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Which is best - Sape links as Tier1 or Tier2

Discussion in 'Black Hat SEO' started by Allermann, Jun 6, 2013.

  1. Allermann

    Allermann Newbie

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    I start seeing services offering pyramids with Sape links pointing to Tier 1 Web 2.0s.

    What is your experience pointing them to you Web2.0 site, compared to pointing them directly to your money site?
     
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    Both.
     
  3. howard_hughes

    howard_hughes Elite Member

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    use sape directly on the money site, they are pretty powerful links so you should be ok.
     
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    Use both, is better and more secure for your strategy.
     
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    I would agree with the answer BOTH.

    However, even on Sape links are different. For example you can buy expensive links for you main site, and cheap links for Tier.

    P.S. Haven't been for a while to this forum and I'm glad to see that the Sape is still trending topic here!
     
  7. RankGeek

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    I would not use them on either! I may be wrong here, but the logic I use is simple - when something comes up and openly advertises itself as a 'network', I would not touch it with a bargepole. Even if the network is showing results today, when it gets hit, it'll take down everything which it helped bring up.
    But then, that is a call for you to take :)
     
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    It is - but in the mean time you are making money.
    Also - good thing about SAPE is - the month you stop paying they take your links down so no need to "disavow" or anything.

    Business is all about risk and nothing is permanent.
    I made a lot from BMR a few years back - probably 50x more than I spent on them and there links. They got took down - I removed my lnks - the sites suffered 6 months in the wilderness came back strong.

    If you have one site and all your eggs in one basket then maybe not SAPE - but for most it's just a business risk, and like everything in SEO it will likley not work one day in the future - so you take the cash while it's on the table and roll with the punches when they come. :)

    Scritty
     
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  9. dennica

    dennica Jr. VIP Jr. VIP Premium Member

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    if you have more money to spend, you can do both...

    also diversify your links...
     
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    It is better to rank a site for one month and make big money, than to not rank a site at all and make no money. Get onto Sape whilst it lasts, really cant see it going anywhere soon. I would not point Sape links at a site I had been building for the past ten years, but use them to point at a site which take 10 minutes to throw up.
     
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    Make 2 sites. Use SAPE on one, build other links to the other.
     
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    One for long run and another for short?
     
  13. Allermann

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    I see you point. Hadn't thought about the fact that if SAPE gets hit, alle you links will be removed the "second you stop paying" - that is the brilliant thing about the service as I see it.
     
  14. Allermann

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    Great feedback, think I will consider using cheap services on a couple of T1's and then a more expensive one on the $$ site.
     
  15. WrightWilliams

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    Hey guys -
    If you stop paying and suddenly ALL of your SAPE links are removed -
    that isn't necessarily a good thing.... just saying. I mean, maybe the negative PR wouldn't be there, but if you aren't diversified and that SAPE link makes up the majority of those connected links to your tiers, you're still screwed.
     
  16. Allermann

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    Agree, I would use SAPE as part of my strategy, not being the majority of my backlink profile :)
     
  17. Scritty

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    Nice to add say 20 relevant links and that's in - Gives you a boost - you can mix in a ton of other links at the same time.
    It's primarily about diversity - and SAPE can add some relatively cheap diversity with some risk - but not enough to make you shy from it.

    Scritty
     
  18. mktanny

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    I am using SAPE on burn and crash sites ,has an awesome ROI if you ask me , some of them even have 1000 times of ROI