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#1 kabarovsky


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Posted 14 September 2015 - 07:17 AM


Please see this picture in the attachment. It's the concept of my link building strategy and I'm not sure how "clean" it is from the Google's point of view.

So, I have one main website for which I do SEO, and then I have few other blogs where I put links to the main website. Grey arrows are the "paths" of backlinks. There is nothing wrong with that until I backlink retroactive from the main website to the SEO blogs, right?

In fact, I'm only not sure about red and grey paths (backlinks) between SEO blogs. Also, all of these websites have Google Analytics on the same Google account, so could I get suspicious and penalized because of that?

Thank you in advance for all of your comments and thoughts!

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#2 chrishirst


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Posted 14 September 2015 - 01:41 PM



It's the concept of my link building strategy and I'm not sure how "clean" it is from the Google's point of view.

Without even looking I can assure that it ISN'T 'clean'.


YOU are getting the links for YOUR URLs therefore it is FAKE and NOTHING that you do will make it 'less fake'.


Any "link building" that you do for yourself IS by it's very nature spamming.

Read this:



#3 torka


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Posted 15 September 2015 - 07:57 AM



Quick "solutions" do not lead to long term success. If you want your site to be successful over the long run, your primary "link strategy" should be to earn solid editorial links from the highest possible quality unrelated sites. This is not a technical activity; it requires marketing and promotion skills to bring your pages to the attention (in a good way) of people who are in a position to offer those sorts of links.


My :02:


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#4 Jill


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Posted 15 September 2015 - 09:05 AM

It's absolutely fine and of course important and good for you to link to your blogs from your main site (and vice versa).


But it has nothing to do with SEO.

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