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Discussion in 'Black Hat SEO' started by BlackHatJW, Jan 26, 2016.

  1. BlackHatJW

    BlackHatJW Junior Member

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    I have had an idea of hopefully boosting my Classified Ads website traffic & rankings.
    I recently found a domain that has my area name (For example, United-Kingdom.eu) for my local area which is obviously an easy domain to rank. It had expired so has some backlinks already.

    Is there any way I could pull data from my RSS feed of my main site that I want to rank and post this on my newly bought domain?
    This way it adds content to my new site which will help that to rank for my main keyword (area) and also direct traffic to my Classified Ads site?

    Your thoughts would be most appreciated, is it worth a try or does anyone have any suggestions as to how to work this?
     
  2. naskootbg

    naskootbg Power Member

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    Type in g00gle search: "Connect Feed to WordPress - IFTTT" .
     
  3. BlackHatJW

    BlackHatJW Junior Member

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    Yes I am aware of how to do this, however is it a good method as stated above?
     
  4. niel96

    niel96 Regular Member

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    I think google could see this as duplicated content
     
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    You have to spin the content. Best bet is to rewrite it yourself manually (I know that's not really blackhat).

    If you want blackhat, you could use the old fiverr method of using latin characters to make the article look unique - only problem is that it won't rank for terms in the copy, only rank off your top level domain and page name. So that's not realy an option.