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Is this a decent link structure for mini blog farm? (flow chart included)

Discussion in 'Black Hat SEO' started by AndrewPatrick, Mar 21, 2009.

  1. AndrewPatrick

    AndrewPatrick Newbie

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    I want to start a mini White/Grey hat blog farm for SEO purposes. I'm going to start with 5 blogs on dif. class C IP's and work my way up. 1 of the sites will be the main, so I'll have 4 blogs to work with.

    I'm not interested in creating sub domains or automated wordpress blogs. I wanna this to be strictly white/grey hat. Everything is going to be fresh content. (edit: now that I think of it I prolly shoulda posted in the White hat forum. lol)

    I'm going to buy some aged domains that are already indexed through TDNAM. I have 1 so far, just waiting for some more keyword rich domains to show up on freshdrop.net

    Right now I'm just experimenting & I'm going to use free web platforms as my "blog farms" structure.

    Can you please look at the following flow chart and give me your opinions on the link structure?


    On the graph there are 5 free sites linking to each (of the 4) domains. The 4 domains are all linked to my main site.

    I didn't want to make another graph but ultimately each of the 4 domains will have 20 free sites linking to them (for a total of 100 articles/free sites).

    So when you look at the graph just picture that layout for each of the domains.

    I'd really appreciate some input. :)

    Damn. I don't have 15 posts yet. I can't post a direct image. Here is the image if someone would mind posting it.

    Only one * in place of . com

    lucidchart*com/publicSegments/view/49c56036-6f54-4ac0-a006-65cc46204ad5
     
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  2. AndrewPatrick

    AndrewPatrick Newbie

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    I made a new chart. This one is what I'll probably do. Hopefully I'll get it done within the next few weeks. What do you think of this structure?

    The only problem I see is that sites like squidoo & hubpages have a bunch of outgoing links already. I'll probably have to stick with wordpress.com blogger & weebly

    This took a long as time to make: hxxp://bit.ly/VF1pA
     
  3. shm03

    shm03 Regular Member

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    I have to say it looks good, but you could try creating a circular linking pattern at the free sites, with one link down to the wordpress site, so you have groups of a minimum of 3 free pages linking to each other with one link to your wordpress sites
     
  4. dheaven

    dheaven Junior Member

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    nice, i like this :)