Wiki Links

by AffiliatingAlan 8 replies
Useless or not theres a site.wikia.com thats hyper relevant to my niche site. From my understanding you just sign up and post a page on your profile with a link back to your site and your good to go.

My question is does the profile page you post your link on have to consist of an article with keywords and such or can I just post my link and thats all?
#search engine optimization #links #wiki
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  • Profile picture of the author RedShifted
    Just use GSA man. GSA can get you tons of wiki links. And you can use a spintax so everything is unique. Then backlink the wikis with pdfs, bookmarks, social profiles, forums, and blast all of those with 1 massive scrapebox blast. Then send to indexification.

    Screw doing 1 link at a time manually.

    You got to think big my brother.

    -RS
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    • Profile picture of the author Kevin Maguire
      Originally Posted by RedShifted View Post

      Just use GSA man. GSA can get you tons of wiki links. And you can use a spintax so everything is unique. Then backlink the wikis with pdfs, bookmarks, social profiles, forums, and blast all of those with 1 massive scrapebox blast. Then send to indexification.

      Screw doing 1 link at a time manually.

      You got to think big my brother.

      -RS
      You have just outlined the SEO plan of a bottom feeder with no idea of what a good link looks like.

      And that's your idea of thinking big?

      Really?...
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      • Profile picture of the author paulgl
        Originally Posted by AffiliatingAlan View Post

        Useless or not theres a site.wikia.com...
        You could have stopped at useless...

        Paul
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    • Profile picture of the author dennis09
      Originally Posted by RedShifted View Post

      And you can use a spintax so everything is unique.
      Just no. No no no no no. They may be "unique" against the original version, but compared to each other? No.

      There's only so many times you can {use|make use of} a spun article before you're pumping duplicates all over the place. Which {isn't|is not} much at all no matter how {fancy|good|well spun} it looks. And that's {science|math} right there bro.
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  • Profile picture of the author yoangov
    You can just post your link, however, from my observation recently wiki links are not that good in eyes of GOogle.
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    • Profile picture of the author AffiliatingAlan
      Originally Posted by yoangov View Post

      You can just post your link, however, from my observation recently wiki links are not that good in eyes of GOogle.
      Ty for more or less answering

      I do not have GSA.

      My plan is simply blog comment, wikis maybe pdf for anchor diversity. I just need something so when I pound in the real links I dont get anchor slapped.

      So can anyone tell me if my wiki page simply needs an article or if a single link is sufficient.
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  • Profile picture of the author dennis09
    Simple. You don't HAVE to post an article. But using one to get a relevant contextual link from a relevant site would of course be preferred. You may also find it harder to get your link indexed with just a blank profile page and a link. So what do you prefer? Profile link or contextual?
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  • Profile picture of the author yoangov
    As people said this already - it's much better with an article, as you are getting a contextual link.

    Before you decide to go and buy GSA Ser, you should know that there are additional costs involved. A good Windows VPS, Proxies, Link indexing service, captcha services (Captcha sniper / Captcha breaker and other such softwares are not sufficient nowadays), and Content. You should take this into account before buying it.
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