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SocialAdr, someone using it?

Discussion in 'Black Hat SEO' started by marcelomusza, Jan 9, 2013.

  1. marcelomusza

    marcelomusza Junior Member

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    Hey guys,
    as I am always researching for better ways to rank my videos higher in SERPs, I found a couple of weeks ago someone talking about SocialAdr. I decided to take a look at it and I registered an account.

    I am using the free account, with all the bookmark websites configured. But as it is a free account I have to manually enter the site each day to share other people's websites. I didn't see any improvements yet to my "mid level competition" videos I am targeting in my case studies.

    Is someone using SocialAdr with a paid account? It share the website to social sites such as facebook, twitter, pinterest (as a free account you cannot have your websites shared using these resources), and it doesn't require to do manual work at all.

    What can you say about this place?
     
  2. fanatic4k

    fanatic4k Junior Member

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    I use SocialAdr as well. But I don't subscribe to their monthly plan. I like to buy off some credits and use whenever I need them.

    The way I use SocialAdr is not to rely solely on it to rank anything of mid-level or more in competition but to make my link profile and anchor text profile natural. Google loves to see links from social bookmark sites and SocialAdr allows you to have link from the big ones. So that's natural links.

    About diversifying the anchor text profile with SocialAdr, you need Scrapebox or any keyword scraping tool to scrape for related terms to your main keywords and use them as the titles of the bookmarks (GAKT is a great choice, just download all the keywords that come up when searching for your main terms). That way, you can generate a lot of links with a lot of anchor diversity in them.

    I also like to populate my anchor profile with brand and URL anchors. Just set up a new bookmark with the spun title consists of only brand anchor and raw URLs, set the submission limit you want, then hit Add. You need to delete the previous bookmark (of your main URL) first if you need to add new one (of that same URL).

    Many times I find my bookmarks got distributed to sites like Scoop.it and they generate tons of the same exact anchors back to my site! Just imagine how natural your anchor profile will be if that vast majority of anchor texts are all brand names and URLs :) Hope it makes sense.

    And for the ranking for mid-high competition keywords, you need more than just social bookmark links. Throw in some Web 2.0 links, some high PR blog posts, some file sharing links, likes, tweets, g+, build some tier2, 3 links... and you will see results.
     
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  3. marcelomusza

    marcelomusza Junior Member

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    Hey fanatic thanks for your reply.

    I used a little diversification now that you point that out, but just for related terms I found on G Keyword tool, and only a few of them. I read about anchor text diversification a bit lately and I found that it helps indeed with rankings, that diversification alone, is that true??
     
  4. kanewm

    kanewm Registered Member

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    I'm the creator of SocialAdr, if you guys need clarification on anything :)

    Cheers,
    Kane
     
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