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Just out of interest, does this still work? Your money site having pointed at it a blog site (not a web2.0 site, a proper paid hosted website, not a sub-domain) which has 10 good quality (5 pages or more) web2.0s pointed at it, with each of those web2.0s with a further 10 good quality web2.0s each pointed at them. Will the link from the paid hosted blog site to my money site be considered a powerful enough link in the eyes of Google?

My only concern is that all my tier 3 web2.0s will be younger than the tier 2 web2.0s they will point at which in turn will be younger than the paid hosted blog. Is this a red flag with Google? Does this type of tiered linking still work? Should I work other types of backlinks into the tiers, after all I have heard that link diversification is a myth?

Thanks in advance,
Seamy
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  • Profile picture of the author linkbuildr
    Test and study. Spam works for a bit so good luck!
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    • Profile picture of the author seamy82
      Don't see how this is spam. All of the blogs used with offer something of value. Unique content, well written use of video plus images. All manually created.
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    • Profile picture of the author shifat
      Originally Posted by linkbuildr View Post

      Test and study. Spam works for a bit so good luck!
      may I ask how creating web 2.0 properties on those authority web 2.0 sites like tumblr,blog,live journal considered to be spamming?!
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      • Profile picture of the author Kevin Maguire
        Originally Posted by seamy82 View Post

        Just out of interest, does this still work? Your money site having pointed at it a blog site (not a web2.0 site, a proper paid hosted website, not a sub-domain) which has 10 good quality (5 pages or more) web2.0s pointed at it, with each of those web2.0s with a further 10 good quality web2.0s each pointed at them. Will the link from the paid hosted blog site to my money site be considered a powerful enough link in the eyes of Google?

        My only concern is that all my tier 3 web2.0s will be younger than the tier 2 web2.0s they will point at which in turn will be younger than the paid hosted blog. Is this a red flag with Google? Does this type of tiered linking still work? Should I work other types of backlinks into the tiers, after all I have heard that link diversification is a myth?

        Thanks in advance,
        Seamy
        It depends on the keywords your targeting man. Your going to make 111 tiered links that have no authority at all to begin with. Then layer them into passing some kind of link juice to the main site.
        Its all going to be about the keywords you target really, as piling low quality links on top of more low quality links, just makes a bigger pile of low quality links.

        Originally Posted by shifat View Post

        may I ask how creating web 2.0 properties on those authority web 2.0 sites like tumblr,blog,live journal considered to be spamming?!
        Easy.
        Your creating those sites with the sole intention of manipulating search results in your favor. You have no intention of adding value to the property or people who may visit it. Its sole purpose is to build links, and those links are considered "link spam". Whether you do it automatically or manually its still the same game.
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        • Profile picture of the author seamy82
          Originally Posted by Kevin Maguire View Post

          It depends on the keywords your targeting man. Your going to make 111 tiered links that have no authority at all to begin with. Then layer them into passing some kind of link juice to the main site.
          Its all going to be about the keywords you target really, as piling low quality links on top of more low quality links, just makes a bigger pile of low quality links.



          Easy.
          Your creating those sites with the sole intention of manipulating search results in your favor. You have no intention of adding value to the property or people who may visit it. Its sole purpose is to build links, and those links are considered "link spam". Whether you do it automatically or manually its still the same game.
          Not chasing anything mental. Local SEO only.
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      • Profile picture of the author Samuel Adams
        Originally Posted by shifat View Post

        may I ask how creating web 2.0 properties on those authority web 2.0 sites like tumblr,blog,live journal considered to be spamming?!
        Assuming you are using the highest quality (not spun) articles and content on your Web 2.0 sites, then it wouldn't be spam. Many people are using Web 2.0 sites for legitimate reasons. And, Google has no reason to suspect the tens of thousands of Tumblr, Blogger.com or Squidoo Lenses of being spam as all these sites are legitimate and most of the pages on those sites contain actual good content. So keep it quality and you will do well, whether using any of these sites as a primary way to promote or as part of a link building strategy, such as when using tiered (linkwheel) backlinking strategies.
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  • Profile picture of the author seamy82
    Thought someone with a bit of authority could weigh in on this one. Come on people!! ;-)
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  • Profile picture of the author Michaelbrighto
    you can use web 2.0 websites for link wheeling.
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  • Profile picture of the author seobats
    Post your content on do-follow web2.0 property and at last please create a link wheel to connect all your web 2.0 property.
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