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how much link juice gets passed through tiers?

Discussion in 'Black Hat SEO' started by aarongoldsten, Aug 20, 2015.

  1. aarongoldsten

    aarongoldsten Junior Member

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    spam gsa > contextual do follow gsa> fcsnetworker web2.0 > social property / high quality web2.0 > money site

    my question is how much link juice get passed with tiers far back? Like will the spam gsa blast even if it builds 10K links how much will that actually help?

    I am just curious if done right if it will actually be a solid boost or because it's a tier 4 and so far back the link juice wont carry through all the way.

    (i'm assuming contexual do follow is 100 or less out bond links pers page pr1+ and HQ web2.0s have 10 or less outbound links total.

    I'm just trying to understand this better. regards!
     
  2. Hinkys

    Hinkys Jr. VIP Jr. VIP

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    Usually you don't want more than 3 tiers because those above tier 3 will hardly provide any link juice. Especially these days.

    Only situation where I'd consider going above 3 is to get those tier 3 (in your case - contextual do-follow gsa) indexed if you're not using an indexing service for whatever reason.

    But anyway, if you read any tiered link building tutorial (such as this one http://www.matthewwoodward.co.uk/tutorials/the-ultimate-guide-to-tiered-link-building-part-1/, a bit old but still very relevant), you will see the same thing.
     
  3. karupoiss

    karupoiss Elite Member

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    The last tier is pretty much only for indexing. I would skip contextual do follow gsa.