner

    Code:
    <img src="http://www.domain.com/yourimage.jpg" align="LEFT" hspace="10" vspace="10">
    Will give you 10 pixels of space vertically and horizontally around the image so the text isn't right up against it.

     
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    Ah you beat me to it, I was about to post the same thing.
     
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    Would recommend using CSS for this, not the old code (Although doesn't really make a difference, but in the future you will want to use CSS ).

    <img src="images/image.png" style="float:left" />

    And to give it a bit of space

    <img src="images/image.png" style="float:left; margin:5px;" />
     
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    hey thatnk for that ...i will try out the new codes later
     
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    one final thought, and this works well for me;

    {|<b>}{|<i>}{|<u>}your text</b></i></u> will randomly pick, or not pick one of the three attributes for your text. The following tags turn off any that were on.

    Here is a run of 15 spins;

    <b><i><u>your text</b></i></u>
    <b><i><u>your text</b></i></u>
    <b><u>your text</b></i></u>
    <i><u>your text</b></i></u>
    <b><i><u>your text</b></i></u>
    <b><i>your text</b></i></u>
    <u>your text</b></i></u>
    <b>your text</b></i></u>
    <i><u>your text</b></i></u>
    <i><u>your text</b></i></u>
    <b><i>your text</b></i></u>
    <b>your text</b></i></u>
    <b>your text</b></i></u>
    <b><i>your text</b></i></u>
    <b>your text</b></i></u>

    HTH

    Glenn
     
  20. blackhit

    blackhit Super Moderator Staff Member Jr. VIP Premium Member

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    For SEO it's better to use:

    strong and em

    instead of

    b and i

    The impact isn't dramatic but every little bit helps.

    Here's a theory explaining this I found online:

    Code:
    There is a difference between using what are referred 
    to as logical tags and tags that primarily affect visual 
    layout.
    If you use a <b> tag to make the text bold it does look bold.
    If you use a <strong> tag to make the text bold it also looks 
    bold in most browsers.
    Stripped down to emphasize the important tags, the code for 
    the two sentences above looks like this, with the significant 
    tags in bright green:
    If you use a <b><b></b>tag to make the text <b>bold</b> 
    it does look <b>bold</b>.
    If you use a <strong><strong></strong> tag to make the 
    text <strong>bold</strong> it also looks <strong>bold
    </strong> in most browsers.
    
    Similarly, if you use the <i> tag to make text italic, 
    it does look italic. And if you use the <em> tag to 
    make text italic, it does look italic in most browsers.
    So why use <strong> instead of <b> to get the same effect 
    when it takes longer to type? Why use <em> instead of <i> 
    when they usually look the same?
    The <strong> and <em> tags are "logical" tags. This means 
    that they are used deliberately when the designer wants to 
    add emphasis to particular words or phrases. Some screen 
    readers may use a different inflection when they come across 
    these tags to communicate the emphasis. The <b> and <i> 
    tags are primarily for visual effect on a page when designing 
    layout. 
    You can also use the <cite> tag at the beginning and end of a 
    phrase. This is appropriate when citing a source 
    without linking to it. 
    Do not use it simply to make something look italic. 
    Not all browsers render this material in italic text. 
    It is more useful for browsers that are logically looking 
    through your document to index references.
    <cite> Raggett on HTML 4, page 71</cite> 
    Use the <strong> and <em> tags when the content 
    of your page requires that certain words or phrases 
    be stressed. Use them sparingly or your page, much as you 
    would use exclamation points ( ! ! ! ). 
    If you are only highlighting words for a visual effect 
    to assist in navigation use the <b> and <i> tags. 
     
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