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How do I lay this website out in terms of SEO?

Discussion in 'Black Hat SEO' started by MitchHoward, Apr 18, 2014.

  1. MitchHoward

    MitchHoward Junior Member

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    Looking for some help from the SEO experts.

    I have a nice blog that is running on wordpress. Adsense already placed on it. As of right now I have only targetted longail keywords, easy competition. So I have it setup like so:

    5 categories at the top of the blog used as navigation. I have been creating blog posts that show on the home page (dynamic home page)

    Would it be better for me to create 5 PAGES for the navigation bar and use them to target larger keywords in my niche and just use the posts to re-target those keywords as well as target the longtail keywords?

    I would like to keep the dynamic home page and not use a static homepage. But I think some static pages in the navigation bar for larger keywords would be a good idea?

    Then I could buy high PR links and point them back to the pages? (www.domain.com/page)

    Or would I want to point the high PR links back to the home page? (www.domain.com)

    Sorry for the noob questions but I want to do this 100% right. So far I believe I have perfect on-page SEO and I want it to stay that way. I want the most solid site foundations possible.

    Thank you!
     
  2. MitchHoward

    MitchHoward Junior Member

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    Anyone have some input?
     
  3. krswlr

    krswlr Jr. VIP Jr. VIP Premium Member

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    What's the point of re-targeting the same keywords? Sounds like a keyword cannibalization. As for a dynamic home page - if you'll find a way to index it, there shouldn't be a problem as well.

    Best quality backlinks should be pointed to the pages you would like to rank for. If you have a properly optimized website, the whole domain will benefit from the link juice received. I'd suggest you creating a tier 1 links by yourself. Buying them and pointing to your money website isn't a good idea. And remember - slow ones are the winners in this game. Hope that helps.
     
  4. marketmonster

    marketmonster Junior Member Premium Member

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    The pages you are sending links to and trying to rank should be mostly static content as that converts much better than a dynamic index. So use the posts to target your long-tails and then use static pages (you can include a list of the posts in a sidebar or at the bottom but don't distract your visitor) for your main higher volume keywords. It's also helpful to include a link from the post pages to the static pages for internal linking and relevance for the google crawler.
     
  5. MitchHoward

    MitchHoward Junior Member

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    Alright. So use static pages for main keywords. And posts for longtails.