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What's the best way to 'cloak' my linkdrops to web2.0s?

Discussion in 'Black Hat SEO' started by Ranko Jones, Jun 23, 2011.

  1. Ranko Jones

    Ranko Jones BANNED BANNED

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    I had some very promising results looking at my index ratio today for the web2.0 links submissions I created. I had created 21 web2.0s and uploaded 7 rsss to my site which were previously unindexed. I didn't split test but some of these bitches were up for like a month and not indexed on their own. I'll continue with splittests in future but I'm rather confident it's due to the web2.0 link drops.

    Anyhow 2/3 days after sub 3/7 were indexed.

    Now what I noticed is that one of my accounts has been banned for violation of TOS. I hadn't created new accounts so it killed one of my main keyword links. Obv. I will keep these separate in future. I'll create a new web2.0 cluster imminently just for linkdrops.

    I was just wondering if there are any other ways to do linkdrops without being noticed or keep it min.

    I'm thinking of maybe just scraping article content and dropping in the links in anchour text. I think I got banned cos I just pasted the lnks in.

    Thing is tho scraping and spinning content will take time and I not really worth it I'm thinking since I only wanna do drops to get indexed so the web2.0s are throwaway in that sense. Obv. better if they stay up but not too bad if they don't. I also don't wanna abuse the technique too much or it might cause them to shut it down somehow.

    Another question. Once I have a site indexed will it get subsequent links from that site indexed more quickly? I know that my WP blog gets updated within a few days...so I'm thinking maybe I could just use these web2.0s as a temp springboard as I keep pointing them to the site where I upload all my files for indexing. Then once G gets used to crawling and indexing right at the source I can drop the 1st step.
     
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  2. mcgoohan6

    mcgoohan6 Power Member

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    Mind sharing which property shut you down? I know last night I had made a nice looking Squidoo lens with spun content, a vid, pics and a poll only to have it blocked before I published it due to it being a topic they considered spammy.
     
  3. Ranko Jones

    Ranko Jones BANNED BANNED

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    Hah., funnily enough I had the same thing happen to me with squidoo...

    Wrote up a nice post then they wouldn't let me post it cos it must have contained keywords from a niche they considered spammy pretty much just like you say. Think I just changed the wording with that one till it was accepted.

    As for the particular one in question it was:

    Code:
    tabulas.com
    As an aside why do ppl always say it;s bad to put in livelinks and to put your links in code format. Is it just so you don't get penalized as a potential affiliate?