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1,000 backlinks a week, good?

Discussion in 'White Hat SEO' started by Jakerxxx, Sep 11, 2010.

  1. Jakerxxx

    Jakerxxx Junior Member

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    I go to college full-time so it's difficult to find time to build backlinks. I know I can set-up my laptop in the library on Monday's and Wedesdays for a couple hours in between my last day class and before my night class and probably build a good amount of backlinks then. Other than those two days, I am stacked up with other school work, day job, etc..

    The good thing, Is I have a list of 500 quality links to hit. I was thinking I would do 500 backlinks monday, and then another 500 backlinks on the same URL wedesdays but for a different articles.

    I update my site every morning(Mon-Fri). If I continue to update my site frequently, continue to build 1,000 backlinks a week, continue to submit my articles to Ezine once a week, how long until I start seeing some serious traffic to my site?

    As always, any answer is greatly appreciated. Thank you.
     
  2. S7apster

    S7apster Junior Member

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    If you can keep that up, it's great. If your site is brand new, though, you might want to start off a little slower. It doesn't really matter that you're only working on two days a week since it takes G a few days to find and index those links so it appears pretty steady in the end.

    Good luck.
     
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  3. pirondi

    pirondi Power Member

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    Yes it is good,the more links more juice.

    For me the time to your site react to the links is 3-10 days,but is logical that if your competition is harder you will not move,but 3-10 days is the time to google reavalue your site and decide if you will move up or not.

    So do a link building campaing wait 10 days,if you not moved up,do again,if not moved try to improve your backlinks,to find another sources...
     
  4. CyrusVirus

    CyrusVirus BANNED BANNED Premium Member

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    what they said, you may want to go a bit slower and not get your site into the ghostly sandbox, then again, if you want to go big, then go big.
    turn it into 500 a week. or if you keep up on the 1k make sure you don't ping your backlinks. that way they show up slowly and naturally
     
  5. goredbull

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    Google takes time to index all those back links,if you have an old site then you should not worry about sand boxing by google.
     
  6. pirondi

    pirondi Power Member

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    In my experience there is no sandbox for making links.

    If this exist,so spam 10000 to your competitor.

    I already maded 10k links in 2 3 days for 3 sites,just to test this,they all went to google dance but backed with better positions.

    If Link frequency matters so i will screw up all the frequency of my competitors.
     
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  7. CyrusVirus

    CyrusVirus BANNED BANNED Premium Member

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    currently i have a thread going (not to thread jack) that is for the backlinking your way out of the sandbox, and a few people here have been backlinking alot and are going to report back and tell us if its a real thing or not.
    i don't believe it is.
    but, only time and a test can tell, currently craxyflx did 50k i believe and still no dance but who's to say,
     
  8. sfidirectory

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    I have heard that if you get such a large amount of backlinks to a site in such a short amount of time, Google will put you in their "Sandbox". Also doing this for a newish site could be bad. I have seen this on the net in several places, and I am not sure if this is word-for-word correct. Anyone feel free to add to this or correct me.
     
  9. croangler

    croangler Registered Member

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    i would do much less than that if your site is new.
     
  10. volund

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    1k backlinks a week is not a problem. If it was me and 1k was all I had time for then I might start with a lower number and work up to the 1k so that it looks like your number of backlinks is increasing each week.

    Also if you only have 500 sites that you are going to build link to your site from you are going to see a diminishing return from your efforts. The more links you get from a site then less the additional ones are going to be worth.

     
  11. volund

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    It is not the number of links that is really the problem. It is the pattern of the links. You can build 10k links a day on a new site if you want but you have to keep it up. Most all of the horror stories you see about people getting "sandboxed" really have nothing to do with a penalty and everything to do with failing to account properly for how Google's algorithm really works.

