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Were my sites banned for using Linklicious?!

Discussion in 'Black Hat SEO' started by Cindy, Feb 13, 2012.

  1. Cindy

    Cindy Power Member

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    I have 2 sites that were all ranking on the lower first page to the second page for several keywords (9 on one site and 7 on the other). I mainly used well spun articles as backlinks and couldn't get the rankings to improve (then had been ranking at the same spots for months now).

    So, I used AMR to get all livelinks of all of the articles and put them into linklicious and as of today all pages are "not in the top 100"!

    I didn't do any SB blasts or anything spammy and all of my pages are hand written content (written by me and between 700 to 1000 words each)

    WTF happened?
     
  2. Poppa Rotzee

    Poppa Rotzee Power Member Premium Member

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    Hello,

    Linklicious is nothing more than a spot light for the links you've already built. It shows Google what you've done. If you've been backlinking correctly, then the linklicious spot light has shown Google all the good work you've done and you are dancing your way up the SERPS.

    But if you've been building too many links, too fast and you didn't use the default settings on Linklicious to Drip your links out at a safe rate....then you could of just shown Google too many links too fast and so he knows what your up too. Make sense?