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Authority Website Strategy?

Discussion in 'Black Hat SEO' started by spectrejoe, Feb 3, 2015.

  1. spectrejoe

    spectrejoe Jr. VIP Jr. VIP

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    I'm making one but it's blackhat related so there's not that much competition nor is there a lot of relevant websites so It's almost impossible to find relevant/related backlinks.

    This is what I've done so far:
    - Added content (currently at 21 posts ~12-20k Words)
    - Added monetization
    - 1 youtube/dailymotion video per post
    - Added plenty of plugins to improve SEO (Yoast, Quick cache, auto image alt tag, and a few more) and updated their settings according to the site needs.
    - Added logo (just to because most authority sites do it)


    It's only been 2 weeks (almost) and I'm soon gonna run out of content (not run out but I will slow down a bit to 1 post a day) and I wanted to start SEO by the 3rd week however what should be the best approach to guarantee that the majority of my posts gets ranked? Right now the site is like 10-11 days old and only got 3-4 keywords in top 100 with almost no competition.


    I was thinking about making 1 web2.0 per post+homepage+categories but doing it all manually would be a pain in the ass, ~30 web2.0 with manually written articles about topics that don't have much to write about... What would you do in this situation?


    Also when you are doing web2.0 do you let the content age before placing links? and do you do tier2 links? And lets say one of your posts is "how to lose weight fast" would you make an articke for the web2.0 about the exact same niche but reworded differently?




    PS: Don't get me wrong I'm focusing on content but I know I will also need offsite SEO to get the rankings going that's why I'm asking for help, I won't disregard the content
     
  2. Nut-Nights

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    Tier 2 links can profile, blog comments, wiki links, SB. If your money site niche is weight loss then you should create web 2.0s around this niche, to get niche relevant links.
     
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    In your place.. I would build up more content before starting building any backlinks... If you're building authority site... Min 70-80 articles
     
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  4. spectrejoe

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    I will, I'm planning to only start in a few days/weeks once I hit ~40 Articles however I'm not sure what kind of strategy I should take for backlinks after I get to that point.

    And 70-80 isn't that easy in the type of niche I'm targetting, it's possible but not easy, don't have that many niches related to the general site niche and the content is also scarce but I'll definitely hit 100 articles in 2-3 months
     
  5. jacobhagberg

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    Why not work hard to get better quality links rather than spamming away...at least for Tier 1. Even for your topic you have potential pages like this: en(period)wikipedia(period)org/wiki/Search_engine_optimization#White_hat_versus_black_hat_techniques
     
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    In my opinion, first start with social signals (facebook, g+, twitter, stumbleupon, reddit) becuase this signals play huge role if you want authority website
     
  7. spectrejoe

    spectrejoe Jr. VIP Jr. VIP

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    Yep I'll setup facebook and twitter for my profile tomorrow, it will auto post URLs once I post something
     
  8. affarmy

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    don't get too stuck on trying to be relevant with your link strategy. But DO focus on getting links from AUTHORITY sites, like someone earlier in the thread mentioned (wikipedia). Guest posts, sape from auth sites etc etc since you are going BH on this one.
    2.0's won't do much IMO because they are exploited already. Think news sites, magazines etc. A blog comment link on a site like The NY Post can go a long ways.. :)
     
  9. spectrejoe

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    I don't think I can get links from these sites without paying A LOT for them
     
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    You can basically rewrite a single article a number of times for each web2.0 as you need unique content, not necessarily content that gives out new educative content every time.
     
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    1. Get some social presence going (facebook or twitter, or both, more wouldn't hurt), get a little bit active or do some paid advertising to get a few likes to your page

    2. Take the top sites ranking, download their backlinks from ahrefs/majestic and see what links they got - it might not get you to #1, but it's a start

    3. Free platforms/a PBN are always an option as others before me have mentioned
     
  12. spectrejoe

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    and lets say I wanted to backlink all my posts, 5 backlinks per post, what should be the naked url % for the anchor text on each post?

    Such as:

    Post1.com

    has 5 backlinks with the anchor text:
    post1.com(naked url)
    post1.com(naked url)
    keyword(anchor text)
    post1.com (naked url)
    keyword(anchor text)

    is that good or too much anchor text?
     
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    That makes your main anchor 40% ? With a few links it's not that bad, but i'd go even lower, and throw in some long tail keywords (assuming you plan on having more than 5 links in total).
     
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    When they say find relevant backlinks, it doesn't necessarily mean you have to go finding sites and sending application for guest post or link exchange.

    Sometimes what it means is creating and making them up in a way of network.
     
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    You can get links from those sites for free through outreach if and only if your content is top-notch and your website looks trustworthy.
     
  16. dragiia

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    Web 2.0's are definitely still useful if done right. Treat them like a normal site, just put in 1/10th the effort in the articles etc.

    Put them on a separate email account, add articles every week or so while you let it ripen. Include a link to a non-competing relevant authority site in each post. Include a link to your article with the target keyword linked in the middle of the article, surrounded by highly relevant niche long tail phrases/terms. Create social media accounts for each web 2.0. - Google +, Twitter, Facebook, get some friends, followers etc.

    Once your pages are indexed. Blast the articles with cheap comments/blog posts/web 2.0.

    Wait another 2 weeks and watch those puppies fly. Also really helps if you can snag an authentic authority site at the same time you're blasting your web 2.0's. Sort of mask it, make it look like the links are coming from the new authority site that just linked to you.
     
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