Many Link Building Strategies Tested, This One Works Best

by norcalrich 12 replies
PBN Link Relevancy - Importance and Tutorial - Drip Apps

I have never seen a strategy work so well than this one alone. It is a bit difficult and requires consistency as well as a bit of money. Make sure you have your on-page optimization correct when using this method. It will make your life much easier implementing these off-page link building strategies.

I personally was able to take several sites with very challenging keywords from the bottom of page 2 to the top of page one in the serps with this method in 2 weeks.

What do you guys think about this? Is it blackhat, whitehat, or grayhat?
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  • Profile picture of the author irawr
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    Originally Posted by norcalrich View Post

    PBN Link Relevancy - Importance and Tutorial - Drip Apps

    I have never seen a strategy work so well than this one alone. It is a bit difficult and requires consistency as well as a bit of money. Make sure you have your on-page optimization correct when using this method. It will make your life much easier implementing these off-page link building strategies.

    I personally was able to take several sites with very challenging keywords from the bottom of page 2 to the top of page one in the serps with this method in 2 weeks.

    What do you guys think about this? Is it blackhat, whitehat, or grayhat?
    Using thin sites as pbn sites? It's not blackhat but Google will slap the crap out of that anyways.

    Sooner or later Google is going to come up with an algorythm to detect this type of site and just not factor it into your link profile. I doubt they would penalize you, but who knows. It's getting kind of absurd with the sheer volume of thin pbn sites out there. There's kind of a pattern here with SEO techniques don't you think? How much longer will this strategy be allowed to go on for before Google smacks everybody doing it?

    With real authority sites, I doubt a very high percentage of their inbound link power comes from thin sites that are not updated, or thin sites that have an unusually high amount of links coming in. I'm sure there's a clearly visible pattern in the flow in incoming authority that Google will find. I'm sure they're working on it already and it just hasn't been rolled out yet.
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  • Profile picture of the author seth3000
    Yikes. I stopped reading after "This method will allow you to take PBN sites that were once in the gaming niche for example and use them to link to money sites in the health niche."

    This by definition qualifies as a black hat tactic and you will get a humming bird penalty.

    Now that being said, if you're looking for a tactic to boost you in SEO that is borderline black hat, I suggest link juicing, because you still have a great opportunity to make organic content and do right by the "Google God," or you can spin a single article and post it to a ton of Web 2.0 blogs XD
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      Originally Posted by seth3000 View Post

      Yikes. I stopped reading after "This method will allow you to take PBN sites that were once in the gaming niche for example and use them to link to money sites in the health niche."

      This by definition qualifies as a black hat tactic and you will get a humming bird penalty.

      Now that being said, if you're looking for a tactic to boost you in SEO that is borderline black hat, I suggest link juicing, because you still have a great opportunity to make organic content and do right by the "Google God," or you can spin a single article and post it to a ton of Web 2.0 blogs XD
      How does link juicing work?
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    • Profile picture of the author norcalrich
      Originally Posted by seth3000 View Post

      Yikes. I stopped reading after "This method will allow you to take PBN sites that were once in the gaming niche for example and use them to link to money sites in the health niche."

      This by definition qualifies as a black hat tactic and you will get a humming bird penalty.

      Now that being said, if you're looking for a tactic to boost you in SEO that is borderline black hat, I suggest link juicing, because you still have a great opportunity to make organic content and do right by the "Google God," or you can spin a single article and post it to a ton of Web 2.0 blogs XD

      I did these techniques back around February of 2015 and the sites are still doing well in the serps. One thing you may want to implement if you are concerned about getting a penalty is to secure expired domains that were once related to your money site.

      That's not too difficult to do and the results are well worth the effort.
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      • Profile picture of the author irawr
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        Originally Posted by norcalrich View Post

        I did these techniques back around February of 2015 and the sites are still doing well in the serps. One thing you may want to implement if you are concerned about getting a penalty is to secure expired domains that were once related to your money site.

        That's not too difficult to do and the results are well worth the effort.
        I see some of my competition doing these sites, it's obvious it works. The question is: will it work forever? Probably not.

        I honestly think too many people are doing it. I've actually shifted away from focusing on SEO completely and am focusing much harder on SMM. I actually went through a bunch of my sites and made massive improvements, trying to make sure they are penalty proof. I actually un-linked a few of my sites and the sites are all legit real sites that get regular updates, traffic, generate income, and the links made sense.

        I really feel like it's been a long time since Google rolled out any new anti-seo algorythm updates and something is coming soon. PBNs are being discussed all over a bunch of SEO sites and I feel they are a solid target for Google. If you rely on income from sites that utilize PBNs to rank, I suggest some diversification, or at the very least, make sure your network is all 100% legit sites and not thin, small sites, whose only reason to exist is to manipulate Google rankings.

        3-14-2016 : The death of crappy PBNs is coming - irawr
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    • Profile picture of the author war blog
      Ye need long time more then 2 years but 3/4 will be more effective for the whole site.
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  • Profile picture of the author John Romaine
    PBN's suck.

    They're for amateurs.
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    • Profile picture of the author irawr
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      Originally Posted by John Romaine View Post

      PBN's suck.

      They're for amateurs.
      I wouldn't go that far but a PBN isn't going to do anything in most of my niches. You would either needs domains with 10k backlinks or 1,000 sites. I think that would be kind of obvious to Google. If you're the kind of person that's building sites thinking 2-3 years out, then I agree 100%.
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    • Profile picture of the author norcalrich
      Originally Posted by John Romaine View Post

      PBN's suck.

      They're for amateurs.

      Hi John,

      What is your preferred method of doing off-page SEO?

      I have looked at RYS Academy and it looks very promising. Their instant indexing strategy for new pages is jaw dropping.
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      • Profile picture of the author Tim3
        Originally Posted by norcalrich View Post

        Their instant indexing strategy for new pages is jaw dropping.
        So is mine, cost = free
        I put Adsense on the page or do a fetch in GWT, job done.
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  • Profile picture of the author Ayush Sharma
    Hey I am testing this out hit me up so I can clear some doubts if possible. Thanks.
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  • Profile picture of the author sreejanniyogi
    I definitely think it is blackhat and you might be penalized for this.
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