Is It Safe To Throw Kitchen Sink Spam Links To Tier 1 Assets With Your Own GSA Tool?

In the 300th episode of Semantic Mastery’s weekly Hump Day Hangouts (, one participant asked if it is safe to throw kitchen sink spam links to tier 1 assets with your own GSA tool.

The exact question was:

Hi, I was thinking about deleting my SEnuke/GSA licences as I tough I would never have to use it anymore, but now I am thinking of running it once again. I will order contextual for the Tier 1 assets – g site, drive stack, syndication properties from you, however do you think it is safe to throw any as you say kitchen spam links – pings, trackbacks, redirects, comments etc on these tier 1 assets with my own GSA tool or should I do these even worse than the contextual spam links at tier 2 for safer approach?

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Matthew Brewin

Hey, name's Matt. I'm a blogger on, Certified Digital Marketer, and Partner at Internet Profits Ltd.