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How would you "pro's" do this?

Discussion in 'Black Hat SEO' started by coreyfmiller, May 4, 2010.

  1. coreyfmiller

    coreyfmiller Junior Member

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    Alright. I found 30 keywords from all the same market They all have a .com or .net available. Litterally no competition at all. Search counts from 60k to 6k with an average of about 15k. 5 Million searches minimum per year.

    When I say no competition, it varies slightly but Im pretty confident that I shouldnt have a problem ranking anyone of them #1 if I am careful in my outsourcing of SEO.

    I have a CPA offer and various templates already to go. Domains purchased ect.

    I also have a sweet simple and easy to remember 6 character name. I would compare it to Squidoo as its easy to remember but it was never really a word before.

    Anyways.. I am thinking of developing all the domains, unique material on each. They will only be 1 page domains though.. Roughly 300 words per site convincing people to grab this "free" offer

    I am also thinking of developing the main domain name with 50 keyword pages or so. To the effect of dog.com then dog.com/food dog.com/leash

    Totally has nothing to do with Dogs but you get the idea.

    Would you go this route? I would be competing with myself but I'm thinking if I can grab the #1 and #2 spots then I may be way ahead of the game.

    I get the feeling that using different IP's per site is a must but this idea itself is new to me. I have had success previously with running all my sites on one server. Would it be a good idea to pay for different IP's for each?

    Also what would you recommend for SEO? Just a slow link drip until I hit the top? Spread out 1-2000 backlinks over the period of a few months?

    Any idea's are greatly appreciated! I'm fairly new to this site but I can see that %20 of you actually know what your doing quiet well!

    Even if your new to this as well, feel free to post. More information is better than none.
     
  2. gosu22

    gosu22 Junior Member

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    If you can use different ips from the start, definitely do it. It's better than like, having to change everything mid way. And yeah, just kind of build your links exponentially, start slow and then build it up.
     
  3. twix70

    twix70 Regular Member

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    I wouldn't describe myself as a "pro" exactly but I certainly agree with having different domains on different ips.
    As for the rest I think it would work well for you to dominate the serps. Holding positions 1 and 2 can't hurt as long as you don't mind the extra cost and work of additional sites.
    If your sites are new your backlinking strategy seems pretty safe. Good luck you seem to have found a good niche keep us updated.
     
  4. shaunpollock2008

    shaunpollock2008 Junior Member

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    agree with the post above.different ips for each
     
  5. jleone2008

    jleone2008 Junior Member

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    Just wondering why you would need different ip's for each site?
     
  6. C.S.A.

    C.S.A. Junior Member

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    If you have too many sites linking to each other from the same IP in the same keyword areas, google thinks it's a linkfarm and penalizes your content.
     
  7. J0kerz

    J0kerz Supreme Member

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    Exactly AVOID linkfarm, it is bad.
     
  8. coreyfmiller

    coreyfmiller Junior Member

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    Thanks for the info guys! I figured the different IP's were the way to go. I want to be sure to do this right.. Im new to this whole idea of niche sites... but its kinda crazy how much of a no brainer is it. Ive got 6 sites up in the past month that Ive backlinked maybe 5-6 times each and their all sitting on the first page of results. A little more backlinking and I should be number 1 or 2.

    Cheers!
     
  9. magpie2419

    magpie2419 Regular Member

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    I think that these days Google would be more relaxed on the IP issue, why would I say that...Simple just have a look at the huge webhosting companies take Bluehost for instance, hosting more than a million sites, on a limited number of IPs. Would Google class them all as related?? I don't think so, Google would have no way of knowing which of the million sites is related. I have 5 sites running from 1 IP on Bluehost all related to the same area, all of them ranking in the top 5 for the last 4 years.

    If you can afford separate IPs go for it but I'm not entirely sure its needed.
     
  10. littleg2008

    littleg2008 Senior Member

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    I think its not on the IP of where they are hosted, its the IP of the registrar (i.e your ip when you register the domain)

    its this that Google can see and uses, not the IP from the hosted site
     
  11. homenet

    homenet Power Member

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    I'm pretty sure that has no bearing whatsoever, I mean, where would Google even get that information from? Its no publicably available. Plus who keeps the same ip day in and day out and register domains throughout the year from the same one? Certainly not me.
     
  12. littleg2008

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    Ok, i might be wrong then,

    apologize if what i said is untrue