    What happens is they drop a large amount of links and then stop. It is this pattern that kills their site not the number of links. Pick a number any number and then steadily increase that number as time goes by and your rankings will go up. Build a large number of links and then stop and you site will disappear from the rankings. Now there may well be some jumping around, especially for a newer site with no existing base of links but just ignore that and keep building and the rankings will come.

    The other thing to take into account is that Google tends to rank newer sites higher at first while they figure out where they belong. This is especially true in low to moderate competition niches. So the scenario goes like this.

    Guy puts up a site and then finds out a couple days later he is on the second page for his keyword. Thinks to himself that if my site is already on the second page some links should put me on the first page no problem so he builds a bunch of links and his site drops off the charts. Comes to a forum and whines that building too many links sandboxed his site.

    Only thing is that is not what happened, the links had nothing to do with it. His site would have dropped whether or not he built any links or not. First off any ranking you see on a new site is smoke. Does not really mean anything at all. I personally do not even check the rankings on my sites until they are about 3 months old. I have a link building plan that I follow for all new sites already in place so there is no need to obsess over those daily fluctuations that really do not mean anything anyway. After that I assess the site and see what I need to target.

    For new sites just build links in a steady manor increasing the number of links as you go. Build as many as you can keep doing so that the pattern is an increasing number not a huge influx than nothing. Ignore the daily/weekly ranking fluctuations for the first two or three months and just build.
     
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    I agreed with your post mate, If the site is new, You must go slow for sure. . If you go faster, Google bots will find suspicious. Build some nofollow as well IMO, It will also help. . Thanks
     
  13. Codythebest

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    Bad. Go 100-150 month for security.
    I personally know for a fact that 1400/week make it de-indexed...
     
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    So if I build 1399 I am ok? How old does a site have to be before the level increases to 1500? Does it go up every day? week? month? Your so called fact is a bunch or crap.....If that was the case we could all go around dropping an xrumer blast on our competition and get rid of them.

    Seriously there is no magic number that will get you deindexed. I have dropped 10k links at a time on a week old site more than a few times and not one time have I had a site deindexed. Google is not going to drop the hammer like that on a site based on something that is out of the site owners control.
     
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    Agreed. It's not magic number. When Aaron, mod at DP, was doing his blog, we were talking about thousands of links for a new site/project he tested. He did a 1400 link submission in one time and got his site de-indexed. He had it well located in big G but ruined it by the submission. He was not sure 100% that was because of the submission but after talking with other site owners that made thousands of backlinks in one time, they were out as well...
    How many do you need to be de-indexed, I don't know. In his case, 1400 made it, but it can be less though, you're right...
    Now if you did 10K link and nothing happened, I guess it might be something else, but we had a pattern for several new project and it did it everytime...
     
  16. ohioman

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    and when we can stop or decrease creating the amount of backlinks?
     
  17. drcgifts

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    I like to be extremely careful with a new site maybe 10-20 links per day until Google indexes it. Keep in mind that your first step should be building a well search engine optimized site that Google will want to index. This can be achieved with unique content that has a keyword density of about 1 - 3%. If you don't start with this you maybe backlinking forever with little or no success. Once your site is indexed you will have a feel for how much backlinking is needed to move up in the ranks without over doing it. Do your homework and you will see some sites with a couple hundred backlinks outranking sites with thousands of backlinks. Remember that "content is king" and you'll be successful.
     
  18. AJMorgans

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    I don't know if it can hurt you or help you improve rankings. Sure the higher the link number the better, but I think you might be pushing a bit too fast if you haven't started building from easier numbers. If it's a brand new domain your sending 1K backlinks a week, then you would get noticed real quick...
     
  19. black code

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    You talked about how much you build per week, but is those links from a good websites and not a spam comments? are they looks natural for SEs? quantity are good but quality are great!
     
  20. ADHD-Dude

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    I am creating around 2k-3k a day they get indexed slow but I am going crazy becasue of this, the site is on the 5th page (my sandbox), in the beginning of the last month was on page 24 so it is a big improvement but I want page 1 now to make some cash.