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Tier 1 Back Linking Question

Discussion in 'White Hat SEO' started by JTA10, Aug 22, 2013.

  1. JTA10

    JTA10 Junior Member

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    I have a brick and mortar business which offers several services. These services have their own pages within my businesses website.

    Now, I have already built 10 tier 1 back links on the top 10 highest PR Web 2.0's available for my most primary service page and it is ranking well.

    I'm now moving onto my next service page. My question is, would you use the same Web 2.0's (with different sub domains due to the title being different i.e wordpress.abcde.com) or would you pick 10 other completely different Web 2.0's to get the domain diversity in your back link profile even though the page ranks may not be as high.

    Thanks.
     
  2. innozemec

    innozemec Jr. VIP Jr. VIP

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    pick different web2.0s for link diversity and safety if some of the sites get flagged
     
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  3. lmxftw

    lmxftw BANNED BANNED

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    be advised! most of the advice you find here is mostly for banking hard from a website and then getting rid of it

    seeing how you own a legitimate offline business you might want to try a white hat seo service or even talk to a seo company in your area and get a quote
     
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  4. black101

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    what the hell are you talking about?

    OP, you should change the web 2.0, dont always choose the same ones.
     
  5. lmxftw

    lmxftw BANNED BANNED

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    yes i bet CNN / New York Times have a web 2.0 program worked out and make their interns create new web 2.0's on a daily basis :)

    same applies to IGN / EuroGamerNews etc

    i'm curious as to how BMW/Mercedes have approached their link building ...

    should i list more ?

     
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    so, you seem to be an expert, what is they link building strategy?
     
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    lmxftw BANNED BANNED

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    i am not an expert neither did i claimed to be

    i just gave my opinion onto a thread. i am sorry that my opinion insulted you

     
  8. black101

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    i was just trying to make a point, not every on here is doing black hat.

    the companies you have mention, of course they are not going to build links like we do, for the simple reason is that they don't need to. When they started out, the brand they have nobody knew them, so if i register a name "fretigretlo" i will be number one for that name, now i put money on the advertisement, tv ads, newspaper, even have a star doing my promotion, etc... guess what will happen, my site will gain authority, ppl will talk about it, and i will gain natural backlinks.

    now, you build a new site, but no money to invest, not like a big brand, how do you think you will rank? by building links to to it, is this only short term rank? no, you can read on the forum many ppl have couple year old website still ranking.
     
  9. The SEO

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    Use different web 2.0s with unique content and relevant material, and you should also try guest posts as tier 1 links.
    Have a look on my list of 700+ web 2.0 sites
     
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  10. lmxftw

    lmxftw BANNED BANNED

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    that is not the case here. i highly doubt that the OP could keep on adding relevant content to his website on a daily basis to keep him ranking just through bh methods

    my point of view is that if you have a legitimate business you want to promote you should do it through white hat seo alone

     
  11. S1lv3rdo7

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    When you say "guest post" what are those? I'm guessing creating a post on a web 2.0 or similar blog that's not yours? How do you go about doing that, just ask the owner of the blog if you can submit a guest post? I don't see why someone in your niche would allow you to do that unless you paid them. Maybe I'm missing something here.
     
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    Which ever way I have found web 2.0 and the likes to have a high chances of attracting penalty. While it works wonderfully well, it's your choice to continue with one web 2.0 that you built in your niche or create different accounts but that would be hectic keeping track of them all. If you are following the rules of the web 2.0 you can work with just one account or if you have a sound budget you can hire a professional seo.
     
  13. JTA10

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    Thanks for the advice guys.

    I will continue creating new web 2.0's with unique and relative material so that my inner pages all have a wide variety of domains back linking to them.
     
  14. S1lv3rdo7

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    Would you link these web2.0 pages to your main url or to individual pages? I've never been able to find out which on works best for SERP rankings. I'm guessing the more articles you have to a specific keyword the more that keyword would rise in the serps.
     
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    If you use one web 2.0 then your website will be triggered as spam. So it is recommended to pick different web2.0s for link safety and diversity. Now it is up to you whether you want your website spammed or natural.