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xRumer a Facebook page?

Discussion in 'Black Hat SEO Tools' started by renateh, Jun 10, 2010.

  1. renateh

    renateh Regular Member

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    Hey!

    I have heard of a guy who got his facebook page on google#1 for the specific keyword! Anyone here who is experienced with xRumering Facebook fanpages? I think they dont need a bunch of bls since fb is one of the most authoritative sites!

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  2. xboxps3wow

    xboxps3wow Power Member

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    I don't see why not, its just like any other webpage... Unless fb blocks fanpages or something...
     
  3. AgentOrange_MkUltra

    AgentOrange_MkUltra Junior Member

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    Many steps ahead & Behind 4 Proxies + double VPN!
    1) it can be blocked anytime, because it doens't
    belong to you in a way your own domain / site / server does.

    2) Facebook by default is much more oriented to prevent search
    engines from crawling its content than encouraging their indexing.
    So you won't be able optimize in any form and are actually rowing
    against the flow of your "host".

    3) If you cause frequent complaints for link spam,
    even if outside FB, odds are they are also FB users
    and will harrass / report you inside as well.

    Conclusion: if you use a FB page as central part of a project, esp. of shady kind (and link spam is shady) you are working on someone else's property, and according to rules that authorize them to take it away anytime.
     
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  4. promzzz

    promzzz Junior Member

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    this is just another web 2.0 page,like youtube blogspot etc..
     
  5. secci

    secci Newbie

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    what about setting up a domain, forward it to somewhere else (hubpages etc), xrumer it then wait a while (until the links settle a bit) then changing forward to fb maybe?
     
  6. rocket

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    don't direct link. use mininet or link pyramid to insulate the Facebook page.
     
  7. boo122002

    boo122002 Newbie

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    THis thing will block facebook applications