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What tier to put these articles on?

Discussion in 'Black Hat SEO' started by Beauxy, Jul 28, 2014.

  1. Beauxy

    Beauxy Registered Member

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    I have 10-20 articles that will be OK quality when I edit them. None of them would ever pass as solid stuff to actually put on a money site. BUT, I was wondering if they could be put onto t1 web 2.0's that aim to a money site? Or should they be on t3 2.0's that point to better 2.0's? Share your knowledge please and thank you.
     
  2. manking

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    I start putting garbage on tier 2, some have had luck with tier 1 too, but I usually go with original articles for tier 1 or good quality high spun
     
  3. TrafficBoost

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    What is the PR of Tier 1 links? And also Page Quality Matters...
     
  4. SEO Power

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    Depends on the level of quality you want to maintain on the first tier. The articles are good enough to be used as tier 1 links from your description of them, but if you want to create a really high quality first tier of links, use unique articles and save the spun articles for tier 2.
     
  5. DatMoney

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    If they read well and are unique, then stick them to T1.
     
  6. Beauxy

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    Thanks guys. I appreciate the help.
     
  7. cloudyquasar

    cloudyquasar Jr. VIP Jr. VIP

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    OP- always aim for quality Tier 1 with no spun or low quality content, after all you are feeding your money site from them. Quantity and low quality can go to lower tiers...
     
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    Laubster Senior Member Premium Member

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    Agree 100%. Google is only going to get better and better at identifying trash content. Best to keep T1's safe.