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[Help] Web 2.0 Buffer Sites Keywording question.. Please advice

Discussion in 'Black Hat SEO' started by francis1017, May 26, 2014.

  1. francis1017

    francis1017 Supreme Member

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    Hello everyone!

    I made web 2.0 18 buffer sites blogs for my money site.
    I just wanna ask about how to use keywords safely. Well this is my first try ranking a website..

    From those 18 buffer sites. I chose 5 keywords from my money site. So 1 keyword and 1 LSI per blog post..
    And I have like 5 blogs targeting 1 keyword, the other 1 keyword has 4 blogs. and the last 3 keywords has 3 blogs each.. (all in all 18 blogs)..

    Is 1 keyword and 1 LSI per post safe?
    And 5 blogs targeting 1 keyword safe? how about the other keywords?

    Thanks!
     
  2. malaga

    malaga Registered Member

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    Don't forget publish post at least once monthly. x18.
     
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  3. francis1017

    francis1017 Supreme Member

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    Bump.. anyone? (short message)
     
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    wizard04 Elite Member

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    Don't forget to add links from authority websites that are in your niche but not a direct competition to you, you don't want all 18 blogs to link only to your niche, its not natural and Google can penalize you.
     
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  5. tg01

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    Try using the website keyword revealer to identify low competition long tail keywords, I search, create a group then generate Seo optimised easy to read content based on those (obviously researched). Good luck.
     
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