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Is lose of ranking caused by tier 2?

Discussion in 'Black Hat SEO' started by Speed23, Mar 2, 2016.

  1. Speed23

    Speed23 Regular Member

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    I bought 10k blast for 10 web2.0s. Before then, my ranking was 24, but after the blast it moved to N/A. It has been like this for 2 months.
    Should i make links on those web2.0 non-clickable and re-ping them to return my ranking or is it a bad idea.
    If you have a different thing to say, let me know.
     
  2. blackbeans

    blackbeans Jr. VIP Jr. VIP

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    I think that your ranking loss can be traced more from how you interlink your tier 2 websites.

    If you are sloppy or if you ignore certain linking rules, chances are you are putting yourself in a position where you?re building blogs and lots of links and things fall between the cracks.

    You make one small mistake and it comes back to haunt your later on.

    The better approach would be set up your tiers in such a way that the links are clearly segregated so there is no way you can cross your wires.

    The problem with buying massive link blast like you mentioned is that it?s too easy for them to duplicate entries.

    And it?s too easy for things to get knock loose and your whole SEO house of cards comes crashing down.
    This really is too bad.
    I wouldn?t want to be the guy that puts in all that work and then see all that go up in smoke.