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Looking for tutorial how to do contextual tier 2 and tier 3 backlinks in GSA

Discussion in 'Black Hat SEO' started by Mebn, Aug 2, 2017.

  1. Mebn

    Mebn Registered Member

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    Every tutorial that I found is outdated and only about basic functions of GSA. Have anyone good tutorial about GSA?
     
  2. Shaunm

    Shaunm Jr. VIP Jr. VIP

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    I have a fair few GSA SER Tutorials online now but not sure if any are exactly what you are after.

    My personal opinion is that using nothing but links from SER is 99% dead now as Penguin 4 has caused a whole bunch of problems with the tool. I do have one page out of a batch of 20 that was using SER only links that is climbing slowly, I have a few pages with manual web 2/RX links as T1 with SER as T2/3 climbing but my best performing pages are T1 manual web 2.0, T2 RX, T3 SER contextuals, T4 SER non-contextuals.

    Pretty sure there is something in the Penguin 4 algo that is tracking the uptime of the links, contextual SER domains go on and offline multiple times per day for a number of reasons so its as it they are discounted from the pages link graph well before any juice can be created and pushed to the money site.

    Theres a number of threads over on the GSA forum from the past few month from members who are experienced with the tool saying how they are moving on to using different things. The lower down the tiers you move SER, the more links it needs to build meaning the less projects you can run at once and the higher your cost will be for servers and things like that.
     
  3. FORSAK3N

    FORSAK3N Junior Member

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    The reason they are outdated is google has worked it out ...