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SEO GURU'S! Spamming a No-Index Page. Giving away thanks to answers :)

Discussion in 'Black Hat SEO' started by Windmill, May 21, 2012.

  1. Windmill

    Windmill Supreme Member

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    Hey :)

    So here is a question to SEO guru's.

    Lets say, you have a website. Now, you have a subpage that has duplicate content. Consequently, you have made it so that search engines can't index it/crawl it. This has worked fine. Now, lets say you want to SPAM it to death with backlinks. You are looking for TRAFFIC from those links, not a high ranking. Will spamming this one page negatively effect the rest of the site that is a) ranking well and b) not spammed?

    Thanks in advance :) and thanks will be given to answers :)
     
  2. Kosher1

    Kosher1 Power Member

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    If any of the pages has a decent PR it shouldn't. But honestly after the pissin' PENGUIN it's a toss up for me.

    Let us know.
     
  3. Windmill

    Windmill Supreme Member

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    Well the website is a completely legit website. I just want to get legit traffic from social bookmarks... BUT, unfortunately, just creating these in mass numbers will get my website penalized. So, the question is can I create this to a page that isn't crawled by search engines. Do they count that page and the backlinks of that page against the rest of the site?

    If necessary, I will run an experiment through another website, but I'd really rather not :[
     
  4. EvilPlankton

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    I'm certainly no guru, and I won't speculate on the impact to domain SERPs, but wouldn't you risk the site/domain getting flagged by Akismet, stopforumspam.com, etc.? Why not use a sub-domain? Did you block the content using just robots.txt or did you block it via agent string?

    Also, can you even use backlink spam as a source of traffic? What's the CTR on that...0.00001%?

    Sorry my answer was just more questions lol.
     
  5. Windmill

    Windmill Supreme Member

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    That is cool :)

    I want to spam social bookmarks. Social bookmarks brings in legit traffic. Does it bring in much? Heh, absolutely not. But for me, I am looking for as many visitors as I can get for this one site. So, I'd like to spam the page with social bookmarks. The reason I want to do this to my website-website is because I want to track the results on one website. If necessary though I will use a separate website, I have microsites created for this purpose and I can spam those if need be :D I don't suggest social bookmarks for efficient traffic. Its just, I need both efficient traffic AND inefficient traffic, haha, I just need to boost the daily visitor count :) also, whether you can actually get visitors to your site through bookmarks will depend on your niche.

    You are right that forum/blog comments would be absolutely useless for traffic! I definitely don't intend to do that at all :)
     
  6. Windmill

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    Bump :)
     
  7. Fwiffo

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    tough call.... on one hand, you should be ok. On the other, there may be some filter that looks at domain level links..............

    I personally believe that they're looking a domain level penalties and take into account how the domain looks across the board.

    If it was me personally, and it was on a site that was already ranking and profitable for me, I'd consider setting up a parallel domain, put the content, noindex it as you've done, but have all onsite links pointing to your main domain. And nofollow those links to be safe....

    personal logic is that I don't like to mix me good and my bad projects.... and I'd rather keep them at least one step removed.... have made errors before where I sink a whole project just to squeeze a few more pennies out of it.... but that's just me personally
     
  8. Windmill

    Windmill Supreme Member

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    I think you are right. I would really like the traffic running direct to the site. But I'm going to set up a parallel site and just shove the traffic there.
     
  9. dp40oz

    dp40oz Jr. VIP Jr. VIP Premium Member

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    It can hurt your whether no indexed or not. Better bet is to tier it. Build a solid web 2.0 or 2nd domain and direct the traffic. This will buffer the penalty. Although some Google penalties are page specific, many of them are domain specific which is where you will get nailed.
     
  10. Windmill

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    Yes... don't want to get nailed for a domain penalty :( damn.