What time frame should back links be installed?
Should they be done all at once in a weeks time or would it be better to build them up over a long period of time?
Well if you are linking hubs together over time otherwise I think it is okay to do them whenever you want to. But I am not an expert to back links.
I think the newest theory is to do it slowly, and not all at once. Of course this is to trick Google, but I think trying to deceive Google is always going to be a fruitless proposition.
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