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Building Backlinks - Directly to Site or Through Other Backlinks?

Discussion in 'Black Hat SEO' started by tryingbp, Dec 28, 2011.

  1. tryingbp

    tryingbp Registered Member

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    Hello all,

    I'm using a service on here that basically is an automated system of building backlinks from blog comments and profile creations.

    When setting up the project, it requests keywords and URLs.

    As was recommended, the URLs I have put in are a range of high-PR backlinks that already link directly to the domains I am targeting. I used several other different services on BHW to set these up.

    When it comes to choosing the keywords when making the project - should I target the same keywords that I've already made on each of those current backlinks that have the links as the keyword text?

    If I am simply building blog comments and profiles that link to those Tier 1/2/3 backlinks, I don't understand why the keywords need to be the same that I'm targeting. I would think that if the blog comments and profiles are using the same keywords I want to target - but they are pointing to the Tier 1/2/3 sites that already link to my site, that I would simply be telling Google that those Tier 1/2/3 sites should rank for those keywords.

    Hope I haven't confused anyone - but if the service is meant to provide 'link juice' to those Tier 1/2/3 sites that have contextual backlinks to my domains already, what would setting the keywords on those blog comments and profiles matter? If I just made the keywords "widgets", "testing", and other things like that (which I'm not targeting), would there be any difference in the results obtained?

    Appreciate any replies.
     
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  2. Initial Effort

    Initial Effort Jr. VIP Jr. VIP Premium Member

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    I would build them to your Tier 1 link properties that might include web 2.0 properties, social bookmarks or articles. The biggest reason is to avoid anti-link velocity.
     
  3. Getwhatchuwant

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    I would suggest a variety of anchors to include the common "click here" "this site" as well as your actual website name. I did a test on a small scale and found that kw's I did not target showed positive movement despite using different anchor words. As long as the site you are linking to is optimized for your targetted terms I think the se's are smart enough to decide what your page is really about. As an example I targetted "blue skunks" for a page about "green badgers" after running my backlinks the site did nothing for the term "blue skunks" but moved several spots for "green badgers". Btw the way the links were built a small amount pointed to the money site the rest pointed to the 1st tier.
     
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  4. tryingbp

    tryingbp Registered Member

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    Appreciate the replies.

    Would you consider it safe linking to profiles that have been built on high-PR sites? Also I had some links placed in some Yahoo groups - and also have backlinks being built that link to these Yahoo groups.

    I would think that backlinks should be built to sites that have the highest-PR. I have 24,000+ links that go to my site - but the service is narrowed down to backlinking the sites that have a PR of between 5 and 9 - and skipping the rest.