Discussion in 'Black Hat SEO' started by forwardedlandlines, Mar 19, 2012.
And yea I know it's ugly as heck
Well, I think it's OK for a link wheel concept. However, there's not much link diversity. I would assume your adding article links, social bookmarks, blog comments, profile links, and so on right? (i hope).
It is a good start, however, chaotic.
I completely agree with demon...you will need to scale it up with content media or else it will flop.
Also, stop using 301 redirects and use a clean and simple php redirect. It doesn't risk showing up in the search engine results as an " error page " and has the exact same effect for redirecting the page to where you want it to go.
It is also the most highly accepted and legit method, which is what everyone redirecting wants to appear, no matter what their intent after that...to each their own thereafter.
Keep on it and expand this thing out but be sure and layer it ' systematically ', so that you have the ability to grow and manage your efforts on a routine basis. Fail to do this and you will face serious issues with basic overwhelm, confusion, lack of productivity, as well as risk of double posting, missing posting, etc...any of which will cause damage to your linkjuice authority level and pull.
Best of luck with continuing your work.
You're saying that the pagerank/age will still be passed on to the fresh domains for them to inherit? Because that's the sole purpose..
Not at all.
Pagerank and age being transferred from one site to another is commonly referred to as " link juice " and it comes from building authority rank with any given domain/site.
Redirecting a portal from an existing site with rank, to a site that is new and unranked is known as doorway or portal linking and will get both sites involved deindexed - guaranteed.
To achieve the authority ranking power you are looking for, you need to backlink to sites of authority and have your site primarily contain content of relevant value to that given niche market.
Simply redirecting from one site to another is going to get you bustedfor site spamming/ doorway portaling and express dropship both your sites to sandbox hell.
The whole point of a linkwheel construct is to:
$ Submit your content virally to multiple locations, for guiding traffic to a primary site.
$ Expose your primary site for higher search engine rankings.
$ Build blacklinks and authority rank power for your primary money site.
Redirecting an authority domain to another, less established site kills them both and breaks down the entire structure and underminds the purpose of the efforts involved.
Doing it that way, it would be easier and a save on time to just hand google your sites to sandbox now and move on. Don't do that to yourself, bud.
It is that one redirect method that is a weak spot in your model. If the content is relevant and related to the domain, simply post it directly to that domain and backlink, outlink to the next step into the chain.
Well, I got inspired for this idea in a linkwheel construction after I read this post: http://www.blackhatworld.com/blackh...uccessfully-get-rank-3-using-methods-bhw.html
What I'm talking about is under the 'Web 2.0 properties' head. This guy claims that it works well...
Also the idea is to create loads of backlinks for all these urls with social networks and forum profiles as a 2nd tier. And blast this 2nd tier with 100ks of low pr high obl blog comments. And of course get all the backlinks indexed with a good spread, by social bookmarks or an indexing service. All the keyword domains focus on the very same 1 keyword. And all of this is just 1 part of the full strategy.
Can someone else also confirm that the info about 301 redirects in the following link under 'web 2.0 properties' is a bunch of nonsense?
Separate names with a comma.