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Look over my local SEO plan for clients

Discussion in 'White Hat SEO' started by Nauthiz666, Mar 19, 2013.

  1. Nauthiz666

    Nauthiz666 Senior Member

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    Looking for suggestions or plans for my local SEO business model.

    So my clients pay me on average $350-500 per month for lower competition local stuff.

    Usually I do the following:
    50-75 citation submissions per month
    4-5 custom articles on either guest blogs or web 2.0s (hand written white hat)
    then a mixture of one of each per month, doc shares, video distribution, press releases.

    This seems to be fairly effective and cost effective using my VA. But it seems I need more content links, how can I do this affordability? Ideally like 50 content links per month with 3-4 hand spun articles would work I think, but trying to find some way to do this very cost effectively. Are there any software programs capable of submitting to only high quality sites like ezine, squidoo, hub pages, wordpress etc?
     
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  2. GiorgioB

    GiorgioB Supreme Member

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    How about some high quality business directories? They usually pass on nice link juice...
     
  3. dennis727

    dennis727 Power Member

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    FBN is your best bet. Submit a few blogs, buy/create articles to post to, and submit them to FBN.

    What I personally do is, buy spun content from one of the guys here, and then buy some fiverr gigs to proofread the content.

    It's a little bit pricey, but I dont want to spend my time proofreading spun articles. The end results = good readable spun articles.
     
  4. Nauthiz666

    Nauthiz666 Senior Member

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    Hey, thanks for the reply. What is FBN?
     
  5. dennis727

    dennis727 Power Member

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    Fightback Network. Here.
     
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  6. virtueassistant

    virtueassistant BANNED BANNED

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    Should buy articles from a good provider if you cant create the unique for Tier 1. Create the web 2.o for Tier 1 and post some articles on with half of them have no back link and the rests contain back link that link to main site. This aims to index these sites first. For Tier 2, 3, let start with social media, blog comment, social book mark...
     
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    beauxesprits BANNED BANNED

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    Try Press Release also... this just might lower the burden or some articles.
     
  8. stubo1903

    stubo1903 Junior Member

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    You can pick up some cheap articles on iWriter for manual placement, or even spin them and submit them with SENuke.

    Tbh your current set up looks more than enough for most local stuff, no point in going over the top
     
  9. Ek9nilly

    Ek9nilly Newbie

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    prweb is a good press release submission place, and having hubpages or other sites connecting to your main sites work as well. I assume you have done all the social media, and other local places ie: google places, yelp, foursquare, etc?
     
  10. justinslatter

    justinslatter Newbie

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    About Press Releases, though in real world you would have only one PR for an event/topic, for SEO I have noticed that spun Press Releases work a tad better. I mean more of them are indexed. Make sure to spin manually though.
     
  11. prospect7

    prospect7 Regular Member

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    Why not get 3 cheap hosting packages and register 3 domains per company you're working for. Put one client domain on each server then build those sites out and send the link juice.