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Will building backlinks to your backlinks cause your site to dance?

Discussion in 'Black Hat SEO' started by brainburn, Oct 27, 2011.

  1. brainburn

    brainburn Newbie

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    I have a site ranked currently in the 3rd spot for two keywords, and obviously I'd like to see them in the number 1 spot... but, the keywords are very time sensitive and I can't risk having the site drop at anytime within the next two weeks.

    The last round of linkbuilding caused my site to drop out of the top 100 for a little more than a week, and if that happened now I will miss the greatest opportunity to make a profit.

    So, is there any way to give that last boost to ranking with the least chance of a dance within the next two weeks?

    I was thinking maybe only building links to my existing web 2.0s, articles, etc. will cause less dancing than direct linking... but still provide a boost?

    Has anyone had the chance to study this?
     
  2. balsagoth007

    balsagoth007 Elite Member

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    You can boost your rank without much dancing with High PR homepage links if you can pay for them.
     
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  3. meatro

    meatro BANNED BANNED

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    This. They're fast, effective and there's no nonsense usually. I've used paid links to get a site that last little push. Text-Link-Ads [dotcom] worked for us. They're good for putting you in place while you strengthen other aspects of your SEO campaign. There was also no dancing after we did them, it was a new domain that was starting to get some back links and began dropping to page 5, then 1, then 6, then 2, then 3, then 1. Etc. Paid links stopped that instantly in our niche.
     
  4. brainburn

    brainburn Newbie

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    Thanks for the suggestion. I can post to the authority link network. About 30 links every few days on PR+2 homepages...

    I'm pretty sure most of the pages are PR 2-3 though... The site I added was only PR2 and I'm not sure if they restrict my links to the same PR as the site I submitted to the network.

    Would this be high enough PR?
     
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  5. meatro

    meatro BANNED BANNED

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    Dunno. The ones we purchased were pretty high, PR4-6 and they were siteroll links, so all the better.

    I've seen similar stuff on places like Fiverr.com and I'm actually quite intrigued by the guy "flyby" on there. Search "blogroll," "permanent backlink" and stuff like that. Text-link-ads are fairly expensive, the ones we purchased were about $300/month altogether.

    Not cheap by any means, but compared to our AdWords campaign we replaced with them, it's peanuts.
     
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    Em][n3m Power Member

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    yeap . build like 100 web.20 and then blast them with scrapebox aa list . you shoul definetly see a jump in your serp
     
  7. davids355

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    I Second text-link-ads. Very expensive, but VERY effective.