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My first site is up - considering Fiverr for ranking and traffic

Discussion in 'Making Money' started by sicnarf, Apr 1, 2012.

  1. sicnarf

    sicnarf Junior Member

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    Hi everyone,

    After being a BHW member for almost a year, my wife and I have taken the plunge and created our first website. So far she and I have written the content and I've done some backlinking (which is really tedious since I'm doing it manually) by rewriting our site's original post and submitting it to Web 2.0 sites like Hubpages, Squidoo and Tumblr. I've also done some bookmarking. The two long tail keywords that we are targeting get about 5,000 global month searches a month so between the two we're looking at 10,000 global searches monthly.

    I've read on the forum that I should outsource my weaknesses and driving traffic to the site is my weakness. What I'd like to do is use some Fiverr gigs to do that but I'm at a lost as where to start and was hoping for some suggestions. Do I start with a link pyramid or wheel? Do I start with social bookmarking? Maybe I start with backlinks? What would you recommend?

    The site is only two weeks old but I'd like to see it move up in ranking as quickly as possible. And yes...I will continue to add good content to the site because writing is my strength.
     
  2. openaidbh

    openaidbh BANNED BANNED

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    To my knowledge, the classic Link Wheel is outdated, the industry has kinda moved on to the the Link Pyramid, as well as the Link Gyroscope or Link Amoeba or whatever. Look at the services section, and see how the strongest-selling threads structure their backlinks (assuming you still want to do them manually instead of just buying the services).

    Take rakoom2002's Vitamin D backlinks package, for example

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    This is a structure you should be able to replicate, even if it may take a while ;)


    Another, more linkwheel-esque structure, is this one from entri3's Deadly SEO (the Operation LAM-SON package):
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    When it comes to backlinks, it sounds like you're in Rome; so, just do as the Romans do ;)