are drip feed blasts dangerous?

by byalik
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Are drip feed blast services dangerous to use for seo? Wouldn't it alert google since so many backlinks are created every day?
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  • Profile picture of the author gudrunsmith
    Originally Posted by byalik View Post

    Are drip feed blast services dangerous to use for seo? Wouldn't it alert google since so many backlinks are created every day?
    What are drip feeds?

    you must be careful to have qualified back links, because links from or too a bad site can harm you big time.
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    • Profile picture of the author WebPen
      Originally Posted by gudrunsmith View Post

      What are drip feeds?

      you must be careful to have qualified back links, because links from or too a bad site can harm you big time.
      Drip Feed Blasts is a Xrumer service where you get links created for your site every day.

      You can either get social bookmarks, forum profiles or directory submissions

      As far as a penalty- depends on who you talk to. Some people will say it hurts, some say it doesn't.

      But most backlinks take a few days to get indexed anyways (if they ever do). So Google isn't going to see it all happen at once
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  • Profile picture of the author KabirC
    If you have an older domain, they work really well especially if you need some backlink variety. Also in combo with Linklicious it is great!
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  • Profile picture of the author byalik
    So xrumer is the software responsible for drip feed blasts? Where can I look into purchasing that?
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  • Profile picture of the author byalik
    Anyone else have any input on drip feed blasts?
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  • Profile picture of the author byalik
    What does linklicious have to do with drip feed blasts?
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  • Profile picture of the author milapetersburg
    Hmm. Not unless the drip feed blast service is able to strictly and selectively plant links to highly crawled pages, you wouldn't be in trouble. Like Justin's note, all of those links are not going to be discovered all at one by search engines as it may depend on many factors including popularity, crawl rate, and so on.
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    • Profile picture of the author ttkim
      You can always use them on your buffer sites if you're worried.
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  • Profile picture of the author byalik
    Pardon the ignorance but what is a buffer site?
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    • Profile picture of the author NEseO
      OK lets start off answering the below...
      Originally Posted by byalik View Post

      So xrumer is the software responsible for drip feed blasts? Where can I look into purchasing that?
      You can purchase this from botmasterlabs, just do a search in Google. Although this being said if you are new to SEO I would not get this yet. You need to get a better understanding of your strategy and whether it works before buying these tools as they are good but costly for a newbie.

      Costs $590 + $10 a month, plus you should get a dedicated server to run this off also. Really you should be in a position of running multiple sites to make this worth the investment.

      Originally Posted by byalik View Post

      What does linklicious have to do with drip feed blasts?
      Some people put through their links created by DFB to Linklicious in the hope they will be crawled and indexed, not really worth it if you ask me .

      Originally Posted by byalik View Post

      Pardon the ignorance but what is a buffer site?
      A buffer site is a site that links to your money site, and what you basically do is throw lots of links as them. This way if anything happens i.e. penalties then they happen to your buffer sites it will not really have an impact on your money site.

      It sounds like you have a lot of reading to do before getting totally into this so read up on things like

      - linkwheels
      - Web 2.0's
      - Blog comments (can use Scrapebox to automate this and a little more affordable at less than $100, but again to buffer sites)
      - article marketing/posting
      etc. etc. There are many ways to rank sites but it is best to try things to see what works.

      I have ranked a site in the top 3 for a low competition keyword using just profile links from a similar supplier to DFB last year, but very much doubt this would work now.

      Now I use a combination of different link building techniques and have advanced my strategies a lot mainly through trial and error.

      Good luck!!
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      • Profile picture of the author HKSEO Rotzee
        Originally Posted by NEseO View Post



        Some people put through their links created by DFB to Linklicious in the hope they will be crawled and indexed, not really worth it if you ask me .
        Um, DFB themselves have admitted that users should ping their links to make sure they get found. What is the point in spending 100's of dollars on links that google has no idea exists:confused:
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  • Profile picture of the author byalik
    Thank you for the post, it has been very helpful. I already use some of those services and have a few of my keywords ranked on the first page of google. I am increasing my SEO efforts with more keywords, pages, etc... so I have been looking into other services. I believe these are the ones I am going to be signing up for right now:
    BMR, Drip feeds (not sure Dripfeedblasts or dripable yet), and UAW.
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  • Profile picture of the author ex9to5guy
    drip feed blast are fine to the tier 1s and tier 2s
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  • Profile picture of the author royljestr
    I use DripFeed all the time and even offer my services. I find that it is a VERY effective way to get great rankings, but as has already been mentioned you would be advised to use a buffer site such as DIGG, Wordpress.com, blogger, and etc that points to your main URL and send about 75% of the drip feed links to those sites.

    I always run my clients links though my Linklicious PRO account, however that in and of itself is NOT drip feed backlinks!

    The drip feed backlinks are generally forum profiles that allow you to add a hyperlink.
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  • Profile picture of the author byalik
    so for example I have 1 main site, and no real buffer sites, only web 2.0 properties and other individual pages that are linking to my site. Should I send the drip feed blasts to those other properties? Or should I make some type of other site that basically refers all the people to my main site?
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    • Profile picture of the author LinkVariety
      Originally Posted by byalik View Post

      so for example I have 1 main site, and no real buffer sites, only web 2.0 properties and other individual pages that are linking to my site. Should I send the drip feed blasts to those other properties? Or should I make some type of other site that basically refers all the people to my main site?
      I have a drip feed service that integrates with LinkLicous... when using this myself I send limited numbers to my money sites and the rest to sites that link to me for "backlink boosting".

      I have said in other threads that since Panda was rolled out early this year sending thousands of profiles to your main domain isnt really effective. If anything less is more, diversity works... hammering single urls doesnt!
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