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What do you consider too fast and too slow?

Discussion in 'Black Hat SEO' started by CSSteelHard, Mar 3, 2016.

  1. CSSteelHard

    CSSteelHard Newbie

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    For a new domain that is.What do you consider to be too fast in terms of link building that can get you sandboxed, but at the same time what do you consider to be too slow to show any results
     
  2. blackbeans

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    The problem with your question is there is really no one-size-fits-all answer.

    It depends on your niche.

    It depends on the quality of websites linking to your new websites.

    You have to understand that there are many new websites out there that almost automatically get thousands, if not hundreds of thousands, of quality links starting at the gate.

    I'm telling you right now, Google is not going to penalize those websites just because they got this huge avalanche of backlinks so quickly.

    It appears that Google has a more contextual approach to determining whether link-generation patterns are natural or unnatural.

    The bottom line is focus on building a quality site.

    Focus on earning links from quality sites and blogs in your niche.

    If you are able to do that then you should be good to go.