Is it safe to link Tier 1 Posts?

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Hi warriors..As the title says..I want you help me to answer this question..
Is it safe to link lots of tier I(let's say 10 web 2 that link to money site) from one post(let's say from one web 2 post).

Example:
I have 10 web 2 as tier 1(tumbler,blogspot,yola, etc) and then I give link to the 10 tier 1 from one web 2.0 post(ex: wordpress.com). so the wordpress post as tier 2

I hope This pic will help you to understand what I mean :



Actually I've kept this question for long time and I haven't got the certain answer.. I 've seen some people do it, but I'm afraid if I do the same it will create foot print since google will find that all the web 2's belong to the same person..

What do you think, guys...Please give me an advice..
Sorry for my bad english..
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  • Profile picture of the author expmrb
    Without any footprint web 2.0 site links are safe, that's true.
    But you cannot link too much from any post to one site. Just keep it relevant to your web 2.0 sites post and link back to your money site. I prefer 2 links to your money site from overall each web 2.0 sites (not per post but per site).
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    • Profile picture of the author bisnismilyarder
      Originally Posted by expmrb View Post

      Without any footprint web 2.0 site links are safe, that's true.
      But you cannot link too much from any post to one site. Just keep it relevant to your web 2.0 sites post and link back to your money site. I prefer 2 links to your money site from overall each web 2.0 sites (not per post but per site).
      Thanks for your reply ..And how about link to many tier 1 from one tier 2 post ..?
      Is it safe..?
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  • Profile picture of the author expmrb
    I don't understand clearly what you are saying. If you are asking about link count or else just follow my previous post.
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  • Profile picture of the author michaelkoehler92
    No that is not advised as it will leave a huge footprint. But As you know SEO is full of uncertain things then its better if you test it out and see what happens.
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  • Profile picture of the author bisnismilyarder
    Thanks Michael..I have tried for tier 3 and the result is their DA and PA all increasing and the money site's ranking has been improved..But, in this case, I haven't tried this for tier 1..I agree with you that it will leave foot print..But perhaps someday I will try to prove it...
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  • Profile picture of the author John Alves
    That tier link building technique will not have any issues. Those are safe links. However, the issue will be how much effect they actually have on ranking improvement. Backlinks from those types of blog platforms don't usually give much link juice value because they are so easily accessible to the public. When I do link building, I like to get backlinks from trusted sources that most people don't use. They tend to give off more link power and have a better effect on increasing rankings in Google.
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    • Profile picture of the author bisnismilyarder
      Originally Posted by John Alves View Post

      That tier link building technique will not have any issues. Those are safe links. However, the issue will be how much effect they actually have on ranking improvement. Backlinks from those types of blog platforms don't usually give much link juice value because they are so easily accessible to the public. When I do link building, I like to get backlinks from trusted sources that most people don't use. They tend to give off more link power and have a better effect on increasing rankings in Google.
      Some people say it's safe and other say it's not..So I would say it's debatable right..?
      Btw, Would you mind sharing "the trusted sources" you have used..?
      Are they web2 or what? many thanks before..
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  • Profile picture of the author Francisco PIW
    That's a good question. However, it took me a while to understand so I read it again.

    My stronger advice is to keep it simple. You are trying to make the best out of your network.

    Sometimes more links doesn't mean more SEO. The juice is the juice.

    My advice is to not link several Tier 1 with only one Tier 2, otherwise, you might be caught.

    A clear example is in the figure below



    If you have more questions, please just ask

    I created a small guide a few months ago that might help you with your PBN.
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    • Profile picture of the author bisnismilyarder
      Originally Posted by Francisco PIW View Post

      That's a good question. However, it took me a while to understand so I read it again.

      My stronger advice is to keep it simple. You are trying to make the best out of your network.

      Sometimes more links doesn't mean more SEO. The juice is the juice.

      My advice is to not link several Tier 1 with only one Tier 2, otherwise, you might be caught.

      A clear example is in the figure below



      If you have more questions, please just ask

      I created a small guide a few months ago that might help you with your PBN.
      Thanks for your reply, bro..This scheme leaves foot prints that will make google catch it..And it will trigger penalty..
      It's what you mean, right..?
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      • Profile picture of the author Francisco PIW
        Originally Posted by bisnismilyarder View Post

        Thanks for your reply, bro..This scheme leaves foot prints that will make google catch it..And it will trigger penalty..
        It's what you mean, right..?
        Sorry, I didn't explain myself right.

        The scheme illustrates the right way to do it, be aware that I emphasise that the Tier 1 websites are independent between themselves and the same for the Tier 2 webs.

        Also, don't use any of the Tier 2 websites to link more than one Tier 1 website,

        This is a strategy I've used for nearly 2 years and it seems to work pretty well.

        Also, I am not selling any links so the risks are much lower.
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