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How Many Links Per Month is Too much?
When Should I Slow Down Acquiring Links so that it Looks Natural?
Langers




msg:416210
 3:22 pm on Jul 7, 2005 (gmt 0)

Is there a suggested maximum number of exchange links that should be gathered per month before it starts getting into the realms of spam.

I seem to remember somewhere on here that is is quite low for Google...

 

sem4u




msg:416211
 7:49 am on Jul 8, 2005 (gmt 0)

There isn't really a suggested maximum, but I would try and do what is in-line with most of your competitors. That way it looks more natural.

Crush




msg:416212
 3:24 pm on Jul 8, 2005 (gmt 0)

Depends if the site is old or not, how many pages on the site, what keywords you are going for. I would love to know what the algo is for this. Any google employee is welcome to sticky me with the answer :)

Langers




msg:416213
 8:40 pm on Jul 8, 2005 (gmt 0)

same here!

neuron




msg:416214
 10:42 pm on Jul 9, 2005 (gmt 0)

When Should I Slow Down Acquiring Links so that it Looks Natural?
Why slow down? If yor are getting links, keep getting them.

It is quite possible the most popular site on the internet two years from now does not even exist today. Certainly, in a couple of years there will be several new major sites that do not exist today. For a site that goes to the top of its SERPs, what will their linking history look like two years from now? We would most likely see that the site started out geting links immediately and that the rate of link acquisition increased steadily over time. There would likely be no slowing down.

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