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Building A Repeatable BackLink Profile

Discussion in 'Black Hat SEO' started by dannym2, Feb 19, 2013.

  1. dannym2

    dannym2 Registered Member

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    Ok, so I've been slowly getting deeper and deeper into SEO over the last few months and building my own sites. Manually, although it can be a bit hit and miss, I've found that I can rank a micro-niche site for a keyword with the right level of competition, with no more than 30 well-placed backlinks.

    Let's say I find a good collection of low-spam, content-relevant, sites that I can quickly manually create back-links from, and use that same collection to rank all my sites in a particular niche is that going to put up a red flag for Google? I.e. I have 100 sites all hosted on the same server all with very similar link profiles?

    If it does is there a way of getting round this?

    Hope that makes sense and I'd be really grateful for any feedback.

    Cheers,
    Dan.
     
  2. Briansstocks

    Briansstocks Registered Member

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    It does seem that making things as random as you can would work out in the long run better for you in todays google.
     
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  3. BHopkins

    BHopkins Moderator Staff Member Moderator Jr. VIP

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    If your sites are profitable, you should move them to their own hosting. Having hundreds of sites on the same server is old-school and Google has penalized sites for doing that recently.
     
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  4. dannym2

    dannym2 Registered Member

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    Thanks BHopkins and Brianstocks,

    This is probably a bit of an obvious question, but why would google see fit to penalize a load of sites in the same niche on the same server? Would the reason be that they all have similar backlink profiles?

    Surely there must be a way of getting round it.
     
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    BHopkins Moderator Staff Member Moderator Jr. VIP

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    I don't know dannym2 but I have about 25 sites in the same niche on the same server. They all have unique content, between 2-15 pages, all but one got deindexed. They had no advertising or monetization, didn't even have any links built to them yet.
     
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    Damn, I know in my heart that's the wise way to go, but it'd be so nice having a super-server hosting all your sites that can support anything you throw at it.

    So what do you recommend...
    Niche-related domains: 5 per server?
    Non-realted domains: 10 per server?
     
  7. Briansstocks

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    If you are not doing Blackhat or short term goals, it just seems like a loosing battle to me to fight google if you are going to depend on them. Obviously if you are going to get most of your traffic from other sources, it would be much less important to please google. If your goal is SEO it just seems easier to me to not fight google, they always seem to win eventualy,.