Discussion in 'Black Hat SEO' started by dragonrage01, Feb 6, 2013.
Anyone know a private network blog diagram?
what do you mean on private network blog diagram?
There are lots of private blog networks like SAPE. Some are deindexed by google already. I just want to know how people interlink them together.
What's the purpose of your network?
If you are trying to build network to boost your own ranks there are few rules:
1. make blogs look as legit as you can - put on privacy/about me/contact pages, social signals plugins/etc, customize authors profile, emails and so on - they have to look good, as good to pass a manual inspection if it comes to that.
2. do not interlink them in any way.
3. do not post to same money site/url more than 20-30% of posts from same blog.
4. if you are syndicating content, do not post same article to more than 50% of your blogs.
5. put in filler posts with no links at all and/or links to authority sites in your niche. Mix in links to authority sites in your money site posts
6. randomize posts - even a 100 word post stating "I will take vacation just because and wont be posting for next 10 days" will look legit and natural
7. use internal linking - ideally, from another posts to the post you are pointing to money site
8. do not sell links from your blog network to anyone - they will, eventually, nuke the hell out of them and your sites will get penalized or worse. The only exception is if you
build dedicated network of sites for your clients to rank their sites.
9. do not show/tell about your domains to anyone - there are tons of jealous jerks in the world who will rat on you.
10. ideally you do not want to have more than 2-3 blogs sitting on same IP in same niche
11. avoid so called "SEO" hosting companies as they are all on G's radar, look for ordinary hosting companies that offer some sort of multiple geo locations or cloud hosting
12. do not use cheap backlink methods to build links back to those sites - avoid fiverr's 10000 links for 5$ offers, ideally build as closely related backlinks to your niche as you can get.
13. you can be little bit more aggressive when building links to your blogs since you really don't care if they rank that well or get -100 or -200 SERP penalties
14. Forget about SEO, think and link like blogger.
That's short version of blog networking 101, if you want longer - check blogseries.com, there is a good forum post explaining bit more.
Very good, thanks a lot...
For me the best diagramm is the pyramidal one...
I have to interlink the blogs in some way.
I'm thinking about a pyramid diagram also. Not site wide links though. Maybe 2% of posts links to another one of my blogs.
Why do you feel like you need to interlink your blogs?
You dont need to interlink your blogs in any way. Just use them to make good quality tier1 links and GSA/etc to build lower tiers - same deal but instead of 1 big pyramid you will have loads of smaller ones.
I think it is very risky to interlink them. In my opinion it is better to build authority of each blog than try to share link juice among them. Compartmentalize If you get hit, only one site will go down. If it is all linked, you will drown whole deal.
When you're creating networks of web 2.0 as your tier1, do you use the same email and usernames when you signed up on these web 2.0?
Example, sign up on wordpress.com, blogger.com, tumblr.com, etc using the same email? If not, i would imagine how tedious it is to use 1 email address on each platform.
also, i believe the blog url (ie, blog1.wordpress.com; blog2.blogspot.com; blog3.tumblr.com) are ramdom?
and syndication means copying the exact article from your moneysite to these web 2.0 (tier-1)? Or you still need to spin the article before posting it on tier-1?
edit: i have a colleague who has brandable site in .com tld. He also created a lot of web 2.0 blogs with same blog url (ie. brand.blogspot.com; brand.wordpress.com; brand.weebly.com, etc) but with different articles on each post per platform. Im not sure if this technique is ok now a days. Is it ok to just copy the exact articles from his moneysite to the web 2.0 blogs with a link pointing back to the moneysite?
I personally build networks on domains that I actually own.
Lower tiers - yes, mostly free web2.0 with same email address but that is not as important as your tier1.
I see a lot of people trying to take unnecessary shortcuts to save just a few bucks and a little time but could endup costing or at least losing potential income in the longterm.
What I mean is, there is no reason you have to interlink your sites. You can get links for each of them independently. Hosting is cheap, domains are cheap. If you can't take the time and/or little bit of money to make things a little better, what's the point?
Great post by fatsteve. I don't think there is a type of diagram that makes sense for a blog network, i think the most important things are ip diversity and do not interlink
How many their Web 2.0 do you use as tier 1 links to your money site?
Exactly great tips to build a private blog network. Thanks!
Ok, maybe people misunderstood me here. I am thinking of creating a private blog network like sape and etc. These private blog networks are obviously interlinked together.
A normal way of climbing serps would be building a money site and using web2.0 to point to it without interlinking. Obviously, this is not what I want. Because this is what I do already.
What I want is information on how to build a private blog network like SAPE and etc.
So if you guys have any idea, please tell me, ty.
let me just correct you on one thing. SAPE is not a private blog network. its just a medium that connects advertisers and publishers.
if you interlink your blog network google will be able to find it and devalue it. to build your private blog network you have to use it like web 2.0 blogs. just build quality blogs that in no way can be linked to each other, give them PR by building links to them but never interlink them.
Thanks, great post. Most important things is different ip's, nameservers, geo location and not interlink them.
there's an awesome thread around here somewhere about interlinking blogs in a manner undetectable by google
oldenstylehats does a lot of commenting in it that is worth it's weight in gold
but since i'm out of spoons, you'll have to find your own
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