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I want to maximize SERP & minimize risk, who can help?

Discussion in 'Black Hat SEO' started by maildigger, Feb 15, 2015.

  1. maildigger

    maildigger Power Member

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    I have a 1 year old website of real webdesign business.

    PA 40 DA26 CF30 TF20 & 28 referring domains and anchortext is mainly "businessname" and "webdesign businessname" and "http://www.businessname.com". Links come from customer websites and some social profiles (like slideshare, Pinterest, Tumblr,...).

    I publish new content every week and my onpage SEO is pretty good.

    I rank on page 6 in my country.

    My goal is to get in the top 10 without taking a big risk for a Google penalty.

    What can I do? Looking for some good greyhat advice ;-)
     
  2. innosoft

    innosoft Jr. VIP Jr. VIP Premium Member

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    build some nice web 2.0 and power it up.. it will shoot up easily.

    then go for some high pr links to get another boost for top 5.
     
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  3. zx123

    zx123 Senior Member

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    If you want some guest post in other language to get more trust, you can use my service
     
  4. maildigger

    maildigger Power Member

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    Thanks! But could you be a bit more specific for "a nice web 2.0", "power it up" and "some high PR" ?

     
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    infocraze Junior Member

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    If you want to be as safe as you can, look for guest posting opportunities on established websites. However, you could take risk and go for web2.0s and private blog networks as well, which are relatively safer if done with proper due diligence.