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Using GSA SER against your direct organic backlinks

Discussion in 'Black Hat SEO' started by cooper1210, Sep 14, 2016.

  1. cooper1210

    cooper1210 Regular Member

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    OK,

    Let's say we have a fairly solid backlink from a reasonably reputable organic source. Would there be any harm on using GSA SER against that particular link to build up the link juice?

    Thanks in advance
     
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    jacker818 Power Member

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    If you don't know what your doing then yes.
     
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  3. cooper1210

    cooper1210 Regular Member

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    I wouldn't go so far to see that I don't know what I'm doing. That's quite a blunt saying...

    If I explain my question further, the way I would see it, the stronger the organic link, the more of an effort I would make to 'beef' that link up? I.e. if it were an extremely credible source/page, and my link/page was the main feature, I would send a lot of link juice to that via. a Web 2.0 network. Whereas, if it's a just a half decent "Tier 2" link, I would be inclined to fire up GSA SER against it?

    I've got a domain a couple of years old now, it's a hobby that's now turning into quite a profitable venture and I have various organic links scattered around the place. I'm just thinking that instead of building up a PBN or a layer of Web2.0s etc, I can just use what's currently out there and prop up these other links dotted about?
     
  4. 710fla

    710fla Jr. VIP Jr. VIP

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    You can use GSA directly just stick to English, French, and Spanish websites, or only English if you really want to be safe.

    And make sure the OBL isn't crazy high if your using blog comments and such. After a certain point if there's hundreds of OBL on a page there is little to no "link juice".