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Spamming web 2.0 with links still working?

Discussion in 'Black Hat SEO' started by supereek, Jan 5, 2016.

  1. supereek

    supereek Regular Member

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    Money Site <------ web article with keyword anchortexted pointing to your money site <------- blow mass of links to the web article.

    Is this a dead strategy? Can google penalize your money site even these links don't point to it directly?

    Sry if my questions are too nooby.:rolleyes:
     
  2. seanbadwin

    seanbadwin Newbie

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    Put a shield between the web2.0s and your pure spam, like a decent set of contextual links from open platforms.
     
  3. wowhaxor

    wowhaxor Elite Member

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    I prefer to not quite 'spam' the web 2.0s. The stuff might not be as high quality but I'll still try to put decent stuff (relevant or at least niche related profiles and comments, still can be automated but not just crappy random ones, and even more web 2.0s pointing to it, although I'll use spun content instead of handwritten - I also like handwritten very high quality keyword researched web 2.0s for my tier1, done properly these articles can rank for long tails while being highly relevant to your money site and if you're spending the effort to build links to them anyways why not, make it good and readable, give it a chance to rank and bring some traffic as well? Plus its better for link juice this way anyways). I think pure spam at any level is a bad idea, even if you aren't getting penalized now as we've seen over the years you probably will at some point. If all the links pointing to your tier 1 web 2.0 article are spam and get penalized what happens to the authority and link juice you were counting on from your tier 1 web 2.0s?
     
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  4. lightningblitz

    lightningblitz Elite Member

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    Wowhaxor is right on the money.

    What I do is this:

    Tier One - High Quality Contextual Property (Web 2.0 / Guest Post / Edu Contextual / PBN) which is niche relevant targeting a long tail KW in my niche.

    Tier Two - Layer of Contextual links in the form of Article Submission / Web 2.0s with highly spun, unique and readable content targeting the aforementioned longtail, money site KW, and naked URL OR 301 URL Shortener.

    Tier Three - Blog Comments, Social Bookmarks, and a lower volume of high TF / PA / DA / PR spam links.

    This always does the trick to rank up my money site(s).
     
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  5. Ambitious12

    Ambitious12 Elite Member

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    Dont worry nothing will happen,only go with anti spam strategy.
    See use anchor text for your money site and
    also one wikipedia link on any keyword,use one YouTube video,2 images which is the best way to look your web2.0 natural.
     
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  7. sutener

    sutener Newbie

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    I suggest investing your time elsewhere, but if you must, try it yourself. Everyone spams differently and I wouldn't risk my livelihood on what I read here.
     
  8. yang_new

    yang_new Newbie

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    does OP know what google penguin is ?????????????