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Backlinking for a site thats 5-6 Months Old

Discussion in 'Black Hat SEO' started by BlueOrchard, Feb 23, 2012.

  1. BlueOrchard

    BlueOrchard Regular Member

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    Hello blackhatworld!

    I am the guy who used to make $0.25 a day and wrote a post about it lol. Now I make $10-15 a day on weekdays and $25 on weekends. :p

    Anyways, I was wondering what kind of backlinking I could do in order to get more traffic and whatnot. Currently, I did some light High PR backlinking (like 3 High PR backlinks, and 5 .EDU backlinks) and quite a few nofollow backlinks.

    What kind of backlinking should I do (or order) to get my site higher in the SERPS? Thanks :)

    EDIT: And also, I'd like to be as whitehat as possible. I can't risk it just yet :p
     
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  2. Porsche

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    Join forums or blogs relevant to your niche, do some organic blog commenting or join in some topics in those forums. Though most backlinks will be no-follow but if your comments or the stuff you are saying adds values to that post, you might attract people to your site.

    Regarding how to get site higher in serps, build high pr organic backlinks.

    Cheers!
     
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  3. sixalarm

    sixalarm Regular Member

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    There are plenty of ways of going about doing this. Just depends on your competition and resources. Creating some web 2.0's as a high quality first tier is one of the first things I always do. Bookmarking is also good. How many pages does your site have currently?
     
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  4. BlueOrchard

    BlueOrchard Regular Member

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    I have about 120+ pages. Hmm... What could I do for web 2.0's? Also, I'm kind of weary of link pyramids cause I've heard stories about them.
     
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    Our sites are of similar size. Lol building that many web 2.0's is completely annoying, but if you do it right then you only have to do it once. I am still working on them, but I am pretty neurotic and perfectionist when it comes to my backlinks that link directly to my money site.

    There is nothing wrong with link pyramids. You just need to make sure that you take the time to set everything up correctly. For example, a lot of people have problems with senuke hurting their sites, but I suspect the problem was more or less that they took automated software to mean software for lazy people. If someone just sets up a campaign and just uses the auto-generated and spun junk that senuke creates then I wouldn't be surprised if they have a lot of problems. On the other hand, if they write a decent article and manually spin it and use their brain when scheduling and organizing their campaign, then I think a lot of those problems go away. The same can be said for almost any tool that us blackhatters are so fond of.

    Since your site is pretty large, you could do a social bookmarking campaign and spread it across all your pages. That way each one would get 10-20 bookmarks which would look a lot more natural than one page suddenly getting 10^30 bookmarks or blog comments in 24 hours lol. For web 2.0's I just start by targeting my primary keywords and then targeting keywords that would be the easiest to rank for. That way, I get a bump in traffic quickly, while I am laying the foundation for my primary keywords.

    When you have a site with some age and a lot of content there are so many ways to go about link building that it isnt even funny. Scout out your competition and see what they are doing. Steal what links you can and add links from as many additional sources as you can. Quantity, quality and diversity are the keys to this game. Sorry if I am rambling, I have been awake for tooooooo long lol :)
     
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    Relevant blog commenting (mix of do-follow and no-follow blogs) is great. Apart from that, keep adding/updating your content too.