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Automating Tier 1?

Discussion in 'Black Hat SEO' started by tzbt827, Feb 7, 2014.

  1. tzbt827

    tzbt827 Regular Member

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    I was wondering if there is any software which can automate Tier 1 link building? I have heard that it can be done but I don't know what software you'd have to use.

    Please post your thoughts.
     
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    aakon7 Regular Member

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    Yes, there is a lot of software and services out there the first question would be what does your tier 1 look like and then finding the software/service to match it.
     
  3. tzbt827

    tzbt827 Regular Member

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    I was thinking of Web 2.0's.
     
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    There's no doubt that it can be done, but the question is should you automate T1...and we know the answer to this one if you're planning on any long term project. Personally to achieve the quality that I'm comfortable with, I would have to spend more time setting up the campaign for automation of T1 than it'd take me to just manually do it TBH. You don't need the quantity on T1 (and let's face it, automation is only worthwhile if you're trying to do big quantities) if you've got the quality. It seems like people often go to automation to save time, but I've found to do it properly it actually takes a good deal of time to "automate" things with tools - if you are just going to build shit quality links directly to your money site you might as well just buy a damn Fiverr gig IMO...or better yet just let your domain expire...

    Of course there'll be disagreement on the topic, and we all have our own approach, but I suggest only automating outer tiers (and personally I'd just outsource that), and leave your T1 manual/natural/high quality.
     
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  5. tzbt827

    tzbt827 Regular Member

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    Thanks for this!:)

    Would you recommend any guides to manually building my T1?
     
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    GuitarMan Registered Member

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    I'd have to agree with ProSEO Show. I always do Tier 1s manual. I even do Tier 2 manually because I treat all my Tier 1s like money sites. They're mostly Web 2.0 networks. Tier 3+ automated.
     
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    Yessir I'll just give you a brief description of what I typically do..

    Get a nice list of Web 2.0's which have high authority domains, get a nice list of variations of your KW's and LSI's, manually write articles of 600+ words (or re-write articles from other sites so they're 100% unique) and then link back to your money site in varying ways - this means via images, in different locations like footers, sidebars, contextually - vary the structure of the URL frequently to appear more natural (http:// or no http:// or www. or no www. or trailing / at the end, or no trailing / at the end), vary the anchor text frequently and rather than using the exact keywords you can do things like put the keywords in the text close to the link, but not as the actual anchor text for some of your links...things like this are the only way to keep from creating obvious footprints.

    Use different email accounts and different usernames for your web 2.0's, or at least make sure any public profile doesn't associate all your web 2.0's together by having the same personal info, contact info, etc. (check privacy settings for the various accounts you create).

    Also don't build them all at the same time / same day - space it out... because time stamps could be another trail.

    Make sure to use a lot of DIFFERENT 2.0's and other platforms besides web 2.0's to give a nice mix / diversity in your profile.

    Don't interlink these tier 1's - and if you do, make sure you're discrete about that, applying the same principles described above to make it not obvious and more naturally appearing.

    Don't limit yourself to just these steps, there are hundreds of ways to hide your footprint while still building nice quality links. Above everything, don't use the same seed article for every T1 link, even if you're manually re-writing them they will eventually show similarity between varying articles. It's no secret that duplicate content is bad practice these days, and if you're getting away with it now I wouldn't count on it in the long term.
     
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  8. tzbt827

    tzbt827 Regular Member

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    Thanks! I will definitely refer to this when building my T1 links :)
     
  9. screw123

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    Don't fprget about diversify your tier1. Just web2.0s is not a good idea.
     
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    You can do automate Tier1 building and the benefits of that are that

    - You can keep the work permanent with limiting daily/weekly submissions (it`s annoying for long term projects and large amount of publications)
    - You can just modify the settings and forget to count yourself how much branded anchors to put, how much naked, how much LSI.. it`s a math and will be hard work to do manually
    - IP of the publisher will rotate automaticaly
    - the new Tier1s will be added immediately for TieringUp
    - You should add a bit source diversity using not only web2, but well filtered bookmarks, social networks, article directories.

    Of course, You`ll EVER need unique, human written, never used before articles for that. Will be possible to cut a bit the content budget using WordAI spin for let use them few times, however once is just perfect.
     
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    I've given this some extensive thought and I *think* that it is possible to do it, and to do it well. But it also won't be cheap. My understanding is that you want your Tier 1 links to be able to pass a manual review. This means the content is unique and makes sense, and that your Web 2.0 network isn't a bunch of duplicates. Here's how I am setting this up. Please keep in mind that the idea behind this is to get *quality* tier 1's, so it's not necessarily going to be cheap. This is just my idea. I haven't linked these Tier 1's to my website yet so I'm not sure how well it will work.

    1) Get a whole bunch of Web 2.0's. I've used Pogiboys which you can find here on BHW
    2) Get Rankwyz of FCSNetworker - also here on BHW. Here's Rankwyz...
    3) Content - this is where things get tricky in my opinion. The first thing is I think Google and any IM'r can see RIGHT THRU a 3 post blog. So I would bump it up a notch. I'm creating blog with 10+ posts each. BEFORE I drop a link. This is taking some time and money. Here's my plan.

    Get some UAW articles. They are articles for unique article wizard (some software). Essentially what they are is articles with 3 paragraph rewrites. I get 500 word articles done for $10. So essentially 3 500 word articles which you can mix and match the paragraphs on. After that I submit them to a service here on BHW for manual spinning of sentences, phrase and word. Don't remember the cost on it. Think it was something like $15/per... which x 3 articles is $45. Then add the $10 for the original articles. All in all it's over $50/article. However you have an article that can be used multiple times on your Tier 1's. I'm running these for 50 to 100 uses each which works out to under $1 per 500 word post. I am happy with that. And it reads well and copyscape returns nothing. That's the content.

    Then when I'm posting to the blogs, I don't post them in the same order. Also, I don't post them to every blog. I post them to 30-50% of the blogs. My reasoning behind this is that if I have 8 spun articles on 1 blog, and I have another blog with the same *general* articles in the same order, it's super easy to identify what is happening. However if your blogs have say 1 or 2 articles similar out of 7, but at dates months apart as well as in different orders, I think you would get a little more benefit of the doubt in a manual review. So now load up rankwyz and make sure the posts are getting dripped out. Do this until you build up your blogs to a good amount of posts and view them to make sure they look legit. All of mine look and read decently.

    When I am going to be laying down my posts with links to the money site I am NOT going to use spun content. It is going to be unique and informative. Found nowhere else on the web. Which just happens to link to my money site :)

    Also throughout this process I will be adding links in a few of the posts to different sites related to my topic. I don't want my link to be the ONLY one on the site. That would be obvious. Linking to related/similar sites seems a great way to throw off what would otherwise be the obvious intent of this linking scheme.

    Good luck

    XH
     
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