Discussion in 'Black Hat SEO' started by metalice, Jan 10, 2012.
i see this getting lots of attention now days..
so i will ask what are wikis?
In terms of links, Wiki's allow users to edit the content. The idea is that you write a subject on a topic, and link your own site as a source.
is there any automation tool for those platforms?
Yes try extremephp's wikibot
It's a great piece of software.
*edit* just saw its no longer available, there might be some templates available for xrumer or sicksubmitter though.
...which unfortunately is not available for download anymore
haha, yes I came across wikibot several days ago and was disappointed to see its not available anymore even after I read all about it.
I've outsourced a lot of wiki's in the past couple of weeks and I've noticed that a large number of them have edited and removed my content. I've been doing some research on it and it seems that wiki's are having a poor stick rate.
If you submit to wiki's make sure and use readable content because it seems a lot of the sites manually review your articles.
Any noticeable results from those that did stick?
I wasn't really tracking them like I should have because I was getting a bunch of different links built at the same time.
However, the wiki's that I had my outsourcer post on were mainly higher PR universities (.edu) so that could be why they were more strict.
I have seen other people on different forums complaining about wiki stick rate though.
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