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Discussion in 'Black Hat SEO' started by askary, Jan 31, 2016.

  1. askary

    askary Regular Member

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    Hi. So i found some guys from top 3 do this. How do you guys think is it a good idea to use public networks for diversity with brand\naked anchors? My own network for exact\lsi. For example 30 my own blogs, 30 public(from different sellers), + ~30 comments, bookmarks, etc. (I think using a lot of web2.0s and profiles as most people do are unsafe because these type of links are created in 95% only for seo purpose). This will keep my own network safe from searching with brand\naked urls. But if one of public network i use be banned(10 for instance), does it hurt my moneysite?
     
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    I like web2.0's personally and never had a problem using them.

    On my tier 1 my priority is quality of links (obviously) but also having control. I won't use any networks or services where I don't have 100% control of my links now. This means I can quickly respond to algo updates if I need to or simply remove links if they become toxic.
     
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    I've used paid PBN links on my personal sites before. If you choose quality ones and are careful with Anchors then its possible to navigate it right. More risk than your own, but blackhat IS all about risk.

    Just realize that most "one time payment" PBN links I've ever bought have died after a year or less. This is because many sellers only buy one year's hosting and then fill the sites and never bother to renew after hosting expires. Then you link dies with the hosting. So think of buying public PBN links as buying 1-year leases of temporary links.
     
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