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How good is good enough for Tier 1?

Discussion in 'Black Hat SEO' started by karupoiss, Jan 31, 2014.

  1. karupoiss

    karupoiss Elite Member

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    If I want to build a manual Tier 1 with Web 2.0-s then how important is the quality of Tier 1? What are big no-no's and what is acceptable? Would let's say one article that is manually spun on word and paragraph level be good enough to use on all the Web 2.0-s?

    I don't want to get traffic from those Web 2.0-s. I want to use them as buffers for blasting spam. I don't want the moneysite to get penalized or something. The competition would be let's say medium.

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  2. ilim72

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    As long as your posting can withstand manual review you should be fine keeping them. Using them as buffer for spamming is exactly what most people do, how google react to it is nobody knows.
    I mean I always think if you hammer your first tier with only obvious spam links they should all have negative energy from google, deindexed, penalized and so on. So if you then point them on your money site will it greatly benefit it, I don't think so. But if you create reasonable second and more tiers, not necessarily readable and enjoyable but at least not being able to automatically detect that they spam you should be successful.
     
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    You don't want all of your effort wasted.

    I recommend you set up Tier 1 with unique well written content so you decrease the chances of the web 2.0 being deleted. Add images and videos and make them look natural.

    If the Tier 1 site goes *POOF* all the links you built to it along with all your effort goes *POOF*.
     
  5. MadStacks

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    There is not "good" or "bad" with tier 1 but just right. No spun content or spam links. Keep the spam on other
    tiers and create some space between them and your money site. Start with web 2.0 site links to build up your
    tier 1 network.
     
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    Laubster Senior Member Premium Member

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  7. Biznik

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    Pretend your tier 1s are smaller websites that you are trying to rank.
     
  8. The SEO

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    Quality web 2.0s with unique content and blog network links are really good for your website as tier 1 links and your tier 2 links must be supported by GSA Ranker and then through spam to tier 2 backlinks.