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Too much nofollow backlinks is bad for site' rank?

Discussion in 'Black Hat SEO' started by rsperider, Jul 22, 2013.

  1. rsperider

    rsperider Newbie

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    I have a site.I make backlinks with XRUMER last week,.Today I sign in ahrefs.com to check the backlinks, and found that I made ​​thousands of backlinks, but in fact NOFOLLOW has about 80%,and do follow only 20%
    I know too much nofollow is not good to rank.
    But i don't know how to avoid the nofollow backlinks?
    Can anyone tell me how should do?
    Thank you very much!
     
  2. the_demon

    the_demon Jr. Executive VIP

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    To begin with you shouldn't have Xrumer blasted your site directly. Secondly, yes, you want more d0follow than nofollow.

    In short, you probably just wrecked your site. You may need to buy a new domain now.
     
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  3. lietuvis002

    lietuvis002 BANNED BANNED

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    So you need to put some tier 2 to tier 1 ( web 2.0, guest posting, vids, social bookmarks )... what is a good do follow %? and how many tier 2 to create?
     
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  4. blackhatboss9

    blackhatboss9 Registered Member

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    Yeah, Chances are that your site will be penalized to death. Ofcourse do follow percentage should be higher than nofollow. Always check the links before pointing them to your money site.
     
  5. Nexusx2

    Nexusx2 Regular Member

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    Keep a log of all your backlinks in a text file and if your site does get penalized just upload the list to google webmaster disavow and you will be off the hook.
     
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    *Hawke* Junior Member Premium Member

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    This is a good methods , and when you do it , the rank maybe can higher.
     
  7. rsperider

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    My money site hasn't be penalized by google.and i found Some keywords have been ranked up.
    I think you are right.If I continue use xrumer blasted my site directly,it will be penalized quckliy.
     
  8. JustUs

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    I think some people need to think. Many sites are now moving to nofollow in an attempt to limit spam. In the future people may find that nofollow is the rule.

    What nofollow does is not pass page rank. It is still a link. Currently you should try for a balance between follow and nofollow, but an imbalance of no follow will not hurt you whereas pure follow links can harm you.

    You should not trust Ahref for your links. For Google, the only links that count are the links in the Webmaster Tools. GWT and Ahrefs serve different purposes, and G crawls more sites than Ahrefs.
     
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  9. Gogol

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    LOL you anti-seo'd your site instead of building links.
     
  10. Pvlman

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    And on what premise do you base this...?

    If common people want to share something interesting they go on forums, blogs or some bookmark/sharing sites and leave a post. Most of the blog comments and many forum posts and bookmarks are automatically treated with a no-follow attribute... Not everybody has his own blog/site and mentions something in the text as a do-follow link.

    Don't worry OP, dilute it down with some do-follow links to 60/40 and you're fine... just mind the link velocity and don't raise any red flags.
     
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  11. rsperider

    rsperider Newbie

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    thanks,guy
    but I still found that my site is about 100 page in google, do you have any good ideas that it can rank better?
     
  12. gregevskye

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    Xumer blast is not working now a day you should only try to at least 90% do folllow links and 10% nofollow links but ratio of 80% and 20% is very bad and it will penalize your website.
     
  13. KRISHNAAHIR

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    As said earlier most probably you have doomed your website with loads of nofollow backlinks. So you should actually go ahead and purchase a new domain, however in case if you do have a file of the good backlinks, then you can send it to google webmasters and they should be able to get rid effects for your page rank.
     
  14. Pvlman

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    Dude, why are saying this? Have you had a site that was penalized for just having no-follow links? Becuase I have had site that were ranked #1-3 using just no-follow links.

    You can get penalized for having too much no-follow links, but it won't be because the links ARE no-follow, but because of spammy source, unnatural link velocity, keyword stuffing etc.
     
  15. seocrab

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    do-follow or nofollow, mass forum link spamming is not good. I only like to see a high percentage of nofollow links when it's on social shares. Since you've already started, there's no harm in carrying on blasting and seeing what happens - report your results here for everyone to learn from.

    In the meantime, start a new domain and build quality links, then blast your Tier 2.
     
  16. W9go

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    no follow is no problem .... its crap to have a cretain percentage. why this should be natural.

    but boosting your page with xrumer is risky ...very risky
     
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  17. Trepanated

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    You seem to be posting in a number of threads and copying almost exactly what other people have said. You did the same with one of my comments and it was a virtual cut and paste of what I had said.

     
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    I'm now going to get a t-shirt made with rel="nofollow" on the front and rel="noproblem" on the back - ta for the idea!
     
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    cheers
     
  20. Buzkin

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    You can disallow bad links and buy new good links