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Gibberish articles vs hand written articles - Tier 1 Link Building - GSA

Discussion in 'Black Hat SEO' started by waltater, Feb 22, 2015.

  1. waltater

    waltater Newbie

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    Hey everyone,

    I am trying to understand if it is common to use GSA for Tier 1 link building and to use gibberish / scraped articles? If so, is this method effective? Is it risky?

    I am debating whether I should freelance some article writing out and create 5-7 moderately long well-spun articles or to not bother and simply scrape n create dozens of gibberish articles for this purpose?

    From your experience how do these two methods differ in results? I appreciate any replies, please keep in mind I am new to this all.

    Cheers
     
  2. Zombie Pop

    Zombie Pop Regular Member

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    gibberish content is very risky for t1. not to mention it wont stick if there's any moderation at all.
    ...however, this really depends on what you're trying to rank. trying to rank a parasite? churn and burn? who cares what t1 looks like.

    trying to rank a money site you want around for a while? well i don't reccomend that you attempt using SER on your t1 at all if this is the case. Gain some real experience. test. then test some more. Once you find a tactic or three that works for you, THEN try to automate it. By then you will have a better grasp of the tools you actually need for your specific tactic, AND how to use the tool(s) properly.

    good luck :)
     
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  3. Kelowna

    Kelowna Regular Member

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    gibberish content is very risky if it is ever seen by a google editor as it will lead to a quick ban, but, it is perfect for use as buffer sites that are never meant to rank and just pass link juice.
     
  4. waltater

    waltater Newbie

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    Thanks for the help! Being completely new to SEO as a whole, I was wondering if you guys can help guide me as to where I can begin to learn effective seo practices without using ser for t1?
     
  5. GoTRooT

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    The majority of gsa users I know (who are actually banking) T1 with FCS, I get content written (elancer) for that then GSA that with content from AB then use WAC also, personally for sites which are not churn and burn I do this.
     
  6. Zombie Pop

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    I use autofill magic for t1. its not fully automated, more like semi automated, so I can still make them look and feel real with images that are actually uploaded to the pages (not linked with html), interlinking, different placements of anchors etc. my AFM is also programmed with over 20 high PR PDF submission websites, video sites, audio sites, css submission sites, press release sites, and a slew of other platforms to submit to (it doesnt come with those, must be programmed by hand). This gives me access to links no one can get with automated software, very quickly once set up. AFM also handles account management for me and email verification. very nifty.

    then I tier contextual d0follow links with SER (not all of them roughly 1/4-1/2 of the contextual d0follow)

    its not a bad strategy but it will require some elbow grease, and an ability to write. unless you want to outsource that, I guess.