Discussion in 'Black Hat SEO' started by itos84, May 24, 2011.
Good luck with whatever you do!
Gl with it, keep us updated!
Good luck bro !
Congrats to the winners.
Good luck, 100 eh? Thinking big, I like it!
Good luck! Love when people does crazy stuff like this. But hey you can't win without risking something, right?
best of luck..!!!
Topic of discussion?
Thats insane! I think I'm taking on too much when I buy 6.
When I bought 10 i tought I went crazy.Good luck managing them all,you'll need it.
That's Awesome! What's the strategy?
I'd probably just use the same website template but slightly change colors to keep it a little interesting.
What about articles? Are you going to pay to have all your content written?
Costs are going to add up quickly, now you're stessing me out haha :baby09:
Wow, thats a lot of money to have spent.
Have you ever done SEO work before? Or are you just starting, and going fresh?
If you're new start on your easiest keywords. Work on just one and raise its rank high. Thats my personal advice; wins are really nice. I'm "beginning" (as in, I've been working on this for many months, I still am a beginner) and the wins I've been having lately have been super helpful in lifting my spirits
Best of luck to you....Just remember that those .info domains rebill at premium prices.
1 or 2 bucks now for a .info turns into a 10 or 12 dollar apiece premium domain bill in a year.
Make sure you do not have auto renew set with whoever you bought these domains from.
thats really awesome. good job for taking action. the worst thing you will ever do is have domains that you can flip for your money back or profit. i just hope you bought mostly EMD domains. ive been keeping a keen eye on godaddy domain auctions with scrapebox addon for that. i bought an aged EMD that has a great alexa ranking. im almost sure i will naturally get traffic with it being an EMD keyword. now what to do with that traffic...
Good luck in paying for all that shit when time comes to renew it
Having done something similar, I look at the renewal costs of the .info domains this way:
In a year's time, I will be able to choose whether to pay $10-12 to renew a .info domain that is now a year old, presumably has been indexed by G for much of this time - so long as I've actually used it, of course - and thus also has a year of history by which I can evaluate whether it is worth the renewal cost.
From what I can tell on these forums, the longer a domain/site had been indexed the better. So I'd think that the year-long index alone would be worth the extra $10.
For me, the more relevant question would be "Do I have time to work on all of these domains?", the answer to which would depend entirely on my strategy, how much of the work I'm hiring out, etc. But really, so long as it's a good domain name and you have time within the year to get something up on the site and build some small number of backlinks.. totally worth the money. If you're in it for the long haul, I would suggest making it a goal to utilize every single one of these domains in at least some minimal way. Put up as much content on each as you're able to (as soon as you can), and pick a minimum number of backlinks to get for each by the end of the year. Even if that were all you did, the result would be a very solid foundation to build upon later - you'll have a great assortment to choose from, and you should have some idea which of the domains is likely to prove useful for later work.
I did the same, but with 300. It's kinda addicting once you get started and find EMDs lol
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