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will google downgrade your serp if the links disappear?

Discussion in 'Black Hat SEO' started by dasmoot, Jun 5, 2011.

  1. dasmoot

    dasmoot BANNED BANNED

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    Hey, I'm looking at a few different companies that post links, and a few of them require a monthly maintenance fee to be able to keep your links up on their networks.

    What happens if you don't pay, they take your links down, and then google can't find the pages when it crawls that network the next time?

    Will it pull you down in serp rank?

    My question is do you need to keep those links there permanently in order to stay on top?
     
  2. skohh

    skohh Regular Member

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    Sure. It would make sense that you lose a link you lose in ranking. Test it, report back.
     
  3. dasmoot

    dasmoot BANNED BANNED

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    well im considering dropping about 500 dollars on this.. so i need to know beforehand. Would rather learn from others experiences on this one.

    I understand that if you lose all your links or a massive majority, then yah you'd probably get hurt, but by HOW much? Will it take me from 1st all the way to the second page to lose like 1/6 of my links after a few months? should i not even bother and just work on it slowly and keep the links that i do build up slower instead of all the fast bought links that will disappear if i dont pay my bill?
     
  4. skohh

    skohh Regular Member

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    $500 dollars on what.

    I know what i'd do with $500 dollars.

    I'd buy xrumer and a nice VPS :)
     
  5. zivmaymon

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    Hi I think that building slow is better since it looks human,natural,c?
    anyway this is my next strategy,a new website with a slow flow of backlinks,good luck bro.
     
  6. dasmoot

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    well my sites over a year old.

    I already have xrumer, scrapebox, senukeX, etc. I'm running them everyday.

    I'm just concerned about buying these other links on the private networks if it might eventually fuck up my ranking. It's stuff like

    I sort of need more then speculation as an answer though.
    Will my massive backlinks with the tools I already have be sufficient once the postlinks dot kom backlinks eventually get taken down after I decide not to keep paying every month? Will it just be better not to use the service in the first place if it will cause me a problem in the future? WILL it cause me a problem?

    I still plan to keep blasting with senuke, xrumer, etc. But I'm wondering if say, 10k backlinks dissapear after google already ran over them a few times will take me out of the #1 spot?
     
  7. Chrisss

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    Yes - you will lose the "vote" for your site when a link disappear and it will affect your SERP's
     
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    Chrisss is correct here. One of my sites drop dramactly after I lost a bunch of links. Link blasts have a life line that is not indeffinate.
     
  9. FuryKyle

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    This. :D
     
  10. xthoms

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    If the link juice was permanent even though the link itself was removed there'd be a great market in creating PR7-PR8 sites/posts and then selling them for 1 day/1 week or however long it would take for google to crawl that page again, and then sell the link space again.
     
  11. Chrisss

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    And that's why most blog service with high PR blog sell their outgoing links on a monthly or yearly basis. A good business model IMO. I'm pretty amazed how much these guys are able to charge for their services.
     
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    Yea, it's horrible.. $100 or so for a PR4 link. Gotta think I'm mad to do that.
     
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    seovirtualassistance Regular Member

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    Yeah sure ,denifinitely the serps will be down.
     
  14. dasmoot

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    ok, so it's just better to not do it at all? Or at least keep it up for say, 2-3 months while I can build a sufficient backlink campaign behind that, which will replace the original paid links? I'm just wondering if say, I DO get sufficient links to back it up and I'm already #1, when the extra paid links on top come down, is that what's going to effect me?

    Thanks guys, really appreciate your responses. I produce music and post on forums all the time and get nothing but conceited asshole faggetry.

    This place is really worthwhile.
     
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    I'm curious too.

    I'll test it out with a handful of links from postlinks. I'll report my findings moving up and down.