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Backlinks methods for Tiered Linking

tonmoyparves
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Backlinks methods for Tiered Linking

Tiered Backlinks methods for amazon niche blog. Hello Guys, I'm thinking to do to Tiered backlinks for one of my amazon niche blog. Do you think it's still now good methods? If no then whats i need to do?

And if yes then i have few questions. When it comes about Tiered backlinks how should i build?

Like, Tier 1, How many Web 2.00 i need to do, Tier 2 How many web 2.00 and Tier 3 How many web 2.00 ?

And Should i only link my Tier 1 link to my money site or what? And How should i do backlinks for Tier 1 ? And then how should i make backlinks for Tier 2 and tier 3?

And Can i do 301 my tier 1 to my money site?

Hope, you guys will response and join this thread from your experience
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Tiered backlinking is still effective as long a Google considers backlinks as one of their ranking factors.

If you will do a tiered backlinking method, avoid building links from:

*foreign language sites
*low private network blogs
*automated software

Then make sure that you:
*properly execute your onpage SEO
*make your backliks 'natural' to Google by:
- building diverse anchor texts by mixing keyword-rich anchors, LSI, anchors, generic anchors, link anchors, photo anchors, and no anchor

You can build links from:
*business directories
*high PR free directories
*paid directories
*press releases
*no follow blog comments (just to diversify your backlinks, making it look natural)
*related community sites and forum sites
*social media sites
*authority private network blogs
*paid links
*guest posts
*web 2.0s

Yes a 301 redirect will help your site rank faster. Limit yourself to 2 redirects only. Try to find a domain that is related to your niche. Make sure that the redirect has no spammy links, high in PA/DA, is not de-indexed, and no over-optimized anchor texts.

As for the number of backlinks for a website, no I do not have a specified number of backlinks. What I usually do is to slowly build my links and then I track the site's ranking after a month of building just several backlinks to it. If my ranking is looking good, then I do another batch of backlinks... until I reach my goal, then that is the time I just stick to building fewer backlinks a month. But I never stop updating the website with new content every week.

And no, I do not only point my backlinks to the money site. What I usually do is to arrange my backlinks based from their 'quality'.

For example:

1. I start with low quality links (about 5 baclinks)
2. I backed them up with social signals (share their links on social media sites)
3. I then point these links to medium quality links (same 5 backlinks)
4. Backed up these links with social signals
5. Point the medium quality links to high quality links (5 backlinks)
6. Again, backed up these links with social signals
7. Then the high quality links point to the money site (both the high quality links and money site are backed up with social media signals)

The above strategy is based from what I did and it worked for me. I am not saying that this is the 'holy grail' of tiered backlinking but this tactic works for me well.

Good luck!
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tonmoyparves
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Thanks a lot. I've one more confusion, When it comes to about Tier links How many links we should build? As well you know Tier links are mostly web 2.00. And you have mentioned the methods to build links for tier 1, tier 2 or tier 3.
Should we build different web 2.00 for different keywords?

maryt wrote:Tiered backlinking is still effective as long a Google considers backlinks as one of their ranking factors.

If you will do a tiered backlinking method, avoid building links from:

*foreign language sites
*low private network blogs
*automated software

Then make sure that you:
*properly execute your onpage SEO
*make your backliks 'natural' to Google by:
- building diverse anchor texts by mixing keyword-rich anchors, LSI, anchors, generic anchors, link anchors, photo anchors, and no anchor

You can build links from:
*business directories
*high PR free directories
*paid directories
*press releases
*no follow blog comments (just to diversify your backlinks, making it look natural)
*related community sites and forum sites
*social media sites
*authority private network blogs
*paid links
*guest posts
*web 2.0s

Yes a 301 redirect will help your site rank faster. Limit yourself to 2 redirects only. Try to find a domain that is related to your niche. Make sure that the redirect has no spammy links, high in PA/DA, is not de-indexed, and no over-optimized anchor texts.

As for the number of backlinks for a website, no I do not have a specified number of backlinks. What I usually do is to slowly build my links and then I track the site's ranking after a month of building just several backlinks to it. If my ranking is looking good, then I do another batch of backlinks... until I reach my goal, then that is the time I just stick to building fewer backlinks a month. But I never stop updating the website with new content every week.

And no, I do not only point my backlinks to the money site. What I usually do is to arrange my backlinks based from their 'quality'.

For example:

1. I start with low quality links (about 5 baclinks)
2. I backed them up with social signals (share their links on social media sites)
3. I then point these links to medium quality links (same 5 backlinks)
4. Backed up these links with social signals
5. Point the medium quality links to high quality links (5 backlinks)
6. Again, backed up these links with social signals
7. Then the high quality links point to the money site (both the high quality links and money site are backed up with social media signals)

The above strategy is based from what I did and it worked for me. I am not saying that this is the 'holy grail' of tiered backlinking but this tactic works for me well.

Good luck!
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When it comes to about Tier links How many links we should build? As well you know Tier links are mostly web 2.00. And you have mentioned the methods to build links for tier 1, tier 2 or tier 3.
Should we build different web 2.00 for different keywords?


There is not really a specified way to do tiered linkbuilding. The strategies I mentioned can be applied to tiered 1,2,3, etc. As for the number of sites to build your backlinks to, you can start with 4 or 5 websites per tier. I do not group my tiered links according to the type of website (like tier 2 is web 2.0 and tier 1 is PR sites, etc) but I group them based from their PR value. But then again, like I have said, there is no specific way to do this. You may group your tiers according to website categorization or based from what your preference is.
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