Discussion in 'Black Hat SEO' started by UnDerDoG81, Dec 12, 2012.
Considering you are targetting the german market with a german site I would advice you to do the following.
- Create 1 german web 2.0 blog every day/week/ 2 weeks whatever fits for you best. Be sure to use a .de blog ( as this will greatly boost you in google.de ) and write your unique content in german. I useally create 3-5 pages per blog and add a lot of video's, pictures, polls and other widgets to make it look as natural as possible.
- Than for the second tier use GSA to build related backlinks to your first tier. I use the following modules for this: Article, Social network, web 2.0 & bookmarks. You can use a english spun article here.
- For tier 3 spam the second tier backlinks with scrapebox to make sure they get indexed. You can also use a indexing service as tier 3 as the only purpose of this tier is to index the second tier.
I use this method with great succes. I have only been able to build 10 first tier blogs 2 months ago and didn't create anymore lately because I didn't have anytime. But on all my keywords I have atleast one of the web 2.0 blogs ranking on the first page, on 1 keyword I have spot #3, #4 & #5 with the first tier blogs. The money site is ranking on ~page 2 for most keyword because it only has 10 backlinks from the first tier.
I want my moneypage to rank, but I want it to rank for the long term. If I want I could treat the moneypage as a first tier blog and have it ranking on page 1 by now. But this would be incredibly dangerous and there would be a great chance that it would be punished by google, as its not smart to build many backlinks to a new site. Where on the other hand I can build thousands of backlinks to the blogs because they already have authority and even if they get punished I don't really care as I only spend 1 hour max on them.
So I'd rather build backlinks to my moneypage slowly to be 100% sure it won't get punished by any future updates and spend most backlinks on the first tier, which will result in ranking my money page in the future.
Ah ok now I understand. Thanks!
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