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GSA SER - many campaigns per site or just one?

Discussion in 'Black Hat SEO' started by nobodyelsein, Nov 9, 2014.

  1. nobodyelsein

    nobodyelsein Regular Member

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    I have just launched an online store that I will be adding premium products to each month for about the next six months.

    Should I set up one GSA campaign pointed at the homepage, and then add new anchor tags each time I add a new product, or should I create one general project pointed at the homepage and then create a new project for each new product URL as I add new products to the site?

    Ta,
     
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    stonedmonkey Registered Member

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    I tend to do one campaign per target keyword per page... But keyword density is low at around 20% with the rest made up of branding, website name, click here etc... some links always go to home page and the rest goes to nested page noting overall they will always be more links on the home page...
     
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    nobodyelsein Regular Member

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    Thank you. I was also planning to stop the primary link project for each keyword at about 20 verified links a day. This ain't churn and burn :)
     
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    nobodyelsein Regular Member

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    wow, that sounds like a lot of campaigns.

    I'm horrified that I have to admit this, but I can't see a clear way to define primary keyword density, do you just sort of suppress it by setting the other anchor types to a cumulative total that reduces the primary keyword?
     
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    depend on how targeted is your keywords... basically if the keywords is different.. just create 1 campaign per pages.
    Unless very similar... you can create a project and just put all the link together.

    GSA is actually very easy to use.. you can just clone and edit.. nothing much to edit or be horrify lol
     
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    Wait, are you saying 20% keyword density is low? So 1/5 of the content is the target keyword. So, keyword stuffing works now? :lmao:
    Consider a lower keyword density.

    One campaign for each tier per target keyword per page.
     
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    nobodyelsein Regular Member

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    I have pondered duplicating project groups, but as of yet I haven't (yet) had any two projects the same. I've only had the software a few weeks so at the moment still at the 'experimental' phase :)
     
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    Thanks, so with a site selling about twenty different (and not obviously linked) products this going to be a whole lot of projects :)

    Good job they're fun to set up!