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Xrumer delisted or negative search engine rankings?

Discussion in 'Black Hat SEO' started by dvno879, Nov 2, 2010.

  1. dvno879

    dvno879 Regular Member

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    Just wondering if any of you guys have proof or know for a fact that xrumer has delisted their site or some how negatively impacted your website??

    I am asking because I have been direct blasting xrumer links to my money site, and never had a problem yet with google.

    Why link wheels and such? Sure its a safety precaution but to date I never had problems with xrumer delisting my sites or anything like that...


    thoughts and opinions?

    for me.. direct linking blasts increase my search rank much faster and are easier to do and faster than link wheels..
     
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    Never use one way to do your link building.
     
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    It only applies to the new sites, although I don't believe in this theory as well, if you blast a new site with 20k backlinks in 2-3 days, sure it will raise a red flag, but for established sites it only benefits it by ranking it much higher, one way link building is the way to go IMO, I also have never had any problem with that, if sites would be delisted from Google by blasting them with Xrumer links than I would do that to my competitors(linking to porn forums if you really want to damage them) and remove them from the search engines, but that DOES NOT HAPPEN, so you'll always be fine!
     
  4. dvno879

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    Exactly. Ive been doing it to new sites and it has never gotten be delisted once. Sure it does the google dance thing, where it jumps around rankings, but usually i gradually go up.. and i do xrumer blasts and let the whole forum list run through like 80k links, but obviously not all get indexed and more than half get removed probably..
     
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    The problem with direct linking is that eventually your links are deleted and you lose rankings. You must keep spamming all the time to keep your sites up. With linkwheels you create high pr web2.0 mininet which link to your website. The web2.0 properties are on high PR domains and they easily become high pr themselves. Then you don't have to spam them so frequently to keep your rankings.
     
  6. dvno879

    dvno879 Regular Member

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    I see thats a good point! But sometimes I've seen those pr sites remove my posts i make through senuke etc since they see it as spam... not sure if thats something that happens to everyone but ive seen it happen to me..