Discussion in 'Black Hat SEO' started by LinkWorld, Jul 29, 2017.
I would like to know your favorite link building methods and which hat you should prefer FIRST?
Hitting it big with a viral post and getting free links from blogs that will in turn repost to social media and get even more exposure.
guestposts .. but this is a lot of work
I've been having a lot of success with spinning articles, editing them and including my anchor text then manually posting them to various platforms. It's a bit tedious, but my stick rate is really high and it doesn't take me terribly long to do.
I'm interested in doing more automation, but I'm kind of obsessive about the quality of what points to my sites (probably to a fault). It has served me well so far. I plan to test out spinning an article I find, editing it, then just trying some sentence rewriting and some synonym replacement to see if I can reliably get a good article out of it.
If not, I'll just continue doing what I do. I use tools like GSA content generator to help put together some base articles for me to human edit. That's nice because it will fetch and insert videos and pictures for me and I can also have it insert links if I want it to.
I'm currently testing a few link providers on here to see what their stuff looks like and how well it works. I might use their services for my tier 2 and point it to the stuff I make for tier 1.
guest posting is the most effective
Guest Posting sites still work better than other kinds of links but if you are a starter you can try with some Quality PBN Links and social media networks.
Just like the others, my number one is doing guest post outreach and of course, internal linking.
My favorite one is when I get links naturally. It usually takes a website that really adds value and some social interactions so that people start talking about it. Then it is pretty nice to see your wevsite recommended on the top websites in your niche.
Otherwise guest posts, pbn, web2.0's depending on niche, website and kw difficulty.
Slow, steady and manual for me. Mixed in with social signals.
Guest posts are the most guaranteed but is slow and takes a lot of leg work.
Content marketing combined with Outreach/PR is a close second.
Both take high levels of effort and quality, but the reward is worth it. It is easier if you have money to pay someone to do it for you of course.
Use PBN ******** and great get number of nofollow links
Can you give example of such platforms?
Guest post,PBN blog post will make good effects
IMO Guest post & Editorial sites
As others pointed out, guest posting will be the favorite. The main reason is that they are very interesting to handle and it will be worth waiting to get results.
Outreaching to bloggers, negotiating with them for publishing our articles is really very cool when you know how to play it. You will get a whole lot of benefits if done properly.
Editorials is a different game and need more research for completing the work. But it's worth trying too.
Sure! Tumblr, WordPress.com, Weebly, Pen.io, etc. All your standard 2.0s.
Start off with PBNs as they are easier and cheaper to build, then once I start ranking and making cash invest in more whitehat methods such as guest posting to replace the PBNs over time.
Guest posts, testimonials, broken links, resource pages on relevant domains work well for me.
Here How I Build Links Step By Step
1. Social Signal For Natural Indexing
2. Web 2.0 Tier 2 Tier 3
4. Expired Web 2.0
5. Diversify links (Profile, Niche Relevant Blog Comment, Infographic, PDF, Audio, Video)
6. Guest Post
7. Editorial or PR
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