Discussion in 'Black Hat SEO' started by lover, Jun 28, 2013.
Hi guys, can you tell me what kind of links are these and which software can build such links?
web 2.0 - contextual backlinks
I mean which platform?
Thanks guys, which tool can build such links?
Common run of the mill article links.
It's bad karma to show your competitions links...
No they're not. Those are all custom sites. There are a lot of different pieces of software that can create them. If you can't recognize them, you might want to start by building some by hand to get the hang of it first.
yes, those are web 2.0 backlinks and start creating them by your own hands. I have a question: how many blogs for one keyword to create?
Depend on your niche.
For some clients of mine, just one good solid backlink got them page 1! Easy niches... For others you're gonna need thousands(anything related to money, for instance)....
Thanks for quick answer!
If I already have articles published on my website, can I copy and modify a bit into web 2.0 blog? thanks
Those links were not created by hand. 100% sure.
At least one, probably two of those sites were created via SEnuke XCr (you can tell by the structure of the username - it has the same structure as the default randomized username value). Those are all proprietary CMS's (meaning there is no larger engine platform) and GSA SER can also post to a couple of those.
Don't use dupe content. You won't be able to modify enough to fool anyone. You want spun content that is highly unique, or unique content. For junk web 2.0's I never use good content, I use spun content.
What is the diff. btw spun and spin? can you recommend a well free article spunner?
Thx and sorry for dumb questions lol
Thanks guys, helped a lot.
They are not my competitors links. They are just random links from similar platform.
Spun is the result, spin is the action.
When you spin content, you end up with spun content.
I use TBS and ACW for spinning. Neither are free.
Ok, gotcha. Thanks .
Good explanation, it reminds me of my english teacher explaining things.
Separate names with a comma.