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Web 2.0 question for ecommerce link building

Discussion in 'Black Hat SEO' started by TacticalTechZone, Jan 2, 2014.

  1. TacticalTechZone

    TacticalTechZone Registered Member

    Jul 9, 2013
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    Internet Marketer / Xbox Modder
    New Jersey

    Basically I have 2 questions:

    1) How much / How often should you link out to your money site from your web 2 blogs

    2) If I already have a diverse anchor text profile, is it okay to blast a bunch of links for the anchor text that I'm shooting for right in a row.


    Hey guys, I'm new here and this is my first post. I've been browsing the forums for the past few days sucking up as much information as possible but I'm a bit confused on a few things.

    I understand that I should build a PBN on high authority web 2.0 sites and then backlink to those. I know you are supposed to make your links very stealth and link out to other authority broad niche sites to disguise the profile a bit.

    My question is, how much should you be linking out to your site for one particular blog. To use the dog training example you are all so fond of...

    If I'm trying to rank for "dog training" and "dog houses" should I make one blog for each keyword that I'm targeting? Or should I post to the one blog regularly and leave a link for the "dog training" anchor, wait a few posts and leave one with "click here", and then after another few more posts leave the "dog house" anchor.

    also I will be blasting these hand built tier 1's with Link Emperor and GSA each setup for 2 additional tiers each so there will be the hand built tier 1's, then a tier 2 and 3 from GSA, and tiers 2 and 3 from LE, and then indexation with guestbook comments in GSA.

    I'm also using Ultimate Demon with hand spun content to post additional web 2's which are getting pushed into my first tier and blasting with GSA as well but I am only blasting the hand built stuff in LE since it is more expensive on a monthly basis.

    If someone could comment and let me know what the hell I am doing here that would be great.

    Also, this is for an ecommerce site, so initially I was thinking of making a separate blog for each product, posting three 500 word articles, and leaving one link to the main keyword for that product and backing it up with double tier 2's and 3's with LE and GSA to make one big authority link for that product.

    and finally, if my anchor text profile is currently very diverse can I blast for a single anchor that I'm trying to rank for or should I keep it random...Is that more of an overall thing that G looks at or is this something that if I blast "dog houses" 10 times in a row I can run into trouble?

    What say ye? is this a solid SEO strategy for 2014?

    Thanks in advance for any replies.
    Last edited: Jan 2, 2014
  2. demigod888

    demigod888 Regular Member

    Jul 3, 2008
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    In theory: any of manual link-building tactics are against "guidelines" and if you will be manually reported, you should be penalized.

    If you seek for short-term victory - blast everything you have.

    If you seek for medium-term victory - make good quality tier1 and blast everything to it.

    If you seek something even more - make tier1 properties updated to look like they are linking to your money page just not too often and those properties have many outbound links to other brands/authorities. Blast links not in "Pyramid" fashion, do some randomization.

    If you seek white hat victory - invest in press releases, crazy amount of great content, make much social activity, build brand, make patents, make company....