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Critique my first PPD campaign

Discussion in 'Black Hat SEO' started by futurecardiogod, Jan 5, 2013.

  1. futurecardiogod

    futurecardiogod Registered Member

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    Hey guys,
    So recently I wanted to try out PPD. So I tested some niches and came up with a niche, several keywords with 1k searches , exact.

    My plan :
    Create youtube videos, link them to my website (for now, I started blogspot blog)
    Blogspot blog - created posts , with keywords is title and description.

    SEO:

    Youtube video - optimised title,description and tags. Bought backlinks from fiverr.

    - Did not buy views because my videos got deleted and I modified and reuploaded from another account.
    (Any suggestions which views I should get? My videos ranked #7 until the day before for that keyword but suddnly got deleted)

    Blogspot blog - Planning to buy social bookmark links , high PR manual bookmarks
    - Any other thing I should do?


    Any other suggestions would be appreciated. Thank you :)
     
  2. Italian Hawk

    Italian Hawk Power Member

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    I think you overall have a good strategy. The YouTube success will come with time and testing. You seem to have many of the common mistakes I notice with the people I help with YouTube already figured out. If somethings not working, a little tweaking and it could work the next time.

    My suggestion is don't give up. If you don't have success, you know something isn't right. Either the niche is too difficult for your strategy or there is something in your strategy that needs to be changed. If you stick with it, you'll figure out a perfect formula that works for what you're trying to do and you'll be able to scale this up from there.

    Looking purely at your strategy, my impression is the unnaturalness of your strategy. You're buying what are likely low quality backlinks from fiverr and considering boosting views (possibly likes and comments too). Also, for your blog you're looking to outsource the actions as well. Instead, why not invest in some of the software? Scrapebox could provide you with long term backlinks that could be more steady and controlled by you. Also you could buy BMD to do the social part. I'd consider making one of these investments if not both.

    Good luck!
     
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  3. futurecardiogod

    futurecardiogod Registered Member

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    Thank you :) Unfortunately I dont have the guts to invest in SB or BMD right now. I would, if i see some good profit .

    Another question is - should I blast my blog with SB links directly or just social bookmarking? Any good link building services you would recommend ??
     
  4. frazgta

    frazgta Power Member

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    Youtube videos don't work like normal websites which get deranked quickly if you point all the links to your main site.

    For youtube videos, i find that spam can be helpful. I've seen case studies where people have ranked their videos using scrapebox.

    When you get around $60 then i highly recommend buying scrapebox. You'll end up making much more.
     
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