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A blog network capable of ranking just about any money site

Discussion in 'Black Hat SEO' started by ff1227, Jan 10, 2013.

  1. ff1227

    ff1227 Junior Member

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    Tell me what you guys think about the awesome power of something like this.

    Would you pay money for this if your could use it to rank almost anything in Google? I'm talking ranking your own sites, client sites, affiliate sites, etc. I don't think I need to tell you how powerful top Google rankings are. You already know what a pain in the ass Google is in general.

    This doesn't exist but I'm very seriously contemplating building this and I want your feedback. You probably realize that essentially all the things other blog networks did left a giant footprint for Googl. This is designed for the long term and protected against Google algorithm updates because it would be done the right way.

    Basic Rules:
    • Everyone must contribute 1 blog of PR 3 or greater (training provided if you've never bought an expired domain with PR) with at least 100 domain links in ahrefs.com
    • Anyone can post to each other's blogs and there will be an automated back end to randomly post.
    • Only 100 people allowed total (so 100 total blogs in each network).
    • Each site must have at least 10 posts without links to keep Google from identifying it as well as some basic about us, privacy policy pages filled out.
    • Unique (aka not spun) valuable content only, which will be human moderated.
    • 300+ words per post with images and videos and many posts will have random authority links be added for camouflage.
    • Must block ahrefs, majestic seo, and opensiteexplorer in your robots so your competitors can not reverse engineer your links.
    • No spammy 2nd tier backlinks to your posts
    • Extremely exclusive and private which means no selling links on the sites either. Nobody wants to ruin a good thing.

    In short, it's set up so everybody helps everybody else's sites rank.

    I'm only just taking a survey at this point right now to see if this is worth building. If you want to potentially join this, get notifications at this website.

    http://secretblognetwork.com

    In case you're wondering why I'm doing it this way, it's because it'll require programmers, content editors, etc. I need to make sure there's enough interest before we make that kind of commitment.

    Estimated pricing is $20/month mostly for content editing and programming employees as well as your own cost to submit your own blog up front. That's pretty much break even pricing just to cover the employee costs so we can have this kind of power to wield.

    PS
    This isn't some lame attempt at creating an optin list to sell you guys stuff. I promise this particular list is for updates on this blog network and that's it. I think you realize this already but it was worth mentioning just in case.
     
  2. AR!ZONA

    AR!ZONA Regular Member

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    What makes you think this doesn't exist already?
     
  3. ff1227

    ff1227 Junior Member

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    There are tons of blog networks already. I have a few of mine private ones that I use for clients.

    This is set up so it's affordable for anyone to join to get some real power and it's set up properly so it doesn't get ripped apart by Google in 3 months.
     
  4. Maja92

    Maja92 Regular Member

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    Similar things already exist OP...

    best to do it on your own or with a group of people in a mastermind. Not what you are doing using those rules where random people can submit articles, etc.
     
  5. ff1227

    ff1227 Junior Member

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    I would agree to a certain extent but I have to yet to see one that didn't have giant gaping footprints that would be easy for Google to find.