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What Does Your Daily Backlink Schedule Look Like, When Using Automation (like SEnuke)?

Discussion in 'Black Hat SEO' started by MeAmRussian, Jun 6, 2010.

  1. MeAmRussian

    MeAmRussian Newbie

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    I'm having some difficulty figuring out timing a plan to get high rankings for long tailed keywords with medium/little competition.

    As you know, you can't just blast posts and articles with your links right away, because Google flag such behavior. I'm currently trying out SEnuke, which does a lot of automated backlinks.

    Here's an example of the question: let's say I'm going for 1 long-tailed keyphrase:

    Step 1: I'll set up a few squidoo and other Web 2.0 pages that link to my main page that I want to rank highly in.
    Step 2: I'll write 2+ articles, and submit them to a 10-15 article sites, rotating URLs (that point to those Web 2.0 pages, which link to my site) per day
    Step 3: I'll also get about 20 profile page links per day
    Step 4: I'll do social bookmarking to 10-15 sites per day
    Step 5: I'd ping all of the new URLs with the pinger in SEnuke.

    The question is: So once you're done with those submissions, which only takes a matter of minutes with SEnuke what do you do? What's the next step?

    I'm just trying to figure out what a regular schedule would look like =) Or do you guys work on 5+ main sites per day, doing some sort of production line of sites or something? Would you say my daily numbers of submissions above are too little/too much? What would you do differently? I feel like there is something large I'm missing, because that amount of work is too little, and only takes 20 minutes in a day or so. Any more than that, and I feel I'm already spamming my links.

    Thanks a lot.
     
  2. peter2002

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  3. J0kerz

    J0kerz Supreme Member

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    Day 1: Create some backlinks
    Day 2: Create even more backlinks
    Day 3: Create even more backlinks

    And so on..

    But seriously you should read Yuki's thread like Peter told you. You will learn plenty of stuff about Social bookmarking and article marketing.
     
  4. MeAmRussian

    MeAmRussian Newbie

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    Yeah, I read that post but he doesn't talk too much about how to handle timing. He just says to space out the links.

    So do you guys usually work on multiple sites/pages per day to fill in the waiting time? How many backlinks is too many backlinks in one day, do you think?

    I'm not at all new to IT and SEO, but I've never used such automated bots and focused on multiple "low competitions" sites before. I've always done stuff whitehat, till now :) So naturally, I've never had the problem of "too many backlinks".
     
  5. summertime1

    summertime1 Junior Member

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    If you are not too focused on SENuke try to get into blogmarketing (not autoblogging). There are thousands of WPMU Blogs out there. Just get an account, do some article spinning (bad quality is ok here as long as its unique) and schedule the articles on your blogs.

    That way you can "fill your gaps" with article writing/spinning and spead them on your blogs on a big frame like a month or two.

    If u have set up some of these blogs, get the RSS feed Urls and submit them to RSS directories so that every scheduled post gets some backlinks immediately.

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    self memo: should review my post before submitting -_-
     
    Last edited: Jun 15, 2010