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What will be the quickest way to manually build effective 1st tier links?

Discussion in 'Black Hat SEO' started by TheGamer, Jun 12, 2013.

  1. TheGamer

    TheGamer Regular Member

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    Hi guys

    I have never done manual link building. I have got a few helpers to do first tier link building. I really want to create high quality 1st tier links. Which websites should I get them started on?

    Another quick question would be If I ask them to create tumblr blog or wordpress, should we post the subsequent links on that blog too or just leave the old ones and keep creating new ones. My ideal plan is to to just limit 1st tier to High PR links however its not always that easy to get high ranked websites to post links on :(.

    Thanks all
     
  2. Jacal

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    I'm actually doing the same at the moment, my first ever manual first tier. This isn't yet tried and tested by me but is what I'm doing:

    Which sites to get started on:

    Can't post links but search for threads by phpbuilt - new-web2-0-blog-list-over-100-updated is the name, that's what I'm using and its in PR order to boot.

    Don't understand the second part of your post fully, but I assume you mean should you post more links back to the same site from the same web 2.0. The general consensus from my research is no more than two per tier site to your main money site, usually with an outbound link to an authoritative source (Wikipedia, etc). In my strategy, I'm making at least five posts on each property as I reckon they'll have more chance of hanging around, but only linking to my money site twice on each.

    When I've gone through the top ten on that list I start over with a new Web 2.0 and apply the same principles - two links max on each but five posts. This works well for me because I have a number of sites in the same niche and can effectively create a natural looking Web 2.0 with links to five different sites (not the same OB links on every Web 2.0 - no footprints).

    Other than that, make sure the content is manually written - shouldn't be a problem as you have helpers. I write it all myself - its a pain but I think it should be relatively safe over the longer term.
     
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  3. TheGamer

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    Thanked. Thanks for giving all the details! Btw that not more than two links from each Web 2.0 sounds really good. I will definitely keep that in mind when showing them how to do it. Thanks mate.
     
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    Manual link building is much hard but I hope it works great.
     
  6. TheGamer

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    Yeah it is but I am thinking of only asking them to do 10-20 1st tier links and then I will just bombard tier 2 with MS :)
     
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    Web 2.0 Links with Content Posts..2-3 Posts in each Web 2.0 in which 1 Post will have Link of your site..Doc Share Links same way..plus Article Links are also Good..and best practices..
     
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    This is exactly what I am doing, then blasting them with UD & GSA.

    It's a lot more work, but in the long run I think it will be worth it.
     
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    Snort do you think 15-20 good quality tier 1 links is enough for one article? How many would you recommend? keeping in mind that i will bombard these with then lot of links using Magic Submitter
     
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    you need also 1 tier low quality backlinks to look more natural.
     
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    Low quality links don't make you look natural. Why would someone add a blog comment (without seo in mind) naturally on a blog post that has 2344 pharma/porn/gambling comments?