Discussion in 'Black Hat SEO' started by zee007, Jul 2, 2013.
Is there any benefit of getting links from a de-indexed site?
Maybe a negative benefit. Google will consider it as a spam link.
But for Bing and Yahoo you'll have the juice.
Yes, good for Bing and Yahoo as they don't care about google's point of view.
This is my personal experience so take this with pinch of salt but I think if you already have a link from a site that indexed and then it gets de-indexed that will yield a negative effect. I'm not sure if getting a link from the page after it's deindexed will get you a negative effect but it's certainly possible.
Depends on how links are growing. Example:
you had 1.5K backlinks, 1K of them - from your blog network. All blogs get banned - your postition will go down.
but if de-indexed links not more 10-20% it's no problem
yes we can get benefit if we redirect / point to our competitor
the main problem of those de-indexed sites will be difficult to find these sites
Nope not at all.
This is obvious i guess. Why it would be beneficial for your site if the links are coming from those domains which doesnt even exist in G.
Think yourself, For ex- You are buying high pr links from someone and all of his blogs are deindexed. Would you still buy his service?
Buy deinxed domains with huge domain authority from godaddy for $20 and rank for hard keywords in bing.
I'm sure someone will be doing this and banking. But Bing/Yahoo can be so unpredictable at times.
Redirect the deindexed sites at your competitors. Profit.
If it's deindexed, then that website would be hard to find. I guess it won't hold any benefit.
They're actually not that hard to find: They will still be ranked in Bing & Yahoo. If they're listed there and you can't find them indexed in Google - bingo. I think time-consuming is a better description, although I'm sure you can come up with a way to automate this with available tools.
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