The importance of tiered back linking

by Joe118
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I just posted a new blog post about it:
After Penguin hit many web sites, I was contacted by a client who bought my March Of The Penguins course, and he wanted some help with recovering from a really severe "slap" of his money site, which sank like a stone from position #3 for an extremely competitive keyword to position #600 plus. Ouch! In the video I explain why in his case the problem is really bad and very difficult to fix (if at all possible). So for the future, you definitely want to watch the video...
Tiering Your Back Links — Just Say YES! – - Ask Joe FinnAsk Joe Finn
#back #importance #linking #tiered
  • Profile picture of the author dmtaylor247
    Wooohoooo 300000 backlinks LOL that's hilarious

    It's not just the fact it's easier to clean up but not having tiers may be a signal Google use the classify spam sites as they will have a large number of linking root domains on tier 1 and very few unique domains linking to those pages on tier 2. Where as a more natural site would be better connected into the web graph and have possibly hundreds of tiers.

    Even if he had 300000 backlinks with varying anchor text it would still look like spam, coupled with a poor deep link ratio, link velocity, pagerank velocity and other filters it would definately smoke his site for good. I really don't feel that anchor text is the only thing being targeted here.
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  • Profile picture of the author kviv23
    300000 backlinks are crazy man!!!! you will be buried under thousands of SERPS until the next ice age...
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