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How to get started? General advice?

Discussion in 'Black Hat SEO' started by timtation, Dec 15, 2010.

  1. timtation

    timtation Registered Member

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    I have a domain name that is two years old, but I have only recently (past 4 months) begun to do anything with it. It is an e-commerce site with approximately 80,000 pages.

    I also have a few extra sites dedicated to specific categories. These sites then link back to the main site.

    I would appreciate it if someone could give me some general advice on how to get started. I would prefer to be more "safe" as opposed to more "aggressive."

    In general... what can I do? Would it be a bad idea for me to pay one of the XRumer services to blast my main domain with links, given that it is already two years old? What about my extra, outside sites? Would those better ok / better?

    Are there any PDF's / books / etc... that you would recommend that someone in my position go over?

    Thanks.
     
  2. timtation

    timtation Registered Member

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    I would also appreciate it if someone would elaborate on the concept of links wheels / link pyramids / etc... In general, the whole concept of not link to your main site, but creating third-party sites then linking to those, then linking to the linking sites, etc...
     
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    timtation Registered Member

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    I should also mention that I have a budget of about $1,000 to play with.
     
  4. TyphoonAgency

    TyphoonAgency Regular Member

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    Add some relevant content pages about the items you are selling. There are several good threads on here from individuals handing SEO specifically for e-commerce sites and it would be worth searching for those.
     
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    dannyhw Senior Member

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    If you've got $1,000 see if you can find any better opportunities that are specifically suited to your site before you spend it on xrumer blasts or anything like that. They're generally only good for shorter term ranking anyway.