Welcome to my Black hat search engine optimization report for April 2017. I have had to tweak a few things from the initial post for the projects. I have scrapped the Blackhat SILO project and have moved forward with a number of projects. I now plan to use this monthly post as a report of what I have been upto in Black Hat SEO for the month as well as reporting on any changes on my Blackhat projects.
The above screenshot shows the link counts I pushed out during April 17. Although they are all displayed in GSA Search Engine Ranker (Using the method I explain in this post) the links are made up of a mixture of manual web 2.0, automated web 2.0 and SER links in a number of different link pyramid set ups.
As I am using a low-end VPS to run my toolset I have had a few issues when it came to balancing the load on the system resources compared to what I am used to but I have managed to work around them. As the majority of links for these initial projects have now been built parts of the link pyramids have been sent to the premium indexing service I use.
When it comes to the indexing front I have been tweaking with an indexing method of my own and so far it seems to be working without problem. The main issue with this method is it is relatively hard to scale up to push large numbers of links through it.
Personal Indexing Method On Automated Web 2.0’s
Personal Indexing Method On Contextual SER Links.
As the domains used is the black hat projects are less than a month old I am not expecting anything in the form of results or SERP changed for at least three months yet.
Moving forward I am planning to start some private blog network projects as well as a few possible churn and burn parasite projects but from the results of the one I am currently running, it seems that method has definitely been patched out.