11 Mar 13 6:16 pm
Blast Backlinks to a Website Successfully?
Just need some opinions here. If I build a new website, and disallow Google from indexing it (in the robots.txt and meta tags), then blast thousands of backlinks to it (all the spammy ones, good ones, bad ones, etc).. since I'm not indexed I can't get "slapped" or deindexed.
If I let those backlinks age say one month, and then change the robots/meta tags and submit my site to Google with these already existing thousands of backlinks, do you guys think Google will treat my site negatively still? Will the links somehow act as a boost?
Or, something else I considered, will my site (even though not indexed in Google), be seen negatively in Google's eyes simply because they found it through the backlinks that are online. So to make it more clear, Google finds the spammy backlinks, sees that they point to my site, and even though my site isn't indexed, they "blacklist" it anyway.
Need some opinions before I try it and experiment to see what happens, in case it could be an empty pursuit.