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Make money while boosting your rankings! ($1000 per month guaranteed) - Must Read!

Discussion in 'Black Hat SEO' started by William C, May 19, 2010.

  1. William C

    William C Registered Member

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    I'm new here but I figured a little tactic of mine could really help you.

    There are many of you who probably believe that building a link wheel by building pages on free blog hosts will make your Search Engine Rankings shoot through the roof. Well, let me tell you: IT WON'T!

    No, Don't get me wrong!
    Link wheels do work, but not on free blog hosts like wordpress. They pass little to no juice at all + even if they do a little good to you, you would do a lot better if you built a link wheel out of your own domains.

    There are plenty of reasons for this.

    Why link wheels with Web 2.0 properties won't work:
    1) They have a shit load of ads and other links that drain your link juice

    2) A backlink on a Web 2.0 property like a squidoo page won't count as a PR8 backlink, it is just going to be a PR0 backlink. The fact that it is a squidoo page will just make it rank better in the SERPs (just your web 2.0 property, not your money site) because the domain has trust rank. Backlinks from the pages aren't as useful as you think they are.

    3) You have wasted money on content for the page but you can't monetize it, not very effectively atleast.

    Why should you get your own website network:

    1) All the backlinks you pump to these websites will make their PR increase and make them valuable. They will have some resale value. It becomes an asset that can be liquidized.

    2) You can monetize them efficiently. The traffic to these domains will cover up your investment.

    3) You have full control over your properties, no one can ban your page.

    How much is it going to cost?
    $50, that's it! Just $50 to setup your own website network to pump juice to your current money site and many others that you might come up with in the future. The best thing is, you'll be making over $500/mo. at the end of 3 months from just these websites that you build. Let alone the added money that'll come in through your money site once it shoots up in the SERPs.

    How do I go about it?
    STEP 1: Domain names
    Firstly, you need to get yourself 5 domains (preferably exact match domains for 5 of your targeted keywords.)
    For example, let us suppose one of my keyword is "Instant Acne Treatment", my first preference would be instantacnetreatment.com however, if that isn't available, I'll go for instant-acne-treatment.com.
    If that isn't available either, my next preference would be either:
    InstantAcneTreatment.net
    or
    InstantAcneTreatment.org
    or
    Instant-acne-treatment.net
    or
    Instant-acne-treatment.org

    I have always found exact match domains to do wonders for me!
    Now you'll wonder why we're selecting exact match domains when all we care about is the backlinks on them, why do they have to be exact matches to the targeted keywords?
    I'll get to that later in the post.

    STEP 2: Hosting

    Now, this is a very crucial part of the plan.
    You cannot use your regular shared hosting to host your network of websites, the reason being that your network can easily be tracked down by Google since you'd be interlinking your websites. All of them being on the same IP or IP ranges close by, it'll cause your network to vanish from the SERPs and even your money site being penalized. You don't want that, do you?
    It's better to play safe hence sign up with a decent Multiple C Class IP package. (If you don't know what C Class IP hosting is, just read this blog post I found on one of the provider's blogs http://www.page1hosting.com/blog/)
    Be very careful while selecting a host.
    This is also called SEO hosting, FYI.
    To make your network completely untraceable, you need to have separate nameservers for each domain, fake whois records and seperate rDNS.

    Don't worry about the details, just sign up with Page1hosting.com, they're pretty good. They offer seperate rDNS and different Nameservers for each domain (even custom nameservers like ns1.yoursite.com) so there's not a thing you have to worry about.

    Also, they offer a few hours of Virtual Assistant service each month so you could use those guys to install your blogs for you and do your link building so it's all taken care of.
    Just sign up for the 5 C Class IP package, it would be adequate for first timers.
    I've used Hostgator's SEOhosting.com but they don't offer different nameservers for every domain and they're shit expensive too.

    STEP 3: Setting up your websites/blogs

    After you've signed up for your hosting package and your domains are setup on 5 different C Class IPs, you just have to start installing WP blogs and all those SEO plugins. Ask the page1hosting support staff to do it for you, they'll cut it from your virtual assistant hours but they'll install your blog and install whatever plugins you give them.
    If you paid for the package, you rather use the free virtual assistant hours that you get, right?

