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Link Juicer Negative Effect

Discussion in 'White Hat SEO' started by Longover, Nov 25, 2010.

  1. Longover

    Longover Power Member

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    I had used Link juicer about a year ago and at the beginning of this month, i decided to give it another try.

    I loaded up a few websites and some of these targeted specific pages for my websites. These pages were already ranking on page one to page 2 and 3.

    It's been about 3-4 weeks now and the effect I've seen has been a noticeable decline since I started using the service.

    Looking at my stats shows a plateau gradually rising. And then from the beginning of the month on, it started dropping. Some of the rankings dropped a few pages. Some into the hundreds.

    Anyways. I usually don't judge a service until I've used it for awhile, but this service doesn't look like it is doing any good at all.
     
  2. flaktrak

    flaktrak Power Member

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    I find that my ranking goes up after a blast but steadily decreases as the blast "wears off" by this I mean webmasters will clear out posts and profiles and then google will come back and find them gone.

    I guess the question is are you worse off than when you started or just worse off from the peak of the boost?
     
  3. Lawrencess

    Lawrencess Junior Member

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    Ranking is not a ratchet system. As you increase SERP rank, you do not stay up there just because "you made it to #2"

    If you are using a service that posts volatile links, i.e. do not stay live for a long time, then you will need to constantly use that service, or one like it to maintain the boost it is providing you.

    I.e. if you blast 10k links, and 2000 of them stick. If 200 of them get removed each day, you need to blast a different 10k sites every 2 weeks to maintain the link power that took you so high in the SERPS.

    Rather than blasting, try a link wheel, or a mishmash of web 2.0 article publications that all link to your site, and then use the cheap and nasty blast services to blast huge links to your articles.
     
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  4. Longover

    Longover Power Member

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    Link juicer only uses very low quality websites. Nothing like squidoo, hub pages, or any of the more common web 2.0 sites are used.

    A lot of the sites that it posts to look like sub domains on blogs.

    As far as I could see, some people were just using this service to get links to their outer tier of properties that point to their site. For that, I think that a service like sick submitter or any of the more extensive services are better.