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Is this a way to avoid a Google Penalty for unnatural backlinks?

Discussion in 'Black Hat SEO' started by b.one, Dec 11, 2011.

  1. b.one

    b.one Regular Member

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    Hi everyone,

    Few months ago I had a strong Google penalty -50 for an important site of mine. I've really worked hard on it, and I was destroyed when it collapsed in the SERP. It was a penalty -50, and Google wrote me in my "WebmasterTool Inbox" it was a problem of unnatural backlinks. YES, I've bought links, but on HIGH QUALITY sites, paying them a lot, and putting them in a natural way. But this wasn't enought.

    As you know, in some fields, it's impossibile to work only with quality contents, you need backlinks, and nobody links them. Anyway, to avoid the MINUS 50 penalty, I cleaned everything, and, after 6/7 requests by webmaster tool, I succeeded. The site hasn't the MINUS 50 now.

    The problem is: how to improve my serp position NOW? No Backlinks, No traffic, No Money. I can't risk so much, I can't get another MINUS 50 Penalty. So, I'm looking for a way to buy links, BUT, avoiding penalties.

    An idea I've is: ok, I need to buy links, but I don't link my site directly (so Google can find them easily), but I link a REDIRECT SERVICE, and it redirect the link to my website. I know, I lose a bit of power, but I risk really less because it's not easy for Google to understand who links the site and if it's a natural backlink or not.

    WHAT DO YOU THINK ABOUT IT? Could be a solution, a way to risk less, or it can't work? Just your opinion, it's important for me ;)

    Thanks in advance!
    B.one
     
  2. testdrive

    testdrive Regular Member

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    If you are thinking that a redirect cannot be seen and smelled by BIG G then you are completely wrong. A 301 redirect can/might achieve your purpose but doing it as a sole source of your backlinks will definitely trigger another flag.
     
  3. DamageX

    DamageX Elite Member

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    Yep, you'll likely get slammed by another penalty.

    Have you considered buying some link pyramid services from members on here?
     
  4. b.one

    b.one Regular Member

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    Thanks for your opinion.

    No no! It would be stupid having only links with 301 redirect! But, I can get links from HIGH PR Network for example with this way, and then build links in different ways, without redirect and absolutely white hat!
     
  5. poshtiger

    poshtiger Registered Member

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    I agree with testdrive...

    IMO the only way out is whitehat...

    Guest blogs
    Directories
    Manual blog comments
    Press releases

    Exensive & time consuming but it's the way it goes..
     
  6. b.one

    b.one Regular Member

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    It's a nice way and I'm doing something like it (backlinking guest posts), but.. it's not enough in my niche! :S
     
  7. b.one

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    You are right, but my idea is whitehat + blackhat redirected...
     
  8. DamageX

    DamageX Elite Member

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    It's not about it being enough or not, it's about you diversifying your incoming links so that your bought ones don't stand out like a sore thumb.
     
  9. b.one

    b.one Regular Member

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    Absolutely. As I wrote, the high value redirected links wouldn't be the only way, just 1 way, and I want your opinion about it :)
     
  10. pasenseoso

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    Guest blogging should be considered.

    Consider slowing down your link building campaign and speed it up some time..

    submit to articles directories (quality article directories and do it manually)

    be social. :) Use twitter and facebook. Traffic quality may be low but at least google will find your site having been visited often. :) remember that google is pushing +1 right?
     
  11. monk13

    monk13 Power Member

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