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    What is natural link growth?

    Does anyone know when to many links within X time period is bad?

    I obviously want to increase the number of IBL links to my site. I participate
    in several keyword relavent forums and post 2 or 3 messages a day with my signature
    link. I assume this is okay..

    How about spending an entire evening answering every single broken or cracked
    TV question on the web I can find resulting in 50 or 70 new IBLs for a site a month+ old?

    Is that to many?

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    Re: What is natural link growth?

    Just forum links doesn't look too good in your link profile. You need more variety. I know forum links are easy to get, but you need to focus on more ways to promote your website.


    To answer your question in the title: "What is natural link growth?" the answer is: Any link that points to your website of which you do not know about when it was created, is a natural link.
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    Re: What is natural link growth?

    Quote Originally Posted by malice95 View Post
    Does anyone know when to many links within X time period is bad?

    I obviously want to increase the number of IBL links to my site. I participate
    in several keyword relavent forums and post 2 or 3 messages a day with my signature
    link. I assume this is okay..

    How about spending an entire evening answering every single broken or cracked
    TV question on the web I can find resulting in 50 or 70 new IBLs for a site a month+ old?

    Is that to many?

    Thanks, Mike
    you don't necessary need to many links 10 links per day are ok as long as the links is quality and relevant to your site.
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    Re: What is natural link growth?

    Natural link building is done by submitting to related niche...

    In directories you must submit it to right category, forum postings on related to your niche, etc...
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    Re: What is natural link growth?

    Quote Originally Posted by coolguy27 View Post
    Natural link building is done by submitting to related niche...

    In directories you must submit it to right category, forum postings on related to your niche, etc...
    Sorry, but that is not natural link building. That's just actively putting links in what ever place you can get them.
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    Re: What is natural link growth?

    Peter is correct. Directories will very often have their own spiders and they will seek links based on anchor text/ directory topic sections. Bad location sites can also find you and link you. Google understands this problem. If when using your toolbox or xenu for finding these links it is advisable to try to get rid of them by contacting the webmaster.

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    Re: What is natural link growth?

    Just a quick note on the forum links thing. If you're posting loads of replies on one forum G groups them together anyway. Otherwise prolific posters would end up with bloody thousands of free backlinks from relevant content!
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    Re: What is natural link growth?

    Natural linking has been rightly described as the links which are not influence by the website itself in any way. i.e other websites and articles, etc linking naturally to your website because they have found it relevant not as a result of forum signatures or blog posts done by the website or people involved with it in any way. However that is not recommended for websites other than the major websites in the world because in real terms you will need to promote your website in some way or else you will never achieve online exposure.

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    Re: What is natural link growth?

    Here is some cool info in short: SEO Basics - Good Link, Bad Link

    If you want to read about the view of Google check this: Matt Cutts and Eric Enge Discuss Link Building

    Quality link building is no more as it used to be...

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    Re: What is natural link growth?

    I was just reading: SMX Advanced: Link Building Strategies

    I think there are all questions answered...
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