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Anyone Have An Outline Of What Engines Should Be Used At Each Tier?

I understand link longevity is key.

I (now) also understand we should use a buffer site between SER-generated links and our money site.

Beyond that, I'm clueless.

I am thinking links with pages (that move, like some comments) should be at the lowest (highest number) tier we're using.

Any help would be greatly appreciated.

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  • 710fla710fla ★ #1 GSA SER VERIFIED LIST
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    Deeeeeeee said:
    Also, Sven, why do we do this? (URL shortener) Thanks
    It acts as a buffer between the web 2.0 and GSA links
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  • 710fla710fla ★ #1 GSA SER VERIFIED LIST
    Money site


    GSA articles, social networks, wiki, forums

    GSA blog comments, image and guestbook comments 
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  • DeeeeeeeeDeeeeeeee the Americas
    Thanks....That's helpful. :)

    But how can that be stretched to three, or even seven, tiers? :dizzy:
  • SvenSven
    Even better...
    money site <- buffer site(s) <- project with only url shortener/redirects <- ....
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  • This thread is from the golden age when SER targets roamed in abundance and the festering zoo of google were largely unheard of:

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  • DeeeeeeeeDeeeeeeee the Americas
    "project with only url shortener/redirects"

    Hmm...OK...I'll try this for my next test project.

    But Sven, don't URLs Shorteners and redirects expire quickly?

  • DeeeeeeeeDeeeeeeee the Americas
    Also, if I were to use GSA Content Generator (haven't purchased yet), do I just substitute a project sourcing articles from GSA-CG with the Articles Tier Project posting my own spun article selection?

  • SvenSven
    >don't URLs Shorteners and redirects expire quickly?

    Well depends on the Shorteners.

  • DeeeeeeeeDeeeeeeee the Americas
    "Well depends on the Shorteners."

    I can see that for some projects, it wouldn't matter. Like for time-sensitive offers, posts on services like Craigs List pages that expire, etc.

    But for others, like a fixed money site, it definitely would.

    There's quite a long list of URL shorteners included with SER.

    Anyone know of a place that lists all the services SER posts shorteners to that do NOT expire?


  • DeeeeeeeeDeeeeeeee the Americas
    Also, Sven, why do we do this? (URL shortener) Thanks
  • DeeeeeeeeDeeeeeeee the Americas
    Hmm...What about this:

    Money Site<<URL Shortener<<My Own Redirect 301<<T1 GSA Articles<<T2 GSA NonArticles

    My Own Redirect 301 being a site I use to redirect to the URL shortener.  In the event that the URL shortener is taken down, I can just re-direct this.

    I can then just choose to redirect to a different shortener and not waste the links beyond that point. Hmm...Still thinking about this...

  • Hey guys. seeing this post.
    Sorry for the noob question but...
    What is "buffer site(s)" ?

  • DeeeeeeeeDeeeeeeee the Americas
    edited December 2019
    Meant to write:

    Money Site<<Buffer Site(s)<<URL Shortener<<My Own 301-Redirect<<T1-GSA Articles<<T2-GSA NonArticles
  • DeeeeeeeeDeeeeeeee the Americas
    edited December 2019
    'What is "buffer site(s)" ?'

    These sites go between your target site (web 2.0s or money site) and the backlinks you're creating with SER. Buffer sites insulate you from any negative consequences of hitting your site with too many links.

    They are sites with that are huge and can easily tolerate backlinking like crazy.

    Think big "web 2.0" social networking sites. Here, Sven also suggests using a URL shortener as a buffer between links and the web 2.0.

    Think of it as an insulator for all the high power link juice you're sending down the "wires."
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