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  1. Google: Not Worth Signing Up For ******** Profile Links
  2. https://www.seroundtable.com/********-profile-links-google-28905.html
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  14. Well what are your thoughts guys?
  15. I think they work pretty good :)
  16. Will do a case study soon! (If someone wants to help, do let me know)
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  21. I would be interested in seeing that case study, I have yet to see a significant impact of profile links for my sites.
  22. I do them anyway for link diversity.
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  25. https://www.seroundtable.com/********-profile-links-google-28905.html
  26. Well what are your thoughts guys?
  27. I think they work pretty good :)
  28. Will do a case study soon! (If someone wants to help, do let me know)
  29. I thought you had a case study on this topic.
  30. They will deny almost everything be it regarding links, on-page SEO and whatnot.
  31. On the other hand, can you imagine JM saying '... yes, there is nothing wrong with profile links...' It's not going to happen. Obviously he's going to say NO.
  32. While I'm not a huge fun of profile links, I see them all the time ranking on top of SERP as parasites. Some have a sentence and a link only.
  33. I think best is to go with what's ranking on Google, not with what they say.
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  35. The only thing they think is worth doing is buying loads of PPC ads.
  36. Would you like to earn more with your Amazon affiliate website??
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  38. Yeah I've never seen any impact from profile links, and everyone says they are essential for "pillowing", but I've seen more sites ranking well without blatant pillow links than those that have them so I'm dubious of even this advertised benefit..
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  41. The only thing they think is worth doing is buying loads of PPC ads.
  42. hahaha with automatic "optimization" of course ;)
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  44. I think they work pretty good :)
  45. Is it current stats on your side, or just a thinking
  46. It will a good thing if you do a case study as the forum one
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  48. Profile links are usually my first links for a new website. It lays a good foundation of branded links and looks rather natural. I only send them to the home page or about us page to keep as natural as possible. But I always see my impressions jump after they start indexing. Then I start building other links, they are a good primer.
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  51. It can be used for marketing. Other than this, I see no value in profile DF links.
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  54. I don’t mind testing on my client site provided you can help to get relevant profile links to sign up for I’m very lazy to find them lol
  55. ?
  56. complete crap .
  57. read the comments on that page.
  58. do-follow and no-follow are both needed and are both valuable for SEO.
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  61. Will have to do a case study soon! I need people with new sites to do this case study properly :)
  62. Hit me up if you have a new site.
  63. I would be interested in seeing that case study, I have yet to see a significant impact of profile links for my sites.
  64. I do them anyway for link diversity.
  65. Currently, I have told my employees to test it on 3 new sites. Will not be a single variable test or SEO science experiment :p
  66. But we will know what's up and do they help or not (in any particular serp)
  67. I thought you had a case study on this topic.
  68. Did a case study on forum and blog comments.
  69. Forum link building is awesome! (If you know what you're doing)
  70. They will deny almost everything be it regarding links, on-page SEO and whatnot.
  71. On the other hand, can you imagine JM saying '... yes, there is nothing wrong with profile links...' It's not going to happen. Obviously he's going to say NO.
  72. While I'm not a huge fun of profile links, I see them all the time ranking on top of SERP as parasites. Some have a sentence and a link only.
  73. I think best is to go with what's ranking on Google, not with what they say.
  74. True! Well the thing is Google employees won't tell you how to manipulate rankings.
  75. According to them expired domains don't work for rankings! (Complete garbage)
  76. We should keep testing what works and what doesn't if we want to make some organic money :D
  77. The only thing they think is worth doing is buying loads of PPC ads.
  78. On Point!
  79. Yeah I've never seen any impact from profile links, and everyone says they are essential for "pillowing", but I've seen more sites ranking well without blatant pillow links than those that have them so I'm dubious of even this advertised benefit..
  80. But, I think people still rank their website using profile links (not in competitive niche of course)
  81. Works better than building no links at all :p
  82. Is it current stats on your side, or just a thinking
  83. It will a good thing if you do a case study as the forum one
  84. That's what I have noticed on serps. I make profile links for my sites but I do a lot of link building to my websites :/
  85. Profile links are usually my first links for a new website. It lays a good foundation of branded links and looks rather natural. I only send them to the home page or about us page to keep as natural as possible. But I always see my impressions jump after they start indexing. Then I start building other links, they are a good primer.
  86. That's the point! You might be able to rank easy af niches with these I believe!
  87. It can be used for marketing. Other than this, I see no value in profile DF links.
  88. How can it be used in marketing? (Would be interesting)
  89. I don’t mind testing on my client site provided you can help to get relevant profile links to sign up for I’m very lazy to find them lol
  90. Haha!
  91. Well my employees are scraping some good profile links for this test. Let's see what happens.
  92. complete crap .
  93. read the comments on that page.
  94. do-follow and no-follow are both needed and are both valuable for SEO.
  95. Cool! I just wanted to hear opinions here :)
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  97. Waiting for new case study
  98. ?
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  100. Profile links are usually my first links for a new website. It lays a good foundation of branded links and looks rather natural. I only send them to the home page or about us page to keep as natural as possible. But I always see my impressions jump after they start indexing. Then I start building other links, they are a good primer.
  101. I was always thinking about what type of link I should build for a newly created website, and your reply gave me the answer. Thanks for that.
  102. So, it's safe to build all profile links to the homepage..?? Or should I build some links to category pages and/or tag pages..??
  103. Your insight, please.
  104. Did a case study on forum and blog comments.
  105. Forum link building is awesome! (If you know what you're doing)
  106. Thank you for the conclusion.
  107. Already started working on this.
  108. Mind sharing how many words are good for a forum post that contains the link..?? And should it be contextual or naked/raw link, which one is give better results.??
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  110. If google says it doesn't work, then guess what, it does. I use good profile links all the time, works for me.
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  113. Well what are your thoughts guys?
  114. i dont fuck with them anymore. they prob work if he said no though
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  117. @WebMinati your forum link building case study was awesome dude.
  118. Can you share any more details about how you scrape for profile links?
  119. Last edited: Jan 30, 2020
  120. Did you come to any conclusion with your exclusive profile links test?
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