Discussion in 'SEO - Link building' started by team74, Aug 5, 2012.
Best of luck with your service Mike!
Cheers! - "Wiz"
NOTE TO ALL: Please do not ask Mike for review
copies. He will make an announcement if and when
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Why doesn't the sales button work?
Probably because you're using adblocker. The link works in firefox if you open it in a new tab, even with adblocker on. Or you could disable adblocker before clicking the link
What happens after I buy?
We send you 3 emails, the first your product details. This is where you can log in and post links etc. The 2nd is a welcome email, explaining where you get support, and where you use the product. The 3rd email is your login details for the private support forum, where you can meet other members who want to build strong networks! The tutorial videos are in the support forum, but please allow up to 12 hours to get your forum access details. These are processed manually, and will usually be done within the hour except when it's sleeping time in the UK!
Is there an upsell?
Yes, it's called Content Spiffer. I didn't make it, I just found it a couple of months ago and it's changed the way I do SEO. It basically saves me hundreds of dollars per week on content and hours of time injecting links, and scrambling content for all SEO software. I contacted the developer who agreed to partner with me. You do not need it to use FBN, it's a separate thing altogether. But I highly recommend it.
Why do you sell through ClickBank?
I know ClickBank is sometimes and evil word on this forum, but the reason we use it is because then everyone knows they can easily get a refund if they want to. Every one knows ClickBank is easy to deal with. So this means even with a $5 7 day trial, you still have an additional 52 days, risk free, to make up your mind about SEO Fightback.
Do We Have To Add Our Own Blogs?
Yes you have to add at least one blog. There is no PR or age requirement, any wordpress blog will be fine. We do automated checks when blogs are entered (check to see if it's indexed and not banned for example). The reason we have to have people enter at least one blog is because we have many niche networks. We cannot give out "general" posting points, you have to stake a claim in a niche by submitting one wordpress blog to that niche network.
Do I get more posting points for higher PR domains?
No (but wait a minute let me explain!), although that is "normal" in blog networks, it's not natural and here's why: I always thought the whole "PR=more points" thing is kinda dumb. If you have a PR4 blog, do you want 5 PR 0 links, or one PR4 link? Obviously you want the high PR link right?
The reason other networks did this "more PR= more posts" system is because they had no other way of getting people to submit higher pr blogs otherwise. Our framework means you can join networks that ONLY accept high quality blogs. Keep the riff-raff out, ya know? Pr 4s are expensive, so put them in a PR4 network, don't share them with PR0 networks. This way you get less posts, but the posts are worth a whole lot more.
Still, I do get lots of people putting PR 1 and PR2 into my PR0 minimum networks. But PR3-5 blogs mainly get put into high PR networks.
Can I add subdomains as feeder blogs and earn credits with it?
We don't allow subdomains currently. In version 2.0 (already in progress should be 2-3 weeks time), we'll be allowing one subdomain or subdirectory per domain. But right now, in order to prevent abuse the wordpress feeder blogs need to be on the main domain. However, add-on domains are fine even though they're not in the top level of the public_HTML folder.
Tell me more about post moderation
These are some of the things we check:
must be English language
sometimes copyscape pass (depends on network settings, not every network requires this)
3 link limit per post
posts are sent to blog categories, we don't post to "uncategorized"
tags are added to post
This is really smart. Sub'd.
How many links per month is can be built with this system?
Is it a credit based system (#number of credits per month)?
If I add my own network do I get more credits (if it's a credit based system) ?
Yeah it's credit based. When a network is created (any member can do this), you set how many credits each domain is worth per day in that specific network. The range is 1-5 posting points, per domain, per day. Most the starting networks I've built (there's about 12 of them) are 2 points per day per domains. So, submit 2 blogs to one of my networks, you get 4 posts per day, and each post is allowed up to 3 links.
The max number of domains you can submit with one account is 500, so the max point you can get is up 2500 posts PER DAY.
The more sites you add, the more points you get.
I've been a member there for a few weeks and it is much different than "Normal' blog networks - and different in good ways. Team74 has really gone out of his way to make sure the network remains secure!
I'd happily recommend it to anyone who is looking for these kinds of links.
Are subdomains blogs allowed?
If this is the case is each subdomain taken as a new blog, and can I earn credits with it?
No sorry we don't allow subdomains. In version 2.0 (already in progress should be 2-3 weeks time), we'll be allowing one subdomain or subdirectory per domain. But right now, in order to prevent abuse the wp feeder blogs needs to be on the main domain. However, addon domains are fine even though they're not in the top level of the public_HTML folder.
