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Blog Comments and Anchor Text Dilution

Discussion in 'Black Hat SEO' started by alexzeto, Oct 17, 2016.

  1. alexzeto

    alexzeto Registered Member

    Jun 11, 2014
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    Hello Everyone, I have a question, would you use blog comment do-follow to dilute the anchor text percentage ? for example, I've used one of my PBN's to send a perfect match anchor text to a page in a brand new website not even 2 months old, withing 2 weeks I got to the second page, the only way to jump to the first page is if I send another link with the LTK as the anchor text, before doing that I need to make sure that my anchor text percentage is below 10%, would you use 10/15 do follow blogs to dilute the anchor text percentage in this page ?

    I have the RankerX lifetime access, GSA, Scrapebox, GSA captcha, etc... But the web2.0s are taking a log time to index, why not just use indexed do-follow blogs to do the same work ?

    PS: I know SEO is all about testing, I just want to know if someone already tried that or perhaps if someone has an advice, I have a PBN of 28 websites, I just want to learn to diluate the anchor text percentage wihtout using my pbn's or web2.0s.

    This website is a non-english wesite, sorry for any english mistake, this is not my main language, thank you guys!
  2. PHPInjected

    PHPInjected Elite Member

    Apr 25, 2014
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    Short answer would be yes. Spread your anchor text out so that you don't have a large percentage of the same anchor text. Also include some no-follows in there for some diversity.
  3. patriotnews

    patriotnews Senior Member

    Oct 25, 2015
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    under there
    I would also fire some GSA 50/50 do/no-follow links at your web 2.0s to push index them.
    For my authority site project, I do10-20 dof0llow blog comments on niche relevant pages, mixing raw and brand when I post it. Then a few days to a week later I build links mixing naked, brand, and LSI keywords. Then I pushy exact match anchors at it, so it is diluted beforehand.