Discussion in 'White Hat SEO' started by PureBlack, May 6, 2017.
For the same price, what you go for: 10 x 30+ DA guest posts or 5 x 40+ DA guest posts?
My option 10 x 30 DA.
Apart from this I will consider RD as a main factor
Thanks for the input.
10 x 30+ DA guest posts (general niche) or 5 x 40+ DA guest posts (niche relevant) -- > Go for 5 x 40+ DA guest post.
10 x 30+ DA guest posts (niche relevant) or 5 x 40+ DA guest posts (general niche) -- > Go for 10 x 30+ DA guest posts.
Domain authority matters, but more than that relevancy matters!
OP as long as domains got high authority and are not spammed to death, you can with any amount depending on keyword difficulty.
I would probably go for x10 DA30+, but to be honest you won't get much results with either choice....5-10 posts is not much to get expect any significant SERP changes.
Personally I would go for 10 x 30+ DA guest posts any day if given a choice.
Don't fall in love with metrics on non-PBN guest posts, what matters more is that they aren't spammed and that they fit your topic well. I'd take a 10 point hit, just to choose a lesser site that fits my niche well and isn't over used.
If those are Niche relevant real sites with organic traffic, then I would go with 5 x DA 40+
The content matters and I would suggest 5x40+ DA links for getting the massive effect.
Thank you all for your reply. Does number of words matter when it comes to guest post?
Definitely. Long is better and the more related the topic is to your exact niche the better. A shout out in a semi-relevant article of 350 words is not as valuable as a good contextual link from an article that is focused around something within your niche. Most good guest posts require 650 words to make it past the editor these days in my experience.
considering rest all factors are same
i would go with 5x40 da
as much as possible, should be niche relevant so choose whichever is more relevant and check other metrics as well such as TF/CF UR/DR
That's actually what I do. and I am more of a TF person
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