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A couple of GSA-SER questions

1- How long does it usally take you to see results in your GSA-SEr projects?
2 - Do you build link to your money sites or just to the tiers?
3- Has any of your websites been deindexed because of using GSA-SER too much?

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  • petpetpetvmpetpetpetvm United States
    edited June 10
    1- How long does it usally take you to see results in your GSA-SEr projects?
    It depends on many different factors. However, the main factor is how you're using it, how you insert data info posts/comments/..., which sites you are picking, which emails and proxies you are using ....

    2 - Do you build link to your money sites or just to the tiers?
    I do use SER for my money sites and tiers. However, you only should do it when you trust yourself and have some basic understanding about SER, about backlinks. Since I'm still new into SEO, and SER was my first automated tool for backlinks, I already received some good results using SER. This is my position tracking from SEMRush for a new money site, and May 5 was the day I started trying SER:

    Even though I spent a good amount of money buying tier 1 backlinks but got hard time indexing all of those backlinks, I believe that SER significantly helped me on indexing those links with building some more T1 links, which helped on improving the rank.

    For comparing, following is from another money site, that I pretty much spent the same amount of money for backlinks, but didn't use SER at all:



    3- Has any of your websites been deindexed because of using GSA-SER too much?
    Since I'm still a newbie, I will leave this one for others. However, like many others who trust themselves, I don't think it would happen to me.
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  • 3- Has any of your websites been deindexed because of using GSA-SER too much?
    Since I'm still a newbie, I will leave this one for others. However, like many others who trust themselves, I don't think it would happen to me.
    I don't think Google will penalize a site just because of a few bad links. It considers other factors too.

    If the content is thin and you are using the tool excessively with a crazy amount of backlinks per day, sure, the risk is there. But that is just one of the factors. This is one of the reasons there is no such thing as negative SEO, and whenever a competitor blasts a site with a lot of porn anchor text, the site becomes stronger. This happened to one of my sites where I was originally creating backlinks with good GSA campaigns. At the same time, my competitor used to blast tons of links, including trackbacks, and nothing happened. The site is still there, and I can still see those anchor texts in Ahrefs, lol.

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  • That is funny you mentioned that and it's great point! Years ago even, I shared some money sites on a live call explaining how to do something and of course some funny guy blasted the site with some pretty silly anchors.

    There's one in every bunch. . . But same result nothing happened to site negatively. I think it would have to be a brand new site that gets blasted or one with no real foundation in search yet to have bad effect. I'm sure there a ton of different scenarios for this as well, result wise anyway.
  • petpetpetvmpetpetpetvm United States
    I’m totally agreed with you guys. Let’s think it’s this way:
    - Backlinks are like how popular your site is, how often people on different sites mentioned your site. It’s kinda nonsense if someone else’s actions are affecting your site unless it’s obviously your action of spamming.
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