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So Content farms and articles are out. How do we fill the void and get back on page 1 ????

Discussion in 'Black Hat SEO' started by txhepoker, Feb 27, 2011.

  1. txhepoker

    txhepoker Jr. VIP Jr. VIP Premium Member

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    So Content farms and articles are out. How do we fill the void and get back on page 1 ????
     
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    Thanks simoGTR!
     
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    As long as the articles themselves are written well and are informative then article submission will still be beneficial to link building.
     
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    Ezine are talking about going no-f0ll0w, what will be the point? no writers will use them that's for sure.
     
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    Wrong, spammers won't use them, and the articles will actually start to become more useful for the readers. You can still get traffic from nofollow links. Just because it doesn't count as a rep link doesn't mean it's useless..
     
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    spammers/writers its a fine line...
     
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    Lol, touchee
     
  9. Monrox

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    It won't save them. Social bookmarking sites tried that too when they started to lose credibility with google a while back. They thought it was some new automatic mechanism to devalue sites with many outgoing dfs but in reality they were manually selected for devaluation. Now it's the article sites' turn to start desperately looking for a non-existant way out.
     
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    They've backed off the 'no-follow' ban for the resource box for the time being. But they've used 'no-follow' on any links in the body of the article for quite awhile now.

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    http://blog.ezinearticles.com/2011/02/search-engine-algorithm-changes.html
    For me the 'nofollow' isn't a big priority. ALL I care about is getting "clicks" to my sites. Having a 'do-follow' link is just icing on the cake. IMO, of course. ;)


    RM
     
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    My bad, should have checked the sauce...anyway from ezine boss; "What you and many dozens others have said today is that the ******** nature of the resource box link is the primary economic value you receive from us. As I've already stated, this was at the bottom of our short list of things to look at changing and as of this morning, it's been removed from the discussion table."
     
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