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How long to let a new domain "sit" before ramping up aggressive link building?

Discussion in 'Black Hat SEO' started by Daemon, Jun 28, 2010.

  1. Daemon

    Daemon Registered Member

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    What's a good period of time that one should let a newly registered domain "sit" before starting to ramp up your link building efforts aggressively? e.g. 15 days, 60 days etc.
     
  2. wallofiron

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    great question however everyone I have asked has a different response so it hasnt helped me before.

    I usually just start slow for a couple weeks and then go massively at it
     
  3. ultim8

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    Best is to never let it just sit, start slowly like 10 in first week, 20 the following, etc etc
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  4. kez1000

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    you are going to get some many different answers to this question... ultim8 says 10 for the first week and so on ...i say 10 - 30 per day..

    but to tell you the truth one powerful niche relevent backlink is better than 100 poo ones
     
  5. gorang

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    My aff sites are helpful websites with some aff links promotiong a product. For the first few months I tend to remove any products/aff links and promote it normally. I feel Google notices this and ranks it higher, then I will add the monetization later.
     
  6. hazard_mkd

    hazard_mkd Junior Member

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    i blasted my brand new domain with scrapebox comments.. got 5k backlinks in yahoo in 7 days..

    im on fist position on MANY keywords.. and on second page on search term "template monster" ..

    so i guess no "punishment" :p
     
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    I would say 0 days. It doesnt matter as long as you build links wisely.
     
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    yup, you can go all out right away if you know how to do it :)
     
  9. kireol

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    agreed
     
  10. gorang

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    Keep us updated, I doubt it will last long if it is for a keyword with average competition and has a search volume.
     
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    dont wait to add backlinks, just be smart about it. a brand new domain with 20,000 links in 1st month may look suspicious. However, 20 quality backlinks a day times 30 days = 600 quality backlinks in a month.

    Quality backlinks far outranks crap spam backlinks.

    yes, google uses backlinks for a huge part of their ranking process, however they recognize quality backlinks.

    PLUS, you can get conversion from the actual quality backlinks, whereas spammy backlinks will get little to zero clicks.

    My goal is always to hit page one of search, but i also want traffic from the actual links as well.
     
  12. peter2002

    peter2002 Senior Member

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    You won't get punished for massive backlinking (think of the sites that go viral - sometimes overnight). But it is important to continue with your backlinking efforts FREQUENTLY to maintain/increase your rankings.
     
  13. gorang

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    Have to disagree, if it is a new domain then a website will be under the influence of the "trustfilter" for some months and aggressive linkbuilding has an impact on rankings. This is my experience.
     
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    Well, I experienced it differently. It always worked for me. It was just important to keep the linkbuilding process going.
     
  15. darkface

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    What do you classify as a quality backlink and what not though? Is a comment posted on a blog with a high pr and similar topic ranking for similar keywords high quality? What about similar topic forums?
     
  16. ea1thy

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    That's exactly what i am curious about too!
    To my mind, "Quality backlinks" for G is a 1) RELEVANT 2) PR of current url 3) PR of domain... (Probably there 97 more options G consider =))