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Easy Powerful Tier 1 Websites

Discussion in 'Black Hat SEO' started by IllmaticBars, Apr 21, 2016.

  1. IllmaticBars

    IllmaticBars Junior Member

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    Hey so I'm sure a lot of people doing tiered link building are standing on blogger and tumblr as their main platforms for web 2.0s.

    While those, combined with some tiered guest posts, are pretty good for ranking keywords, there is a super simple type of tier 1 still largely undisclosed in many blackhat communities and that is .edu blogging platforms.

    If you are in college or know someone who is, check the school's website for blogging resources and 99% of U.S. schools will have free blogs. They likely keep these blogs forever, never deleting them.

    So go ahead and create one, get some articles spun, post em up with contextual links to your money site. These are going to be highly trusted authority domains which pass along more TF then other 2.0 platforms. Then just do typical tiered link building after that.

    I mean, it's a .edu domain, why wouldn't you want some links from there? :)
     
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    abhi007 Jr. VIP Jr. VIP

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    Any chance you can reveal the platform?
     
  3. IllmaticBars

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    Can't post links yet but google university of oregon blogging

    An example of a DA 84 platform. There are lots of schools with these types of student run blogs, you just have to find them and scour the internet to ask a student to make one and post some articles for you if you don't know anyone at that school.
     
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    You can post...just add the name without the www and .com
     
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    living2xl Jr. VIP Jr. VIP

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    That's a nice and informative post.
    I like it.
     
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    This is not any breaking news, everyone involved in SEO knows that links from .edu and .gov sites are gold, but they are the most difficult to get. In order to scale up, you will need to either know a lot of students in different colleges or find a way to "hire" them across the states.
     
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    I recommend to review blogs and websites where you are willing to post your links. There is some solid guidelines.
     
  8. starki

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    Nice method, although everything with social engineering involved is hardly scalable with reasonable effort.
     
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    Tier-one websites and tiered link building schemes may still work now, but from my perspective, they just require too much effort.

    The return on investment simply isn't there anymore.

    While there is no shortage of people that will tell you otherwise, I'm telling you that Google is evolving so quickly that it's probably not a good idea to use old SEO methods like tiered links.

    Your best bet would be to use content-based link generation and link-earning strategies like guest posting.

    I'm not talking about getting guest posts from PBN.

    That's another matter entirely.

    I'm talking about dealing with real websites and using actual outreach.
     
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    If you find powerful link then I would too recommend .edu links,but alas! now not more website of edu blogging available,earlier Academia worked well but that also not provide backlink.