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Linkbuilding for Dummies...

Discussion in 'Black Hat SEO' started by improvman, Nov 14, 2011.

  1. improvman

    improvman Newbie

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    In the last month, I have built over 18,000 high PR links to my site.

    I have also experienced some serious Google dancing (not that I wasn't expecting it). Although I do have an established site...

    Is there a point where you are actually building too many links (even if they are relevant and high quality) that Google penalizes you? I am not talking about spam links or ones that disappear as fast as you can make them. I mean really quickly indexed high PR links that are there to stay.

    You hear all these stories of people scraping 100,000+ links/month and being legitimately sand-boxed and then coming back at the top of the SERP's and I was just wondering if there is ever a time when you don't need to build links at this rate anymore if you are in this situation?

    Also, in my particular situation, should I slow down with my link building, or will the dance eventually just stop by itself if I continue building 20,000 high quality links a month??

    Thanks
     
  2. upl8t

    upl8t Regular Member

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    You can't ever really quit building links or content. Links vanish and the competition doesn't sleep. Eventually yours positions start to deteriorate. Keep building and Google thinks you're real.
     
  3. littlemc

    littlemc Junior Member

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    i agree with upl8t
    some sites have over 1m backlinks, and most of them garbage but they are at #1 on the big G
    there is no such point to stop working on seo, in any moment a competitor can overrank you