Backlinks for web 2.0

by nel013 3 replies
Hey guys,

Im starting working on quality personalized web 2.0 directories. Like 5 per website. Im adding quality content, videos and images for the next 3-4 weeks then I add a quality post on the homepage with a link to my money website. Then I will schedule the posts for the next 2-3 months so Google things its an updated blog.

Now I want to increase the PA from these blogs with other quality links. I want to buy some Fiverr links, not much but only a bunch 10-50 with only high PR links, im looking into this now because 99% of the fiverr links are bullshit. Im well aware of what to look for etc...

Just got one question: Al my websites are for Germany, and my web 2.0's are also in German. Is it smart to link to this web 2.0's with english backlinks? I think it will work in short term but not for the long term? Or do you think that Google doens't really look at those links because there are alot of the links coming in to 'head' domain.

If you dont advice this, is it better to make another tier that links to the quality web 2.0's and add the fiverr links to these 2nd tier?

Nel
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  • Profile picture of the author DiggitySEO
    Hey there,

    This is a very good tactic, especially for building your non-critical anchor text links for your money sites (Brand, URL, misc, etc). I've been doing this for a while and I get great results.

    Just got one question: Al my websites are for Germany, and my web 2.0's are also in German. Is it smart to link to this web 2.0's with english backlinks? I think it will work in short term but not for the long term? Or do you think that Google doens't really look at those links because there are alot of the links coming in to 'head' domain.
    It's fine if you get the links from English speaking sites. I'm not saying this because I'm speculating. I've actually tested and seen that the results are the same.

    If you dont advice this, is it better to make another tier that links to the quality web 2.0's and add the fiverr links to these 2nd tier?
    It absolutely helps protect your money site. Adding an extra layer between your money site and the tool generated 'spam' is a level of safety that I always employ. The downside, is that it takes a while for the PA/DA pump to actually trickle up to your T1 tier of web 2.0s. A couple months instead of 1 month. I usually don't add this extra layer, because I haven't seen any negative effect on any of my sites (> 100 sites).

    About Fiverr. As you know, Fiverr gigs are hit and miss, with more encounters on the miss side. I have a guy that runs GSA using a private list of target sites, all filtered out for high PR domains. Sites that stick. He also takes custom anchor text lists so you can be sure to build clean anchor text profiles. I always get a great result. PM me if you want more info.

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    Diggity
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    • Profile picture of the author nel013
      Thanks Diggity for the quick reply.

      I am indeed using these web 2.0's for my non-critical anchor text, because my keyword rich anchor text are on my PBN. So my idea was to only link with like 5-10 PBN websites with my keyword in anchor text to my money website.

      Then I will use these web 2.0 to diversify my anchor text ratio. I also use relevant blog commenting and relevant forums for tier 1. You got any other good ideas for tier 1?

      Do you really now for sure that it is working because if you get an manual inspection its really strange that some english speaking websites links to a german speaking website? But I believe you when you say it works!

      Also, what do you use as anchor text for these tier 2 links? I cant use german words I guess so I will use click here, see this etc?

      I will pm you for the guy, thanks again!
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      • Profile picture of the author DeskCoder
        Originally Posted by nel013 View Post

        Do you really now for sure that it is working because if you get an manual inspection its really strange that some english speaking websites links to a german speaking website? But I believe you when you say it works!
        I don't think it's strange at all. With Google Translate, you can go to any website and get it translated into the language you want. I was recently visiting a forum that was in Russian, and it was translated very well ... the page had the information I was looking for, so I linked to it from one of my English websites.

        That being said, imo, I can't see a majority of your links coming from a different language. I don't think Google will care, but under a manual inspection, I think it would at least raise a yellow flag, if not a red one.
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