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Money site with thousands of keywords, how build my PBN?

Discussion in 'Black Hat SEO' started by garyluo, Aug 15, 2014.

  1. garyluo

    garyluo Newbie

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    If i have a Money Site with thousands of keywords, how to build my PBN to rank so many keywords? How many PBN would i need to build?($10K+ budget) :confused:
     
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    PBNs are generally built around the general niche that your site is trying to rank for. So say you have 1000 keywords relating to tv products, you could make PBN sites about electronics etc. They don't always have to be exactly what your keywords are, the key is relevance. You may want to make a few sites that have some of the biggest keywords you care to rank most for. Going back to the example, maybe you make a PBN site about samsung televisions to try to rank for that keyword.

    Good luck!
     
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    If you want to rank 1,000+ keywords.... don't put all eggs into one basket. So you need to create 5 - 10 sites for ranking 1,000+ keywords.
     
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    Aslo be careful . All the links from the same type of source is not good. If all of your links are from sites whose domains were expired might raise filter .
     
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    English mother fucker!
     
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    If you are targeting a lots of keywords, you need a big network and mind you, $10k is not a very big budget if you are looking for a quality network.
     
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    You have two choices
    1. Focus on just a few of the top keywords and rank very high for them.
    2. Spread the equity around to all your pages so that you rank for all the keywords (tough in a competitive space)

    1 is generally the default option most use and is pretty straight forward. You build links to specific pages with specific keywords, making sure you have a natural distribution of keywords in your anchor texts.

    However, if you choose 2, then read on ...

    Let me give you an example of how to build this for say an ecommerce site that has thousands of individual pages for various electronic items and wants to rank each page for its individual keyword. Building a PBN with thousands of links to individual item pages means a thousand domain PBN. If this fits in your budget - great. But most likely you want to build this with a smaller number of domains - say 50. What you would do is group your items into categories like mobile phone, laptops, mp3 players etc and create pages dedicated for each category with links to all item pages in that category. So now 1000 items are represented by say 50 category pages with each category page linking to 20 individual items. Your PBN would not have links to the individual item pages, buy instead to the category pages. Equity would flow from the category pages to the individual item pages. The anchor text for the link to your item pages from the category pages is crucial here.
     
  9. alexthepbndude

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    OP, nikita12 is right here.

    You should start small and focus first of all on several big keywords (and all their possible long-tail variations, even those that Market Samurai shows no traffic for, just to build relevance).

    What I have personally noticed is that when trying to rank for bigger keywords using links from a powerful PBN, all your other terms will jump a little bit higher. This is a common thing since the website grows in link popularity and when the links are high quality contextual ones, Google will reward it with higher positions overall.

    Another thing that I would recommend is don't try to buy only domains strictly related to your market/niche when building your PBN. Generic domains are ok, ex-personal blogs, political campaign websites, etc. The content that you publish on these is what matters. Re-purposing the content is what matters and using the right and always different anchor text.

    Let me explain.

    There is always this debate that you should link only once from 1 PBN site to the money site etc, which is a myth. Use your budget to constantly add new sites to your PBN and link to your internal pages with the right keywords as long as it works. When you feel it's not delivering a boost in SERPs anymore, this means you need to add more domains to your PBN.

    Another piece of advice is try to avoid using the same anchor text twice. So, if you want to rank for 'blue widgets', diversify the anchor text for every article you post. Keep a spreadsheet.

    Anchor 1 for Article 1 on PBN site 1 - blue widgets
    Anchor 2 for Article 2 on PBN site 2 - best blue widgets
    Anchor 3 for Article 3 on PBN site 3 - i just bought these blue widgets

    ... so forth and so on

    Every single anchor in every single article should be different, but contain your main keyword or a variation. Even diversifying with generic or LSI keywords is not necessary when you do this.

    Anyway, this is just my approach for the last year or so, and it's bringing in decent results. Some may disagree. I just share what works for me.

    Hope this helps :)
     
  10. SteveWaller

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    Sound advice there - I don't use generic, brands or plain URLs (the last two because it makes finding a PBN even easier for your competitors), but have been using the same method as above and it's working pretty well. I have almost all unique anchors apart from maybe a couple of extra ones for my main keyword but other than that they are all different.