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How hard should I backlink a new domain in its first week?

Discussion in 'Black Hat SEO' started by ijof9, Sep 11, 2011.

  1. ijof9

    ijof9 Power Member

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    I have 2900+ backlinks and domain's age is almost one week.
    With all these crazy backlinking offers, I would buy them all but I don't want to sandbox the site.

    So how bad can I do it? How you draw the line?
     
  2. plex_brahial

    plex_brahial Regular Member

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    I am curious to see the answer to something like this but the real question in my opinion is how many low quality backlinks could we do after 1 week.
    High quality backlinks like high PR homepage backlinks or post on high pr networks with unique posts have no limit.
    Also try to diversify as much as posible
     
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    slim_dusty Jr. VIP Jr. VIP Premium Member

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    Definitely go crazy with high PR and good quality backlinks to moneysite. If you need to get a whole lot of backlinks, use them for inner pages or for linkpushing to your lower tier backlinks.
     
  4. JohnnyRabbit

    JohnnyRabbit Supreme Member

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    HR PR links and good content along with some directory submissions I would say
     
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    arwen Registered Member

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    too many low PR is crazy idea ... high PR is good but try to have from your own niche rather than random backlinks.
     
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  6. WildDisease

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    Id advise against backlinking a new domain any way other than manually.. you might get away with it for a month or so depending on how much you do but you will get boxed and shipped 1000+ ranks away pretty quick if your in a big keyword

    I would just stick with content, on page (optimize, don't stuff), and manual link building articles/directories/high pr profiles/authority sites/quality pr comments
     
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    Just remember to be consistent, link velocity is important, especially on a new domain.
     
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    If you do manu submissions you will not see many links if you search for the backlinks. Backlinks need some time before you start noticing them. As like SE, you have to be patient. It will be better if you go for higher PR sites.
     
  9. ijof9

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    manu as in typo or in manual?
     
  10. pavan

    pavan Elite Member

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    2900 backlinks for a new domain is crazy
    you should have steady growth in backlinks for better results
     
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    Would you recommend building profiles/comments to the high pr links?
     
  12. adhept

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    I'd be very careful, too many spammy forum/blog links and you're going right to the sandbox. Build a few high quality web 2.0 pages and blast them with low pr links instead if you have to.

    For future, I'd advise either buying aged domains or buying domains, putting on enough content to get them indexed and letting them stew for 6 months or so before use.
     
  13. dk1180

    dk1180 Newbie

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    I agree with this idea. A new site that gets 2K+ links in one week has to be fishy. I would also just focus on building high quality links during the first couple of months. Then start with some heavy link building after 6 months. Might be a long time to wait for you, but if your site is in it for the long run, then its should be okay. Google can tell if a site is just trying to make a quick buck.
     
  14. ijof9

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    Thank you for all you inputs. I got 12,000 cheap backlinks, some shittier, some high quality (pinged) and I didn't get sandboxed.

    In 2 weeks at most.