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What does "Drip Feed" mean?

Discussion in 'BlackHat Lounge' started by and5rey, Feb 7, 2015.

  1. and5rey

    and5rey Regular Member

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    I wonder what does "drip feed" mean with the SEO PBN packages? If the drip feed is 5 days, does it mean that each new blog post with link will be published after 5 days? Am I correct?
     
  2. Lauriat

    Lauriat Power Member

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    In link building drip feed means that your links are built/placed over particular amount of time, like 1 month.

    You buy 100 links and instead of placing them all in 1 day, you drip feed them evenly over 30 days.

    It is usually done to don't raise red flags by search engines.
     
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    Bestindabiz Regular Member

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    Yes it just means a slower process such as a dripping faucet.
     
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    nomansohail Regular Member

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    what the people above said, they do this proccess so that it looks that you got these links naturally and didnt pay someone to create them all in one day!
     
  5. and5rey

    and5rey Regular Member

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    OK, thank you guys for explaining me that.

    How high drip feed would you recommend for links from 100 blogs? What about 10 days?