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Best Tier 2 Service

Discussion in 'Black Hat SEO' started by xha44a, Jan 13, 2014.

  1. xha44a

    xha44a Power Member

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    Hi,

    I've started rolling out my Web 2.0 network and filling it with content. I have a minimum of 5 posts on each web 2.0, and am looking to start backlinking these web 2.0 properties. So I'm hoping not to do this myself (I have more than enough to do with providing unique content for 100 web 2.0's...) and looking to offload it onto a provider from BHW. The criteria I'm looking for first of all - unlimited urls/keywords. Why? I have a bunch of properties that need linking. I can't afford to buy a package for each and every keyword and url in my Web 2.0 Tier 1 - so I'm trying to find services. Here's what I've come up with so far.

    If you guys have experience/recommendations regarding any of these services please share them.

    1) High PR Blog Comments - http://www.blackhatworld.com/blackh...ts-less-obl-unlimited-kw-diversification.html

    2) YAFBPS - http://www.blackhatworld.com/blackh...og-posts-18-huge-bulk-discounts-included.html

    3) Backlink Massacre - http://www.blackhatworld.com/blackh...-backlink-massacre-pay-peanuts-backlinks.html

    4) Up to 1k Web 2.0's - http://www.blackhatworld.com/blackh...-0-posts-huge-keyword-diversity-only-5-a.html

    5) Simple Solutions 5k web 2.0's - http://www.blackhatworld.com/blackh...-unlimited-urls-anchors-dripfeed-options.html

    So now that I've listed where I'm thinking of going with this I'm hoping some people with more experience then myself and who maybe have used these services can chime in with if they found them to help or not?

    Muchly appreciated.

    XH
     
  2. xha44a

    xha44a Power Member

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    mindlesswizard Supreme Member

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    I have never experienced getting any services from BHW so i cannot suggest you anything. But definitely, all the services listed in BHW do not give outstanding result ! so better go through reviews and ofcourse experience from buyers do make sense
     
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    Zevoltai Jr. VIP Jr. VIP Premium Member

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    you can get most tier 2 jobs done through senuke/GSA or by outsourcing to fiverr
     
  5. xha44a

    xha44a Power Member

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    Anyone who actually has experience with specific services for Tier 2 linking? I'd prefer to hear from someone who has tried something and it did or even didn't work... better than "try to outsource to fiverr"...

    Anyone?
     
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    Instead of asking people to post opinion why not read the reviews and decide yourself.

    -RK
     
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    not all works for everyone it varies from niche and keywords comp ;)
     
  8. IProvideSEO

    IProvideSEO Jr. VIP Jr. VIP

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    I would recommend testing each service on a select few of your Web 2.0s and analyze the results.

    Whichever service seems to work best than go with that one.
     
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  9. xha44a

    xha44a Power Member

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    I want to take a minute to thank this excellent gentleman here for being the first to give me something solid. A tidbit, but anything is tasty when you are starving :) So I've decided to take your advice. I'm going to divide my web 2.0 network up into 4 or 5 groups, give each a list of 100+ keywords and then use the different services. I will then test their ranking power on different pages on my site. SEO is tough in that it doesn't really allow for a double-blind type of test (two identical pages would be duplicate content...) but I can use it to see lifting power I think. I'm going to give it a go anyway.

    Thanks for the idea!

    XH
     
  10. Biznik

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    I actually have the same question as the OP. Everybody here talks about building web 2.0s, but when you ask what they use for tier 2, none of them know lol.

    I am currently testing a fiverr package with 1k t2 profiles and 10k t3 blog comments.

    I will also try the cheap blog networks you linked. I wil report back with results, if there are any.
     
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    Both 4 and 5 are good services, I use them quite often for spam ranking.
     
  12. lucasbraydon

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    Lucasbraydon, I am looking forward to seeing your review.

    I will post mine soon too.
     
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    Looks good. seeing the review
     
  15. Biznik

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    Delivering, as promised.

    When purchasing links for tier 2 and beyond, you want quantity, not quality. The idea of tier 1 is to filter out the crap from your tier 2 and send the good link juice to your site, so you will need to use high quality tier 1 links (blogger/wordpress, news sites, expired domains, 301s etc)

    If you're real paranoid, build a squeaky-clean tier 1, buy "tier 1" services like web 2.0s as tier 2, then start spamming the crap out of those. It's less effective, but probably safer.

    Any random crap from Fiverr/Seoclerks is great for powering up a single tier 1 link but it does get expensive if you have lots of tier 1s.

    Here are two pretty cheap services on BHW:
    http://www.blackhatworld.com/blackh...ices-starting-only-3-cheaper-than-fiverr.html
    http://www.blackhatworld.com/blackh...st-starting-2-cheaper-better-then-fiverr.html

    The public blog networks the OP suggested are useful too.

    Two other services I like are called "Tier Blaster" and "Fried Spam" (google them). They are great even for blasting your tier 2s, and they are very effective.

    Stay away from crap like "high PR blog comments" since you're only getting a few crappy links where you could be getting a thousand for the same price ;)
     
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  16. xha44a

    xha44a Power Member

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    Thanks Biznik for the suggestions.

    To try and keep this as objective as possible, rather than subjectively guessing which links are good, I've decided to do a small test.

    1) Divided my 100 web 2.0's into 4 groups of 25 blogs each
    2) Going to select 4 services from this list. One service for each group.
    3) Going to hit my web 2.0's with approximately 500-1000 links per group (20-40 links each)
    4) After a month I'm going to check out the results, as seen by indexation as well as PA.

    This test isn't going to be perfect. I think PA is pretty easy to game - I've seen sites with 30+ PA based on social bookmarks of all things, but you have to have some sort of metric to check by, right?

    Any ideas from anyone are welcome of course.

    XH
     
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    xha44a Power Member

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    So I guess the question is, is 20-40 links per Tier 1 property enough to test? Input anyone?
     
  18. Biznik

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    It should be enough. Let us know the results :)
     
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    2spoons Regular Member Premium Member

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    Great post Biznik, thanks! BTW, I googled fried spam and all I got was pictures of fried meat :D
     
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