Discussion in 'Black Hat SEO Tools' started by carter7984, Apr 29, 2010.
How many do you create daily?
What is the recomended number (if any) to create daily?
I don't usually go by per day but by per week. For a new site I start with about 50 backlinks per week. If you only have one anchor text you are optimizing for, make 5-7 of the links per week have anchor text of your website. If you are doing 2 keywords, make 3-5 of the anchor text's your website address. If you are doing 3 keywords, there is enough variation.
Try to do about 1 ezine article a week for the website.
Also I would recommend getting an OnlyWire account and setting up as many of the social bookmarking accounts as you can on their interface. The sites that require a second step I don't do. But I generally use the OnlyWire firefox button to bookmark every backlink.
Good luck with your site
Thanks for the insight!
Hmmm.... I have a 1 month old website and only today I submitted 10 ezine articles and another at least 30 articles to article directories(all manual). It is not that Google will see these BL at once, because the articles won't be accepted at the same and after they will be accepted it will take some time until the crawlers will see the backlinks, so I think there is no worry.
It's actually not so important how many backlinks you build. It's more about the quality and consistency.
For instance, it better to build 10 quality links a day on a consistent basis than building 300 "I don't care about quality" links once and then doing nothing for several weeks.
So again, don't look for the "perfect" number, but for quality and consistency.
Hope this helps.
Seems I am sticked to this thread . You are right here. It is very important to have quality backlinks, but if you can't get quality BL you have to make your own quality BL. So my point is for ex if you have 50 articles submitted to ezine you should build some BL to those articles and try to rank them as high as possible and in the end your website will eventually gain more authority. At least this is the way I am doing it.
Absolutely. Getting highly ranked in a shorter period of time is much easier for your articles (article directories and/or Web2.0 properties) than for your own new site.
Thanks for all of your help guys. I will definitely take everyone's advice in my back linking work...
@vasilicaciortan -- Do you write all your own articles or outsource them? This seems like a lot of work to be writing all these articles!
do you use free or subscribed account? What do you think, free account button affect g seo ratings?
I would ask another question..
Let's say you want to rank high for the keyword "Kazahstan hotels" so you create a page on ur page domain.com/kazastan_hotels, do the On-Page SEO and everything make sure it's nice unique and natural for Search Engines and the you'll build Articles or Link Wheels around it..
and then you'll start buidling links around the articles and web 2.0 Linkwheels yep ?
Do you all use SEnukes and The Best Spinners ?
At first I thought that I can't write so many articles for article directories and web 2.0 properties and I tryied to outsource. I paid 65$ for 50 rewrite articles and still did't get my articles. In the meantime I purchased thebestspinner with my last money I had and begin to make myself some articles. It is some work but not so hard. Now I have 750 articles that I managed to make in couple of hours. My mistake was that I payed 50$ for outsourcing. And i don't think those articles I just paid for will be better than these I rewrote myself. The person who rewrites those articles for me doesn't guarantee that will be accepted by ezine for example, mine were accepted in 1-2 days
I generally add five pages to any blog of mine then bookmark each of them with random three SB sites.
then i use spinner and produce 50 spinned comments with anchor text and ask my colleague to post them. I pay them for comment links which stick.
I never use article directories as according to me comments are more beneficial for bringing hot traffic. Even if they don't convert they are potential leads for adsense clicks.
Creating backlinks and getting them to stick are two different things.
If you really need 100 backlinks, then go for 200 plus for the day. That way you will probably end up with half of what you need.
Next, the recommend dosage depends on your competition and your target keyword. If your competition have 50,000 backlinks and you only have 500, then the only way to beat them is to be a little aggressive.
Be aggressive but cautious at the same time.
Agreed. Using a submitter is a decent tool here.
It's all done by page, so if you are being aggressive for a particular page i would.
a) Never submit more than 1 article to a submitter tool.
b) If they claim "1000 submission" turn this down to 20 or 30 a day
c) When Google finds these articles it may well crawl back to your page. MAKE SURE YOUR PAGE IS GOOD - HAS UNIQUE CONTENT - AND IS SEO'd
i.e Don't have the same article on it that you submitted- even if it's "spun" . Google is getting very good at spotting spin, and the article site will already have credit for the unique stuff - so you get none.
d) Don't stress about articles ranking higher than your site. Patience is VITAL.
e) Get some traffic any way you can. Bots know how busy a site is, and it's an important ranking factor. BUy traffic if you have to (to begin with) get 10,000 uniques in the first 3 months and your site will benefit
. Get less than 1000 and you are still at the starting post. Doesn't matter about CLR initially
f) Quality more than quantity. Squidoo Lens, Tube Mogul posts (remember tags and URL in description) Articles (EZ, AA, there are only about 5 REALLY good ones) WEB 2.0 holdings pointing to your site are like gold-dust.
g) Learn to write. If you put your mind to it, research keywords, you can hammer 5 articles out in a morning and have them posted on EZ, AA, AD etc then spend the afternoon watching the cricket.
Lastly - Look out for "comebacks" I'm in a packed niche now on one site, but aware that it is due for a big resurgence in a few months. Google now checks updates more stringently than even 4 months ago. When the next wave comes, you could be on the crest of it - even in a packed field - if you are working in the niche and everyone else is resting on their laurels with old content. A packed niche = lotsa potential profit.
I'm off to bed.
See ya all.
I usually create around 4k a week...for about 10 different sites. After they're ranking I bring it down to almost nothing
It depends on your way of link building:
I do it like this daily:
Couple of director submission.
Couple of one way back link.
Couple of article directories.
Couple of reciprocal linking.
Couple of deep page linking.
Couple of forum signatures.
Couple of profile links.
Build as many High PR links as possible. I always look for people to link with.
Some poeple say 30/day, some 100/day, some 1000/day.
I have another questions. Is it "daily limit" per domain or per link/page?
I have a lot of post pages, tag pages and category pages. Do i need to build backlinks to every page ot just a main domain?
Separate names with a comma.