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Does this sound like a good noob friendly pyramid campaign?

Discussion in 'Black Hat SEO' started by mqs1000, Dec 5, 2013.

  1. mqs1000

    mqs1000 Power Member

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    I want to attempt to run my own campaign on a site instead of outsourcing it to paid services (mostly for the learning experience). I'm going after a keyword for my website that has around 200 monthly searches. I know it's a little number, but I'm not looking for an insane amount of traffic to my site - I am not monetizing it by ads, it's my web design site. So even 3 or 4 new clients a month from this keyword would be great. Right now I am in position #42. The keyword has 915,000 exact matches, 2 PR 4s and 1 PR 5 on the first page, and the rest PR n/a.

    My site is about 9 months old and still has a PR of n/a only because there hasn't been an update yet. My guess is the invisible PR is at least a 1. The keyword is in my site's homepage title, partially in my site's URL, in the meta description, in an <h1> tag, and in a <p> tag all on my homepage. There are also 6 images on my homepage which all have that keyword as the alt, description, and title tags.

    So I think I'm going to buy SeNuke XcR and run a campaign that looks something like this. The entire thing will be dripped over 2 months.

    Tier 1
    40 Web 2.0s, 10 Press Releases, 10 Articles on article websites, 400 PR1-6 Blog Comments, 1 YouTube video

    Tier 2
    1000 Wikis, 100 Social Bookmarks

    Tier 3
    3000 Auto Approve blog comments using Scrapebox

    Miscellaneous
    -Buy 4 or 5 social signal gigs off fiver towards the main site.

    Does this look good?
     
  2. mqs1000

    mqs1000 Power Member

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    anyone help me?
     
  3. michaelr1988

    michaelr1988 Regular Member

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    I would say cut down on the blog comments on tier 1 in my opinion, and make sure all those tier 1 articles/web 2.0's are unique. Maybe add in a few guest posts too.
     
  4. testdrive

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    If you really want blog comment on your tier 1 (i advice against it) at least get PR 4+ actual page.
    Add more platform on your tier 1. Social networks and other contextual links.
    Add some no follow contextual links in your tier 1. wikis etc.
    Add more platform in your tier 2. social ntworks, forum, etc.
    My point is try to spread your backlinks to many platforms. in short diversify.
     
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    prab1996 Elite Member

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    post da/pa , pr is not much accurate now.

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  6. kazhkaz

    kazhkaz Jr. VIP Jr. VIP Premium Member

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    Move comments to 2nd Tier. Everything else looks quite well.
     
  7. Kralj187

    Kralj187 Senior Member

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    Like most people already told you, blog comments if not extremely niche targeted and with high DA/PA isn't worth as tier 1. The rest looks fine.
     
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    srinu0812 Supreme Member

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    Blog comments should not be on tier 1. Tier 1 is always about quality.. so I wont risk using my money site in blog comments.
     
  9. mqs1000

    mqs1000 Power Member

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    I appreciate all the advice. The only reason I added blog comments to tier 1 was because I've ordered several different blog commenting packages right here on BHW directly to money sites and I've seen SERP increases. The packages would range from 50 to 200 links and all of the pages were 2 and above with a mix of no-follow to seem realistic.
     
  10. mqs1000

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    Also, should the articles in tier 1 be using the exact keyword that I'm going for over and over? Like in the title, heading tags, etc. Or should I focus more on LSI keywords?

    And is it okay if the articles are spun? I have a subscription to WordAI. You can tell they are spun, but they don't sound completely stupid. I'm not about to write 60-80 unique articles for my tier 1 pages.
     
  11. jessyica22

    jessyica22 Jr. VIP Jr. VIP Premium Member

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    Well I would advise against this method and to focus on manual backlinks.