    Once the blogs are setup, post 2-3 articles on each blog and have your page1hosting guys build some social bookmarking links for you on about 5 social bookmarking sites for each blog.

    In the mean time, change the theme of your website, a different one for each. Doesn't have to be too good, just get a free one or ask your Page1Hosting VA to do it for you. Mind you, they're not very good at selecting skins for your blog though.

    Anyways, now your next step is to sit back and relax for a bit while the search engines index your blogs and start getting used to them.
    You can get this content for free too, look at the bottom of this post.

    STEP 4: The interlinking and boosting your rankings.
    At the end of about 1 week, post one more article and start your interlinking process.
    Mind you, do not interlink through the blogroll, it is frowned upon by Google.
    Use footer links and in content links to do the interlinking.
    Every time you post a new article, build about 4-5 social bookmarking/blog commenting links to it.

    That's about it, Every day of the week, you add a 300 word blog post to one of your blogs and built 4-5 links to it. Take the weekends off. This will result in each blog getting a fresh content each week with a steady link building pace.

    At the end of the first month, you can start building links to your money site from each of these websites.
    This will give an instant boost to your search engine rankings and make your money site shoot up in the results.


    Step 5: Monetizing
    Now, at the end of the first month, you should be receiving about 1000-2000 unique visitors on each of your websites which can easily make you about $10-20/site via adsense - about $100 in totality.

    For some extra money, you could sell 3 links per blog for $5 each - which gets you $15 per blog - $45 for all 5 blogs.

    You can now start charging for guest blog posts and allow them to have 1-2 links per post @ $5. You'll get free content + money.

    By the end of 3 months (if a PR update lands around that time), you'll see yourself at a PR 3, a PR 2 at least. By the next update, you'll probably get to PR4. Just remember, the secret is to let the content come in atleast once a week and maintain a steady link building pace.

    At the end of 6 months, you'll be raking in $100/month through adsense per blog. That makes it $500/mo. just from Adsense.
    If you're smart enough, you'll make another $500/mo. on the link sales and sponsored blog posts/guest posts/advertising.


    How to get free content?
    To get free content for your blog, just post an ad on the forum offering free backlinks in exchange for guest posts. People will take the deal since all they have to do is give you 300 words of unique content in exchange for 2 backlinks, sweet deal on either side!

    Once you attain PR 3, you can start charging for these blog posts too!

    The sweet benefits.
    Now you remember we'd registered exact match domains for 5 of your keywords hence the keywords targeted for each domain will be its own name (instant-acne-treatment.com would be targeting "instant acne treatment" while get-rid-of-pimples.com would target "get rid of pimples" as its keyword)

    Since these are exact match domains, they'll start ranking for the keywords pretty fast and it'll be fairly easy too. Hence, you'll be having 2 spots on the first page for each of your keyword (one would be your money site and the other would be the exact match domain from your blog network) meaning lower competition and higher marketing domination.


    WOW!, that was a long write now.
    PS: I wrote this tutorial exclusively for Black Hat World!!

    If you have any questions, feel free to PM me or reply to this thread. I'll surely answer all.

    I might have missed out a few points so I'll edit the post tomorrow and add whatever it is I find missing when I proof read it.

    NOW THANK ME!
     
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  2. SpeedDemon

    SpeedDemon Regular Member

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    nice referral link but also nice article =D
     
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  3. MrDetails

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    Where do you see that?
     
  4. mofaux

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    This seems like an awful lot of time and money to spend on backlinks.

    If you're willing to spend money to remove ads from your backlink, why not just pay wordpress to do it? That would get around the problem of having similar IP addresses, too. They give you the option of removing ads for a small price. Also, doesn't selling links on your blog every day drain your link juice in the same way that wordpress running ads does? If you're doing all this SEO work on your own backlinks, why not just run ads on them yourself to monetize them?

    Is there any advantage to your plan over creating autoblogs that link to you? That seems less time consuming.
    If you backlinked to your free blog the same way you would to your alternative paid blog, it wouldn't be PR0. That's why many people use autopligg, xrumer, or scrapebox blasts to promote their own free blogs.

