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Discussion in 'Black Hat SEO' started by Robby54, Jul 7, 2013.

  1. Robby54

    Robby54 Regular Member

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    Can anyone tell me why am I not seeing any increase in the serps?

    I built a network of 5 blog's so far (will be 40 when im done) for a relatively easy keyword (the 1# site is a youtube video with no links).

    The PR Breakdown of my sites are:

    PR 4
    PR 4
    PR 5
    PR 3
    PR 3

    All with solid backlinks..

    All sites with 10-30 page of content.

    So far it's been 14 day's and I haven't seen not even the slightest boost.. I thought the rankings should at least gradually move but I still don't see a single movement what so ever.

    The keyword is sitting around the 160-180 range.

    Do you know why Im not seeing much movement?

    Is this normal? How long dose it take you to see results from your network?
     
  2. Nikola.Tesla

    Nikola.Tesla Junior Member

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    index the backlinks by pinging and create rss feed for the url where the backlinks is. Don't blast backlinks to the url for indexing you will hurt your private blog. Are you sure that the link is placed where the actual page rank is? otherwise it will not improve your rankings.
     
  3. Moosey

    Moosey Senior Member

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    5 Blogs is very minor. You can order a service to be placed over 200-300 sites over 14 days for a minor cost. Look around for cheaper alternates if you only plan to promote one money site. Building a successful blog network is a very complex process that requires heavy investment and much time/skill. Good luck anyways, my $0.02

    I'm out.
     
  4. Robby54

    Robby54 Regular Member

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    Yes, im sure. All links are placed on the homepage and inner pages where PR is located. Google has already shown the updated pages in their index so I would assume they know that the link in there.
     
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    ritafairclough Junior Member

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    Th blog network is all on different IPs, under different registrant names and domain registrars and the content is original?
     
  6. Robby54

    Robby54 Regular Member

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    I actually have around 2k to spend on a decent network, I've also been studying how to build a safe network for around 2 years, but im finally taking action now..

    I would rather build my own network since I could easily promote 10 money sites as opposed to paying someone to place a link on their network just to promote 1 site. I've also gotten penalty's in the past for using other peoples blog network since they use all type of crap to save money like SEO host, spun content, etc..

    In the long run I would be saving a lot of money just building up my own...
     
  7. Robby54

    Robby54 Regular Member

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    Yep,

    Different shared hosting, As far as I was told, the registrant names were not important, as long as Privacy Protection is enabled. Yes, all content is original.
     
  8. Moosey

    Moosey Senior Member

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    That's true, I like your mind set I would do the same thing in your situation. I was under the wrong impression, good luck with your network:)
     
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  9. SEO_Alchemy

    SEO_Alchemy Senior Member

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    Is your target onPage set up correctly. Is your keyword the exact title of the page/site? No way you should be 160+ for easy keyword if that really is exactly what you have in your title tag.
     
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  10. Robby54

    Robby54 Regular Member

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    Actually No, it has the keywords on page but not in order, here's an example of what I mean:

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    The keyword is on page but not exact.

    I wouldn't think this would be a problem since before (when I was doing tired link building) I was on page 2 for this keyword. After my link's died off, I droped down to 160-180 range. (This was about 2 months ago)

    All my other keywords are still ranked #1 though.

    Do you think that this could be the problem?
     
  11. TwistedSEO

    TwistedSEO Regular Member

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    There are many factors that come into play, not just PR. What is the age, PA, DA, etc. of your high PR sites? Are the backlinks going into the sites from other high PR sites or are they spammy blog comments, etc. How many backlinks/referring ips do they each have?
     
  12. Robby54

    Robby54 Regular Member

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    This has already been checked upon purchase, All have PA, DA of 20+

    No domain drops

    Moz Rank 3+

    The sites were not previously penalized.

    All backlinks pointing to the domains are coming from inner pages/home pages with PR, no blog comments or any other type of link spam.
     
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    It would definitely make your life easier :)

    Have a look at some search results for highly commercial keywords" "Lose Weight Fast" "Make Money Online". See anything similar? 9 out of 10 reults contain the exact keyword in the exact order. Either that is the full title or it has an extra word or two on either end, but the title is exactly in the title, and in the exact order. These guys know what they are doing... you should replicate their methodology.

    Switch up your title, headings etc to reflect the keyword you are after, build up some more links on your network for that keyword.

    (edited, didn't see your comments about other keywords still ranking well on your site).

    Good luck.
     
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  14. SEO_Alchemy

    SEO_Alchemy Senior Member

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    ....sorry, just saw that your other keywords on same site are still# 1???

    well forget the Penguin issue. All your keywords would be gone then. If it's your main keyword that you are most worried about, then the optmization factor still holds true. You just need to consider which keywords are the most important for you and go from there.
     
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  15. Robby54

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    It's cool. I will go ahead and give it a shot and see what happens.

    Yea, all my other keywords are doing just fine, its just a few which drooped (the ones I did very little link building to begin with).
     
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