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Launching Site With Pages of Content vs Slowly Building Content...

Discussion in 'Black Hat SEO' started by Drew Iza, Mar 31, 2011.

  1. Drew Iza

    Drew Iza Regular Member

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    Anybody more experienced in SEO have a clue as to which approach is better when it comes to launching large content sites?

    I'm sure there are valid arguments for both sides.

    What's your experience/theory/approach?

    Should you launch with 75+ pages of content or start with maybe 10 pages and build slowly?

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  2. Drew Iza

    Drew Iza Regular Member

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    Damn... i know someone has some info on this.
     
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    I'm sure building slowly is better for google. they always like to see new content - not necessarily a lot of content.

    Sometimes when I start a sites with multiple pages I will backdate some of the articles, so it doesn't look like I made them all at the same time. I don't know if this tricks google or just visitors though.
     
  4. Drew Iza

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    Yea but if you launch a site with a lot of pages isn't that considered "new" content?
     
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    I heard about this theory in the xfactor guide or how was it called, to start a new site with at least 20 articles and so on but I disagree.

    I think adding like 3 articles first day and you publish them at different hours and then keep adding day by day one article and then 1 article at 2 days and so on, google will like it better as it sees that you keep adding content often so it provides more value to your website.
     
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    No it doesn't matter at all. As long as your content is good.
    Big e-commerce sites don't dripfeed. They put all of their content up at once.
    The most pages that I launched a site with all at once was around 9000 pages.
     
  7. Drew Iza

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    And you say that's for e-commerce sites. They are selling products.

    Would you say the same for a site completely content driven?