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Using 50 Buffer Sites linking to Money Site

Discussion in 'Black Hat SEO' started by asharma, Aug 19, 2011.

  1. asharma

    asharma Junior Member

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    Hello all,

    I will be testing out quite a lot of things in the coming weeks, track the results and help everyone on BHW to make the most out of the working ones.

    My first project is to create Buffer sites that link to money site, AMR Blast each buffer site to the core everyday and get over 5000 Approved articles links everyday. The only thing I'm concerned about here is can I use the same shared IP for all the domains? If I do so, will I get less benefit from Google? Is there any alternative way to do this? i don't want to spend a lot on buffer sites. Help would be appreciated.

    Cheers to Black Hat SEO!
     
  2. chipmunk951

    chipmunk951 Senior Member

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    All my sites have been on the same IP and I haven't noticed anything. There's hundreds of sites hosted on each server so it wouldn't make sense if one person was a bad apple everyone else get punished for it ;)
     
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  3. asharma

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    Yea but my point is that all the buffer sites running on the same IP will point to my money site. Will that give me the same benefits I would've got if my sites were on different servers?
     
  4. Johnnyfox

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    so for buffer sites you are planning on builiding your own sites on your own domains, correct? You are not talking about web 2 sites that will blast with amr....

    If you are talking about making your own buffer sites on your own domains my question is why? Why not use web 2.0 sites as buffers?
     
  5. SuperLinks

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    No don't waste your time with creating 50 buffer sites on the same IP.

    Googles not dumb when it comes to link schemes and 50 sites, all new, pointing to a site is obviously some type of link scheme.

    Distribute your network on various IPs OR just use Web 2.0 sites as your buffer websites.
     
  6. asharma

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    I will be using web 2.0 sites as well but there's not much use of building 10 blogs on same web 2.0 property. I will be using 2 blogs on each web 2.0 as well. The keywords I'm targeting are very high competitive so web 2.0 wont be enough to get top rankings.
     
  7. asharma

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    Thats exactly whats going on in my mind. Is there any affordable way of distributing on various IP's because a dedicated IP would cost me $2/month. Can you suggest me of an alternative or is there none?
     
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    Honestly, you may want to just use web 2.0's and blast those. They've already got trust with the search engines so it'll be easier to blast with links.
     
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  9. chipmunk951

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    Oh! Sorry I get it now :) Of course google isn't that dumb :) You see all those blog networks in the BST they build on different IP's!
     
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    ^^ what he said. Web 2.0's would work better for you!
     
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    Honestly, there is none :/

    SEO hosting exists, but its a waste of money and generally doesn't give you spread out IPs. Also most SEO hosting has horrible uptime and loadtime, which can affect your network in the long run.

    Keep in mind that setting up a valid and helpful network isn't as easy as getting different IPs and setting up hundreds of websites. There's a whole bunch more to it if you want to actually receive benefit from the links.

    Unless you've got $x,xxx - $xx,xxx to setup a network and time on your hands I'd stick with Web 2.0 sites.
     
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  12. asharma

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    Thanks for the tip mate, really appreciate it. I think I'll have to stick to web 2.0 properties at the moment :p

     
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    I got held by the 5000 backlinks per day.... Articles. Will you be using unique content then spun or scraped and spun? big difference which one is it.
     
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    What about free hosting for the buffer sites? It's an idea that I have considered but not tried. You can't count on free hosting's uptime for your money site but I think it would not matter with buffer sites. That would give you ip diversity and since you won't be using a ton of their bandwidth, I'd assume you would maybe have better uptime than those who put their money sites on free hosts.
     
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  15. Johnnyfox

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    Thats a good idea if you insist on doing your own domains.

    I may do that myself for some diversity in my overall "random looking crazy link shape" that I use. :D
     
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    50 sites for the site. Why not web 2.0 properties and top article directories instead which have even higher domain authority.
     
  17. asharma

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    I will scrape articles, then rewrite to make it unique using TBS and then manually spin using TBS.

    That's really a good idea and is definitely worth considering. Thanks for the advice, I'm going to look into this today.
     
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    50 domains = 50x 10$ = 500
    1 hosting with 69 unique IP = 8usd/month
    50x 500 word articles = 1.5$x50 = 75$

    not more than 600$ for that.
     
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    May I know which hosting you get for 8USD which supports 69 unique IPs.
    Thanks in advance.

     
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    Here's a list I created a month or so ago of hosting sites that are actually free, not just advertised as free and then there is some catch somewhere down the line.

    I'm not sure why I broke up the list this way, maybe the ones in the bottom section were ones I hadn't checked yet... Anyway, it might give you a head start.

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