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How to pass relevency to a PBN in a hard/spammy niche?

Discussion in 'Black Hat SEO' started by rambolife, Jun 5, 2017.

  1. rambolife

    rambolife Regular Member

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    So we are creating a PBN for a hard niche in the realm of casinos. Sure, the PBN will link to the money site but how do you properly pass juice to the PBN itself?. Tried several times to blast links (high end that costs a lot actually) from websites that are not affiliated to the niche (in different methods - sitewides, only 1 link, different anchor distribution methods etc) but it seems that when it comes to this niche nothing passes when I link from these websites...

    These websites that I link from work in almost all niches, so there's something I'm missing, probably relevancy? it's just an assumption. I see what the competitors are doing but it's hidden for the most part (for obvious reasons).

    So do you think this is related to relevancy? and if so what are good methods to "launder" link juice from general websites to a website in this niche/ PBN ?

    Maybe this is relevant also for escorts, viagara and loans websites.
     
  2. aidenhera

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    well i dont think its relevancy what is missing = sure it helps, but if its tier 3 then its not that important

    if it was too relevant then it would be unnatural because sites wont link their direct competitors

    anyway even irrelevant link juice works, just make sure most of your links are relevant and thats it
     
  3. Nargil

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    You went about it all wrong... the niche relevancy, backlinks wise, is not THAT important. Simply do not use crap domains and use content that's strongly related to your keywords.

    If you have a site called "MarkPoo.com" which was about an artist called Mark Poo, then simply repurpose it into "Mark Poo the Casino God", some kind of personal blog. If your KW is "best casino Las Vegas", then post content about casinos overall and some content about casinos particularly in Las Vegas.

    Just for love of whatever entity you believe in, do not blast your PBN sites with some crap links. No idea what you expect to happen that way. And sitewide links have been dead since... I do not know... 2010 or so.

    Read more about niche relevancy here - https://www.blackhatworld.com/seo/c...osts-metrics-spam-and-niche-relevancy.916518/

    All in all, the niche relevancy here is not a problem. The real problems are pretty obvious. Crap links, high velocity, who knows how bad anchor texts, possibly even terrible onsite SEO. Niche relevancy is like on 20th position on the list.
     
  4. rambolife

    rambolife Regular Member

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    I understand the repurposing of domains... that's what I'm doing to create the PBN itself. My point is - the content that is linking to the PBN is not related to the keyword. It's just a link with a related anchor (like a mention, sponsored) or maybe up to two sentences that contain it.
     
  5. JustCash

    JustCash Marketplace seller Marketplace seller Premium Member

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    If it's a good PBN then you won't really need to build links to it, it should be enough by itself