Discussion in 'Black Hat SEO' started by guitarist, Mar 24, 2012.
fyi, as we know, blog network is over now, but what kind network still work? And why? thank you.
your own personal blog network.
why? the theory is different? they are blog also...thank you for your detail in advance
Save yourself the trouble, people are getting annoyed of these threads:
FYI, blog networks are not dead/over! They still work and they will always work!
What is the OP talking about?
Blog networks are not dead. Client of mine moved to #1 today using about 75% blog networks.
I got several blogs got de indexed on ALN but M still adding more and submitting articles for my money sites. Its just working fine networks doesn't dead just google had update their algorithm about content, junk content wont work Now without any doubt but good quality content is working fine on any network.
Blog networks are totally, totally not over. Zero link diversity IS over.
Private blog networks with link diversity, multiple tiers, drip feeds that don't risk their properties by listing reports all still work fine
The public blog networks are shit for two main reasons:
1. They have some terrible quality shit on them, with stupid interlinking structures that make them really easy to identify.
2. Google hang out on places like this, you think Google can't afford to buy subs to the public networks and then use that info to nuke them? Of course they can (and do).
Private networks that have been set up well are probably still the most powerful SEO tool you could possibly have in your arsenal.
No no no
stop making these fucking topics.
Create your own network or become a part of a private network that consists of maybe 2-5 people you can 100% trust. I would be more inclined to go with building your own network though....
we cooperated with a SEO company and use blog network, all of our keywords were in page one, but after panda 3.3, dispeared suddenly, why why why? the company said blog network is dead........
Who knows without knowing what network the company in question used and how they treated it.
If you are some companies IT guy who doesn't know anything about SEO and are just coming here to find out why your companies site is all fucked up after some $400 a month SEO 'company' got your site blacklisted after submitting backlinks to public blog networks, well sorry you got shafted.
Properly run private blog networks are not cheap to run or maintain. The SEO company you worked with could have done any number of stupid things that resulted in fucking your site over, can't tell you specifically what they did without significantly more details.
Basically higher end networks that have a small following and are
highly exclusive. Ones that know what they are doing and don't
leave huge footprints out there. These don't come cheap but they
are still EXTREMELY effective.
Or spend a shit-ton of money and build one yourself, but again, you
need to know what you are doing and how to do it.
IMO self owned blog networks are all vulnerable to deindexing no matter hard you try to hide everything.
Blog networks are working just fine as a part of your overall strategy. Watch out for link diversity, anchor text diversity and link velocity. As usual, you should make sure your on-page and content is spot-on as well.
Choose them correctly and use them correctly and they are more than alive!!
Surround yourself with people who are good in SEO and know about footprints and making the sites look passable in manual checks. Build a network together and make sure everybody knows what they are doing. Earn from the good SERPS you are getting and not for selling links. Although, this still won't ensure that the sites will never be found out. It just seems more safe and effective long-term this way.
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