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Blogger / Google Trends Question

Discussion in 'Black Hat SEO' started by Alex Brooks, Jan 21, 2010.

  1. Alex Brooks

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    Hey there.
    After recently buying ScrapeBox (Amazing software) - I'm looking into starting mini-blogs on Blogger based on niches I find in Google trends, I was just wondering what's the best way to go about doing this. I was thinking about starting a general blog, but then I found a lot of the keywords are very low-comp, so simply having the keyword within the domain would be a huge boost, so my question is, what's the better way to go?

    1) Multiple trends on a single blog
    2) Single trend on a single blog
     
  2. Alex Brooks

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    Hmmm, I was thinking more of the bonus of internal linking, but external linking for me isn't a issue for either, many people do create micro blogs for trends like that, it can be very profitable.
     
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    I would go with your first option.

    It will be much more valuable in the long run than the 2nd option.

    A good way to boost your efforts is to create themed blogs. For example, one blog for celeb news/gossip, one blog for world news, etc.

    As each builds up traffic, PR, and ranking, you can start to interlink them, use them to help you index your other sites quickly, use them for backlinks...
     
  4. Alex Brooks

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    I was thinking about doing that, have blogs for general niches, then interlink them, but there are so many general niches with trends, that's the only problem. I've been thinking about making a general blog just on google trends, no real niche, just articles on whatever is on google trends lol.
     
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    In addition, I would like to say that you may want to track hottrends over time and see which ones stay "hot".
    Cheers.
     
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    Cheers for the idea man. :)
     
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    True, but you can kind of tell what's going to have a lot of buzz around it for awhile i.e. Tiger Woods and his exploits.

    I would start off with one for celeb news and one for world news for example.

    Then you can categorize your posts in each respective blog.