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Types of manual links people are creating? Comments/Profiles etc

Discussion in 'Black Hat SEO' started by jamie3000, May 11, 2017.

  1. jamie3000

    jamie3000 Supreme Member

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    I'm thinking of making some software that crawls the web looking for manual link creation opportunities.

    I've had some success finding d0follow links in comments before so I'm wondering what other types of manual links people are creating.

    Obviously I'm not talking about web 2.0 or PBN but comments, profile links, directory submission etc.

    What are the others?

    Thanks sirs
     
  2. mak3r

    mak3r Jr. VIP Jr. VIP

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    There is already Xrumer and some other aternatives for such job and they work very well, maybe you should look into something more innovative.
     
  3. mzonas

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    ********/nofollow is a myth. You need no-follow links as well to rank better. Profile and comment links are no longer working either unless you comment manually by adding actual value to the post on high traffic posts/blogs.
     
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    Jaswinder Singh Newbie

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    I agree with mzonas. You need some nofollow links as well. Try to build contextual links. A contextual link is a clickable text (usually the keywords) found within the written content of your webpage. Using contextual links correctly means seeking authoritative, relevant websites to link back to in your articles.