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How to get traffic related to soccer betting?

Discussion in 'Black Hat SEO' started by sassdrake, Jan 27, 2016.

  1. sassdrake

    sassdrake Registered Member

    Jun 1, 2012
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    Hello everyone

    I have website and blog where i have my own tips for soccer betting and analyses of the matches etc..and i started working on some SEO etc..and i noticed that all of my competitor don't have any page rank, no title, no description..nothing.
    They only have 5 or 6 banners from similar websites and they get them backlink, and they promote their banner on their website. That is their only backlinking strategy..and my question is what are best methods to outrank them, because they get 4.000 to 5.000 per day traffic minimum?

    And second question, does anybody know some method etc (no matter if it is blackhat) of spamming people related to soccer, because i tried Facebook, twitter etc but you can't spam 1000's and if you do, only 20-30 people come to website from my experience.

    I tried forums, but they ban you instantly because they don't offer promotion of any website related to betting strategy...so i don't know nothing except seo.

    All info is appreciated.
  2. 2spoons

    2spoons Jr. VIP Jr. VIP

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    If you see a strategy that's working well for your competitors, why not replicate that as your first priority?
  3. blackbeans

    blackbeans Jr. VIP Jr. VIP

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    If you're looking for soccer betting traffic, your best bet would be to look for similar blogs.

    It's a pretty straightforward research project for a virtual assistant.

    I suggest that you invest $75 on a virtual assistant to look for soccer betting blogs, generic gambling blogs or anything betting-related.

    The next step would be to have the virtual assistant filter that list based on domain authority, number of backlinks, niche-specificity.

    Also, you need to get your assistant to list down the social media accounts of these blogs.

    Armed with this information, you can then reach out to these blogs to try to get some backlinks going in the form of guest posts.

    I know this can take quite a bit of time and require some work, but it's definitely well-worth it.
  4. Jumbuck1976

    Jumbuck1976 Regular Member

    Jun 13, 2015
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    Naas, Co Kildare, Ireland
    Warning, I'm talking about the EPL here, results might vary in Spanish, Italian or South American leagues.

    Most of your visitors are going to be guys, mostly working class but with a sprinkle of middle class dudes in there too. Most of them will have a main team they love and follow, usually a Premier League or Championship team like Liverpool, Arsenal or Cardiff City. Occasionally they'll have a local team they follow too, think lower down the football league such as Leyton Orient or even down in the Conference league like Dover, Cheltenham or Woking.

    So my strategy would be:

    1. Facebook page page for the main website.
    2. Setup a handful of personal accounts, use a VPN and make them look like legit football fans.
    3. Use personal accounts to join groups supporting different premier league sides. Start with top 10 EPL sides and then work down through the Championship, League 1 etc etc...

    Top Tip: Local team forum / FB pages are often a great source of team / manager gossip which could come in handy for blog posts later on!

    4. Create a blog of main site.
    5. Get really up to date on transfer news, bust ups, managers who are about to be sacked, the usual thing. If you're UK based or have access to the BBC iPlayer, listen to a station called "5 Live". It's a sport radio station and goes pretty in-depth with the EPL.
    6. Try to write blog posts that are a little controversial. (Much easier if you're a real football fan and know your stuff)

    7. Use a mix of Facebook adverts, posting related articles on fan pages. (For example, if a striker is going to miss Spurs v Man U, then use two accounts to share to both Man U and Spurs groups)


    The real beauty of this method comes if you know how to write slightly controversial stuff about teams / players. That stuff really does go viral particularly on match days.

    Vine is an idea too, Vines of epic goals tend to go majorly viral for a few days after the initial game.

    Stuff like this Jamie Vardy goal: https://vine.co/v/ie0JQA1LXx7

    If you want examples of this type of content visit the UK tabloid newspaper websites like The Sun or The Daily Mirror. The Sport would be a good read too.
    Last edited: Jan 29, 2016
  5. accelerator_dd

    accelerator_dd Elite Member

    May 14, 2010
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    I doubt a niche like betting only replies on banner links.

    They most likely have hidden PBNs the size of a small country's internet space.

    As for the PageRank - PR's dead.
  6. UptonGoodwin

    UptonGoodwin Power Member

    Jan 11, 2012
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    Unless you're in a super micro-niche long tail keyword for your page, there's basically no way you have easy competition in anything related to betting on soccer/football (I'd imagine 90% of people looking for "soccer" betting are actually searching for football betting).

    Again maybe you have some secret niche keyword that is low competition, but anything gambling is usually highly competitive with people spending big money to stay on top of the serps.