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Using Buffer Sites

Discussion in 'Black Hat SEO' started by jlei523, Apr 9, 2012.

  1. jlei523

    jlei523 Regular Member

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    What are some cons of using buffer sites?

    Let's say you make a wordpress dot com web 2.0 as a buffer and you blast that site with low quality links. And then you make another web 2.0 site from weebly, and blast with the same low quality links.

    Will Google be smart enough to catch that both buffer sites are pointing to the same money site? Does anyone have any experience with this?

    Thanks!
     
  2. the_demon

    the_demon Jr. Executive VIP

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    You should be fine... You can literally create hundreds or even thousands of buffer sites.
     
  3. SuperLinks

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    You will be fine.

    Google is limited by the resources needed for every action they implement in their algorithms. Even though Google has a ton of servers, bandwidth, and everything in between they still need to impelment algorithms that encompass each and every website on the web.

    It would be incredibly difficult to dive that deep into link analysis and then pass along a penalty to the site that's being linked to. A more likely scenario would be that they'd simply deindex the crappy Web 2.0 properties, thus removing the value that those links were passing along.
     
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    DarthM Regular Member

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    At the moment it's working fine. But as SuperLinks mentioned, they may simply devalue web 2.0 backlinks in the future to minimise their effect on SERPs.
     
  5. Paper-Boy

    Paper-Boy Elite Member

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    BTB said it best. Random chaos is the way to go when it comes to backlinks.

    You will ALWAYS beat the panda with this kind of practice.
     
  6. jlei523

    jlei523 Regular Member

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    Thanks guys for your responses.

    If anyone has any experience with this, please respond.
     
  7. Smart SEO

    Smart SEO Senior Member

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    Buffer sites play a huge role in SEO and ALWAYS will. As long as they contain high quality unique content with multiple multimedia objects like images or video, they will bring great value to your money site in terms of SEO.
     
  8. lobozebra

    lobozebra Junior Member

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    Just use Magic Submitter, and update them like once every two days with a nice spun article. That should keep them fresh enough to stay indexed. You only have to update them for a few months though.
     
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    bauger Newbie

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    Yup complete randomness seems to be the norm when it comes to link building
     
  10. futurestic06

    futurestic06 Supreme Member

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    Dude i always follow this process. I make a open type link wheel with 7/8 web 2.0 then Blast all of these web 2.0 regularly. As i am not doing this with my main site so its not harmful :p