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Questions about backlinks for Tier 1

Discussion in 'White Hat SEO' started by anhbloginc, Oct 19, 2016.

  1. anhbloginc

    anhbloginc Power Member

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    Hi,

    I've joined BHW for a while and it was helpful.

    Currently, I have a few questions that hope you guys can help me understand it further.

    The question is what do you think about tier 2? It means backlinks for tier 1.

    My case is I'm doing guest post on authority sites, relevant niche. And I want to use some kinds of high quality PBN to boost those guest posts.

    I would like to know your thoughts.

    - Is this method worth to try?
    - Does it bring a better result than regular comment links, GSA links?
    - Is the number of root domains that pointed to the guest post important?


    Also, I would like to know what do you think about the number of root domains of money site?

    - Is it important?
    - Is it worth to increase root domains by commenting around, even it's nofollow link?

    Thank you for reading.

    Hope you guys can help me :)
     
  2. PHPInjected

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    With SEO, everything is worth a try. Excluding keyword stuffing and not varying your anchor text.

    - PBN posts that have low outgoing links will always be better than random GSA links, in my opinion.
    - Yes, increasing root domains shows diversity, and that is always important.
     
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  3. anhbloginc

    anhbloginc Power Member

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    The point is I'm planning to do manual blog comment (by myself) in relevant topic to increase root domains, like several hundred links. However, these links are often nofollow.

    So the question is that worth? Because it takes times and if the benefit isn't much, I would choose another solution.
     
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    You need to do nofollow anyway, but not that many. Maybe do like 15-20 to increase the root domains and the ********/nofollow ratio. I would look for ******** posts and use those to boost your tier 1's.
     
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    No. I mean the number of root domains for money sites, which pointed directly to www.money-site.com, homepage.

    The question is that there is any big different between a money site with 100 ******** root domains, with a money site with 1k nofollow root domains.
     
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    The difference would be that some of those links are crap and another site will climb the serps that has a more powerful link set up. Loading the site with a bunch of crap links is just going to drag you down in the rankings. If you mix them in properly with the dofollows then it will be fine.
     
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    Of course, I will mix with ******** links. However, if it doesn't bring much benefit as expected, then I would choose another solution than wasting time for it.

    What is the ratio of ********/nofollow you think it's good?
     
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    There is no real good answer to that. What would work well for one site might not work as well for another. I like to try and stay at a 65-75%/25-25% ratio, but that's just what I always got at naturally without focusing too heavy on it.
     
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    Tier 2 Is Always Helpful To Boost Your Tier 1 Links And Pass More Link Juice !!
     
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    Yup, It Always Help
     
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    With SEO, everything is justified regardless of an attempt. Barring catchphrase stuffing and not changing your grapple content.

    - PBN posts that have low cordial connections will dependably be superior to anything arbitrary GSA joins, as I would like to think.

    - Yes, expanding root areas indicates differing qualities, and that is constantly imperative.
     
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    Good, you are in the right path. Links from niche relevant trusted sites can gain more trust and it drives effective SERP result.