Deep Link Question

Discussion in 'Black Hat SEO' started by e2274964, Feb 28, 2014.

  1. e2274964

    e2274964 Registered Member

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    I recently came across some High PR/High DA d0follow domains that'd allow me to include a contextual post and a Raw URL to my website. Only thing that irks me is the backlinks are so deep within the domains that I'm wondering would I even get any worthwhile link-juice/authority from them even though they're PR5-PR8's with DA40+?


    example:
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    www.blahblah.gov/blah1/blah2/blah3/blah4/blah5/blah6/blah7/mybacklink.html

    People say if a link is too deep sometimes it'll make indexing harder, but I'm not worried about that (because I can always blast links to it) as much as I am juice/authority/pagerank being passed.
     
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    PrinceVisi Elite Member

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    The best bet it to try it on for a keyword and watch how the rankings perform.

    Wait about 2 weeks for the the final result to show up.
     
  3. e2274964

    e2274964 Registered Member

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    Yeah it usually takes 2-4 weeks for me to see SERP results nowadays,
     
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    It SHOULDN'T be a problem and will get found by Google when they crawl the site. However, if you're that concerned, build just a few high quality social bookmarks to it (Digg etc) or use an indexing service. I think linklicious have a free option which guarantees crawling (I think). Check it out.
     
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    You can get it indexed easily. Just hit it with a stumble from stumbleupon. As far as effectiveness goes, my guess is it won't do much for SERPs but it's always nice to have a link from a strong domain if it hasn't been spammed.
     
  6. e2274964

    e2274964 Registered Member

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    Yeah for the past two years or so I've just been sending bookmarks to my Tier1 links to get them indexed by G faster ... Pinging hasn't really worked for me since 2011-2012-ish so I haven't done it lately.


    I was more concerned about the lack of link-juice my site would get since the links are seeded like 7-8 levels deep but still, the domains are really strong. Aged .EDU/GOV's ... PR6-8, DA60-80's. Will dwell deeper into it later.


    Thanks for the responses though guys