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The Digg Backlink method TWISTED- The Lazymans guide

Discussion in 'Black Hat SEO' started by blackboxer, Sep 17, 2009.

  1. blackboxer

    blackboxer Regular Member

    May 21, 2009
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    1. go to front page of digg

    2. Look for any website under each story headline, and click/drag to copy it


    3. Go to
    (first one is better in my opinion)

    4. hold down control whilst clicking eat link that has the pageranks that you want ( so each site loads in the tabs)

    5. Filter out the pages that have a section where you can comment (not all links have comments active/etc). Close the ones that are worthless, leave the ones that are good.

    6. There is usually alot of comments on these PR sites, this can work in your favour. Copy a sentence from 2 peoples comments above you, and paste it in the comments box. Edit it a little if it doesn't makes sense the first time.

    This is the quick way of getting your comments to stick , because you dont have to waste time reading the article to see what its about in order to have a relevant post, but you also dont have to read 10+ comments to see what its about.

    The best type of comments to copy are ones that ask the webmaster questions about the topic, whilst also offering some information about the topic(just an example)
    'Hi, I didn't know that there was a seo addon for wordpress. Is it easy to install, and what other features does it have"
    and then you can copy someone elses sentence from another comment just to finish it up.

    Like I said, this is a great way to do it. Ive been doing this for months, and 90+% of the time, they stick. Its a great lazy mans way to do it.

    You can twist this however you want it, many sites with lots of traffic (and obviously page rank) are worth harvesting from using this method

    its 1 am, so excuse me if theres spelling mistakes.:tee:
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