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Any reason I wouldn't use an "authority" link as a T1?

Discussion in 'Black Hat SEO' started by ThopHayt, Mar 14, 2015.

  1. ThopHayt

    ThopHayt Jr. VIP Jr. VIP Premium Member

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    I've been buying authority links, cheap Medium.com type stuff. Any reason I wouldn't use then as the T1 and blast them with cheapo public PBN links in mass? Anybody done this specifically? DO they pass link juice well or do they waste a ton as I somewhat suspect?
     
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    These links are crap i rather get 5 good quality web 2.0's then wasting my money on these so called authority links
     
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    Im not sure but I dont see why one would pass more link juice than the other.

    At the end of the day it will be a article with your link.
     
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  4. ThopHayt

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    Well my hope was that their sheer authority over a web2.0 would make them easier to spam but perhaps that isn't the case. I was thinking G may treat links to a well trusted site different than a web2 which everybody spams.
     
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    If do follow then they would pass link juice as any other link

    But Medium.com is no follow, so I do not think it would pass any link juice
     
  6. ThopHayt

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    That part is true. And many such sites are also no follow. Good point.
     
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    You are correct, a high authority web 2.0 can take more spam and the same goes for a link on ANY authority website. This effect is not just limited to web 2.0s but any domain with authority.

    Yeah make sure all your links you do tier linking on are do follow. Yes its good to have nofollow mixed in but don't waste time tier linking them.
     
  8. redmarauder

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    If you use it for churn and burn, you can do whatever you like as long as it passes the juice. For client sites or money sites you really care about, you better build your own PBN.