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MULTIPLE Backlinks: WIN or FAIL?!

Discussion in 'Black Hat SEO' started by toxtom, Dec 23, 2009.

  1. toxtom

    toxtom BANNED BANNED

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    Of course everyone says that it's best to get as many backlinks as possible- but as we all know that it's super hard/time consuming to get them from different IP's

    But Lets say I just buy a link on few blogs what have each 1k+ posts = that means I will have a backlink from all those pages the blog have ( like 1k ******** backlinks from one IP )
    So my question is .
    Do you think google still gives link juice for all those 1k backlinks what are at one domain or just for 1 backlink on that domain? I know it probably doesnt gives so much link juice per 1link as if there would be only 1 backlink from that domain- but still do you think it gives even a bit link juice from each of that 1k pages?
     
  2. toxtom

    toxtom BANNED BANNED

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    Bump for this, tried to search for something like this already but nothing that specific came up..
     
  3. yoyas

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    Google can differenciate between the different kind of backlink. There are some which value more than others. For example, a backlink from a forum, or a backlink in the sidebar area of a blog are not worth the same as a relevant backlink inserted in the content area.
    It is the same for your example. A backlink that is on every pages of a site is worth less than a single backlink in the page with the highest pagerank of the site.
    Also, Google only takes one of the links of any site, you have said it: 1 link per IP, so it is better for you to choose where you want that Google see that backlink than if Google chooses for you (you have the chance of be shown in the worthless page of the site)
     
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    1000 backlinks from the same domain will still pass link juice, they just won't be as effective as 1000 links from different domains/IPs.
     
  5. J0kerz

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    @Toxtom: Dont do it. I did this exact same thing using the "Top Commenters" technique. I got 4k Backlinks from 3-4 different website/IP. Google doesnt like that at all. ==> Sandbox
     
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    getting backlinks from all the same place isnt very powerful
     
  7. toxtom

    toxtom BANNED BANNED

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    u serious? :(
    I wanted to try that one as well actually and saw that some of the sites who are doing that have nice rankings but ain't sanboxed - U sure that because of that your site got sandboxed?
     
  8. Micallef

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    A sitewide will carry more ranking juice than just a single link, but only up to a point. You might get credit for 2, 5, or 10 links, nobody knows. It probably varies depending on the trust factor of the site.

    However, I do know that I have a relevent sitewide linking to one of my pages (I control both sites) and it ranks spectacularly well. I think its success is due to this relevant sitewide as there aren't many other links coming in.

    But if you get a sitewide on a PR n/a rubbish blog, it'll just look like spam. Google treats sitewide links in different ways depending on a number of factors.
     
  9. J0kerz

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    Unfortunately yes.