    I really like your idea of monetizing backlinks to your money site, but if I were to spend that much time on a couple of backlinks I would try to make them a google news source. That would be a lot more profitable. There's a pretty popular item in the downloads section about how to do it: http://www.blackhatworld.com/blackh...0-minutes-warriors-calling-best-wso-ever.html
    You might want to tie that into your idea.
     
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  5. William C

    William C Registered Member

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    What referral link are you talking about?
     
  6. filmy

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    LOL. I am so happy that a backlink network from web 2.0 properties doesn't work... I guess I'm just LUCKY that I'm getting all that traffic.

    filmy
     
  7. William C

    William C Registered Member

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    Firstly, it's just wordpress that would remove your ads. What about the rest?
    Secondly, what about the resale value?
    What do you think will fetch you more money? A PR3 wordpress blog on wordpress.com or a PR3 domain?
    There is a lot of customization possible when it is your own domain!

    Secondly, the ads that you sell don't have to be site-wide. Just put them up on content pages.

    There are advantages.
    If you think about it clearly, this is an economical alternative. The investment required is minimal and eventually it will not only pay for itself but will make you a lot more profits. Autoblogs can't give you that.
    xRumer and other spam blasts are comparatively expensive to run for a number of pages. Assuming it costs $20/blast and you have 5 web 2.0 properties, you shelled out $100 then and there itself. What did you get out of it? Nothing much really.

    These questions have been answered theoretically.
    I have used autoblogs in the past and using link spamming and building a tired network of websites to eventually pass down links to the money site used to work wonders about a year back however, it is all dead now. Google catches up real quick.
    I'm not saying you won't see success but Google can detect link spamming much better now and has come up with more sophisticated ways of penalizing link spamming.
    I'll take a look at it. Thanks for sharing though!
     
  8. William C

    William C Registered Member

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    Are you getting traffic through your web 2.0 network or did your money site jump in the SERPs?

    Once again, I didn't mean you will see NO SUCCESS with web 2.0 however, there are a lot of advantages with having your own domains and a lot more control too!
     
  9. lucius

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    Sorry but i am going to have to disagree with you here. building links from web 2.0 sites and then bookmarking those pages is my primary link building method and it works for me almost all the time.
     
  10. William C

    William C Registered Member

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    Alright Alright, don't turn the heat on.
    Have you tried the technique I explained?
    Just try it once and come back with a case study. I'm sure your smile will only be broader.
     
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    write a crappy old shit that stay in BHW for years and promote your webhosting is a nice method to make money lool. Look what is the most detailed part of your "article"? lool it's webhosting. Everyone should look at this method to make money too. . .
     
  12. C0DeZeR0

    C0DeZeR0 Junior Member

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    Thanks Nice And Useful Post
     
  13. William C

    William C Registered Member

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    I am not affiliated with Page1hosting.com or SEOhosting.com in anyway except the fact that I've been a client for both.
    The hosting part is important since some people tend to screw it up by not being too careful about how to make your network untraceable using: SEO hosting and different whois details!
     
  14. William C

    William C Registered Member

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    I appreciate the complement. Thank you :)
     
  15. utterlyadrift25

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    Go easy on him,

    He has no referral code in his link, or at least I don't see any. In fact, what you just outlined has been my plan for the last two weeks. However,
    I came across a 3000 word article with the title "how not to make money online" and it spoke of this.

    Those blogs sites are likely to be flagged as "MFA", MFA standing for "made for adsense". Google are heavily cracking down on this, as it is ruining their search results. I'm sorry for not being able to back up what I'm saying here with links but I'm not using my own computer so I do not have the bookmarked articles to link to.

    Recently there was a debate over whether Yahoo's recent increase in market share is as a result of people being shut down over being flagged as MFA. I have read countless articles recently, about people actually being de-indexed by using this kind of plan.

    But, back to your plan. In theory, this sounds to be true. But me and my colleague (who operate moderately within the SEO field) worked out the figures for the price of buying 5 or 10 domains, the time value it would take to post content to each blog, (or selling blog posts like you mentioned), and so on. In the end we worked out that, in reality, our costs would exceed our profits for the first three - six months.

