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Has anyone experienced this - Really need your help guys&gals

Discussion in 'Link Building' started by simoneee, Sep 15, 2013.

  1. simoneee

    simoneee Registered Member

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    I have an established website, and I decided to do some seo as it was a while ago I bought some links. So I searched for some good blogs and bought some blogroll links. And now the website disappears from the SERP for a day, and then come back and disappears again etc.

    Is this normal, or should I be worried and remove the blogroll links?
     
  2. axelldotcom

    axelldotcom Newbie

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    It's Google. From September 4th there have been some changes on the algorithm and a lot of sites are bouncing up and down in SERPs.
     
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    davids355 Jr. VIP Jr. VIP Premium Member

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    Yea I have noticed this with a few of my sites - very unstable ranks.
    i think you just need to keep building links steadily, and ride it out.
     
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  4. Kaithe.Clarke

    Kaithe.Clarke Regular Member

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    RosuC Regular Member

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    The 4th September update will be followed by another one at the end of September or beginning of October - that will bounce more the things regarding the backlinks but nothing will be change regarding the content - you have to keep building them and to keep verifying their existence (I strongly suggest each 24h survey regarding your backlinks)
     
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    mindlesswizard Supreme Member

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    Oh oh ... this is going to be a problem ?
     
  7. rozerr

    rozerr Registered Member

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    SERP's ranking is unstable now days. Yesterday my site ranked on tenth for particular keyword and today it is ranking on 8th. So i also think that it is normal, not to worry.
     
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    briptech Power Member

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    I confirm on my side that Rankings are dancing like a ball even in the local search engines (ITA in my case).

    Just keep going on with link building and - of course - stick to quality more than quantity. In my personal experience 2-3 comments per day on VERY trusted blogs are a good investment for the long term.

    Of course not spammy comments but comments worth reading, that may eventually engage the other commenters.

    IMHO :)
     
  9. MichelinaBraatz

    MichelinaBraatz Registered Member

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    If you take out current algorithm of Google... and then think of ups downs in Google SERP frequently, then you would find that your site doesn't have good number of trust links..

    I mean building trust links would help in establishing the position in Google SERP.
     
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    harshareddy Power Member Premium Member

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