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best link services for a new website?

Discussion in 'Black Hat SEO' started by Nauthiz666, Mar 25, 2012.

  1. Nauthiz666

    Nauthiz666 Senior Member

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    What are the best link services to throw at a website, say 2-3 weeks old? For improving serps without overwhelming Google and getting slapped?
     
  2. poweronics

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    Its better to build links manually as panda 3.4 is up and alive.
     
  3. Leith

    Leith Jr. Executive VIP Jr. VIP Premium Member

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    Do diverse link building, and try to do them manually rather than with automated software. Manual work always seems to help better in my opinion.
     
  4. SuperLinks

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    That's not true at all. Its important to build links in a "natural" way, but
    it doesn't have to be manual by any means. Manual doesn't scale.

    Most link services WILL work, although I'd shy away from blog network
    postings for the time being. Its simply all about how you build your links.
     
  5. grav6

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    Manual means nothing if the content is trash. Whether you do manual or automatic, try to make things look as real as possible. Customise your web 2.0s, social media, etc, profiles so they seem real and add a few other posts, too. The customisation part might mean some manual intervention, but you can then send off a few articles automatically. Of course, you can always record macros that later do the customisations for you when you make more web 2.0s. Make sure your articles read well when spun (takes time, but it's worth it), {rather than|instead of} {just|only} {choosing|selecting} {each|every} {word|synonym} {in {your|your favourite} spinner's thesaurus|{your preferred|your} spinner has in its thesaurus}.
     
  6. Nauthiz666

    Nauthiz666 Senior Member

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    It seems like velocity is the only thing that matters with new sites. I was thinking maybe buying a web 2.0 service to start with, a decent one anyway. What do you guys think? I don't have lots of time to do manual stuff because I also have a full time job etc.
     
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    i would get your social shit sorted first.
     
  8. Nauthiz666

    Nauthiz666 Senior Member

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    So set up facebook / twitters for the page then start with lower velocity stuff like web 2.0s?
     
  9. talkmeow

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    social bookmarks have been working great for me