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What Next For Rankings

Discussion in 'Black Hat SEO' started by wanabee2, Apr 25, 2012.

  1. wanabee2

    wanabee2 Newbie

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    Hi Guys,
    Looking for a few tips here.
    We all seem to of been spanked by Google's latest update by killing blog networks.
    At the moment, I have an established site that can handle a fair bit of linking and I am doing the following:-
    Daily SEnuke blasts,
    Blog Comments,
    Twitter
    Wiki Submissions
    Xrumer on for tier 2 / 3 links

    but improvement in the serps has almost stopped, compared to what the blog networks used to be able to do I would be grateful if some people would share there methods (especially if it involves the above software) and how I can utilise it best to see some better improvements in my rankings. Ie how long you spread submissions over, what to do for what tiers, keyword spread etc.
    I am not asking to be spoon fed, just a few tips would be greatly appreciated.

    Thanks
     
  2. tedchang8592

    tedchang8592 Regular Member

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    no one knows the exact answer now, but high quality link will not be wrong
     
  3. wanabee2

    wanabee2 Newbie

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    I have increased my twitter and facebook traffic 300 fold but there has been no serp increase at all.
    All SEnuke blasts are individually written 500 word articles spun to 60% minimum
     
  4. crashdi

    crashdi Regular Member

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    please don't do such senuke or xrumer for next few weeks...
     
  5. DamageX

    DamageX Elite Member

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    Actually I would do just that. Only not on existing sites but on new ones.