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Do low value links count in a link profile diversification attemp?

Discussion in 'Black Hat SEO' started by schleprock, Nov 1, 2015.

  1. schleprock

    schleprock Regular Member

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    I have some very good links from FCS Networker. My blogs range in size from 11 posts to over 50.

    That is not a very diversified link profile, even though I used a variety of different anchor text for each link.

    I use Spin Rewriter to spin my articles. Spin Rewriter has a second service called Spin Distribute. With Spin Distribute they submit your article to over a 1000 article sites and state that when the process is done you will end up with around 700 links. The service is very affordable.

    Article links could serve to diversify my link profile. Could this be part of the solution to my lack of diversification? Or are these less valuable links and Google (and other SEs) won't count them. If they won't count then they are useless.

    If they will work, that is great. If they don't give me a boost in rank I won't mind. They will have served their purpose.

    Then I can look for a blog commenting service on BHW. Maybe some wiki sites too. Or whatever additional link platforms it takes to straighten out this diversification problem.

    Thanks for considering my dilemma.
     
  2. asap1

    asap1 BANNED BANNED

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    All links count if google indexes them.

    I wouldn't do it, those links will be useless.

    Better of getting some web 2.0 or pbn links.