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T2 and deindexing

Discussion in 'Black Hat SEO' started by ThopHayt, Dec 28, 2015.

  1. ThopHayt

    ThopHayt Jr. VIP Jr. VIP Premium Member

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    For manually built PBNs or bribed authority-post T1's I've been playing around with different options for my T2 in an attempt to push juice, and avoid deindexing.

    What I'm trying to figure out is which strategy yields the best link juice flow for my freshly created T1's, while getting the fewest T1's deindexed. I say this because over the past 3 months deindexing of T1's has been going up universally. I'm sure many of you have seen this as well.

    So here is what I'm looking at for potential T2s: Penny bought PBN links (one tier), GSA blasts with unique articles at its first tier (3-tier), traditional web2.0 (one tier).

    I've hammered away with penny PBNs on a set of my T1s already, and have seen mixed results. What I seem to be noticing is a bounce up across the board initially and then within 2-3 weeks some deindexing. Not bad, but my T1s are expensive and I hate to see any deindexing. Right now I'm testing a "high quality" (I put this in quotes because its still a spam tool) GSA links. My gut tells me this may not fair much better, but it MAY also push more juice. Also this option is even cheaper than penny PBN links and has a multi-tier structure of its own.

    The problem always comes down to this: How much juice can I push through my T1 before I "break" it and it gets deindexed. Also note that these tests are being done on "new" T1s, which will of course increase the likelihood of deindexing as I link to them while they are fresh. But time is money. So if any of you have suggestions I'm open to hearing them.