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Question about tier 1 links

Discussion in 'Black Hat SEO' started by mynameis940, Oct 27, 2013.

  1. mynameis940

    mynameis940 Power Member

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    Hi,

    I'm learning SEO and I was wondering, how to find tier 1 links for my website? After a lot of reading, researching, I decided to build tier 1 links manually and then tier 2/3 using automated tools. However, I am struggling to find any information how to find tier 1 backlinks.

    Thanks in advance!
     
  2. RightInTwo

    RightInTwo Power Member

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    Take a look around the BST threads and look at some of the services on this forum. There are a couple of great services and link networks that you can use for your tier 1 links. When looking at what your tier 1 links will be, just be sure that they are relevant and contextual.
     
  3. mynameis940

    mynameis940 Power Member

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    What do you mean by relevant? Do you mean the websites I'm building backlinks to have to be related to the content of my website as well?
     
  4. UNCLEBUCK

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    Yes ideally niche relevant. Example your site is about "roofing" associate the links from sites about home improvements, building etc not sites about fashion or sport .. why? Because they have no relevance
     
  5. Scritty

    Scritty Elite Member Premium Member

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    I make a good %age of my tier one lnks manually now. Then use tools to syndicate the tier one content out (for tier 2) plus a bit of content curation and "mini" posts to create a decent cliack through tier 2.

    Tier 3. Just indexing now - nothing else. Bookmarks, pings stuff like that

    My long term goal is to get click through from even my second tier, and for that you need decent content. I automate 75% of what I do - otherwise I'd never get it done (too much "busy work" in SEO) but that doesn't mean you have to send out crap.

    My new motto is "click through"
    Serps still vital of course - But as Google are one big advertising slab on page one these days - I want click through from my links. And no-one clicks a link in a article full of gibberish.

    Scritty