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How Many Articles To Upload Per Day

Discussion in 'Black Hat SEO' started by moonlighsunligh, Dec 19, 2012.

  1. moonlighsunligh

    moonlighsunligh Jr. VIP Jr. VIP Premium Member

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    I have 4 500 uniques articles on my pc, on the site I am going to publish them I already have around 500 articles published so far.

    Is it smart move to upload and publish all the 4 200 articles right away and then keep publishing the rest at pace 1/day.

    If not, how fast should i upload them? Keep in mind than I need them as soon as possible on my site, but not for the price of getting penalized or something. I know 30/day won't hurt, but I do not have 3 months.
     
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    This was a general question.
     
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    I could tell you from personal experience that posting two 400 word articles a day for OVER AN ENTIRE YEAR will not result in Google penalizing you. I can't tell the most you can post in one day without possibly getting a penalty though.

    I hope this information is of use to you.
     
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    Is there a reason you need them all on there asap? 4500 articles is a lot. You can't get penalised for adding too much content at once.. so you wouldn't get a penalty for uploading 4500 at once, but there's other reasons not to. It would be difficult to get them all crawled and indexed properly. The Google spider would have a heart attack.

    If I were you I'd schedule 20 posts per day and make sure to build decent links to the homepage and sitemap, as well as deeplink to make sure each of your pages get indexed effectively.
     
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  5. moonlighsunligh

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    Well I need to get this site to earn quickly - 10 days or less. Is it a good idea to add affiliate links letter on (automatically using a plugin) after it is first crawled, as i guess this may imrove indexing rate.

    20/day is way to low. Will still 500/day be ok for google.

    Keep in mind these articles are unique, and gramar/spelling are correct as well. The site structure is perfect as i follow advice from BHW, I have random posts and (random + static) categories on sidebar, (random+ static) related posts bellow, proper categories and a sitemap.

    Also the domain already has around 500 pages indexed.
     
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    Adding an affiliate link now or later won't affect the index rate. Just ad a nofollow attribute to it to be sure.

    Unless your site is like PR 7 or 8, or you're spending $XX,XXX per month on SEO, there is no way Google will index 500 of your pages every single day and get them to rank in 10 days. You won't make any money at all because they won't even get crawled, let alone indexed or rank.
     
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  7. PopUnder

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    It doesn't matter how quickly you publish these articles to your website. What matters is once done, how sooner are you going to publish more?

    It doesn't matter if you publish 2 articles a day or 20 articles a day. As long as the publishing rate is fairly consistent, Google will not penalize you. You are going to be in trouble if you publish 20 articles a day and then don't do anything for a month. Google needs a fair bit of consistent publishing only so they can schedule the frequency at which they can send their bot to your site. Nothing more than that.
     
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    ^^^^^^^

    While google is getting quicker at indexing new URL's
    It's get slower and slower to rank them highly for competitive keywords

    A google dance "bump" might happen and you find that for a week or two it looks like "you've won" then the site disappears for 3 months or so for most of the keywords you are after (well - outside the top 50 normally anyway)

    If the site is aged, has PR and traffic, the put them on as fast as you like
    If it's a brand new site then you can still put them up quickly - it probably won't result in any penalty (unless the articles are all plagirised crap) but I wouldn't expect results so quickly.
    Recently I've been getting low comp keywords up inside a month
    Low-medium comp up in 3 months
    Anything higher and the sites you are up against often have their own SEO going on continuously - so you might get lucky - you might not.

    Only real way of getting a good idea is to have done some comprehensive competition analysis for the current top 7-10 sites for the keywords you are targeting. Checking their onsite and offsite SEO.
    Some $25 tool or Google keyword tool saying "Competition Low" is - in my experience - a f^cking waste of time and means nothing when it comes to natural ranking.
    Assuming you did comprehensive competition analysis before hand, you should be good to go if you are patient.

    Good luck
     
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  9. moonlighsunligh

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    You mean the will never get crawled or will be crawled slower if I do 500/day.

    I did 30/day 10 days and they got indexed in ~15 days (300 pages).
     
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    Yes I am doing.

    Thanks. So something like 500/day should be ok?

    Actually I do not care about competition, I do good LSI research so I am getting pretty good long tail traffic already, even i didn't build more than 100 links to the site. Without links site is safer, I have an EMD domain with 10K ranked at #22 for many months, and it doesn't have any link pointing to it.



    The problem is making links to each and every page - i probably need around 50 000 links and this is one thing I know for sure shouldn't be done quickly. Something like 10/day for a 10 days then speed up to 20/day ... but still it is a long way to 50 000.
     
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    Maybe 500 is a little high - but a couple of hundred. It's not something I've done before but I do know that Google favours consistency AND internal linking (articles linking with each other using a range of keywords)

    This internal linking is what separates a third party "article site" (where zero articles are interlinked) with a "real" site (where many would/could and should be interlinked)

    How good is your content? I have got an experiment ongoing with a trash site of mine where I scraped 2000 relatively unique but generally crap articles with Kontent Machine (I took zero care over spinning them) and am now pumping them on at a rate of 1 an hour for the next 3 months just to see how it goes.

    Interesting times mate.

    Scritty
     
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  12. moonlighsunligh

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    It is good content. I do not say it is good because it is mine. It is useful but not link bait type content. Surely I have done heavy internal links, random posts, random related posts, random categories, static related posts, static categories on sidebar. On each post I have ~ 10 random + 5 random related + 5 related static links.
    So each article got around 20 (internal)links form other articles.

    Article directories are scrapeboxed heavily, and their article are no-sense auto-spun garbage . I believe your site will do well, much better than article directories, because nobody will scrapebox them and they are niche related. Are you getting some traffic already?
     
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