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No rank changing.. google does not respond to links

Discussion in 'Black Hat SEO' started by unkn0wn, May 25, 2010.

  1. unkn0wn

    unkn0wn Junior Member

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    Hey!


    At the begining of May, the SERPs changed daily. If I builded some new links, linkwheels the SERPs went up, or some times down. But last 10 days there is no change whatever I do...I have builded many links, and some of them are shown in Webmasters tools, but SERPs havent changed nothing.

    This problem is not on one domain only, but on all Iam optimising.
     
  2. Sky Knight

    Sky Knight Junior Member

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    I have the same problem too.My site suddenly stop moving up and I'm not sure this is new or not. I suspect that this has something to do with anchor text and link variety. I use Senuke which has limit set of site to submit to and this could cause a problem.
     
  3. unkn0wn

    unkn0wn Junior Member

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    Are we the only one with this problem?:S
     
  4. seomusic

    seomusic Regular Member

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    just keep doing a lot of one way backlinks but don't overdo it. other wise the situation goes worst.
     
  5. seojumper

    seojumper Regular Member

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    I too ussually get results for new links after 4-5 week as the poster above said.
     
  6. ru ru

    ru ru Junior Member

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    from my experience, i normally wait for 3 weeks until i see some result. especially when the keyword is pretty competitive
     
  7. Ramsweb

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    I used to see a lot of fluctuations for links as and when they get indexed but of late that has not been the case. I am seeing backlinks being indexed but not much of a change in SERP's. I guess it depends on the type of backlinks you are getting.

    I wrote a couple of Ezine articles and jumped 10 places but there were about 50 profile links that got indexed over the past few days and the rank didn't move at all. The had a big shake up when the MayDay Update came out and there was a pretty serious link devaluation. I think sites that were dependent heavily on links like comment spam or profile links might have got hit badly.

    Try to do more and more of good backlinking if you want to see results quick. The easier it is to get a backlink, the lower the effect it will have, at least that is the way it has been for me.
     
  8. J0kerz

    J0kerz Supreme Member

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    I am constating the same thing on ALL of the website I am SEOing. I would like to know what is going on recently.

    Anyone else experiencing this?
     
  9. Micallef

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    Google responds well to high PR links without the nofollow tag attached to them. If the links are from relevant sources, the effect will be greater. The elasticity of the response will depend primarily on your website's trust-rank.

    Because article sites and web 2.0 properties come with higher trust-rank, they traditionally respond more directly than owned domains.
     
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