Discussion in 'Black Hat SEO' started by agape801, Oct 3, 2018.
Just indexed too many tier 1 links.
Site disappeared from Google...
Have I dun goofed ?
Google’s Penguin update is checking to make sure that your backlinks are natural.if you are indexing more backlinks in one day there’s a very good chance that those backlinks aren’t being built naturally.so better go with drip feed and index your back links naturally.
What method are you using to index their links
Have you checked in webmaster tool? Have you received any warnings? If so try removing some of this over did links and check again
G see your link is not natural. Build your backlink naturally.
you got to do anythink with google acting as it being done manually .
dont matter what apps you got , must learn to use them very slow with google .
like said above (( drip feed )) you need to drip feed all your links slowly .
google will penilise you, if google thinks your trying to false feed google algo.
google is slow at indexing , but still dont be fulled , google no the timestamp of everythink you do , so be slow and carefull.
getting a link to stick is a sucess on it own.
how you indexed all the links? got any warning from WMT?
Building more backlinks in short span will lead the site to deindex from Google, also the manual penalty. Check with GWT for notifications if you received any fix those errors and send the request to Google.
from a site being dead like on page 11 to now hitting page 3...
I stopped linking...disavowed non relevant links, added more achor text I wanted...sent traffic...sites now on page 3
Im a repeat this method and not a single fuark was given that day
Only try to index a couple of links immediately, let Google take its time indexing the rest. That will insure Google regards the indexing is natural.
Check the webmasters tools first. If you can remove links manually from those sites you created the link then remove those. Only keep quality full links. Otherways contact those websites webmaster to remove your link. Or upload disavow file in your webmasters tool.
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