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Failing to succeed

Discussion in 'BlackHat Lounge' started by david2222, Feb 18, 2014.

  1. david2222

    david2222 Registered Member

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    Hi,

    Before panda and penguin, i was making around $3K per months and now it is in few hundreds. My whole SEO strategy was based on blog commenting, but now supremely good comment links are not producing results. After that, i decided to shift my whole SEO campaign on content based link building with GSA SER but in vain. I really think that content is the issue that is setting me back. I have word turing plan plus SEO content machine to generate content for GSA but Panda won't let it to index in big G. Maybe I am not doing it right and also I am not a native English speaker.

    Could you guys help me out to sort out the best strategy that work best with tiered link building especially the content area. I know you have your own tweaks that you don't want to share, but your small share can put me back on track.

    P.S I cannot outsource articles as I don't have the budget to do so, plus i have plenty of sites to manage.

    Thanks in advance, David
     
  2. mickyfu

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    I get most my results by using Sape Web2 and high PR blog comments, my sites tend to last 3 month or so. Personally these days I would not waste my time trying to rank a site with the hope that it will be there for years, Google have ruined those days with their dictatorship and attitude that they own the internet.
     
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  3. david2222

    david2222 Registered Member

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    @mickyfy absolutely right. Google is now misusing its authority. I know my websites won't last for years and it proved, but I want a road map that can float websites in SERP for a couple of months and then sink.