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Need some link diversity, any recommendations?

Discussion in 'Black Hat SEO' started by vinogradov, May 6, 2014.

  1. vinogradov

    vinogradov Junior Member

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    I think I have 80% or so do--follow links on my money site. Can anybody recommend a good service to use to diversify my do/no follow ? I need high quality links like web 2.0's .
     
  2. PrinceVisi

    PrinceVisi Elite Member

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    Are you ranking enough on Google for your keywords?

    If Yes, then what the problem. You have more then enough No-Follow links.
     
  3. vinogradov

    vinogradov Junior Member

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    I think I could be ranking better If I adjusted my ratio's.
     
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    No, you would be ranking better if you got more quality backlinks.
     
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    moeratpew Newbie

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    Get way more no follows. 80% do follows in not natural in my opinion
     
  6. Argoss

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    I don't personally think you need to focus on getting more no-follow links right now. Just focus on getting high quality links in general...a good mix of both going forward.

    If you really want no-follow links, a lot of blogs will allow comments and tend to have their links set to no-follow.
     
  7. DiggitySEO

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    I have many sites ranking first page (some in the #1 slot) with 99% do-follow links. So far, in my opinion, this isn't something that Google looks at. Although, I agree from a hypothetical standpoint, more no-follows would be more natural looking.

    If you're looking for powerful no-follow links:

    - YouTube
    - High PR relevant blog comments (PR6+)