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Interesting Issue With SEO

Discussion in 'Black Hat SEO' started by jacker818, Aug 8, 2017.

  1. jacker818

    jacker818 Power Member

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    I have a new website i am currently working on (2.5 months old) and i am having a strange issue.

    I built out the website and let the site rest for about a month only building branded social media profiles to make everything look legit. (Site was built than attempted to market using social media websites)

    After about 30 something days i SLOWLY started to build links to my website. Link building started on the 5th of last month using high quality platforms and naked, branded and generic keywords tied in with a few LSI keywords. I build links on a daily basis in an extremely random fashion using handwritten content (by me) on valuable platforms that everyone has links on. I have not built any PBN links to this domain so we can exclude that as an issue.

    What i noticed since i have started building the links is that the pages that have the least amount of links are picking up larger amounts of keyword rankings for long tails and etc.

    I have been in the industry long enough to know the links i am building are valuable to my SEO campaign and shouldn't hurt my rankings in any way. What i am wondering at this point is that googles latest self learning algo might be applying some kind of page by page sandbox to those pages who have a few more links.

    Note: On page seo is great (optimizations, internal link building, schema, code, content and etc.)

    What are your thoughts on this issue?

    Thanks,

    Jacker818
     
    Last edited: Aug 8, 2017