GSA and SERPS

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GSA and SERPS
« on: 06-24-2014, 19:32:44 »
Hi everyone,

I have been using GSA with several lists for projects to improve SERPS specifically, I have however found that as soon as the GSA Ranker is running for a few days, the SERPS actually get affected negatively before improving above initial level. Does anyone else find this to be the case?

I am also a bit concerned regarding Negative SEO impact of using GSA, but so far I have not found the Negative SEO rumours to prove true, my conclusion to this is that the Google Algorithm updates do not score site negatively, at most ignores link juice from some networks/sites, but not actual penalties, the penalties seem to be mostly manual, and so far only high profile websites are rumoured to be affected, probably through some extreme Black Hat Techniques potentially reported by competitors.

So for 2014, Black Hat SEO is still the king, and Negative SEO is either a myth or depends on very specific parameters of backlink portfolio.

Your opinions are very welcome.

Cheers


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Re: GSA and SERPS
« Reply #1 on: 06-28-2014, 11:59:07 »
Hi everyone,

I have been using GSA with several lists for projects to improve SERPS specifically, I have however found that as soon as the GSA Ranker is running for a few days, the SERPS actually get affected negatively before improving above initial level. Does anyone else find this to be the case?

I am also a bit concerned regarding Negative SEO impact of using GSA, but so far I have not found the Negative SEO rumours to prove true, my conclusion to this is that the Google Algorithm updates do not score site negatively, at most ignores link juice from some networks/sites, but not actual penalties, the penalties seem to be mostly manual, and so far only high profile websites are rumoured to be affected, probably through some extreme Black Hat Techniques potentially reported by competitors.

So for 2014, Black Hat SEO is still the king, and Negative SEO is either a myth or depends on very specific parameters of backlink portfolio.

Your opinions are very welcome.

Cheers
GSA is just a tool you can either increase or decrease your rankings.  You have to take attention at your off page ranking factors- before and after- do not build links as insane millions a day. Try to make a strattegy- what links from which country, how many per day and etc.  And if you be lucky you will get results

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Re: GSA and SERPS
« Reply #2 on: 11-14-2014, 06:20:52 »
GSA is a great software,but don't use it for tier 1 backlink.Always use it for tier 2 or 3 backlink.For tier 1 backlink do manually high quality backlink.
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