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How comes theres site with 1:30 ratio backlinks/ref domains and still in top of google?

Discussion in 'Black Hat SEO' started by methodman90, Jun 23, 2014.

  1. methodman90

    methodman90 BANNED BANNED

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    Most of sites at the top of google have an average of 20-30 backlinks from each site. (sometimes 10k links distributed along 3 domains).
    And they still rank on top of competitive niches, for 6+ months.
    I can't imagine how the hell a guy which ownes a site can link 1300 pages of his website to another website?
    How can't it be serp manipulation? Seems like google doesn't look at the ratio of backlinks:referring domains, cause anything over more 1-3 backlinks per domain is COMPLETELY UNNATURAL imho. Don't you agree?

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    So I'am assuming pointing 1k backlinks to my moneysite from each blog of my pbn wont do any hurt and just increase my ranking if i distrubute these backlinks across inner pages?


    PLEASE, some guy which actually know this, answer, even trought PM.
     
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    0_00_0 Senior Member

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    It is actually pretty normal for a website to have site - wide links to external websites. I do remember a while back that Google penalized the strategy but they can't possibly make it negative. I'm not sure if the links were simply devalued or what.

    For example, when I develop websites for clients I will always put a link to my site in the footer. I don't only do this for seo benefits - I also want the referral traffic if someone likes the website design.

    It is also very common to place links in widgets that result in sitewide links. These can often be on thousands of pages if the widget is located in the sidebar, footer or some other static element of the site.

    I do believe that each instance of the link will not hold as much value if it is on 1000 pages of a single domain.
     
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  3. methodman90

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    Fact is, that noone of these backlinks are caused by an hyperlink to the site in some static element of the web page, the anchors texts are in the countless articles this site has pointed to.
    As I said, analizying around I found this thing happen with many website, so I wonder having a pbn of 15 domains with 10 links each would be as effective as 35 domains with 1 link each?

    would be 150 links from 15 domains vs 35 links from 35 domains. As I see no penalization from google's side I wonder if are actually better the 150 links?
     
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    I have the same situation in my niche, the top sites have a very high ratio. Maybe I should try buying a couple expired domains and point 100 links per site to a new test site to see results. also need this question answered by someone who knows :)
     
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    I'll have to test that aswell, as I'am quite sure noone will give me an answer.
     
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    Its not serp manipulation because a lot of times, 1 comment link shows up in many different pages (for example say if "recent comments" appear in sidebar)

    It could also happen in cases where the link is Sitewide (say footer link)

    Stuff like that happens a lot, Sometimes genuine sometimes its spam too.

    So far What I've seen is - It doesnt have a Negative value attached to it.