So, here’s probably the biggest one out there. Yes, I use submission tools and hosting for PBNs, but when I’m building 1st, 2nd and even 3rd tier links I make sure that vary the anchor text a lot.
One of the best ways to get your backlinks looking natural is to use words like click here, link, website, read more, for more information, and get info. This downgrades the backlinks a little bit by anchor text, but does not count against the link juice.
Sure, you won’t rank to the top immediately, but you’re building links that you want to stay in the index. You can rank with these tools, but you can’t shotgun blast everything.
5. Deep Linking
One of the lost arts in SEO & PBN is the deep linking technique. When the Panda and Penguin updates rolled out so many websites were hit because every link on the net was to their homepage.
One of the best ways to get ranked is to have links to your blog posts with unique anchor texts. I like to run an SENuke blast of my first tier links containing optimized anchor texts of my blog posts.
This is a great way to build 2nd tier and even 3rd tier links in a couple of hours.
If you’re only linking to your homepages just wait for that email in your webmaster tools. At the very least, you’re going to get penalized. Deep link all of your blog posts and then deep link all of those backlinks for awesome results.
If you don’t want to go through your site and find all of the URLs, use this free tool from WonderWare to scrape your site. It’s also great for building sitemaps. I use it all the time to extract the URLs from my tiered WordPress, Blogger, Weebly and Blog.com sites.