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What is the max links I should put per RSS in linkstoRSS.com?

Discussion in 'Black Hat SEO' started by Ranko Jones, Apr 21, 2011.

  1. Ranko Jones

    Ranko Jones BANNED BANNED

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    The default is 20 but I have a loads of SB blasts. I wanna try making a feed for the links but at 20 a time that makes tons of links that I'd have to download and submit.

    Can I not have a few bigger ones or does that risk banning if they are too large?

    I'm new to RSS so dunno what it's about.

    What exactly IS RSS anyway? How is RSS different from pinging and why is it better for indexing your links?

    there was a thread on here with the same question about the difference but it was crap cos noone answered it properly.

    I'm also doing some googling on the subject in the meantime but wanna know from fellow BHers what it's all about and how it relates to BHing.

    I have vaguely read that it will help with indexing which is why I am trying it but I do not know how it works yet...
     
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    The simple answer to you: Simply subscribe to linklicious.me and use their RSS ping service. It would be better to get the basic membership since you can drip-feed.

    Also, there's no max links or whatever. BUT if your site is new, I would recommend doing drip-feeding (which means blasting 20 links per RSS over a period of time). If your site is about 6-months to a year old, then you can simply blast it all. That's what I do and I have no problems with it.


    But if you want to do the manual way and do not wish to use linklicious.me... then use links2rss.com to convert your links to a RSS file. Upload to a webhost and blast it to RSS directories using RSS-Submit software or Bulkping.com.
     
  3. Ranko Jones

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    Hmm, so you actually have to have RSS feeds hosted somewhere? I was unaware of that.

    Yes I don't wanna pay for anything else atm as I don't have the money.

    What exactly is an RSS feed then? from what you say I'm presuming it's a sort of static pinging type deal where the rss places get told where your files are hosted and they then tell wherever else about the link you uploaded?

    I guess I'll drip feed for my money site- since I have an xrumer blast pointed to there which isn't showing much movement but won't bother with my SB blasts to my web 2.0s and throw them up all in one.

    Where should I host the file? Shouldn't I keep it away from my money site hosting to avoid the 'footprint' or whatever?

    Does it have to be semi permanent hosting (i.e rather than ones which get deleted after a week or so like filefront)? i.e. will they always be pinging the file back and forth or does it become redundant once they all get told about the feed/s?