Discussion in 'Black Hat SEO' started by Warrior 66, Apr 7, 2011.
Can someone explain what is link pyramid..is it a legitimate link building strategy??
What is legitimate link building strategy?
According to whom it is legitimate?
Link pyramid is simply building a layered linking structure.
Like a layer of web 2.0 properties linking to your money site.
Then a layer or articles linking to your web 2.0 followed by
layer of Xrumer profile links linking to articles and followed by
Scrapebox spam comments pointing to Xrumer profile links.
Each layer below money site the lower the bigger and links are
getting crappier and crappier.
This just the one possible structure of course.
So let me get this straight : you own 70 domains as per your post here and you don't know what link pyramids are ?
I do know the answer and a lot of other ''action takers'' know the answer ...
you just need to try it to see for yourself
Link pryamid's are the basic backlinking structure you can create for your money site.. if you want to maximize your backlnk effects you need to make a crazy mini net design of links (in my opinion). just trial and error and see what works for you.
He actually said 17.
When I had only 17 domains I didn't know about link pyramid either.
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The foundation of your link pyramid are your base links. Like an actual pyramid, the foundation is the largest part of the structure.
Base links are links from niche article sites, social bookmarking sites, blog comments, deep inner pages, etc. In other words, base links are lower quality links.
It's important that you have a lot of these links than any other kind of links, because Google's algorithm thinks that this is "natural." So you want to make sure your link pyramid has a solid foundation of base links.
The next level of our link pyramid are your mid-grade links. These are links from web sites that have more authority than the sites mentioned previously, but still may not be top-notch sites.
For example, sites that re-use EzineArticles content, mini sites and sales letter sites.
Mid-grade sites usually have a fair amount of backlinks to them , so they have a bit of authority. That's why Google counts links coming from mid-grade sites more individually valuable than base site links.
Of course, that also means that you don't need as many links from mid-grade sites as you do from base link sites.
For most long-tail keywords, you don't even need these highest-quality link in your link pyramid. You can usually rank just fine with the base links and mid-grade links.
However, when you're aiming higher, you need to collect them. "Highest-quality links", mean links from sites that already have a lot of links aimed at them. In Google's eyes, site with a lot of links aimed at them have "authority", and anyone these "authority sites" link to must also be important.
The good news about getting highest-quality links is that a few links can make a big difference. So while these links are more difficult to acquire, you don't need nearly as many of them to rank well for your keywords.
If you want excellent rankings in Google, it's important that your link pyramid look natural. That means having a large number of base links, a lesser number of mid-grade links, and a few top-quality links.
Hope this helps
I havent heard of a link pyramid either
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