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Where are you getting your 'bulk/mass' contextual links from?

Discussion in 'Black Hat SEO' started by Ghoast, May 15, 2012.

  1. Ghoast

    Ghoast Power Member

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    With the ever worsening situation in regards to Article marketing I want to know where marketers are turning these days for their 'bulk' contextual links..

    I, (as I'm sure many others do) mainly used article marketing links as a bulk/mass way to power up my lower tiers with articles rarely linking to any money sites.

    Articles used to provide a cheap way to get thousands of contextual links for an array of different IPs and domains.

    I'm looking to wikis as my next contextual links provider. What have you done to replicate the success of article marketing in a time where it's getting harder and harder to use scraped directories with software. As many have speculated, it seems that programs like AMR have forced article directory providers to completely change their models and as such it's increasingly difficult for marketers to find directories that will auto approve, or approve at all..

    So what are you doing about this? What's your substitute?
     
  2. randomsoftwaregroup

    randomsoftwaregroup Registered Member

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    I can get 1-2,000 cached links in a few days with multiple anchor texts. I know it is not contextual, but they would all be from different sites, blogs, web 2.0's etc, and mostly home pages. And you do not have to work on getting them indexed like article directories, blog blasts, and etc :)


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  3. Ghoast

    Ghoast Power Member

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    Okay - I'm more interested in contextual links though.. I can get thousands of non contextual links too ;)
     
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    malaga Registered Member

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    Use blog guest, as white hat seo.
     
  5. Ghoast

    Ghoast Power Member

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    Blog guest is hardly bulk though.. I need a solution where I can get around 500-1000 contextual links. Anyone else care to share their sources for such links? Obviously private networks used to offer such services (and still do) however they're becoming increasingly more hazardous..

    I'm looking into a few things myself but it would be interesting to hear what others are doing in regard to bulk contextual links..
     
  6. genesis311

    genesis311 Junior Member

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    Wikis!
     
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  7. BassTrackerBoats

    BassTrackerBoats Moderator Staff Member Moderator Jr. VIP

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    Extreme Wiki Poster can do that for you... that is being sold here on this forum and it is a very nice tool.
     
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  8. Ghoast

    Ghoast Power Member

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    Yep - this is pretty much what I've been thinking.. wikis seem to be the answer - Probably will make my own software though.. Thanks for the replies - would still be interested if anyone has any alternatives to wikis though..
     
  9. proximate

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    The best source for bulk contextual link I have found is Auto SEO System.

    You can create thousands on different domains and auto drip them.

    They have a free trial so you can evaluate the service.
     
  10. Marcink99

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    forum posts 1000s a day. press releases
     
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  11. genesis311

    genesis311 Junior Member

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    I have a very low stick rate with forum posts. It seems like only the ones on crappy forums actually stick. Have you noticed the same?
     
  12. Ravi546

    Ravi546 Registered Member

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    I would like to know the answer to this too. I have been building wiki's but they are nofollow and a lot of them don't stick.

    I'm sure people are getting hundreds of contextual backlinks from different referring domains each day but I have no idea how they go about this.
     
  13. Scritty

    Scritty Elite Member Premium Member

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    Link Farm Evolution

    Create your own blogs on public networks.

    Takes a little work, but anything worthwhile takes a little work these days.
     
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  14. rossdavvid

    rossdavvid Junior Member

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    there are many blog social networks which selling contextual backlinks at just $2 per post.
    You can bought bulk contextual backlinks from these network.
     
  15. SEO-Julia

    SEO-Julia Registered Member

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    I am using wikis and comments from blackhatlins.com

    it works pretty nice for all of my sites.

    but dont forget to use anchor diversity. min. 60% generic keywords