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How Do You Organise Your SEO/Link Building

Discussion in 'Black Hat SEO' started by JuggernautJukey, Aug 23, 2015.

  1. JuggernautJukey

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    Dec 10, 2013
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    I understand what has to be done in terms of link building, but I am terrible at keeping everything organised.

    When adding 3 to 5 new articles to a site, how do YOU keep on top of everything so you know what links to build and when.

    I can build links alernately to a few different pages, but what about when you have 50+

    Do you focus on a couple then move on to the next couple?

    P.S sorry for any mistakes. Im on mobile
  2. EatSleepSEO


    Jul 26, 2015
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    This comes down to a few things, how natural you want your links to look, how often you post and the type of site you're operating. I could go on and on about answering each of your questions but I'm going to keep this short, simple and to the point. What I would do (Assuming you're speaking of an authority site), I would wait 3-4 days after each post before building any links, once that time span has passed, I'd begin "drip feeding" links slowly and "consistently" (Tier 1) for as long as you see fit (Time & number of links will vary depending on the competitiveness of the targeted keywords).

    Two things to always prioritize, the quality in content and the quality in links, the icing on the cake is making them appear as natural as possible and to build only links of quality. If you have too many posts for you to handle, assuming you have the budget, hire an SEO Agency to handle the link building for all of your pages. With this many posts however, I'll caution you that the SEO you're going to need is not going to come cheap as you're going to have a lot of pages to build links to and a lot of keywords to target.

    A "good" SEO Company (And I mean GOOD) will easily charge $150-$200 per month just to work on 2-3 keywords (Links from PBN's obviously) so if you don't have the budget it'll be difficult for you to take this option.

    Alternately, invest in to your own PBN for a more sustainable & cost effective solution (Do your research on here).

    Ultimately, it all comes down to your budget and what you're able to invest, just be sure that with the site you're investing in that there's some potential in recouping your invested amount. I'd hate to hear that you're investing $5,000 to rank top 3 for "How to Sew Socks". :p
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