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Ultimate Demon - WIKI Question

Discussion in 'Black Hat SEO' started by Promagick, Jun 19, 2012.

  1. Promagick

    Promagick Newbie

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    Hey everyone,

    As you may know, if you are Ultimate Demon(UD) user, there is very limited training for the software. Yeah, there is a book and few videos. But when it comes to the Wiki section, there is not much help.

    I have actually never submitted to Wiki sites before, so maybe thats where the hang up is.

    My questions:
    What kind of articles should I submit in the wiki section? Pretty much, what should I submit?
    Has anyone had success with wiki submitter in Ultimate Demon?

    Thanks a million
     
  2. oblivion19

    oblivion19 Senior Member

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    Im having a hard time with the wiki submitter in UD.
    I have got a list of 10k Wikis and Its getting sign ups to only a couple hundred of them. Im just trying to sign up. Wondering what im doing wrong.

    Anyways, for submission, I read that you should keep the content under 400 words for greater approval.
     
  3. aman111

    aman111 Regular Member

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    I have the same question, what kind of articles to submit on wiki sites?

    What's the diff. btw the articles we submit on article directory & wiki sites?

    I'd appreciate if someone could answer it please.
     
  4. freller

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    I've had the same question in mind for about a month now. I know absolutely where I am with article directories, bookmarking, web2.0, microblogs and all that but wikis? It's easy to hoover up thousands of them on Scrapebox but what to do with them?

    Should we just use profile submits, as with forums, or try and get articles accepted? Looking at wikis I can't see that submitting articles will actually get us very far as most are just personal promotion sites - i.e. NOT real wikis - while the rest are very tightly themed with some very high quality stuff - i.e. NOT suitable for auto submissions.

    Anyone here actually had any success mass submitting to wikis?

    And yes, UD - which I love in most other respects - is very weak on what to do with wikis.
     
  5. Kidconfidence

    Kidconfidence Newbie

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    I am also wondering about this.
     
  6. Roland32

    Roland32 Regular Member

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    If your making a wiki its going to be spam. SO just make unique content with your links filled in. Especially if your posting to mediawiki. They're no-follow so think of them as indexing machines an you will be fine.
     
  7. evilclown

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    Ok. First if you use UD, you might want to try MS (Magic Submitter). Way ahead of UD. If you like UD, you will love MS.

    Now, wiki's give a different value and work in a different way. While you want to submit an article and make each article unique, a wiki is more a validation of information. So you want to get 20-30 of the same to validate 1. What this mean? Write 1 article and submit to 20-30+ wikis in the same format, same anchors. Now this 20-30 will validate your single article.

    It might come to mind, but isn't that spamming? isn't that dupe content? isn't that a huge footprint? Wiki's are not treated as blog post.
     
  8. seo-addict

    seo-addict Regular Member

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    I use wikis for everything. High prs to money site, low pr for Tiering. I do notice UD has a low acceptance rate though -- out of a ~5k high Pr list I can squeeze out ab 200-400 live links.
     
  9. seo-addict

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    Lolwut? Ya my advice is don't listen to this guys advice.... a basic understanding of how the algorithm works invalidates your theory. I'd much rather submit spun anchors / text than the same content / anchors to 30 wikis... common sense bro

     
  10. evilclown

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    Then care to explain how algorithm works for wiki? How the algo is different for a forum signature? Oh wait, common sense, thats why. First you go big talking about algorithm then switch to common sense. Do you know a social bookmark carries a different weight than a profile, and that a wiki link carries a total different weight than an article? They are all different. Don't tell me you apply same technique for everything because a backlink is a backlink? Good Job.
     
  11. seo-addict

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    Sorry, keep basing your SEO strategies off "theories" of how to make things "natural", I'll just keep doing what works.

    "Natural" is bullshit, you built a backlink, it's unnatural. Deal with it. Wikis with Spun content / anchors work fantastic, to say the least.

     
  12. rambolife

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    Cant agree more..
    where do you get your lists from?