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My Search Engine Optimization Question ?

Discussion in 'White Hat SEO' started by jamunkala, Oct 31, 2011.

  1. jamunkala

    jamunkala Regular Member

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    M is my main site with 10 keywords so if i register a tld for each keyword and make each keyword a 1 page website linking to main site M then is it any kind of optimization.

    Also what if i link back to each of these keyword site from my main site M

    What if i make a wordpress blog instead of a page for each keyword and then inside the post put my links with anchor text to main site.

    if main site's name is mainsite[.]com then should i use anchor text in links on keyword sites as "Main Site" or the keyword i want my main site to optimized for. Like the links on keyword1.com should have anchor text as keyword1 (linking to main site M) or it should have anchor text "Main Site"

    I know most of you do this on a daily basis, so please let me know with your experiences and knowledge.

    Thankyou
     
  2. DamageX

    DamageX Elite Member

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    I'd say use web2.0 properties instead, cheaper and faster.
     
  3. naresh821

    naresh821 Newbie

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    I think it is not a good idea that you register tld for each keyword.. If you will do so then you will have to manage and optimize 11 sites which is more tough than to optimize one site.. Anyway if you want to do so then you should link to your main site using keyword rather than name of site... If you still have some questions then You can PM me..
     
  4. Sampler

    Sampler Senior Member

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    Those sites need to be valuable. Simply sticking a link on a TLD will do next to nothing. They will need to have some content and good links if you want any chance of having link juice passed on. Thirdly, I'd also host them on NSIP's and from different registrars would be even better. If that's too hard for you though then maybe web2.0 properties would be the way to go.
     
  5. jamunkala

    jamunkala Regular Member

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    What are web2.0 properties and NSIP's