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How to balance anchor text ratio?

Discussion in 'Black Hat SEO' started by asiansamurai, Jul 14, 2014.

  1. asiansamurai

    asiansamurai Junior Member

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    Hi,

    I recently purchased a site but it's main anchor text is too high.

    What are some safe ways or some safe links (I don't have access to GSA), to build more links besides using social bookmarks and commenting?
     
  2. W1tty

    W1tty Junior Member

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    Hi mate:) Use articles, web 2.0, sape... with the right approach is a very good way for your site, go to TOP
     
  3. asiansamurai

    asiansamurai Junior Member

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    not very useful...

    I don't want to use web 2.0 as it takes too much time to build and I don't want to use sape links just to balance anchors.

    Can someone else give me advice on how I can build a bulk amount of links or is my only option finding someone who uses GSA?
     
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  4. lucasbraydon

    lucasbraydon Supreme Member

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    That wasnt very W1tty was it?
    I was expecting something like...chop the anchors with your samurai sword or something.
     
  5. Zevoltai

    Zevoltai Jr. VIP Jr. VIP Premium Member

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    Do some goddamn manual comments on niche-related sites and make some manual bookmarks. Submit to directories by hand if you have to, these links are pretty much /meant/ for anchor dilution

    You shouldn't even take that SAPE suggestion for diversity seriously.
     
  6. zombietechs

    zombietechs Registered Member

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    I found that using social feeds and bookmarks can help a for link building. Instagram and pinterest are really great right now. If you're advertising for a local business it's critical to get directory listings from sites like Yelp! localeze, citysquare, foursquare, google places (critical) and more.

    Keyword check you can post your articles here (originally i posted a link but just google keyword percentage check and a few free tools pop out) and measure you're keyword. I've been told not to exceep 3% in terms of repetition but I'm not sure how much that matters. I've been seeing a better pattern when I write my articles like a thesis whereby I leave a keyword in the opening of the article body and one at the last line or close of the body including link and anchor text back to my target page/site.
     
  7. fabima

    fabima Newbie

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    Things that could be tried, at a relatively slow speed, without targeting the keyword that has the high anchor text ratio could be article submitting to authority sites, blog commenting, tweets, video submissions, web 2.0 article submission, content syndication to other blogs.
     
  8. SerpEvil

    SerpEvil Supreme Member

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    you can build bulk links using,senuke,gsa etc,see sig
     
  9. lover

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    Buy some social network posts or ask someone to build GSA contextual links for you.
     
  10. thefixer

    thefixer Regular Member

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    why not goin for GSA??
     
  11. asiansamurai

    asiansamurai Junior Member

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    setting up GSA properly seems too much of a headache
     
  12. rschmitz

    rschmitz Regular Member

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    Blog commenting and Social bookmarks is all you have bro. If there was another option everyone would be doing it
     
  13. asiansamurai

    asiansamurai Junior Member

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    no prob, thanks for the advice
     
  14. infoanalysis

    infoanalysis Newbie

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    Moderated article directories and guest posts together with web2.0s would be the best choices.
     
  15. Zevoltai

    Zevoltai Jr. VIP Jr. VIP Premium Member

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    You could always get NHSEO, it literally takes less than 10 minutes to set up but you'll have angry blog owners knocking on your door
     
  16. jimbobo2779

    jimbobo2779 Jr. VIP Jr. VIP Premium Member

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    This comment is a bit disingenuous, especially considering the 80+ platforms of which only 17 are blog comments. NHSEO has support for blog comment platforms, forums, guestbooks, image galleries, trackbacks, link Shorteners, indexing and whois and article platforms, you can also submit your RSS feeds and sitemaps at set intervals as well.

    It is a commonly held misconception that NHSEO just does commenting or whois posts but that could not be further from the truth.
     
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  17. SEO Power

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    I'd say find someone that owns GSA and get them to build links to your site at a slow rate if it's a churn and burn site. If it's a site you plan on working on for the long term, use web 2.0s, manual blog comments, and guest posts.