Wow, I think everybody missunderstood what I'm saying.
I'm not using PBNs, those are genuine blogs of other people who accept guest posts, only a few of them are link farms.
Those are the kind of sites I acquired backlinks for my number 1 site, and looking to acquire new backlinks from some of...
That's what I was suspecting.
Do you think using only 10% of those links will still be picked up as a footprint?
Like my earlier question, Do you think using only 10% of those links will still be picked up as a footprint?
I have Site N#1 that's doing good, it has multiple backlinks.
On the other hand, I have another Site N#2, for which I would like to add new backlinks.
My question is it ok to use the same backlinks that I used on my Site-1 and acquire them again for my Site-2 ???
I noticed that 70%-80% ratio are root domains, but there are some cases for specific links articles. I guess that's something that has to be agreed upon with the writers. Thank you for the advice :)
Wow, most of the times? Why is that? Any idea why? So I can avoid perhaps the same faith as...
Thank you so much for your in-depth answer. That's exactly what I was looking for to hear! Do they only link to homepages or can they also link to specific articles?
You make some good points. Thanks!
Can you please clarify on what you meant by not constant? Do you mean that the...
Hello BHW members :)
In the process of going through a backlinking campaign, I have a question about a couple of big DA sites.
I would like to know if the following sites offer "do-follow" backlinks or not?
Because, lately I was under the impression that...
Ouch, I am doing that with all the images of my sites. How can they be different, because I name the image by it's content/context, and the alt tag should also address the same.
So how would you go about it in my place?
I have a quick question, about a certain action that I've been doing with most of my articles.
With most of the images inside my article, their "alt tags" and "picture names" have the primary keyword of the article in them all.
Knowing this, will that hurt my article's SEO? and...
After reading your comments, since it is black hat, it is not worth the risk. I can always acquire better and more stable backlinks elsewhere.
As a result, I removed all the backlinks that were redirecting to my articles.
Thank you guys for your sound advice and for your guidance. Deeply...
Hi BH members :)
Recently, I started buying multiple domains that each one have a backlink from a big site.
Each of these domains are "misspelled" aka "typosquatting", and I redirect those domains to a some of my articles that I like to push in ranking.
So, my question is do these links have...
Your answer is on point. Thank you :)
The reason I'm trying to increase the "DA score" but not the influence is because some big sites from which I would like to get some backlinks they require that I have a big DA, that's why I want to use these sites to increase that...
I recently started acquiring some backlinks from Forbes, all though their backlinks are all "nofollow", and from similar sites like:
I was wondering if acquiring backlinks from these kinds of big authority sites to my homepage, will that rise the DA...
Well, it's kind of to late for that, it's been around 6 months that they've been linked under the same account. I can't go back now, can I ?
And if I were to create a new site in a different google search console account, would I need to use any of those shady sneaky tactitcs, like VPN...
I appreciate you sharing your own experience, it's good to hear that you have no manual penalties because of it.
@tiiberius What do you mean? How do you propose that I keep them seperate? You mean not link them between each other, or put them in different google search console accounts?
Hello Everyone :)
I currently have two affiliate sites connected under the same Google search console account.
I'm thinking about starting to back-link from my big "site #1" to "site #2".
If I do that, knowing that they are both under the same google account, will google see that as bad...