I found this backlinking strategy very effective

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Good day everyone,

I was doing some "spy work" today and found a couple of websites on the top 1-2 positions of Google (for a specific keyword) using the same backlinking strategy that seems to work pretty good for them. I would like to share it here and maybe get more information about it from you guys. They seem to get many backlinks from "autoblogs" like the following examples (sorry I can not post live links yet):

www [DOT] gmesales [DOT] com
www [DOT] osusfr [DOT] com
www [DOT] honorblues [DOT] com

All the posts on those autoblogs are very short (around 100 words) and they all have a "dofollow" backlink to other sites. Also, the posts may be short but they are readable (i.e they are not crappy non-sense English)

Does anyone know how they put their links on those autoblogs? Is there an automated tool or system to help you implement this backlinking strategy?

I would Appreciate any feedback
#backlinking #effective #found #strategy
  • Profile picture of the author ExRat
    Hi,

    It's a paid backlinking service. You'd think they'd cover their tracks, but they have a very obvious footprint.

    Please don't bother asking me to 'out' the particular company, because I won't.
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    • Profile picture of the author HarrisAndrea
      Anyone else has any more information about this linking strategy? It seems very powerful.

      Thanks
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  • Profile picture of the author Avidpoet
    Im interested in knowing how one would cover a footprint like this. The Blogs are all over the place. I guess you could throw a road block to the link leaving the SPAM Blogs perhaps redirect it somewhere else before linking it to your money page.
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    • Profile picture of the author Stephen Crooks
      Looks like Linkvana or some other such paid service to me.. Linkvana is usually a bit better with regards to not looking spammy though.
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      • Profile picture of the author jammer_jaminski
        Originally Posted by Steve Crooks View Post

        Looks like Linkvana or some other such paid service to me.. Linkvana is usually a bit better with regards to not looking spammy though.
        I think Steve may be right, the service he mentions does have a 100 word requirement on their posts, so that could very well be what you are finding. Its a $150 a month service that does great from what I read, I agree it is a bit spammy though and is at least grey hat if not black hat...making it risky for real domains.

        I would think if you do a link wheel strategy though that you could use linkvana to build up your squidoo / hubpages / wordpress.com / blogger blogs (that all link to your money site) but not necessarily use it for direct links to your money site. That way if one of those (or some of them) get dinged it won't hurt your real site...and if it works you can pass the mojo through the link wheel site to your main page.

        I am conservative on this kind of stuff, maybe too much! Also there is no way to know for sure, unless you advertise with that service, to know which blogs are theirs, so I really dont know, just a guess.
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        • Profile picture of the author birdfood
          Originally Posted by jammer_jaminski View Post

          I would think if you do a link wheel strategy though that you could use linkvana to build up your squidoo / hubpages / wordpress.com / blogger blogs (that all link to your money site) but not necessarily use it for direct links to your money site. That way if one of those (or some of them) get dinged it won't hurt your real site...and if it works you can pass the mojo through the link wheel site to your main page.
          VERY NICE. You have the benefits of lots of quick easy links with out risk to your main money site. The best of both worlds.
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  • Profile picture of the author apple87jane
    Back linking service is fast way for you to draw traffic.
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  • Profile picture of the author brp002
    Yea def a good way to do it. But dont get slapped by google.
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  • Profile picture of the author 1st Spot Only
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    • Profile picture of the author The Expert
      Did anyone beside me notice that all three of the sites in the original post are Deindexed by Google?

      I agree that this is almost certainly a Linkvana site. It just seems to have that look to it with the 100 word thing.

      The bad thing is that some of these sites are are still getting posts dropped into them!

      Linkvana only gives you one post/link per entry. So if you write one mini-blog post it goes out to only one blog in their network...it doesn't get posted to 10 or 15 blogs.

      This means that people put in work only to have their post and link dropped onto a deindexed site!
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  • Profile picture of the author jammer_jaminski
    That's pretty steep, $150 a month for links on robo-blog sites like those...glad I didnt try it out! I just looked at the honorblues.com site and found no backlinks in G to it, and no PR on their home page... I'd be pissed If I was writing these posts and they are getting put on a delisted site too, they probably dont want to admit defeat - that google is on to them. Of course this post couldve outed the 3 sites. (not likely)
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