Black Hat Efficiency Index needed

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Black Hat Efficiency Index for Better, Less Competitive, Higher Return, Trending Keywords needed.

Higher Yandex, fewer out-bound-links (the last two means more authority URL's with more do-follows likely), high demand (number of look-ups in 24 hour period), trending upward (linear regression, or slope for demand for keywords or look-ups, Google Trends, for last 3 months), less competition (look up keywords in quotes, total extracted url's) - do this for 20 separate keyword combinations of interest, rank, test results, like 6 week mortality rate of backlink, manual posting first, spin editorial post 15 times with no anchor text for 15 posts per site, then editorial post anchor-text endorsement, offer backlinks to host below them in a multi-tier pyramid and commission after 15 non-anchor-text posts.

BHEI = (Yandex Score * 24 hour demand * slope of 3 month linear regression demand curve) / (# out bound links * # of competitors for keywords in quotes);

I would be willing to buy and sell this information - all interested to sell, spend time listening to news, a lot of time looking at main trending keywords at trends.google.com, this would be a valuable service.
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I will pay more when I offer my own keyword lists that I can compare to the general population of other keywords black hats are interested in, where you can merge keywords, geographic keywords can be targeted and effective, come up with fluctuations, synonyms, and relevant scraped keywords, highly essential, as robots seek out more relevant keywords in high numbers on pages than what humans that point-to (keyword relevance for total page content and backlinks are everything to Googlebot), in order to endorse a Web page. Long-tail keywords which share the same competitive keyword for partial search-matching, where you have a chance to rank high for that keyword for obvious reasons, are also very important.
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What is the point in what you said? It makes no sense, just reads like jargon.
 

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It makes a lot of sense, with purchased links, you don't always get what you pay for. It does if it is competitive, but there are keywords/links that are high demand, low competition, trending upward, where you can spend less per link and get better results. The problem is, most Black Hats are not mathematicians and are missing out on golden opportunities.
 

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I really like this, but unless it's something that's evergreen, chances are that if you start building links for things that are already trending, then you're likely late to the party, unless your site has got some serious juice behind it. The goal is to start ranking BEFORE the trend occurs. Again, unless your site is strong enough to jump in alongside the trend. For most people, however, the latter isn't viable.
 

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I understand, it depends on the history of the trend. Some things are smoother waves and therefore more predictable (I new a guy who always did well selling costumes before Halloween, Halloween, Christmas, etc., are very predictable, peaking one month before the event). The trick is to brain-storm and find sub-category keywords for trends with "ratty" data, but add them together in Excel, you get a smoother wave. In the 90's, there was a guy with a high batting average predicting plane crashes, looking at size/type of plane, even the color (non-spurious factor, throw it in there anyway), place, time of day/year). Even if he is wrong, you measure the percentage error and why, more recursive sub-keyword look-ups, the future's market is everything to survival.

I really like this, but unless it's something that's evergreen, chances are that if you start building links for things that are already trending, then you're likely late to the party, unless your site has got some serious juice behind it. The goal is to start ranking BEFORE the trend occurs. Again, unless your site is strong enough to jump in alongside the trend. For most people, however, the latter isn't viable.
"Strength in numbers" is the key, as I am writing a Python scraper for Google Trends, which includes an ocr scraper for numbers, related keywords, etc., top 500 keywords for template spins/data merging for low plagiarism articles. Google can index 500 pages a day. To "corner the market", you must choose a trend that trends up according to Fourier analysis, based on related/sun-category keywords, that are looked up recursively until, say, the margin of error is below 1% for predicting the future, where the linear regression for the past (last 5 years, 3 years, 1 year, 3 months, etc.) favors an upward trend for the amount of time (say, beyond the 6-week organic indexing period of Google) that puts you ahead. This is valuable information that can be sold at a high price.
 
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