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How to do Tiered Backlinks perfectly

Discussion in 'White Hat SEO' started by BloggerTonmoy, Aug 10, 2015.

  1. BloggerTonmoy

    BloggerTonmoy Senior Member

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    Tiered Backlinks methods for amazon niche blog. Hello Guys, I'm thinking to do to Tiered backlinks for one of my amazon niche blog. Do you think it's still now good methods? If no then whats i need to do? And if yes then i have few questions. When it comes about Tiered backlinks how should i build? Like, Tier 1, How many Web 2.00 i need to do, Tier 2 How many web 2.00 and Tier 3 How many web 2.00 ? And Should i only link my Tier 1 link to my money site or what? And How should i do backlinks for Tier 1 ? And then how should i make backlinks for Tier 2 and tier 3? And Can i do 301 my tier 1 to my money site? Hope, you guys will response and join this thread from your experience
     
  2. ThopHayt

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    There is no set amount. Its more about quality to amount. If you build high quality you need less. If crappy quality you need more (and its more risky). I recommend doing better quality content and care in your web2.0s and only having a few and then doing more volume on T2/3/etc.

    Secondly, you seem to be talking about a link wheel also. Just know this is more dangerous, a lot.
     
  3. BriefEncounter

    BriefEncounter Newbie

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    Nobody can give you the specific information you are after, you will have to experiment yourself.
     
  4. Aussie

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    Quality beats quantity now a days. So,test with 1 long tail kw. 10 good high DA links and get at least 50 PBN links pointed to it. You can replace with PBNs with 3 tier contextual GSA directly (or through buffers) or mix both.
     
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    SEO is a wide open arena. Testing different linking structures and setups will teach you what works best for you. Quality may be the general mantra of the day, but it's mostly machines reading the content for the search engines so one can still certainly get great results with inferior quality and the right mix of linking techniques, however this also depends greatly on the niche and competitiveness of the keywords you are trying to rank for.
     
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    scottbd Registered Member

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    I've been doing this for 7+ years now and ever single site has been different. People need to understand that SEO is more trial and error than anything. Start with something and keep adding from there. You'll get where you want to be if you stay consistent.
     
  7. hydrix95

    hydrix95 Newbie

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    it's 2015 and people still think driving hundreds of 2.0s with spam links that in turn point to a higher tier of 2.0s isn't detectable? Fiverr does this...
    If you do though you should make super high quality 2.0s that aren't obvious for SEO with about 10 or more pages (with future posts scheduled 6 months) and then get creative with the tier 2, maybe some parasites or PBN and other
    as for how many, start with around 40 in addition to some other techniques along with some side link diversity and white hat links and check your serps. If you need more (should be getting good results) 70% chance great results but I don't know details rinse repeat go from there
     
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