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Using Wikis For Backlinking Your Backlinks....Anyone Do This?

Discussion in 'Black Hat SEO' started by SEORasta, Jul 19, 2012.

  1. SEORasta

    SEORasta Senior Member

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    Just a question out there. Backlinking your backlinks is always a good idea. Some do it via more web 2.0, profiles, blog comments etc. But does anyone use wikis?

    Im trying this but if I want to give backlinks to say 300 urls that are my tier 1 I find that the software I use (a free one from here) would make it almost impossible to do this task due to the syntax code -- [h$$//domain.tld|h$$//domain2.tld {keyword 1|keyword2}] doing 300 urls in this format is to much.

    Any ideas on how to make it easier?
     
  2. psytrance

    psytrance Power Member

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    Its late here so I am not sure if I am understanding your question.

    I use all types of backlinks to boost my tier 1, hope this helps.

    About wiki links, try ubertoolz...

    They have a demo here: ubertoolz.com/demo

    edit: I listen to soja almost everyday, can you PM me some reggae songs? :)
     
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  3. dario111cro

    dario111cro Junior Member

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    You can quickly transform list of tier1 URLS to such kind of spintax using Notepad++.

    As for efficiency of this, my answer would be: yes, use it as tier2. Just don't over-do it. All kinds of tiered backlinks can be harmful if you over-use them (don't make 30000000 wikis pointing to 10 web2.0s) ;)

    You can also do some tier3 links and then submit tier3 to crawling service (like Lindexed), for faster crawling.


    Cheers,
    Dario
     
  4. SEORasta

    SEORasta Senior Member

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    Even if I do it in notepad I really though have to do it by hand right? So if I got 1,000 links to build up in a wiki I got to do the syntax by hand...is there a tool I can past links and have it in a spintax for me?
     
  5. Roland32

    Roland32 Regular Member

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    mediawiki is nofollow but by god do the spiders love'em. i found them prety useful in getting links indexed.
     
  6. Roland32

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    should clarify. not all wikis are nofollow
     
  7. dario111cro

    dario111cro Junior Member

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    I am not talking about notepad, I am talking about notepad++. Simply use find and replace function, check extended mode and replace "\r\n" with "|" (without quotes).
     
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    http://www.getspintax.com/
     
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    Comic Regular Member

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    You can do it in Magic Submitter. One of the better tools out there now.
     
  10. Roland32

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    Effin Registered Member

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    Vouch this, I pump out 100k+ wiki links a week and I've seen Mediawiki sites get indexed within 3 hours.

    @op: I use a spreadsheet to do what you're saying (in the exact same format, too).
     
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