Is there such a think as doing high quality link building too fast? (on an aged domain)

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As title says,
assume the work the is high quality, all manually built, the webpage is thorough with 10,000+ words and 30+ pages with unique, quality content.

I would imagine that i could hire several people to do quality link building aggressively, but wanted to see what you guys think
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  • Profile picture of the author Make Money Ninja
    Originally Posted by Rebel24 View Post

    As title says,
    assume the work the is high quality, all manually built, the webpage is thorough with 10,000+ words and 30+ pages with unique, quality content.

    I would imagine that i could hire several people to do quality link building aggressively, but wanted to see what you guys think
    It would be very hard to build links to aggressively to an aged site like this.

    That being said, you need to know what you are doing. Avoid stuff that will screw you over in the future or trip filters/penalties now.

    Stuff like:
    • Make sure you diversify your anchor text LOTS.
    • Don't get to many blogroll links.
    • Avoid footer links.
    • Look for relevant high quality links first and then get lower quality links later.
    • Don't build automated/spammy links to your money site. I mean it can work but it will up the risk factor a lot more. You can used tiered links to get a similar effect with much less risk.

    Do all the above and you should be fine assuming your site is a good user experience also.

    You can check out my completed link building method in my free book within my sig. I totally dominate with it right now. If you have any questions feel free to message me/email me.

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  • Profile picture of the author sparkah
    Yes.... it's called "link velocity."

    Google webmaster tools will send you an email alert if you're getting more links faster than anybody else with similar content

    BUT like andy says... it would be hard to do.
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    • Profile picture of the author paulgl
      Originally Posted by sparkah View Post

      Yes.... it's called "link velocity."

      Google webmaster tools will send you an email alert if you're getting more links faster than anybody else with similar content

      BUT like andy says... it would be hard to do.
      That is one of THE WORST replies I have read here this week.
      Each time, I think it can't possibly get worse. But warriors,
      you don't let me down!

      Complete nonsense.

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  • Profile picture of the author howto
    Why not just do it in a safe way that has been proven to work? Patience is a virtue. Go ahead and blast your site with thousands of links but as they say: "easy come, easy go". Meaning you may get a new ranking easy or you may just as easily destroy your website. And for what? Because you can't be bothered to wait for a few months longer?


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  • Profile picture of the author realseowarrior
    Your last question is kinda incomplete. You cannot just go about asking " i wanna rank fast like this . am i doing it right".

    Actually , all this link velocity stuff is a baseless nonsense over hyped by spammers and "get xxx link blast" SEOs. As long as you are doing quality stuff , you shouldn't care about anything else, provided you know what really quality means to google.

    High PR links in itself is not a proper SEO plan. A high PR link sitting as a blog comment at a medical site pointing to you technology blog won't do much good. Just saying.

    To get a more thorough answer the metrices provided by you are insufficient. You need to tell more about the competition of keywords you are targeting , you onpage and many other things. Again , why would you like to expose you niche. So its better to learn what is good by experience, get your self a few test sites and work your strategies on them and find out whats best. I do it like this and i know what works and what doesn't.


    Now again , if you had all the time in this world you would have done that already. You have other things to do ? Life is troublesome
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  • Profile picture of the author ProSence
    If you get ranking fast then try building links slowly, it would help..
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