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A New Free Tool to Make Paid Links Look NATURAL for Google (Link Generator).

Discussion in 'Reviews' started by TNX, Oct 23, 2007.

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What do you think of this Link Generator

  1. I think it's a great tool! I will definetely use it when I need it

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  2. I have seen better link generators (please write in this thread)

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  3. I don't understand what is it for...

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  1. #1
    Have you ever thought of WHY Google wants to scare you from buying links? Because it works great, when done with care, of course!

    In the previous thread "How to Rank N1 in Google for a Highly Competitive Keyword - Revealed" I spoke of some tips which will definitely help to stay away of Google's radars when buying links. Backlink building has to be done with great care - not to get penalized.
    2 main points are: moderate link placement speed and a variety of link anchors to make links look natural.
    When over 100 new links pointing to one page appear in several days, all with same anchors (which is unnatural) - Google will most likely notice you and the pages you were promoting may disappear from SERPs for 1 month. This automated "too many links at once" filter is intended to keep you away from buying links, but it's very easy to avoid this filter!

    Many months we have been working on a tool that would help webmasters to easily make link anchors look more natural. Variety is the key to success.
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    At last, we are ready to introduce a free link generator, which you can use to generate hundreds of different anchors with a click of a button. All in Javascript and AJAX, so it works very fast. You can save the result of it's work in a file and use this file wherever you like.

    How to use the free generator.
    1. If you are not yet registered, please register at tnx.net. You need to fill just 5 fields to register. Login to your account.
    2. Press "Create New Campaign". Go to Step-2.
    3. Press "Advanced mode (with generator)"

    Here is what you can do now:
    4. Generate as many links as you like (you can put different text on each line and mix it, set phrases with {a|b|c} or mix them by using the comma symbol ( Ex: {a;b;c} - just press "Generate" and you will see how it works)
    5. Add generated results to cart.
    6. Check you search positions for anchors in each link and delete anchors with keywords that you already have in the Top search engine results.
    7. Choose keyword priority.
    8. Save results to a file (see example)

    Please tell me of your experience with that generator (I know it may not work in all browsers, but it does work in FF and IE on my pc). We really worked hard to develop it. In a few days we plan to add synonyms and other features.
     
    TNX, Oct 23, 2007 IP
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  2. spaceout

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    This is a neat script designed to serve TNX.net very well.

    Nice idea and well implemented. :)
     
    spaceout, Oct 24, 2007 IP
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    MTbiker Well-Known Member

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    Hmm this will be interesting :D
     
    MTbiker, Oct 25, 2007 IP
  4. agnivo007

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    TNX are you aware that DP is a great place for google staff to catch link sellers and such sites who promote the activity?

    Don't question the source or authenticity of this info...I'm 100% sure ;)
     
    agnivo007, Oct 25, 2007 IP
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    davewashere Active Member

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    That's a scary thought, but I don't doubt it.
     
    davewashere, Oct 25, 2007 IP
  6. alekin

    alekin Peon

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    #6
    I've been testing your system as advertiser and as publisher for aprox 20 days.
    Although I like the idea, your system has many things to improve and several bugs to fix.
    As publisher:
    - Your system don't allow filter the categories of ads.
    - Your system don't allow (or don't work) filter the language of ads (I got several Russian ads).
    - Your system don't index URLs with special characters like "comma".
    - The ads served are not XHTML compliant

    As advertiser:
    - Your system don't check ads with regularity
    - Many publishers put the ads under "Partner link" or similar titles. So the ads are devalued.
    NOTE: Your commision is 25%, not 12.5% as you said. 12.5% taken from publisher and 12.5% taken from advertiser.
     
    alekin, Oct 26, 2007 IP
  7. trichnosis

    trichnosis Notable Member

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    it looks very great idea for avoiding from paid links penalty.

    well done:)
     
    trichnosis, Oct 26, 2007 IP
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    solar44 Active Member

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    Nice tool, might come in handy.
     
    solar44, Oct 26, 2007 IP
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    Yes, of course Google team review everyday this forom as others, think if you work in Google paid link review team :)
     
    jakomo, Oct 26, 2007 IP
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    Actually, from my observation, the links do look very natural and unique to each page that they are advertised. It is as if someone puts the links manually, one to each different page.
     
    my44, Oct 26, 2007 IP
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    Brinked Well-Known Member

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    also, when viewing a campaign, to see what pages your links are on..you can sort the pages by page rank.
     
    Brinked, Oct 31, 2007 IP
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    Watch out Matt Cutts is reading this thread!
     
    biddinglinks, Oct 31, 2007 IP
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    Bonus-points Guest

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    Tell him to let me know his TNX ID, so I can give him some free points :)
     
    Bonus-points, Nov 1, 2007 IP
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    #14
    i don't think that's how they're identifying paid links. If they are that's really really stupid, since you end up catching a huge net of sites that aren't involved in anything like this. I mean imagine how many links there are going to Wikipedia and YouTube and smaller sites like icanhazcheezburger, etc.

    If this was true, then technically wouldn't google be detecting those sites as paid links since there's probably 1000+ links popping up each day with the anchor "YouTube" "lolcats" or Google.

    I think they detect paid links manually or through reports that they recieve, and they probably use text-link-ads.com as a sentinel for possible paid links, then they go and manually check for any proof. Or at least I hope they review it. The biggest thing I see is whether they distinguish between paid and free link directories - if there's no money transaction is that allowed?
     
    Slincon, Nov 1, 2007 IP
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    * Most of the people Report about Paid Link,No?

    * Or Google just catch paid Directories & down all the Links within it !!
     
    microbrain, Nov 1, 2007 IP
  16. panama

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    HTML:
    1. <div id="not_paid_links" class="really">
    2.  <p class="completely_harmless_to_googlebot">I found this really <a class="completely_natural_link" href="www.domain.com">cool widget</a> on a interwebtube page.
    3. <!-- I am linking to it completely voluntary and not because I was paid. -->
    4.  </p>
    5. </div>
    Foolproof!

    :D
     
    panama, Nov 1, 2007 IP
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    enquiries0009 Banned

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    I think it is a very useful script
     
    enquiries0009, Nov 1, 2007 IP
  18. trichnosis

    trichnosis Notable Member

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    i totally agree with this. google has only catched paid directories and a little part of paid links
     
    trichnosis, Nov 1, 2007 IP
  19. Sebastian

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    I admit that this is a neat attempt, but I highly doubt it can fool Google. They're used to deal with all sorts of artificial linkage since ages, err since the very first release of the toolbar, and a link network of that size is definitely not undetectable. I've reviewed TNX on my blog. Since I've experience with link networks and Google's counter strategies as well, I don't recommend mass link trading. Especially not when newbies are involved.
     
    Sebastian, Nov 6, 2007 IP
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    Right, google is a genius that can't be fooled by anyone. That's why their SERPS are still littered with spam.
     
    Benahue, Nov 8, 2007 IP
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