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Discussion in 'White Hat SEO' started by FormerBoxer, Nov 8, 2015.

  1. FormerBoxer

    FormerBoxer Regular Member

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    Hi, I got a link on Huffinton. Should I build links to my Huffington post? If so what kind of links would be best to increase my rankings? Thanks
     
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    Definitely not.
     
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  3. Techyboy

    Techyboy Registered Member

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    That's great. may i know the link please and seller name
     
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    pruntyoke Registered Member

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    "Definitely not."
    Why not?
     
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  5. CoolOS

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    Probably, it's better to use your money, time (time=money) and efforts to build backlinks pointing to your own website...
     
  6. pruntyoke

    pruntyoke Registered Member

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    Ok, I thought a Huffpost link is a good tier1 link.
     
  7. greenlabelseo

    greenlabelseo Regular Member

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    Don't risk building links to it. It can get removed and contributor account banned. Better share it on social networks!
     
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    It is unnatural and I'm pretty sure useless too.
     
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    I've built a few social signals, especially like and share button activity to authority links before without trouble... but doing a large scale T2 link push isn't needed. You could if you really insist, but it exposes a good link to extra risk for fairly small gain.

    -ThopHayt
     
  10. Cool Guy

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    Link from Huffpost is waste...I have got huff links but never seen any change in rankings.
     
  11. ThopHayt

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    Huff is still a good link... but lets face it, there are a LOT of guys selling links on it and that has to effect its value. Still a very good link, no doubt.

    -ThopHayt
     
  12. qlithe

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    If you care about it, treat it like your money site. Build some high quality buffer sites (like web 2.0s) and blast them instead
     
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    If the huff article is actually do-index and do-follow then huff will link to them internally from one of their sections. It will build plenty of internal links and gain PA after a month or two. No need to spam it with tier 2 or 3 links.
     
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    If you're talking about manual high DA links, yes. Social is also okay but you must watch out for footprints. Generally, you should drip feed those links over a period of time.

    And you should only do it if you got links from a post that has been widely shared, and is written by a respected contributor.

    Yes, it's a good tier 1 link.

     
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    rajesharm Newbie

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    If you purchased that link from seller then may be you get cheated because those links are not indexing.

    If the links are not indexing then there is no value of it.

    kindly check if your link is indexed in google.
     
  16. Johnww562

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    There are plenty of index ******** huff links. They are definitely harder to get than the noindex versions but they are definitely available.