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Its very influenced by the crawl rate of the linking site
My experience is that if I don't see a bump within a fortnight, its not going to happen.
What I'm more interested to know is how long it takes Google to update the site-wide part of their algorithm.
The actual pages that have new links *have* seen some increase in traffic to a small degree over the past few months, but I haven't seen any site wide improvements except for PR values increasing handsomely.
Out of curiosity, are those what could be considered "reciprocal" links
I don't know if you can expect your "entire site" to get a boost
So let's say you've been on a link building spree for the past few months and over that time and even including today and yesterday, you've managed to land some really good natural links.
How long does it take for these links to actually become effective on gaining some more authority and thus higher ranking?
What I'm wondering about is how long it takes Google to refresh that linkgraph and implement them in to the rankings.
If your links are from sites that are known to be part of link building sprees
I meant campaign: this is a period of time which I concentrate on building links.
You've managed to land some really good natural links.
* A special thank you to wheel.
My best guess is that at some point in the next 2,3,6 months Google does a small update and boom, up you go.
Thanks for the kind words. I'm really starting to feel like I'm a dinosaur, nobody builds links like this anymore. So now there's me and apparently.....you :).