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How many second tier backlinks does it take to index 1 first tier backlink?

Discussion in 'Black Hat SEO' started by takers, Jul 9, 2013.

  1. takers

    takers Regular Member

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    Whats up BHW,

    I need help with understanding backlink indexing and second tier backlinking. Lets say that I have 100 first tier backlinks which consist of 60, 100% unique, 100% readable, web 2.0 articles and 40 high PR social bookmarks. How many second tier backlinks will I have to create to index just one of the web 2.0 articles?
     
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    dannyhw Senior Member

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    If you're building the first tier in the right places, getting them indexed shouldn't be a problem, but they may take a while to show up. You're really not worried about indexing here anyway, what you're worried about is providing a layer of protection between your money site and the thousands of shitty links that could get you sandboxed if you used them directly. So just make sure you're piggybacking on first tier sites that can take the links and spam recklessly. It's a numbers game so there's no time to waste overthinking it all.
     
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  3. innozemec

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    There's no golden set rule about this. It all depends on the quality and stickness of the tiers you create.

    Generally 3 tiers is fine enough.

    Take a note that not all articles/web 2.0s are getting indexed, so endlessly continuing your efforts to index them all is just not cost & time effective
     
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  4. prospect7

    prospect7 Regular Member

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    if the second tier links are low quality then lots if there high quality then it should only take a couple maybe even none if your tier 1 is amazing.
     
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  5. takers

    takers Regular Member

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    Thanks guys I appreciate your response. So I think what dannyhw is saying is squidoo can take a lot more shitty links from GSA or Scrapebox then a new website site can. So basically my strategy will go like this... tier3(spam) -> tier2(low - mid quality content) -> tier1(High quality content) -> $Money site$. I can build maybe 100 tier 1 links and then 1000 tier 2 links and then 20,000 tier 3 links. Ok I think I got it.
     
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  6. bizweb

    bizweb Newbie

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    Would 100 tier 1 link be save? if it is, what kind of time span should it be to build 100 back link? Is there a strategy on how many tier 1 link we can build per day, per month or something?
     
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    vishalim232 Junior Member

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    If your tire 1 link is good then you need only a little push your 1st tire link.