This is a reasonably disappointing revelation that one way links from spam forums can still make contributions to more advantageous page rating. This only signifies that at the fee of exceptional blogs/sites, some other less deserving sites would make it to the top of the google search consequences. I guess google would be aware of an analogous and dealing on this shortcoming. No wonder, these limitations of google page rating algorithm have created a new company niche for few online sites who now offer link constructing/backlink capabilities. I could be curious to see if this works out for the sites that you just outlined in the long run.
Thanks for sharing. Thanks for sharing your findings – and for doing such a thorough job on research!I believe a few of your other commenters that spamming forums and club sites, while it may still work, just seems wrong. And the rest that feels sleazy and wrong I just have to have faith will eventually meet up with you in a bad way. Karma. I’m more on the fence, though, about listing submissions and article submissions – particularly with automated submissions tools.
What are your thoughts on computerized article submission thoughts and feature you done any research on their effectiveness?This is beautiful and disappointing at a similar time. I’ve long struggled to maneuver up to front page of google for a product I sell on my e trade store. It’s taken 2 years, and I’m now up to 8 on Google!But then I examine the end 7 and notice that two of them are less than 6 months old and feature 5000+ crappy links and sell knock off editions of what I’m selling. The sites look terrible, have just a few pages, and use broken english. But at least now I know why they’re rating above me.
Still, I can’t make myself go spam forums, so I’ll just keep trudging along and spot if I can get in the end 5. Top 3 and I’m raking in the cash obviously. I’m forever comparing identical stats myself. From what I see, it’s essential not to put all your eggs in one basket. It’s a good suggestion to have some link range. It’s equivalent to diversifying your stocks.
Spammy forum posts, blog commenting, directory submissions, article advertising and marketing, first-class guest posts, or even reciprocal linking as shown mainly still work to enhance your site’s ranking. Use a few of alternative strategies. Once if Google gets smart, and devalues all of your spammy forum backlinks, you’ll still produce other satisfactory links to hold up your scores.