Discussion in 'Black Hat SEO' started by dano2, Dec 11, 2016.
Do I just make web 2.0s?
you can just build links as normal, directly to your product pages and to your homepage.
backlinko has a good guide (white hat tho)
I mentioned this example earlier... it really depends on what you sell... but here is the "I sell poker tables" example:
Short answer: You put the articles on another website and advertise.
An online store that sells poker tables would want another website about playing poker with rules and tutorials and odds calculators. They would also want a man cave blog about making the environment around the poker table as cool as possible. Then they would advertise the tables on both sites and they would offer newsletters from all three and develop email lists and then they would write edgy click-worthy content... "The Must Haves for a 2017 Man Cave" and "10 Tips You Must Know to Dominate at Hold'em" Then you promote those stories on facebook and advertise the table you sell on the stories. You target to the audiences that would be receptive to both.
That is niche retail in a nut shell. It is a lot of work and your content needs to be top notch, but it doesn't take a lot and if the photos are great the link building should happen organically as part of the social viral effects, but it isn't easy or guaranteed by any means.
I'm assuming selling T-shirts it would be somewhat difficult to find a niche group without running into other companies trying to sell the same. Maybe crafts of some sort. I'm gonna check Facebook groups now and return back with my results.
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