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Blasting Web2.0 Subdomain instead?

Discussion in 'Black Hat SEO' started by obeselizard, Mar 22, 2013.

  1. obeselizard

    obeselizard Regular Member

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    I have been messing with link pyramids as of late (still kinda new to it) but if I wanted to rank a web2.0 subdomain for a keyword instead of a domain & site of my own, could I have success just by blasting the subdomain with all kinds of backlinks instead of doing the usual link pyramid strategy nowadays?
     
  2. aka sam

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    You should do everything which you do a for normal domain to get it ranked. Try to have keyword in the URL and Title of the sub domain. Do some bookmarks as first tier links, you should point some article links as well...if the keyword is long and have less competition ..you can get it ranked pretty easily.
     
  3. obeselizard

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    Well to be more specific, I'm mainly referring to ranking low comp long tail keywords, which the typical link pyramid strategy may be a bit overkill/time consuming for especially when you consider I'm trying to rank many different keywords for different websites, which each individually don't make huge traffic, so I'm trying to be as efficient as possible. And I would like to go about ranking these low comp keywords as easy as possible.
     
  4. obeselizard

    obeselizard Regular Member

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    Any thoughts on this ?
     
  5. dragonrage01

    dragonrage01 Power Member

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    Short answer is no. You rank free websites the same way you rank domains.