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Using Domains as buffers for medium-large backlink campaign. Advice needed

Discussion in 'Black Hat SEO' started by dizen, Oct 25, 2012.

  1. dizen

    dizen Regular Member

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    Hi Folks,


    Currently I am targetting 8 Main KWs every month on mysite.com using tier 1 backlinks from 8000 domains


    However, I really need to launch much larger campaigns . I want to target 20-30 main KWs on mysite.com every month.


    So I need to use different strategy :


    My Strategy
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    1) Blast mysite.com directly with 8000 tier 1 backlinks every month (targetting 8 main KWs)
    2) Buy 2 new domains every month , setup 2 sites on those 2 domains . Each site will target 8 main KWs.
    - Blast those 2 sites with 16000 tier 1 backlinks


    - 301 Redirect those domains/sites to mysite.com at the end of each month.


    This way .. I can target 24 Main KWs every month .


    What do you guys think? Is this strategy sound ?


    Advice and suggestions please


    Thx a million
     
  2. dizen

    dizen Regular Member

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    Forgot to mention that the very important thing is I want to do it "safely" .. I want long term rankings. All 1st tier links will be done manually, dripfeeded.
    Is my strategy sound? Please refer to my 1st post in this thread.
     
  3. pj413

    pj413 Regular Member

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    IMO It'd be pretty easy for Google to see through that strategy. You might as well be linking directly to your main site if you're just 301ing all the links to your main site anyway.

    It'd probably be better if you setup a hub of different sites, then filtered the linkjuice through a Web 2.0 propertly like Squidoo. The lens wouldn't just link to your main site, but to a few different sites as well. You won't pass all your linkjuice, but it's much safer than linking directly or 301 redirecting.