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how to include link in PBN?

Discussion in 'Black Hat SEO' started by nonai, Feb 17, 2014.

  1. nonai

    nonai Power Member

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    I am looking at some sites that seem to be using some kind of a PBN. I read on this forum that it's best to include your link in a paragraph. But all these networks have it like this, at the right side or bottom of the page, it says:

    Sites we like:
    www.site1.com
    www.site2.com


    I want to make it look as natural as possible to even pass human checks. I think the "sites we like" method is pretty good, they will think these are just sites the site owner likes. but some people here says it's best to include it in a paragraph.
    so I am wondering how do YOU do it?
     
  2. JonnyBorneo

    JonnyBorneo Regular Member

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    Read up on anchor text diversification (search function).
    Google doesn't care if your link is on the sidebar or a paragraph. It only reads the anchor text.

    "high percentage of exact match anchor text result in a penguin penalty" -Sigmund Freud
     
  3. Laubster

    Laubster Senior Member Premium Member

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    Anchor text and link type are two different things. Google prefers links that are contextual, as in part of an article or post. Sidebar and footer links don't count as strongly, but still count.
     
  4. atomicdonkey1

    atomicdonkey1 Newbie

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    mix it up as much as you can. as far as i know, for max benefit use a contextual link (just a link inside your article) surrounded by words that clearly resemble your niche. To be honest stay away from keyworded anchor text.