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Google and purchasing backlinks

Discussion in 'Black Hat SEO' started by phfaty, Dec 7, 2009.

  1. phfaty

    phfaty Newbie

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    Lets say for example my blog only has maybe 100 backlinks last time it was crawled, then next time it gets crawled backlinks are now increased to 2,000 backlinks. Would google notice something strange if backlinks go from hardly any to several thousand within a very short period? Or is it safer to stagger purchasing backlinks in increments? Thanks
     
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    affiliate_onlinebiz Junior Member

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    How short is that period of time. And it also depends on what type of backlinks you acquired.
     
  3. mightybh

    mightybh Jr. VIP Jr. VIP Premium Member

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    Its a constant process and it has nothing to do with crawling your site. Google will gradually start finding your backlinks in real time. 2.000 is really nothing to be worried about even though its a good idea to increase your backlinks steadily.
     
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  4. phfaty

    phfaty Newbie

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    I've got several blogs all about 2 weeks old with no traffic. In a few days, I will be linking them together to form a linkwheel. Then I will blast them with xrumer service.

     
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    I wouldn't use the xrumer blast right now but first get a variety of different kind of backlinks (forums, blog commenting, Web 2.0 properties, etc.). This way it looks much more natural, especially for 2 weeks old domains.
     
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    You can always blast the web 2.0 properties and link from them instead.