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Discussion in 'Black Hat SEO' started by Ed4252, May 15, 2015.

  1. Ed4252

    Ed4252 Power Member

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    Just checking if there's a possibility of negative seo to the money seo with this..
     
  3. pxoxrxn

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    Its called a naked link when your anchor is your URL. You want to aim for high % of naked links to your website, with diversity. Don't build 5000 links that are www.yahoo.com, make some of them yahoo.com some http://www.yahoo.com ect...

    I might also add that you should be too concerned about negative SEO, especially if you're building links from Web 2.0s.
     
  4. shoppingneed

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    you'll get negative SEO I think
     
  5. accelerator_dd

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    If the setup is tier2 ----> web2.0 ----> money site, it makes no sense why you would link from tier2 to web2.0 with the moneysite as an anchor. I wouldn't do it.
     
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    Do either of you know anything about SEO in the slightest? Or can either of you explain the negative effect this will have?
     
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    I would use the tier 1 url as the anchor on tier 2, not the way you do which looks irrelevant.
     
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    I think you missunderstood him, what he is trying to do is to use link as an anchor text but actually link to another website
     
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    When someone tries to act smart or dumb, Micky will find you and kill you :p
     
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    It won't give you any benefit. The benefit your web 2.0 receives from your tier 2 is just the link juice. It doesn't matter if your anchor is your moneysite - If anything, it will result in a weaker link because the anchor would be very irrelevant. Your tier 2 link profile should stand to boost your tier 1 as if your tier 1 is a money site. That's what makes a good tier 1.
     
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    it won't have any positive or negative effects, so i don't see any reason why you'd do that.
     
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    You would most probably break the time-space continuum.
     
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    Or, at the very least, make you think twice about what you posted. :D