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Spoonfeed Google Your Links? Let G Find Them Natual?

Discussion in 'Black Hat SEO' started by Dan Da Man, Aug 7, 2011.

  1. Dan Da Man

    Dan Da Man Elite Member Premium Member

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    I have heard both sides of the story. You want to get all your links accounted for but you don't want to sit there and ping each link saying, " Hey google, I have all these links I made, give me credit!" That does not seem natural at all. I have heard of linkilicious which seems like a good alternative to pinging each link and keeping track of which links are crawled.

    I have heard of some people saying to let google find the links naturally. I duno how that would work, I put in hard work for those links and google may never find them. That kind of bugs me.

    So what do you guys think? Enlighten me please lol
     
  2. alphalifestyle

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    This is a great question I was going to ask this as well can't wait to hear some feedback!
     
  3. trybexus

    trybexus Registered Member

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    Depending on age and current rank of your site it can speed things up considerably to ping your links. I have also had great success linking my links (for instance hitting profile links with a scrapebox AA list). Another method is to drip feed your links into twitter (all of the twitter scrapers and aggregates crawl twitter and a large number of backlinks appear for everything you post there). If your site is new (less then a year, is not indexed, or has recently undergone a significant design change) then I would suggest letting Google find them naturally. How ever you will sometimes find that profile links on lower PR forums will not get indexed at all which is why linking your links is a good idea.
     
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    lislis78 Newbie

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    I read somewhere once that another way to get Google to find links is to post articles with the new links them on blog sites or sites that Google already spiders. However, once Google knows of one page it is likely to find the rest. That's been my experience as long as the new links are attached to prior links Google knows about.
     
  5. Dan Da Man

    Dan Da Man Elite Member Premium Member

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    Interesting. So do you manually drip feed your links into twitter or do you have a program for that. I am assuming as long as you consistently build links and ping those links, then google will assume that it is natural. Big bursts and then a long wait in between before other large amounts of pinging, could signal google I am assuming.