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Dreep Feed Tier 1 - Tier 2 - Tier 3

Discussion in 'Black Hat SEO' started by rollo23, May 1, 2017.

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  1. rollo23

    rollo23 Newbie

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    Let's say you have one expired web 2.0 as tier 1 - want to create 100 Web 2.0 Tier 2 > and blasting tier 3.

    How would you proceed?

    1. Drip feed Tier 2 for 2 days - Tier 3 for 10-20 days
    2. Drip feed Tier 2 for 10 days - Tier 3 for 2-3 days

    Using good indexing service (average 60-70 index rate in 2-3 days) as using quality content for both tier 1 and tier 2.

    Which one will make google think your content went viral?

    Or should I don't bother with this,as it doesn't really mather?

    Just some opinions over that :p
     
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    GROKEN Junior Member

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    I don't really think it matters at all :p
     
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    aidenhera Elite Member

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    @GROKEN
    it does. you have regullar link grow + you can get more links in a month than in one day

    but i dont usually drip feed tier 2 because i have no way to index this shitload amounts of links at once anyway
     
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    Interested in that
     
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    The only important thing is to drip the tier one links (If it's a brand new domain).

    As for tier 2 / 3 it doesn't matter too much - just ensure the quality is still decent on the tier 2 and you'll be fine.