Discussion in 'Black Hat SEO' started by Paulie W, Apr 12, 2014.
For clarification: of course I meant KW density
No idea, test it and see what happens.
I suggest you treat your 301's the same way you would treat your money site, meaning use anchor text diversity when building links to the 301.
Also the beauty of a 301 redirect is that whatever keywords and anchors the 301 is ranking for, the domain it forwards to will increase as well for those same keywords and anchors.
Now while I do use url shortners as 301's, what I usually like to do instead is rank a single page website then 301 it to my money site and BOOM, your rankings shoot up in a week or two once the 301 is fully picked up by Google.
P.S For real competitive niches I use about 3 or more 301's.
test it and post it please , i would like to know this aswell
how do you use link shorteners on this strategy i dont follow
Thank you for your input though :congrats:
From my experience, buffer sites like web 2.0 blogs behave very similar to 301 redirects in the sense that they do pass the link juice and help increase the rankings for your money site.
The way I do it with buffer sites is as follows
1. Create a high quality web 2.0 on a site like weebly, tumblr, blogspot, etc
2. Add a 500-1000 word article to the web 2.0 and optimize the title and body content for the given keywords I am trying to rank for.
3. Then from within the body of the article, I link out to my main site using my money anchors
4. To finally wrap it up and power these web 2.0 buffers I build a vast amount of tier 2 links
I don't know why this method works, but a lot of people are talking about it. Something about the top 100 rankings and connecting them to the site you want to rank is making them work. Doesn't make sense, but something I def. want to test myself.
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