Discussion in 'Black Hat SEO' started by Creme, Jun 13, 2011.
you can build some web 2.0 links (or article dirs links) yourself and then blast them with scrapebox
this still work rather well even on new sites and is quite safe
So would that involve going to sites like squidoo, writing an article then blasting blogengine sites with the link to my article. And the article points to my money site?
Mate, just search around. All the information you need are provided here at BHW.
thats pretty much it
but you will need to get other types of links too
(like profile links or edu or social bookmarks etc)
its pretty hard to rank with only 1 method
Thanks topless, much appreciated bud.
SweTech - I've actually done around 3 - 4 hours of searching between last night and this morning, I've read around 30 threads in full detail. I've searched about VenomSEO, xRumer, ScrapeBox & SeNuke x. I just haven't managed to find a great deal on manual link building so if you can find any good threads on here I'd be more than happy to read them.
EDIT: Also it's not the fact that I don't know how to search it's also the fact that I don't know what to search for, I feel like I don't know what terminology to search for considering I've not been in SEO for very long at all. I only found out what a link pyramid is, today.
Thank you! There was a link in there that I only briefly skimmed the other day and 3 others that were completely new to me.
np mate, glad to help
Thanks a lot Swe, some of those were new to me too! xoxo
It seems like maybe you are wanting to rely completely on automated tools and other spammy services. There is no push button magic tool or service that will get you top rankings. When I stopped using automated tools and spammy services and started to use some good old fashion elbow grease is when I started making money online. If you want to use automated tools and other services to supplement your IM that's fine. But realistically, hard work comes first and will ultimately pay off in the long run.
If you do anything, outsource. Build highly relevant links through forum posting and guest blogging. Back links surrounded by relevant content will pass much more weight.
Just my 2 cents...
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