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  1. hi Scritty, I’ve scrapped and added a bunch of web 2.0s, but when posting the success rate is very low. This is getting frustrating. I’ve set UD to post to 10 web 2.0 sites per day. And when 1/10 work it seems pointless. A few questions for you if you dont mind.

    1) Is there a way to remove (or even mass remove) the garbage sites that I havent been able to post to?

    2) How do i build a quality list, like you say in ur post, id rather have a list of 100 sites that work than 10000 that have a low success rate.


    1. 1/10 is very low. Did you buy UD through my site Akash? I have a decent WEB2 list that gets over 50 success over about 75=80 submits.
      Also – read the post I’m doing now ( It’s a work in progress today and will be finished some time tomorrow. The errors people make on sign up and submission can reduce a 55% success rate to a 5% success rate really easily. I’m adding some results and a sign up check list tomorrow to the post.

      With a decent list the success rate for platforms varies from 35% to 65%, It’s never going to be 100% becasue many of the sitres just aren’t interested in taking your subject matter no matter how well you write it. Some will have closed since they were tested – and that’s fine. But to lose submissions due to an invalid user name, a bad choice of “address”, a poorly formatted title, too little content, bad tags, failing proxies, the lack of a captcha solving service or running your submissions too quickly (or too slowly…some sites closeour account if you don’t submit content with 24 hours of sign campaigns over several days are not a good idea on new accounts)

      65% of this is already in the post above. The rest is being added tomorrow (with a vid I am doing which is a little on the long site so far..sorry :) )


  2. Looking forward to these new video and WEB2 sites for lining purposes. Thinking that with 100+ video sites to send our productions to we had better make sure they aren’t too big! 2 minutes of moderately low res will have to be the limit to get it all done.

  3. The acceptance rate into UD of your link packets is over 90%, and most of them allow sign up and submission of SEO content. Ultimate Demon is probably the best, easiest and most convenient way of making links and creating web traffic I’ve ever used. Nice one Mr Scritty

  4. Do you think the developers of the SEO linking tool will be addeing more platforms? I know there are lots already, but the more the better as far as I’m concerned.

  5. It’s possible to go into some of the accounts you make on web2 and article sites and add a full bio and stuff. It’s even possible to go in and make categories etc. I do this for the top 10 or 12 WPMU sites and some of the web2 sites that survive to have 8 or more written pieces on. Just right click on the profile in the project folder and it will give you the option to jumpp straight to the log in page where you can enter your user name and password. It’s working well for me at the moment.

  6. When do you think the linking siagram thing will be added. It’s one SEO linking feature I’m really looking forward to seeing.

  7. Scritty,

    Thanks. I’m really surprised to hear about you paying to use some of the Web 2.0′s – again, not something I hear anyone talking about. Do you find that the purchased sites get banned less often? I’m just wondering why you bother with that…

    I’ll definitely be looking forward to the case study to see how you pull all this off. I’m a total newb when it comes to these concepts, software, etc.
    so I’m sure it will help me out as I learn the ropes.

    1. They don’t get banned at all (though I have had a notice from Blogger a few times telling me to not put too many self serving links in) I only have about 20 sites myself. I gave up “micro site” stuff a few years back when Google kept 25% of a pay-check.

      The top 3 or 4 of my sites create 80% of my cash flow. So creating a 10 spoke link ring of real quality for each of those is not particularly hard.
      Only one or two of these spokes are “paid” – but I have Blogger sites with my own adverts on making me money, likewise and Tumblr. They more than pay for themselves. I outsource a lot of the content for these.

      Case Study part 2 goes live today or tomorrow (still on main site) analysing keywords for commerciality. With a free little utility to help you decide what terms are worth spending time and cash on to rank for.

  8. Thanks for the reply.

    If you don’t mind, perhaps you could consider about adding a section to your case study that covers your workflow processes, how you manage all your linkbuilding activities, etc. I’m not sure if you planned on covering it under “Defining your intermediate metrics and setting up measurement processes” but this is an area that I could see having real value.

    For most areas of my business, my processes are good but when it comes to UD/building these kinds of linking structures, I don’t have any. So, I’d rather borrow yours that invent my own from scratch. :)

    1. No problems – good idea about the work flow. It’s easy to get messed up here and start “scattergun” methods to get traffic. Best is to pick the one you are going to have the best skillset for and do that one completely first. Getting more website traffic from other methods than pure SEO is something that link building can help with, but there are a lot of other ways to get the job done.

  9. Just found your case study site by accident. See it’s up. Looking forward to finding out what niche your going for this week. SEO linking with Ultimate Demon only is going to be something to learn from I think

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