It sounds great but who can not be skeptical after so many blog networks have been taken down :/ .
What is your strategy on keeping these blogs intact.Do you check for quality of the spun content sent to these blogs?
How about adding posts without links?Can we insert an image or maybe a youtube video also? <-- this would be great.
If we unsubscribe, do the link disappear ?
You're saying you leave no foot prints, but how do you verify there's no foot prints in someone else network if he adds his 50 blogs ?
In future is there any chance of implementing yearly or lifetime license plans?
Yep, we're skeptical too. This is the reason we've built a network of network. Even if Matt Cutts pays to join the service, he cannot infiltrate or find our blogs! He would firts have to get access to one of the networks, and then gain entry if the network admin lets him in, and then he would have to post unique content across is and maybe that way he could find out the blogs on the network. It's impossible to stop them from getting in this way, but even if they do it's only one of the many networks we have that they can target. And IF this ever happens, we have "link ejection", which means you can remove your links from any "Infected" sites, and then avoid the associated penalties.
We're different from any other network.
Also, you can build 100% private networks, that no one sees or knows about, and only people you give your secret invite link to can get access. If you do things like this, then even IF a Google employee joins the service, they can never find you through the system, or via our posting mechanism. That's how we're Google-proof. There is no other semi-private network that has this protection, only us! It's a combination of using other people's assets (a co-op), and privacy
We don't allow spinning across the network at all, every post is submited individually and not spun out. That's a very old-hat way of doing things. I don't even spin when I'm blasting web2.0s, and never on my blogs.
We're distributing zero-link posts through out the networks. People are encouraged to use autobloggers though. I do this on my blogs.
Images and videos were temporarily removed, we're adding new system so people can opt out of images if they want to. Phase 2 (version 2.0) will be ready before the end of August. We started the project 5 months ago.
No, we won't/don't remove links submitted. However, if people refund and remove the links other people have put on their feeder blogs then we will remove links (we'd be mugs if we didn't). So play fair and we'll play fair.
The system itself leave zero footprints. Many network claim they do this, but you can actually search and ping plugin folders and find their whole network, lol. You can't do that with our wordpress plugin.
We have automated checks, for example you have to have 3 categories on your blogs, and you can't use the standard wordpress themes. As for someone adding 50 identical websites, well they'd each have to be approved by the network owner (this could be me, or any other member that has created a network). You can refuse blogs people submit if you see patterns like this. I do this, sometimes people want to submit non-niche related blogs and I have to tell them to put it in another network instead..
But I see what you mean, we can't stop people having common traits in their sites. But many wordpress themes and plugins that people may have as footprints on their sites are download hundreds of times, so it's not really a proper footprint for Google to chase.
So there's no footprint even if I submit 20 blogs all on one server?
Also is there extra credit if I supply pr1+?
Is any plugin to use in this system? If so, will this create a footprint and how to counter this?
We have IP checking in each network.
When a network is made we have 3 options for "Unique IP":
1. No unique Ip required (no one does this)
2. Unique required in this network (means only one site from any IP allowed in this network, we have many networks)
3. Unique IP required in ALL networks. This means before a site is submitted to a network, the system checks to see if there is any site in that IP, in any SEOFightBack network. If yes, then domain is refused from the network.
We let you choose which option you want. For my networks (the starting ones I suspect most people will join to test system) I choose "unique IP in this network), option 2 above.
No footprints from plugin. We thought we would make random plugin folder names, but instead we went for blocking the plugin folder from the outside. This is not the same as "noindex", which is useless. You literally cannot even ping the plugin folder. No one can know it's on your wordpress blog unless they're inside your WP install, or inside your server!
As for content, there's no tags, CSS, or JS in any post. We can't be identified that way either.
I've worked my ass off for 5 months to make this system what is is. Lots of testing. Version 2 will be out in 3-5 weeks, it's already planned and paid for, it includes image/video posting, done locally with filename changes etc. No footprints
Hi, just joined , while where to past the API code in the plug in?
By the way, didn't you say there is no Plug in?
You have to have the plugin on your wp feeder sites (not on your money sites). You copy the API code into a box on that plugin menu, in your wordpress dashboard.
When did I say we have no plugin? I'm sorry if I said that (please tell me where so I can fix it), the only things I think I've said about the plugin is that it cannot be pinged or detected, I was saying the plugin leaves no footprints.
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