Discussion in 'Black Hat SEO' started by GalaxyRank, Sep 6, 2014.
what do you think to use wiki links for tier 2 ?
It would work fine I think, but the majority of these Wikis are nofollow right now.
That would be a nice tier 2
make to send enough wikis to each tier 1
like 10 or 20 for every tier 1
Don't use wiki links as tier 2 links. Why? Because they are no-follow links and any links you build to them would go to waste because they won't channel the link juice to the first tier links.
It would be better to use wiki links to fill your third tier, as they are no follow, use some do follow links on the second tier (blog comments, different we 2.0 properties from the ones on your first tier etc.)
@OP: Don't take risk of getting under the radar of Google. Sending bunch of no-follow links to your first tier web2.0 can harm your money site. Always use it on 3/4 tiers.
don't build shitty links to tier 1 links ,shitty tier 2 links will harm your ranking in same way as bad tier 1 links.senuke work the best for tier 1 and tier 2.dont spam your tier 1 links or you will lose your work.
What about do-follow wiki's
there are services in the marketplace which offers do-follow wiki''s
Don't use wiki links as tier 2 links.Because they are no-follow links and any links you build to them would go to waste because they won't channel the link juice to the first tier links.so use do follow-links.
There is nothing wrong with wiki links. They are a cheap way to diversify anchor text ratio towards your tiers. Just dont build links to them. Web 2.0 is better though
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