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PBN services for Tier 2

Discussion in 'Black Hat SEO' started by xplosiv, Apr 14, 2016.

  1. xplosiv

    xplosiv Power Member

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    Hey guys,

    I've been busy rounding up quite a lot of quality profile links and I'm almost done. Now I know it's going to be difficult to get them indexed, but they weren't built using spun content - and the content that's on the profiles are fairly substantial compared to most people, as well as unique.

    As we all know, using GSA/xrumer is another headache and I'd prefer to avoid blasting these sites with a bunch of crappy links (and because they're even harder to index).

    I would instead prefer to power them up with some PBN links en masse to get them picked up fast as well as transfer some good link juice.

    I've been looking through the marketplace, but haven't really found anything just yet (I recall some but can't find them at the moment).

    Basically, I need a service that will:


    • Build naked links to about 40 different profiles
    • Have enough links pointing to each profile to give them some decent link juice, probably around 5-10 each

    I can list services as I research more into this here, or if you have any suggestions please drop some links and results.

    Thanks everyone.
     
  2. redrays

    redrays Regular Member

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    You're going to have a very hard time finding something good. I've tested a few of the Tier 2 PBN packages, and they were not worth the money. The tests were done on blog style Web 2.0s, so while not exactly the same I'd say similar enough to your situation. My stuff was already indexed, and I'm guessing these links would index a decent % of your profiles, but the PBN links passed barely any juice. There have been a few decent threads on here on the topic, and the consensus is that the domains these vendors are using just get deindexed too fast to make a real impact. IMO, your best bet is SER or a Web 2.0 tool.
     
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  3. xplosiv

    xplosiv Power Member

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    Damn, well I suspected as much. The decent PBN's cost a pretty penny and it seems like web 2.0's need to be aged fairly well in order to do much of anything. I'll just have to look at some indexers and perhaps blasting the properties like its 2009 might help move the needle a notch. It is a shame with the PBN's, though I wouldn't expect much from a service that charges a few bucks per link on their websites (I wouldn't give a damn either).

    At the very least, I am happy that it won't be anywhere near as easy for some ass wipe to try and blast my website with exact match links, even though they show up ahrefs faster than they get indexed on google.
     
  4. 710fla

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    Was just about to say this. They did not pass any noticeable juice to any of my web 2.0 since my keywords didn't show any improvement.

    To index the tier 1 properties I personally use GSA to build 15-20 blog comments. Just make sure your settings are set to filter out spammed domains.

    That will get them indexed no problem, always works for me.

    I wouldn't flat out blast your tier 1 web 2.0s either, you could always use RankerX or TurboWeb to build high authority tier 2 links and then blast that tier with contextual GSA links.

    I've been meaning to try PR Jacker since it allows you filter out GSA target sites by other metrics like PA. I feel that it would let me post straight to my tier 1 links. Just keep the daily links low to make it look a bit more natural.
     
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  5. redrays

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    This is pretty solid advice.

    Don't use PR Jacker, it's having a lot of issues and the developer isn't responding to email / PM / etc. I think GSA has a product that does something similar, though not 'on the fly' like PR Jacker used to.
     
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  6. redrays

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    If you're gonna blast, do it on some profiles you don't care much about first and see how they respond. It sounds like you've spent some time on these, and it'd be a shame to lose them.
     
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  7. xplosiv

    xplosiv Power Member

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    It might pay to split these up into groups. Inevitably I had built some tier 1s with nofollow links so once I sort them out I'll split them into 2 groups to see what works best. I have someone that builds decent comment links that seem to get indexed fairly quickly, I just don't have time to scrape for hours on end and would rather pay someone that has a system in place.

    So comment links and GSA contextuals sounds like my best choices so far, since good PBN links would be far too expensive. I'll post later once I've dug up some services that could do with some testing for actual results.
     
  8. redrays

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    I've heard that a handful of decent comments do the trick, but I haven't tested it myself. As for GSA platforms, there are a few decent posts over on their forum about the best ones to use. PM me if you have trouble finding it.