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Questions about tier 1 link building.

Discussion in 'Black Hat SEO' started by jake3340, Dec 19, 2015.

  1. jake3340

    jake3340 Supreme Member

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    Hi guys I have a few questions about tier 1 link building.

    My stratagy is creating around 10 web2.0 blogs and posting content in them weekly. Eventually randomly I will drop my link to my main site in one of the articles I post.

    I am manually spinning articles making them readable and 100% unique using the best spinner.

    My question is, when pointing to the money site should I point always to the homepage or should I mix them and point to other pages ?

    Is posting content weekly a good idea ? Or could I just post all the articles at once on each web 2.0 ?

    Thanks in advance!
     
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    cspro01 Regular Member

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    if you can post 1 article per day then it would be great and it will look legit to google, but if you will post all of your artilce at once, it will look like a bot is posting them.
     
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    Aatrox Supreme Member

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    That's gonna take a lot of work. I don't put even 50% of the work you're gonna put and I still have great rankings. You can ease up a bit. And yes, you should mostly point to the site that you wanna rank, but you should add a few links to inner pages as well.
     
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    jake3340 Supreme Member

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    So what strategy would you recommend ?
     
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    Don't need to post that much article to the web2.0s since they are just tier 1.
    Update them once per week and make more web2.0 blogs than just 10. Also make some decent Tier 2 links do give them a boost in the serps.
     
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    Once you have a link from one URL within your tier one structure, the second link, even if from a different URL within that WEB2.0 site will be worth less, the third less again, until you get to a certain number and at that point you risk Google seeing your WEB2.0 structure for what it is. A 3rd party hosted PBN.
    Post to other sites as well as your own - use co-citation, post to other URL's. second links from the same new site are pretty much worthless to an individual URL.
    Avoid a structure where it's obvious the WEB2 site was created solely to provide links for your money site. Mix it up.

    http://www.demondemon.com/about-scritty/members/effective-link-building-after-penguin-2-1/


    Scritty
     
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    BuildMoreLinks Jr. VIP Jr. VIP Premium Member

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    even you put all the web 2.0's at once, they will not be indexed at the same time and get indexed by Google. So stagger your indexing of these web 2.0's.
     
  8. jake3340

    jake3340 Supreme Member

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    Some really good information in that link there. This is what I had in mind really, I wanted to create web 2.0 sites which link to not just mine but other non competing websites this is why I wanted to gradually add content to the website then eventually drop my link in one of the articles. Obviously I will mix it up with a few other types of links to the website too.