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Help me brainstorm a bit? Blog Marketing Bootcamp!

Discussion in 'Black Hat SEO' started by OrdoAbChao, Jun 24, 2015.

  1. OrdoAbChao

    OrdoAbChao Junior Member

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    I am working on a complete How-To series that will teach someone every step of blog marketing starting from keyword research and buying an aged domain, all the way through to social media and traffic generation and everything in between. It's a 12 Module Series Bootcamp for newcomers to the field (and veterans who might learn something new or new resources etc).


    The Modules are themed in Military Ranks from Private to General. Initially, I wanted to set it up so that proof of completion of each module would unlock the next, but then I wouldn't be able to rank all of the content effectively because it would be locked away (I know Google still sees this stuff but people can't find it). The idea is, a newcomer follows the Bootcamp and uses the affiliate links to get the themes, plugins and tools needed through out which I generate income from (but they are all things I use personally and they work. Not pushing crap!), and by the time they are finished with the Bootcamp, they have a site generating solid traffic and earning their own affiliate revenue.


    Is there a way to have participants prove their progress to unlock the next module while still being able to rank the content/module pages? I'm wracking my brain!


    If you would, I'd like to know how some of you best feel this should be setup and maybe topics for modules that you feel are important that may get overlooked. There is sooooo much, but I dont think everything NEEDS to be a part of this Bootcamp. Any ideas on the most important elements you feel should be included would be most appreciated. I already feel like I'm forgetting some important elements and need my memory jarred a bit.



    I looked at some of the Wordpress training module themes and they look nice, but I think it may be overkill.

    This series is going to take a LOT of work and effort and I just want to get it all right. I want it to be comprehensive and extremely helpful. I want this to be something people really stand behind, share and work through.


    Right now, these are the modules I have planned and their associated content:

    Private
    Keyword Research
    Aged Domains
    Website Theme/Site Speed

    Private First Class
    Website Setup
    On Site SEO

    Lance Corporal
    Newsletter/Auto Responder Integration
    Plugins
    Social Media/Branding

    Corporal
    Product Research
    Affiliate Signups/Setups
    Automation

    Sergeant
    Your First Article

    Gunnery Sergeant
    Video Creation
    Video Marketing

    First Lieitenant
    Tiered Backlinks

    Captain
    Landing Pages
    PPC Advertising and Remarketing

    Major

    Competitive Analysis
    Stealing Competition Backlinks

    Colonel
    How To Steal Your Competitors Customers


    Major General
    Parasite SEO


    General