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Building links from English site to different language sites

Discussion in 'White Hat SEO' started by karlissens, Feb 11, 2015.

  1. karlissens

    karlissens Junior Member

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    Hello Blackhatters,

    Umm I'm having a hard time figuring out one thing. I'm building a tiered link structure that would look like something shown below. Will the tire 1 sites are built manually. Tire two are built with UD and GSA SER. Will it be a problem that tire 2 will be english sites?

    Money site(non - English site) <--- Tire 1 built manually (Non - English sites) <---Tire 2 built with tools (English sites)

    Will the tire 2 pass any juice to tire 1 since it is not the same language?
     
  2. watsonovedades

    watsonovedades Senior Member

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    This is totally ok on my opinion
    i do this as well and never had issues
    i manage spanish sites
    make sure tho, you write quality and unique content on your site and layer 1
    layer 2 is just a backup, Google "thinks" you dont have control over this
    but they surelly help
     
  3. karlissens

    karlissens Junior Member

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    What about tire 1, the content will be unique and in the local language. But about the domain, if I buy an expired domain with a .com extension will it give any SEO value. (Assuming that the domain has already PR and Bl)?


     
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    No problem for me, tier 1 can be a mix of target language and english language, for the tier 2 it can be only in english (from my fr experiences). For your expired domain, yes it can be good, especially if the backlinks are not spam and related to your niche!
     
  5. aldis

    aldis Jr. VIP Jr. VIP Premium Member

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    That's totally fine and you shouldn't worry about the different language for your lower tier links.

    We ourselves have been doing something very similar with our international clients, and so far we've received nothing but great results out of it. We've successfully ranked clients in languages such as Spanish, French and Portuguese using this approach.
     
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    Thanks for the information, what about domains, have you used, for example, expiered domains with a .com extension but french content in tire one to add links for the money site(that is, for example in french)
     
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    For tier 1 link building, we actually don't make use of expired domains. We rather focus on blog posts/ guest posts and other link building methods of that nature.