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Senuke X - Possibility Of Being Sandboxed?

Discussion in 'Black Hat SEO' started by JTA10, Jan 14, 2012.

  1. JTA10

    JTA10 Junior Member

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    I'm looking at using Senuke X on my brick & mortar business website.

    Since it is a real business with a physical location, I really don't want to use Senuke X if there is a possibility of my site being sandboxed by Google. I obviously wouldn't just be able to change my business name and info just to go and build another site.

    What would your advice be? I'm mainly after boosting my search rankings for 2 or 3 keywords.
     
  2. jr_sci

    jr_sci Senior Member

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    Just use it right mate.. ! Use some good spunned content, and try not to direct forum profiles directly to your money site. That should help.

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  3. boydie

    boydie Jr. VIP Jr. VIP

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    Go for quality rather than the crap you'll get from senile or scrapbox, big buddies edu service is the first place to start
     
  4. JTA10

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    I would write my own article. But if I let Senuke spin it, I don't have much control over that do I? If I don't direct forum profiles right to my site, where should I direct them to?

    Quality backlinks? Does it pull up its own list and then I have the option to choose where I want my backlinks to come from?
     
  5. boosters

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    Try linkwheel process on senuke, use their diagram to drop your links..
     
  6. jascoken

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    The most important thing is to not start blasting willy-nilly...

    SENuke is a lot of expense for just one site. And I'd be very careful about buying blasts from The BST section, especially if your site isn't that old, as it sounds like you haven't done a lot of backlinking yet.

    Your cautious approach is entirely correct if you've built a brand or valued site.

    Build reasonable quality content based links only and at low volume, spread across all pages of your site, and don't over optimise the anchors. Use articles and 2.0s that are well spun and readable. You can then Backlink to those with slightly more volume. Do NOT throw thousands of 1st tier links at a site with no established link velocity.

    Remember: Like a chef, you can always add a little more, but once you've put in too much it's very hard to go back!

    Test, measure and keep stats. Empirical evidence is the best way to do SEO. As you get more confident you'll get a better feel for how aggressive you can be in each situation. But at the start, take the time to learn from experience.

    Good luck!
     
  7. howit

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    hey im new to seo was wondering if you or anyone can elaborite on what you mean by not get direct forum profiles directly to your money site? thanks!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!
     
  8. natorob

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    Here's a simple way to get started. SENuke is OK; but I use Scrapebox, and do manual commenting on some of the lower PR 1 to PR3 sites that I find. If you comments are cogent and relevant to the post, you'll start to pick up some good backlinks a little slower; which is what you want to do to avoid the sandbox.

    And the "chef" analogy above is very accurate. Remember, a chunk here and a chunk there adds up very quickly. Granted, you're not going to rank overnight, but down the line you shoudl be fairly strong as you drip feed...
     
  9. williamk

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    What he means is not to use the Your website links in the forum signatures. Use Web 2.0 and other properties.