Question About Natural Link Velocity

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Hey Buddies!


I'm sort of caught in a mini dilemma concerning Link Velocity. Well, the deal is that I'm building backlinks to a website that has 0 backlinks but it's at least a couple of years old. I want to build backlinks at a natural rate according to Google.

The first problem is I don't know how many backlinks I should start off building per day and how often to increase and by how much. The more confusing problem for me is that these links that I'm building mostly do not show instantly, they usually need approval or some other sort of moderation process.

Therefore how can I plan a natural Link velocity based campaign if I don't even know how many actual Backlinks I'm creating?

Regards,

Rudy
#link #natural #question #velocity
  • Profile picture of the author geeksonrepair
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    Then for this you need to do organic seo.In this use effective off page seo techniques like Blog posting,Directory submission,Forums,Classified ads to generate quality backlinks.
    You can check your backlinks detail from backlink checker tool like Google analytic tool.
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  • Profile picture of the author MikeFriedman
    This is easy.

    There is no need to pay attention to link velocity. There is no such thing as "natural" link velocity. It is a big myth.
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  • Profile picture of the author danparks
    Originally Posted by socialmediamarketing View Post

    The more confusing problem for me is that these links that I'm building mostly do not show instantly, they usually need approval or some other sort of moderation process.
    In addition to the concept of link velocity being pretty much nonsense, it sounds like the backlinks you're creating aren't going to be of much use anyway. If they "need approval" then I assume they are mostly (all?) nofollow blog comments.
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  • Profile picture of the author alvinchua91
    Link velocity only matters and will only affect you negatively if you're e.g. suddenly getting 10,000 links, 20k, 30k, 100k with exact match rich anchor text from horrible domains and websites.

    In short, as long as:
    i) your anchor text ratio remains natural looking
    ii) your links are from relevant and authority sites in your niche
    iii) your links are preferably built from a variety of websites

    then you need not worry about link velocity.
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    • Profile picture of the author savidge4
      Social Media turned link Velocity into a unusable factor. A single post to a social media site, that creates 10's apon 100's of non social links back to your site sent velocity right out the door.
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