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I do want my site long time running but still would like to use blackhat tech.

Discussion in 'Black Hat SEO' started by anfeng, May 9, 2016.

  1. anfeng

    anfeng Newbie

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    Hi everyone, one problem puzzled me long time, I read many seo service such as link building in marketplace sub-forum,found so many people use blackhat technology to rank their niches here, I have a budget about $80-100 per month, and we know white hat tech is of more higher cost, so I could only consider to buy the blackhat tech service.

    However, I'll keep run my site for long term,not like some quick sites,(rank quickly but also lost quickly,then disppeared from Google eventually,just stands for several months), could anyone give me some valuable advices?
     
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    nathanmalone Newbie

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    Use multi-tiered link building, and send the blackhat links to 2nd and 3rd tier sites
     
  3. patriotnews

    patriotnews Senior Member

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    Building ANY link is technically blackhat, so there is that fact.

    As for building links, take it slow, build out detailed sites(whether PBN or web2.0), make them look solid, legit.
    Do some do-follow manual blog comments.
    Double buffer yourself from any spam, Web2.0<---web2.0<---301<-----GSA blast
     
  4. anfeng

    anfeng Newbie

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    Thanks for the above comments,I have not read something relavant to "anchor text ratio" in some of the SEO service threads, is this very very important or not? If yes, why so many users did not mention it in their consulting posts?
     
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    SEO Sicko Power Member

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    Clear all your doubts about the service you are going to buy.
    It should contain the quality links and content.
    You can buy the link for tier1 and tier2 sites because it will not affect much to your site.
     
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    broderick Newbie

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    Use manual link building using unique and good quality content on your first tiers. Then build more tiers to them using lesser quality content as you would need links in bulk at tier 3.
     
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    SEO Sicko Power Member

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    You can use your anchor text where you needed no consideration of ratio,but it should be relevant to your site.
    If you want to use more anchor text try diversified anchor text.
     
  8. anfeng

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    Thanks a lot, most of you talked about the tier1,2,3, is this like a pyramid? Is the tier1 most close to my site?Meanwhile, will Google penalize my site if use the above link stratety?
     
  9. Gromit

    Gromit Regular Member

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    There are NO guarantees your site(s) won't get penalised by Google at some point. Anyone that says otherwise is full of shit and just wants your money.

    All you can do is drastically reduce the risks of a penalty by trying to properly emulate a more natural backlink profile.

    Read the guides on here thoroughly.
     
  10. judaculla

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    Tier 1, 2,.., n—considered Tiered Link Building, is akin to a "pyramid." An example, which I'm making up off the top of my head, is as follows:

    Tier 1 links are non-spun, quality links that come from guest posts, web 2.0 sites, or PBN links. You should view all this content as being of value, capable of being attractive to visitors in and of itself.
    Tier 2 Links are of less quality content, and debatabley able to have spun content on them. If using spun content, you should only use quality, hand-spun content.
    Tier 3 links are pretty sloppy, and are typically thought of as being a power in numbers kind of thing. GSA article blasts or mass web 2.0 machine spun content plays here
    Tier 4 links are basically as spammy as it gets, GSA on full overdrive, Scrapebox comments, etc.

    As you move down the tiers, you'll want to increase the amounts of links, which is largely why the quality degrades to meet a concern for cost. For example the following list illustrates how many links you may have per tier:

    Tier 1 250 hand built links
    Tier 2 1500 quality hand spun links
    Tier 3 25K GSA article-type posts
    Tier 4 500K garbage links

    As you proceed down the drain of low quality, your chance of having links become dead, de-indexed, or overlooked entirely increases greatly, which is why you want to play a numbers game. As cut-throat as Google has become for quality and originality, sheer volume still plays a factor.

    Tier 1 is the closest to your site.

    Google could very well penalize you, but if you build your links with separation, you can pretty much assure yourself that you will be able to easily address any manual actions taken. For instance, if one of your Tier 1 sites gets flagged as spam, and your $ site takes a hit, you can pretty much just break the link between the links from that single site and your money site. For a single link from a PBN, it's even easier. I'd wait for a more seasoned response for the dynamics of addressing these types of penalties, as I have little experience with them.

    As far as your anchor text goes; use services such as Majestic SEO to view the backlink anchor text profiles of sites you feel to be "legit," and get a good idea for what a natural link profile looks like. Broadly speaking, you want a lot of branding text (sitename), naked URL text (http://www.sitename.com), and topmost keyword text. The Majority however, usually shows up as 60% being "other." The "other" category includes everything from generic text like "read more here" to related keyword text like "great article for [keyword] comparisons here."

    If you do a lot of social media integration, or are in a niche in which other websites desire to share your content, you'll get a lot of these types of links naturally. Contrary to what you may think, a legit site selling brake pads would likely only have <5-10% of backlinks with any one long-tail keyword like "long-lasting break pads."

    Read through some of the stickied posts in the Black Hat section; all these concepts are outlined in much greater detail by members with much greater experience.
     
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  11. Gromit

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    Sorry double post.
     
  12. redrays

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    There are a couple of popular posts in this forum about doing seo for really cheap. Personally, I've tested those methods and haven't seen results, but maybe your niche is more receptive or you'll find a twist that makes it work. It's similar to what a few of the members have described in this thread.

    I also suggest that you pick up a handful of cheap, throwaway domains for testing. You can pick up .xyz's for $1 or less almost all the time. Grab a few, write some content related to your niche, and test out different link building strategies. It's likely that you'll find good techniques to use on your long-term site, and you may even make some short term money along the way :)

    Although seo certainly isn't easy with your level of experience and budget, it's doable if you're willing to put in a lot of time.
     
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    These are the two important things we need to think before entering black hat
    1. Content is always king, so it must be unique hand written or spun article (article readable)
    2. Quality and quantity of blogs so you can go with Guest posts or Authority links to built backlinks for your site, NO need to afraid about google penality