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For each web2.0 Tier 1 sites, how many Tier 2 sites should I have?

Discussion in 'Black Hat SEO' started by dragonrage01, Mar 16, 2013.

  1. dragonrage01

    dragonrage01 Power Member

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    For each web2.0 Tier 1 sites, how many Tier 2 sites should I have?
    How many is too much and how many is too little.
    Thanks.
     
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    futurestunner BANNED BANNED

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    treat you web 2.0 as you treat your "money site" in past 2011 you'll get most of it.
     
  3. daddymax

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    i personally give each tier1 40-50 tier2s and each tier 2 gets around 150 tier 3s and then i blast them weekly for about 4 weeks then i just maintain
     
  4. macdonjo3

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    Do you believe there is a proper number? I would think that Google would expect heck of a lot more links from a year old tier 2 than a 6 day old tier 2. Whatever you're doing, keep it consistent. Don't start and stop.
     
  5. dragonrage01

    dragonrage01 Power Member

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    Of course there is a proper number. There is a sweet spot. You shouldn't think about a year old tier 2 or building links on a daily basis unless the site you have is making $100 a day.
    Most of my site makes $3-$5 a day. Thinking about Tier 2 that is a year old is a waste of time.
     
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  7. j1300

    j1300 BANNED BANNED

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    Web 2.0's are hosted on already established sites so feel free to blast them with links (without fear of penalty.)
     
  8. dragonrage01

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    this is the reason you don't make enough.

    There is a penalty. I know. I blasted 20 web2.0 sites pointing to a money site with 100k scrapebox links.
    I repeated this with 20 other money sites.
    Most lost 50 serps and some didn't move at all.
     
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  9. j1300

    j1300 BANNED BANNED

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    Yes the web 2.0 may be adversely affected however the link juice would still be passed on to the money site. I would be surprised if your money site lost ranking as well
     
  10. Smart SEO

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    J1300 is right even though the Web 2.0 may get penalized, if you analyze them after that they will have great authority and link juice still running from them.