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How to Use Testimonials to Improve PR of a Kids Non-Profit?

Discussion in 'Black Hat SEO' started by DaShow22, Sep 20, 2011.

  1. DaShow22

    DaShow22 Newbie

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    Hi guys,

    I was recently contacted to help out a certain non-profit autism foundation for kids. Their problem is a few negative stories/blog posts show up when you search their name. Naturally this doesn't help them when potential donors look them up. They want me to help them use their new & existing testimonials to help outrank the negative stuff pushing it back to page 3.

    The problem is that the current negative stories are on high pr sites (5&6). Also, it's a small organization with little mean and do not want too much exposure for fear of having excessive turn downs, so press releases, fanpages, etc. aren't an option at this point. I've made a couple of videos that got 1st page results.

    I'm trying to find the best way to post all of these testimonials on high pr blogs, etc. and several other sites. Outside of manual blog posts to authority sites, can I use AMR or something similar with just testimonials? Any help would be appreciated.
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    Joe
     
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    It can be done, but to be done properly, it will take a lot of work.

    Do a Google search for the high PR blogs and websites. Find the very personal ones ... particularly the ones with a cause. Heck, you could use "autism" or something similar to narrow down your list. Ask them to write a piece on autism, and mention your charity. Sort of like a guest blogging but have them do the work.

    Or produce half a dozen very well spun articles that you can give them as your guest blog. Spend enough time to sping at the noun/verb + sentence +paragraph level, and you'll suddenly have a whole bunch of articles talking about the charity. Think of it as a stealth press release.

    Repeat with popular forums. Your posts can get quite busy without attracting the ban if you do not have a link to the charity.

    Since you are not asking for a link back, webmasters should be more willing. Plus, all these bloggers with bleeding hearts and a boner for good causes will be a sucker for this.

    Then get all black hat in building links to all the pages that mention the charity.

    The short version is you want the Charity's name on as many pages on different sites as possible. By building a few links back to each of these pages, it is entirely likely that you will end up with more pages saying nice things about your charity ranking and dominating the googles SERPS, than the -ve ones.

    Good luck
     
  3. DaShow22

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    Thanks for the help and giving me a clear method to follow!
     
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