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GSA SER Gods only!

Discussion in 'Black Hat SEO' started by flashsites, Jan 28, 2017.

  1. flashsites

    flashsites Junior Member

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    Hi I know this is a shot in the dark but I'm hoping someone is giving enough to share.

    I have a solid GSA Tier structure I've been using for months and have had great success ranking pages and watching them go up regularly.

    I would like to trade tier templates/projects with others who have successful tiers as well, in hopes of improving all of our projects.

    As for my post title I'm hopefully making it clear that I dont need training wheel or blogger opinionated/misleading projects. Only those who have seen massive success like I have.

    *Ive added a pic of ranking progress. (wasnt really sure what to share to show that its working). If you need other proof PM me.

    **Please dont post the whole: Tier 1: Social Bookmarks, Articles, etc...blah blah blah.
    I mean I'm actually looking to trade zips of the project itself!
     

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  2. redrays

    redrays Regular Member

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    I wouldn't call what you showed massive success, though if that was done using only SER it'd be interesting to know what you're doing. Out of curiosity what is the difference between sharing project files and just writing out what I do? How do you think I make the project file in the first place? ;)
     
  3. flashsites

    flashsites Junior Member

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    Exact engines used, percentages, etc.
    Results are for pretty competitive words. I'll share it when I get to my comp. And yes only ser.
     
  4. redrays

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    Ok, that makes sense then. I agree that just saying "T1 = contextual links" is basically worthless.