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Is there anyone here with experience in SEO for assignment help/essay help websites?

Discussion in 'Black Hat SEO' started by IndiBoy, Nov 21, 2016.

  1. IndiBoy

    IndiBoy Registered Member

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    Hi,

    I have a website in assignment help nice. The niche itself is very popular and most players employ black hat. An overall link analysis of my competitors shows clearly that they use PBNs and tiered linking, but what I would like to know is how practical it is today in this niche, after Google's latest update.

    Is there anyone here who has previous experience in SEO on such assignment help websites? I really would love some help.

    Thanks,

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    The chance is low that someone will answer with experience in this niche. Think about it. More specific questions will get you further. People don't like spoon feeding.
     
  3. IndiBoy

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    Hi Data Scientist, thanks for the reply. I understand your point. The reason for the post is that I understand everyone has their own journey and skill sets to start with, but I have learnt a lot about SEO in the past 1 year. At first all I was told and read , was White Hat SEO. Later I realised, most successful sites perform some form of Black Hat. What I actually want to know is , is there any impact of the recent Google Penguin update on black hat practices.

    Also, since I am still learning, I would like a POV of how SEOs in this niche actually perform? Till now everything is based on my assumptions and observations. It would go a long way, if I could understand how people successful in this niche work. I understand that it might be a tough ask, but for once I would an answer that is directly related.

    I have been working on my site for the past 1 year and with varied results. I have visitors but no sales yet. I have the background and the team to provide premium services, but SEO is where I am lagging. That's where I am trying to make up. I mean for example, how do PBNs escape Google scanners? or How do I extract actionable email leads and from where?

    However, any information or help is much appreciated. I am also interested in partnering up, if there is anybody who is experienced in marketing for this niche.

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    I'm not active in this particular niche but I can lead you a bit to the right direction. Forget the update first. I assume you have mastered onpage SEO. Let's concentrate on blackhat methods.

    The most efficient ranking technique as of today is building a PBN. To stay under radar make sure you don't leave footprints. That's it. Now start researching how to build proper PBN's. BHW is full of knowledge.
     
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    Thanks for the help mate. :). Quick question - Since building my own PBN can be time consuming, is it better to use third-party PBN services for the short-term?

    Thanks again!
     
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    You're welcome. For a short term project without an existing seo infrastructure a good third party PBN will be enough. Just select a good provider. To do so you have to look at their avg. domain stats, reviews etc.
     
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    Again, since I am new here, I am trying to be sensible. I have found a lot of offers in the marketplace here that the moderator approves and even various users claim great results. Is it safe to try out these service providers? Do they normally offer metrics and stats on their PBNs? Are these reviews genuine?

    Also I do have an existing SEO infrastructure. Social bookmarking, directories and some tier 2 links are also built. But they are not powerful enough to bring in great results. That's why I am looking for alternatives.