Discussion in 'Black Hat SEO' started by Visit, Sep 29, 2016.
anyone want to keynote on this topic?
PBN linkjuice is so damn slow now
Its not slow, keyword profile back links ratio is matter nowadays.
Well isn't SEO about time anyway?
Expand on what you mean by keyword profile back links ratio means?
The new update was for local indexed websites get rid of all the crap.
So please show us the pbn update your chatting about because there aren't one so stop posting crap on here scarring others ,
There no change in any pbn strategies
it always takes time till g gives credit to links ....
I actually saw no huge SERP ranking losses or any fluctuations and my money site has links only from PBNs...
I always see some partial PBN effect within a week and full effect within a month. Haven't experimented since this new Penguin has rolled out, still waiting for dust to settle.
So if you don't see any effect from your PBN, then there are 3 possibilities. You are trying to rank some brutal keywords you simply won't rank. Or your PBN domains suck. Or you put 5 PBN links to your money site and expect top 3. Or it's a combination of all of these things.
Very useful piece of insight there.
Nice way to try to boost post count.
PBNs are dead so is Internet Marketing and everything in between
Shit, game over boyz.
Time to pack your bags and get a real job.
Just wait or get links indexed one more time.
Me too, no serp losses for now.
No PBNs are definiately not dead, just not all "SEO's" know how to use them...
Once the links are indexed, it doesn't matter how many more times you try to index them lol, they are already in the database and being evaluated; unless you are talking about building a tier 2!
you might be right , it's just me that I might not know to use them the right way , unfortunately :/
Like I PBN so hard so far the wait time is ~30 days for this ONE YT vid and still so slow for link juice in YT search, have you tried or noticed the same?
Any comments or thoughts?
This is a great thread for PBN links: http://www.blackhatworld.com/seo/pbn-linking-method-case-study-in-progress.844895/
I am currently following a similar approach, but instead of having PBNs as Tier 2, I use 2.0's.
Is Your PBN domain indexed? and what is the TF/CF ratio. These are all important factors when it comes to Link quality. You should have at least 3 pages (About, Contact, Privacy) and add niche related posts monthly. Around 500-1200 words is optimal I think. You should also diversify your anchor text, check the thread above. Good Luck
I see website getting hit for anchor text over optimization. Try to dilute your anchor text to see fast results.
The domains have high pa and da with different kinds of niche content all over the categories.
where are you going with the index idea?
You mean in majestic? Or google?
PA and DA are not very good metrics to go by, today I think that TF and CF is used a bit more.
The PBN should be indexed in google for a specific search term. Maybe try to add some tags, but not too much to avoid over optimization. I usually use the keyword I am targeting about 3 times in my articles and in the title. If you want more specific answers, provide more information, so a lot of people will be able to help, I myself am a huge beginner. Good luck
Links can get out of the index. Indexed links doesn't mean that is calculated by algo
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