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Will share my Python site generator for help getting indexed

Discussion in 'Cloaking and Content Generators' started by matt1972, Mar 28, 2010.

  1. matt1972

    matt1972 Regular Member

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    I have a python site generator that I will share in return for some help on getting indexed fairly fast. I can generate thousands of pages quickly with it, but need to find a good solution for indexing the pages. I try to focus on long tail keywords and masses of them so I really don't give a shit about high page rank on the sites, they are created so quickly that I'm trying to play the numbers game with the pages.

    Here is an example of a site it creates..

    Code:
    http://mike-blog.info
    You'll need to turn off your java script to view the pages or you will get redirected. I used to be able to get into Yahoo fairly quick and was doing well, but in the last few months I've had hell just getting indexed and raising my traffic for my products.

    So anyone that would be willing to help with the indexing and can show me I will share the site generator with you. Just take a look at the site above and see if you would be interested. Much appreciated.
     
  2. aмillionaírе

    aмillionaírе Jr. VIP Jr. VIP Premium Member

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    On each of the pages, there are too many links. Configure your setup to only do ONE sitemap page, and for each page interlink to another page to the power of no more than four, and on all pages have a link to the master sitemap, however you are overdoing it and your site is probably already flagged as spam, especially with the extension ".info" that Google discriminates against. Your HTML titles are duplicated several times over...

    * No filler words
    * Some pages have too many links
    * All pages have duplicated HTML titles
    * Absolutely no diversity and no outbound links
     
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  3. matt1972

    matt1972 Regular Member

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    I have an external txt file for external links coded in just not using it. An the titles I can fix really fast. There are about five text files for filler words and the keyword density can be adjusted, I prolly just have it to high right now.
     
  4. savvypro

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    How about following the method at:
    Code:
    jigglingtheweb.com/
    The method is described for free.
     
  5. russaus

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    You can pick up some density if needed with some TITLE attributes added to the <A> tags.

    Same with some ALT attributes in <IMG> tags.

    Some phrases are bold to emphasize, i.e. "<b>penis enlargement frequently asked questions</b>" <-- are these core terms?

    <h1 align="center">Why Is This Review Site Here?</h1> <-- bad phrase to waste on a H1 tag AND you're using it multiple times. Essentially you're telling the algorithm "HEY LOOK AT ALL THESE FUCKING TITLES MAN, I DON'T MEAN TO CONFUSE YOU BUT THIS DOCUMENT OR PAGE HAS MANY TITLES!!!!!!"

    "penis enlargement reviews" is used a the keywords and isnt really a true representation of the page content.

    TLDR
    You're on a BH SEO site - you probably don;t care about site structure or the like or WH SEO?
     
  6. Traptor

    Traptor Newbie

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    have good experience with python, ask me via PM if you have questions
     
  7. Kid Shaleen

    Kid Shaleen Regular Member

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    The dupe/spam detectors are getting much more sophisticated; I've been slogging through a number of academic papers devoted to exactly that topic. Among things you might try are:

    1) very different html code and page style;

    2) mix up "flavor" of site (different page length; different width; multiple articles vs single; )

    3) different reading levels if possible;

    4) a whole new set of ips you haven't used before.