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Can 10 Tier 1 Web 2.0-s really rank a kw?

Discussion in 'Black Hat SEO' started by karupoiss, Mar 5, 2014.

  1. karupoiss

    karupoiss Elite Member

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    I have read some threads about building the first tier from cpaelites.com and a lot of tutorials there say that you can build like 10 HQ first tier links + some more on 2. Tier + 3. Tier. My question would be that can really a good 10 Tier 1 links rank a kw? The Tier 1 would be made of Web 2.0-s.

    It seems to me that it would be VERY low ammount and wouldn't rank a thing, maybe the really really easy kw-s though the authors say they rank even medium kw-s like that. Are they BS-ing? I thought I'd ask it here rather than there because this forum is more reputable and has more SEO pros in here.
     
  2. BronxFX

    BronxFX Newbie

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    Why not try it yourself? I am actually also testing this. I had a project with my buddy a few months back and we made 80 tier 1 web 2.0s and some of them had some good PR (expired domains for tumblr, weebly...) and the site moved a few spots up (it was on a second page and now it's still ranked #9 on first page). I'm guessing that you should create more than 10 websites. But that's only my opinion. Try it and see if it ranks
     
  3. robertgreen

    robertgreen Junior Member

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    it depends on keyword competitiveness.
     
  4. tony_d

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    It's not really about the number of links anymore.

    Yes, 10 'good quality' 2.0's can rank a site, for low to medium competition words. The more content you add to the 2.0's, the more power they have.

    SEO is not as hard as some people make it out to be ;)
     
  5. Asif WILSON Khan

    Asif WILSON Khan Executive VIP Premium Member

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    They can but people over simplify it and keep regurgitating it when they haven't even ranked anything.
    They read a WSO and think it is Gospel.
    Remember, that what you read and hear about now as working, can actually be over 12 months old.
    It isn't obsolete yet but I can see Google downgrading the value of Web 2.0's in future
    So to answer you, yes depending on the KW and competition they can work but you should diversify and test to see what works for you.
     
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  6. LakeForest

    LakeForest Supreme Member

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    Yes.

    Different keywords have different competitiveness. 10 can rank, but 10 might not maintain.

    Try it out.
     
  7. BuildMoreLinks

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    really depends on a lot of factors, I have seen rankings from good tier 1 links. It's not stopping there but developing them further with more content.