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Link Juice / Backlinks question

Discussion in 'Black Hat SEO' started by WeWontBeAlone, Feb 10, 2017.

  1. WeWontBeAlone

    WeWontBeAlone Regular Member

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    So I currently have two domains, here's a bit of back information about each

    First domain, used for about 6-7 months, made me about 3-4k a month from ad revenue. Got hit with a DMCA complaint in like mid november. I instantly decided to register a new domain and put my website on that new domain and 301 redirect my old domain (the one that was making all the money) to the new domain, thinking this would work. It didn't.

    Second domain, I purchased this domain and did SEO on it for 3 months. I saw some results but it was very small and not making me much money. I was disappointed so I tried some other methods.

    The first method I tried was using the original domain and adding a subdomain to it. This method worked pretty well, but within 3-4 days it got hit with another DMCA complaint forcing me to rethink my strategy.

    I decided it was worth another try and so I've done another subdomain, and 301 redirected all of my domains to this new subdomain. It's ranking pretty good except for in the UK and Canada.

    Now, the question I have is, is building backlinks to the subdomain a bad idea? I've got 301 redirects from the root domain to the subdomain (so if you went to, for example mywebsite.com it will redirect to subdomain.mywebsite.com) and I've redirected all of the other domains/subdomains to this subdomain as well.

    I assume in the future this subdomain will be hit with a DMCA complaint as well, so would it be beneficial to build backlinks to the root domain? Also, I built tons of backlinks to my *second* domain which also redirects to the subdomain now, is that juice passing?

    I'm just not sure where the best area is to build backlinks too, and how the link juice will pass
     
  2. soccerlover

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    One thing is sure, it will get DMCA again.
    Yes, it is worth trying if you earn a good amount in short span of time.
    But lots of work would be there mate :(
     
  3. WeWontBeAlone

    WeWontBeAlone Regular Member

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    I've had many DMCA complaints over the years, kind of easy to avoid I just subdomain/301 redirect/reindex after 1-2 days and good to go, it's worth it for the money but I want to continue building backlinks I just don't know what domain to point them to :s
     
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  7. marcuses

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    i think you should start building the backlinks to the subdomain, as the original domain has been hit by DMCA , you building links for it does not make it stronger, so i don't think your links are getting more juice power from it than before,