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Building your own network for SEO

Discussion in 'White Hat SEO' started by codeman1234, Jan 24, 2013.

  1. codeman1234

    codeman1234 Power Member

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    Hello,

    I am building my own free blog network to make good SEO in one of my sites, I would like to know what are the best places to make free blogs that are easy to get a PageRank of 1 to 3 and how to make that PR to rise to those levels the easiest and faster way? I already build one in blogspot.com and wordpress.com, what else there is there?

    I will appreciatte any sugestions, since its my first time doing this.

    Best Regards,
     
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    codeman1234 Power Member

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    If I just buy an expired domain woth PR 5 for example that it keeps its PR? Even after changing nameservers, server IP and content?

    Please can some confirm me this or is this a scam?

    Cheers!
     
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    it may or it may not keep its PR
     
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    you'll need literally 100's of free blogs to make even the slightest bit of difference (in my opinion).

    Even with self hosted blogs you'll need at least 100 to make it worth the effort.

    As for dropped domains with PR - use the search function here, theres a million or so posts about it.
     
  6. MatthewMagicMan

    MatthewMagicMan BANNED BANNED

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    Buy for Page Authority and Domain Authority, build out the domains and get good hosting. It's work but it pays off.
     
  7. scribeforthetribe

    scribeforthetribe Registered Member

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    If you have some money, definitely try to buy some sites. And you can do it over time if you need to. One a month, and a year from now you could have 12 nice PR4 or PR5 sites to help pass juice.

    I've been creating my own private blog network over the past month and I would suggest hitting the GoDaddy Closeouts if you want to find some cheap sites with good DA/PA. You may have to search through several pages before finding one that meets good criteria, but I can always find one or two within an hour or so of searching. I just plug them into SEOMoz bar and I make sure they haven't been banned in Google or been excessively dropped by the Registrar. It is easier to find high PA/DA blogs in the bargain bins than it is to find high PR and I agree with Matthewmagicman in that who really gives a shyt about PR? PA/DA will help you rank right now.

    With that being said...

    I do watch the auctions for high PR one's. I use Keyword Domainizer for this, which is kinda a piece of shyt but it does this job quickly. I'm sure there are better softwares out there but I'm not looking for a replacement right now.

    I picked up a PR3 that is DMOZ listed today...paid a little more than I wanted to ($89) as there was a flurry of activity in the last five minutes and I let myself get caught up in it. I picked up a PR5 yesterday for $17. You'll have to pay for a year of regsitration and I also to Private Whois so that takes a $17 site to about $37.

    Of course it takes about a week for the site to get transferred to you and it is still possible that the previous owner could claim it in that week, in which case, you get your money back. That's actually never happened to me yet.

    I've picked up a few PR5's for less than $25 just by spending a little time every day checking out the bargains and auctions.

    I use SEO hosting for them so that they are all on at least different Class C's and I will do a redirect (to my home page) for any pages that were linked previously from PR 1 or greater websites.
    My SEO Hosting costs $24.95 a month for up to 100 sites (host9). Alternatively, you could rebuild the same link structure for any pages that had High PR backlinks to them. Just use the free version of SEO Spyglass for this.

    I have eight sites now and would like to take it to twenty five. I don't sell services or do SEO for anyone right now. At this stage I just use them to help rank my own sites.

    Hope this helps. It was kind of a brain dump that may not be in sequential order.
     
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  8. scribeforthetribe

    scribeforthetribe Registered Member

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    It really all depends what backlinks were created to give that site a PR5. If it's a redirect and someone pulls the redirect, then yeah, you're screwed. If the people who own those backlinks decide to delete them, then yeah, you also could lose some juice. That's why you need to check out their links in a tool like Majestic SEO (free) or SEO Spyglass (Free). As I said in my other post, if I see some good, high PR links to the site I want to buy, I definitely want to redirect those inner pages to my home page. Of course if all the links are to the site's home page, then nothing to worry about. If you use wordpress installation, there's actually a free plugin called Redirector or something link that, which makes it dead simple to redirect those pages to your home page once you buy the site and set it up.

     
  9. kasheshe

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    Creating a private network is one sure way of keeping ahead of the curve. But as you have seen from the posts above, it is not an easy thing. But like they say, good things come to those that wait.
     
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    Buying an expired domain seems pricey. I big on a PR6. I think it sold for $500.