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xrumer question

Discussion in 'Black Hat SEO Tools' started by itdeptm, Feb 12, 2009.

  1. itdeptm

    itdeptm Registered Member

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    I'm looking into buying xrumer as i have a lot of legit sites that would profit from the traffic and mainly the backlinks.
    Does anyone have any experience or input on this?

    I'd do let's say 200 or so posts a day for each site from a scraped forum list with the proper niche

    Would this work good? or am i better staying away from this for legit sites?
     
  2. leet

    leet Newbie

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    im really looking to buy it atm, i was going to purchase today but they nolonger accept wu, so i have to verife my epass account GRRR


    its extremely good, i got around 18k back links when i paid for acopple of runs
     
  3. itdeptm

    itdeptm Registered Member

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    my only worry is since they are legit sites, i want to get quality backlinks and no banzor from the big g
     
  4. matapples01

    matapples01 Regular Member

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    You could do some "slow" linking to your smaller number of legit sites and crank up the linking using a 2nd level linking strategy to a bunch of parasite sites (blogger, squids, weebly...etc.) which THEN link to your main sites. The parasite sites will get some rank and pass the juice to your real sites. And, since you don't own the feeder sites, and they're a dime a dozen, if they get banned you can just build more.
     
  5. itdeptm

    itdeptm Registered Member

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    that's what i thought.. 100-200 links a day any by the time they slowly get indexed, it will definitely look like a legit campaign