Discussion in 'Black Hat SEO' started by Virus1, Jan 8, 2012.
I did not start this thread.... but.
The title of your post sucks.
hi! I have been promoting an online clothing store, and been working to figure out the best way to get massive traffic to the site. Today I saw something that made me rethink my process some..
What I have been doing
- creating daily senuke campaigns. Targeting around 30 well searched Kewords total. (1000+ local search volume exact match)
- daily posting articles on Article Ranks
- manually commenting on High PR blogs (do & nofollow)
- I have seen sizable improvement in SERPS and increased traffic using this strategy... so it's working...
What I saw today
- following the backlinks of a competing website that was only launched about a year and half ago and is currently ranked 134K on Alexa
- I seen a posting dated jan 6, 2012 by them on a "guest book". They have a comment with around 20 backlinks of some really low searched keywords. This made me stop and think...
Now I realize this might just be a small section of their link building strategy and they probably are doing some quality linking as well, but this makes me think that maybe I am focusing on too few keywords and maybe I should be spamming 100's of related keywords all over the place like they are doing?
What do you guys think?
is the alexa 134K ranking even relevant? i have read so much that states alexa's ranking is bogus.
I have been involved in sites that have had 200K alexa ranking and I know the kind of traffic that ranking implies... for 134K on alexa (and I am sure someone can correct me) that has to be over 3000 visitors a day, which would be very welcome for me to make some serious $$$.
Forget about their alexa ranking, find their backlinks/
Autopost on the ones PR N/A to PR 3, Manual post to anything above it.
That is good advice.
So autoposting NA to PR3 using hundreds of related keywords? seems to be what they are doing... but I thought that was spamming and not very useful?
A link is a link. Just be careful of getting all your links via spam.
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