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Suggestions for GSA SER Settings

Discussion in 'Black Hat SEO' started by Magicodar, Dec 2, 2013.

  1. Magicodar

    Magicodar Regular Member

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    Hi, these are my settings for Tier 2 backlinks. Is this ok? Suggestions for improvement thanks.
    Should I use GSA SER links for Tier 2? As I have seen a lot of links lost over the time? and I want to backlink with scrapebox and xrumer on tier 3.
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  2. lmxftw

    lmxftw BANNED BANNED

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    the 2nd picture shows that you're using just one project for all your websites, even if they're on different niches and target different audiences.

    FIX: create 1 project/niche and use somewhat related content. your current setup will create links from site1 in article2 as well and it will make no sense whatsoever

    4th picture shows you're finding linking targets based on your keywords but in the 3rd pictures it looks like you didn't select any search engines so where are you doing the search ?

    FIX: right click in the engines box -> select SE's based on language -> English (in your case)

    5th picture shows you're trying to diversify the anchors but it won't work just by checking those boxes and leaving the text fields blank.

    FIX: - get some related keywords/search queries for the keywords you're targeting and use those as secondary anchor text
    - branding is useless in your active field since unless you're planning to get traffic by search queries that include your business name (MAPLE SECRETS LLC and stuff like that)
    - since you're using blogspots I suggest you go with 60-70% main keywords as anchors and 30% long tails
     
  3. Magicodar

    Magicodar Regular Member

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    Your suggestions have been noted, I already changed my settings according to you. Thanks.

    Should I use links generated by GSA SER as tier 2 backlinks? as it seems very risky. These links might lost anytime and my tier 3 backlinks build to tier 2 will be wasted..?
     
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  4. Scritty

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    • 25 OBL will not get you a lot of links.
    • The AVERAGE webpage has 63 links I read a couple of weeks ago. OBL's in GSA include internals to other URL's on the same site. I'm not sure that is how it should work, but it does (I've checked) So a site with good navigation and decent inter-linked content will tip over the 25 mark and you'll miss out on getting a lot of good links. OBL doesn't mean OBL the way most people assume. It also includes internal navigation links. From what I see it just counts every link on a page. So a large site with a good navigation bar will tip well over the 25 without having a single link to another site anywhere on page. It's been a few months since I checked this so if someone has shown that this is now fixed and it only counts TRUE outbound links to other sites. I'll stand corrected on this one.
    • I used to set to 50 or even 70.
    • You have decided to link to unknown PR sites. You may well get a lot of those and they will be crap. I don't do that
    • Sometimes I check every search engine for international. Then remove Korea, Russia and a few others but leave 80% of them. Remove a few of the crappier Google ones as they share IP info between them and your proxies will suffer
    • You don't have any alternatives in your anchor text fields for "partial match" etc. While GSA has a built in list for "generic" you have to provide most of the others
    • I don't use URL's from the global site list. They are spammed to feck (everyone uses them) I don't want to alert Google straight away by joining the sheep who post on those sites
    • Email settings. Making sure I don't hammer the email by having it log on no more often than once every 15 minutes
    • I skip hard to solve captchas. Recpatcha for example is a call to Google and when linking from some platforms every site will be recaptcha protected. A real quick way to burn out proxies no matter how you solve them. I see the captcha solving software scrolling hundreds of these in seconds some times - every one a call to Google. Soon learned to turn those off.
    • I also don't use exploits. On a recent clean up for a client after a penalty the examples I was given after the first reconsideration request included 2 expoit links of the exact type GSA makes (injection) It seems Google now know what these are and don't like them - at least in quantity so be careful there.
     
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  5. Quffs

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    Thanks for some tips :)
     
  6. Magicodar

    Magicodar Regular Member

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    1. Should I use my own blog comment (spun)?
    2. When should I use the exploits? Or should I just leave it and don't touch at all.
    3. Will links built using GSA SER lost easily? As I want to build a tier 3 to tier 2 backlinks. If tier 2 backlinks die and I will be gone.

    How many threads you are using and what is the HTML timeout you are using?

    What are the settings you put here?

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