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When Building Link Pyraminds......??

Discussion in 'Black Hat SEO' started by Crase, Apr 6, 2013.

  1. Crase

    Crase Registered Member

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    When Building Link Pyraminds

    Should my Web 2.0s have similar keywords in their subdomain name or EMD?

    or is a Quality Article with Density enough to give my Money site some Power, and it doesn't matter what the name of my Web 2.0s are
     
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    Try to have them be similar, but exact doesn't really matter (in my opinion). For example, if your keyword is "back pain", backpain.weebly.com is obviously taken, but backpainsolutionsnow.weebly.com is probably available.
     
  3. Crase

    Crase Registered Member

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    Thanks!

    Just clear another thing up...

    Tier 3 should link to tier 2
    Tier 2 should like to tier 1
    and tier 1 should Link to my Money site?
    All through anchor text right?


    How many web 2.0s on each tier would you recommend?
     
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    yes that is correct but dont use all the same anchor text, you want it to appear natural as far as how many is up to you the more the merrier!
     
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    Pretty much, yeah.

    And it depends on a lot of things really... quality of the web 2.0s, how many links on the next tier you're sending at them, etc. The higher potential of the site = more web 2.0s and more backlinks overall.

    Jared
     
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    What would I do without this forum >___<. Thanks so much


    Any more advice on Link Building before I start this long process?
     
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    Yes, it's a long process, but well worth at the end. :)


    Few more tips for you :


    1. When you choose web 2.0s, don't just go by the PR of the root domains, also look at the interlinking opportunities available within the same domain. Sites that allow you to build independent websites for FREE usually come with zero interlinking options. On the other hand, web 2.0s like tumblr offer plenty of interlinking options.


    2. When you post articles, and if the site allows you to put tags, don't just put the exact keyword you're going after. Instead put a broader, popular keyword in your own niche. The reason is, these sites will have a very strong internal linking structure made through tag pages and those popular tag pages would have got some PR and link juice to pass. If you're targeting the long tail " how to lose weight quickly after pregnancy" You need to get your post listed in the "fitness" or "weight loss" tag pages rather than a new page for " how to lose weight quickly after pregnancy". I hope you got my point here.


    3. Spend some time to interlink. If you have scrapebox, scrap high PR profiles, blog posts etc on the same domain and add comments to those pages. These are often auto-approved You will get high PR link juice flowing to your web 2.0 real fast.


    Hope these tips helps someone. :)


    Thanks
    Tom