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Having problems understanding Tiered Linking. Need your help :/

Discussion in 'Black Hat SEO' started by asifistiaque, Aug 21, 2013.

  1. asifistiaque

    asifistiaque Registered Member

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    For example, this is my plan to rank a site. (This is just an example)

    Money Site --> Tier 1 (100 Web2.0+ 600 Blog Posts+1000 Wikis+ 200 Social Bookmarks) ---> Tier 2 (25K Blog Comments + 300 Profile Links)

    I understand how Tier 1 works, as in I put my money site's URL on the keywords that I want my website to rank for, but what about Tier 2 and 3 ? If I am making 100 Web 2.0 and 600 Blog Posts in Tier 1 how can I build links to them in Tier 2 ? I mean how can i individually point links/backlinks to them?

    This just doesn't get into my brain. I would be glad if someone could answer this. Thank you.
     
  2. stretton

    stretton Newbie

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    Hi Asifistaique,

    It's all automated, using software like scrapebox, ultimatedemon etc. The best advice I can offer is to watch a video tutorial for your chosen piece of software, there are a few good ones about. I'm new here so I can't link, but look up "Matthew Woodward" and "Jacob King" as they both have IM marketing blogs that I found helpful.

    Essentially you would be posting 100+ links to every one of your Web 2.0 sites, 100+ links to your Blog Posts etc. As the quality of the links is severely reduced in the additional tier, you need to bring in quantity to get anywhere.

    I'm assuming you are building the first tier automatically, so it's just about extending the process onto the second tier.

    The second (and third) tier should all be automated. Good luck.

    Steve
     
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    Once you finish your Tier 1 linking, you will collect all the urls and then build links to these urls. These will be your tier2 links.
     
  4. asifistiaque

    asifistiaque Registered Member

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    Thanks for the detailed answer Stretton.
    But my confusion still persists, since I don't understand how I am going to links to the thousands of links that I already created in Tier 1. Is this done my spinning the anchor text URL?
     
  5. dinkish

    dinkish Power Member

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    No, when you create your tier 2, it will be automated. A list of url's should be saved, at which point you could use them to promote those which become your tier 3 links.

    It's done using automated programs for tier 2 and 3, as it would be impossible to otherwise based on sheer
    quantity.
     
  6. asifistiaque

    asifistiaque Registered Member

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    I still haven't understood how I will build links to all the thousands of links that I created in Tier 1. :/
     
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    royserpa Jr. VIP Jr. VIP Premium Member

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    You can create tier2 linkks w software such as GSA SER or UD.

    Though you can do tier2+ manually, you will have a hard time ordering everything, whereas with software, everything is a breeze :)
     
  8. mickyfu

    mickyfu Jr. VIP Jr. VIP Premium Member

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    Looking at your plan for your first tier it looks like a) You are just spamming or b) It would take years if not just complete spam. For first tier you are best using quality articles on the top article directories and web 2 blogs with a lot of content on each web 2. What you have then planned to do as tier 1, use for your tier 2.
     
  9. dinkish

    dinkish Power Member

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    Right, only do web 2.0's if you're going to stick to that route. 100 seems excessive as well, as you'd be better served manually writing 20 unique articles, under 20 different web 2.0's. The other 80 articles you would otherwise of had could be used to build up each web 2.0 so it's not a single page site.
     
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    rettaibi Regular Member

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