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Testing Your Tier 1 Links

Discussion in 'Black Hat SEO' started by xha44a, Mar 28, 2014.

  1. xha44a

    xha44a Power Member

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    Hi,

    I've got a question hopefully for some experienced members here to see if I'm on the right track. Or anyone who knows. I did a case study on my Tier 2 links to my Tier 1 Web 2.0 network here... I'm going to let these age a little bit and do some more linking. A question I have for people is how do you know when you are ready to link out to your money site with these? Do you let them age for a few months after linking them? Keep linking? Is there any way to know when they are ready to pass the all mighty link juice?

    I'm thinking of taking a few of them and linking to a competing result on Page 2 say... to see if it pushes it a bit. I would have to manually remove the links later though. Is there any other way to do this? How do you know when they are ready to link out?

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  2. THUNDERELVI

    THUNDERELVI Elite Member

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    1. Let them age a bit, say something like 2-3 months.
    2. I tend to usually link after 5-6 posts are present in the web 2.0-s.
    3. In the meantime that you are letting them age, build Tier 2 links as much as possible to raise the PA/DA/Authority of the web 2.0-s.
    4. Last but not least, the numbers in every point above are random to keep things as natural as possible.

    Also, thanks for linking to your case study, bookmarked it!
    I haven't got much time to read it, but by the looks of the comments that I skimmed quickly it seems great.
     
  3. Troyyy

    Troyyy Newbie

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    Just found this post. I have similar questions. What time in between links. But yeah OP cover it pretty well.

    Thanks OP for sharing your case study. Im curious how it turns out