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How to Structure New Domains

Discussion in 'Blogging' started by CoyoteAssassin, May 18, 2010.

  1. CoyoteAssassin

    CoyoteAssassin Elite Member

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    I have one white-hat website that I promote and that ranks #1 out of 1,550,000 results. There are now new domain names that I have purchased and I want to set them up correctly so that they too will rank.

    My thought is to set up each additional domain with one HTML page that contains all of the text that is featured on the primary website and include a link from each secondary domain to the primary domain (for people to register and pay). Is this the best option?

    I need to keep the primary site as the focus and in the highest ranking but at the same time, I want the other pages to rank as well for their particular keywords which pertain to the domain name.

    This does sounds confusing but I appreciate any help that will be provided.

    Thanks.
     
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    The content on the other domains should be unique. Unique content=better rankings. Hitting copy paste is not the way to go. If you want to rank a lot of domains with the same few paragraphs of content, look into spinner software.
     
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  3. CoyoteAssassin

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    Thanks for the great comment - rep given.

    I have seen software on here about spinning articles but have never had a need for them. I'm not sure I still do as many of the documents were written by the government and I've referenced them. I'm not certain that I should spin them.

    If I do, do you have any suggested software that I use?

    I had a feeling that copy and paste would not be the solution and that is why I wanted to get help form the wise.

    Thanks again.
     
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    The best results I've seen come from "The Best Spinner." It uses a database made from people using the software, larger than any standard thesaurus database. It will replace whole phrases and sentences.
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    http://thebestspinner.com/
    If you have everything that you need to rewrite already, you should be able to get it all done during the 7 day trial, otherwise it costs $77 per year.
    Thanks for the rep, happy I could help.
     
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    Sweet. I'll look into it. Thanks again.