    Now, I'm not entirely sure what keywords you were targetting but, if you were targeting below 100k would not bring you 20 dollars per blog on adsense since the average CPC for decent sites is between 1 - 3% . If you're ranking within a month so quickly I'm assuming you will or have targetted keywords with about 20k searches per month. 20k searches per month would net you between 200 - 600 clicks per blog based on a 1 -3% CPC. If we assume that your paid on average even .30 cents per click (just an assumption) you're making about 70 dollars per month per blog...

    Whether you hire a cheap writer who writes for you, or you write the blogs yourself and do what you detailed in your plan, I think that you would be making less than minimum wage to be honest, for the first few months. It would only be useful in the sense that you could pass on some link juice or whatever you want to call it to your money site.

    Anyhow, my point being is - MFA sites stick out like a sore thumb. And even if you did try hard to not make an MFA site, you may aswell put the same efforts into making an authority site and invest your time, effort and money into doing SEO for that site - which would probably be for the better.

    Alternatively, You could try and do this with 50 - 100 websites and sell links + blog posts and NO adsense. You need to have the capital of course, to do it for that many sites would cost a F**K load. We already worked out the costs, its not exactly spare change. But it can turn into an extremely profitable thing and bring you massive ROI in the long run.

    If we say that you manage to get the sites up to PR3 after a few months, a PR3 link normally goes for 10 dollars per month. 50 sites x 10 links (average) = 500 links x 10 = 5k per month indefinitely as its normally a p/m fee. Couple this with a 5 dollar per blog post (average price). you have 50 sites, at one or two posts per week thats 4 - 8 posts per month @ 50 sites = 200 - 400 blog posts would net you a further 1 - 2k per month. thats 6k -7k per month for 50 sites. And over time, your sites would keep gaining rank and PR as a result of your content...

    Anyway, count this as my contribution to Blackhat :p - this is probably more white hat than black hat anyway. Bit of a long read and jumbled up but what the heck, I had to contribute at some point K


    EDIT: Reason 50 - 100 domains is better is because of the amount of links you could sell, 5 - 10 would be useless since you wouldnt make much from selling links and 0 adsense. Forgot to include link strategy for this many sites but I'll post it later or tomorrow :p. Hosting would work the same as he's saying, our costs factored in hostgator as opposed to 1hosting so I'm not sure what it would look like.
     
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  16. mofaux

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    At that point, you could keep adding domains and have something akin to free traffic system or SEO linkvine. I agree, this idea does not seem profitable enough for the time investment unless it's done on a massive scale. Minimum wage sucks.
     
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    What the fuck.
     
  18. William C

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    Well, if being flagged as MFA is what you're worried about, then don't run adsense ads. You could make the same amount of money through affiliate marketing by having some sort of affiliate links in your content.
    If you don't think that's a good idea, sell banner space/ad space too.
    Even if you don't do any of these, you'll still make enough money to cover up costs and get some profit over it through link sales.

    I'm not saying you're wrong.
    However, if your time is really worth that much then you probably make some decent money hence you have the advantage of scalability. Get a 50 blog network and hire a Virtual Assistant to do all the work for you.

    PS: That's why I mentioned Page1Hosting's service since they offer a few hours of Virtual Assistant each month. That is adequate to install the blogs and format and post content that you give 'em.
    I estimated those figures assuming you'd rank somewhere around #4-5 on the first page. Now, the traffic and CTR depends mainly on your niche and how well your blog has been designed nonetheless, you'll make at least $20 per blog.
    I've taken lower figures to be safe and not get hopes up for the starters.
    They're 300 word blog posts each day. Even if you write them yourself, they shouldn't take more than 10 minutes each day.
    I don't see a problem here.
    And the money you make off these blogs is just a way to cover your costs and give you some added income. Your main aim should be making your money site rank.
    Scalability. Start small and go large by the end of 6 months since you'll make your initial investment from your first set of blogs and you can reinvest the profits in more and more blogs.
    Just do all the work yourself if you don't have much capital available.




    PS: Thanks for your input man. I'm sure there are others apart from me who appreciate your contribution!
     
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    thanx for the post,but what about this?

    how to get that,can you explain a detailed and reliable way to do that?
     
  20. William C

    William C Registered Member

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    Login to your domain registrar and either select private whois (which hides your whois details) or go to fakenamegenerator.com and get fake whois details from there. :)