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Thoughts on getting HQ links

Discussion in 'Black Hat SEO' started by aidenhera, Jan 25, 2017.

  1. aidenhera

    aidenhera Elite Member

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    Welcome all

    I was wondering if there are any specific kinds of links that boost your site well.

    What I have learned till now:
    - Contextual links are best.
    - Nofollow : Do-follow 60% : 40% is a good ratio.
    - As big as possible diversity on anchors and about 20% noncontextual anchors (like "click here") as well as about 20% links linking to root domain instead of niche URL.
    - Contextual Nofollow links are extremely hard to get (correct me if you know a way to do this).

    What I am wondering about:
    - Do amounts of likes/tweets/+1s of social post give any power to the link included?
    - Do social posts pass do-follow link juice?
    - Are link blasts still working and how is blasting Tier 1 different from "making Tier 2"?
    And important one:
    - How do I tell if a link is good or bad? I currently check TF but I have noticed some chinese spammy sites to have incredible high TF.

    If I am wrong in any of the above, or if you know any answer to these that would help me (and not only) in ranking then I would highly appreciate if you share your knowledge.
     
  2. djp371

    djp371 Elite Member

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    Domain is bad if most of the backlinks are from blog comments, directory and irrelevant sites then anchor text are over optimized or if you see keywords like loans, gambling or pharma because most of these are spammed. Also if the domain has spammy/gibberish content or domain was turned into something completely different like for example it was turned to chinese blog network.