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blog network question

Discussion in 'Black Hat SEO' started by Bartman, Apr 10, 2011.

  1. Bartman

    Bartman Power Member

    Apr 24, 2010
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    I have recently joined a blog network. I am wondering what is the ideal length for my articles? they allow each article to be up to 600 words, and you can insert 1 link for every 200 words. so each article can have a maximum of 3 links.
    I was thinking the best way to use these blogs is to put as many links as possible (3). Right now what i am doing is inserting 3 different anchor texts for the same site.
    so for example

    www.mysite.com << "inspection services"
    www.mysite.com/sanfrancisco << "inspector san francisco"
    www.mysite.com/losangeles << "inspector los angeles"

    but I noticed that other people on these blogs have much shorter articles and they only insert one link. is there a reason why? should i start doing shorter articles and only inserting one link?

    someone in the other forum said:
    "I advice you to make short posts on many blogs , because of the ip diversity and domain diversity linking to you.
    I would prefer to have 100 links from different C class ips and domains , instead of 100 links from 40 domains , ips . "

    I agree with this, but since there is a limited number of blogs (maybe 1000?) once i use up all the blogs, I will have 1000 links if my articles have one link in them, vs. 3000 if my articles have 3 links in them.

    but I must be wrong, because everyone else on these blogs is inserting only one link. where in my logic am i wrong?