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Characteristics of a quality Blog Network...

Discussion in 'White Hat SEO' started by ThopHayt, Feb 1, 2014.

  1. ThopHayt

    ThopHayt Jr. VIP Jr. VIP Premium Member

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    I've been building up a pretty decent sized private blog network over the past few months. But I've been wondering if there is anything I can do (or add) that would make it better...

    So here's some things I keep in mind: Seperate IP's, aged domains, various PR's, spoofed whois, custom site design...

    Are there any other things I can mix into my network to give it a little more oomph?
     
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    Depending on how much money / time you or your team has, making them seem as genuine as possible is probably your next step.

    AKA treat them as your little authority sites, make them look legit on your niche, fake some social interaction etc.

    And just add new content regularly, add decent links regularly, separate hosting accounts is better than just seperate IPs (to do with the IPs being in the same class).

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  3. ThopHayt

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    Whats a good way to add more sites that are less niche oriented? So that I can use it for more than just one niche of MS?
     
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    Don't forget to delete all footprints!
     
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    Well it's your network so the answer is obviously you can, in the same way you created it in the first place...

    Probably class it as multiple niche networks, rather than one large network, unless you are interlinking your network, and this can be very risky, as google spiders follow loops and connections.

    If your network is based on Diabetes, then you could class that as a sub niche in the network, and could broaden it for Lung Cancer, Heart Disease etc, to create a general Health network.

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    And what would prevent me from creating a cluster of "blogging" sites, business review sites or "travel" sites that allow me to post on more topics (business types)? Does Google look upon sites without a firm niche poorly?