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My SEO Blueprint

Discussion in 'Black Hat SEO' started by sbw27, Oct 13, 2011.

  1. sbw27

    sbw27 Regular Member

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    I wanted to get some discussion going about link structures for SEO campaigns, and I decided to make a diagram showing pretty much what I do. It's very successful as is, but I am always looking for opinions on ways to improve, different theories....should certain links be tier 1 or tier 2 links etc. This blueprint is nothing new, and I am sure it's fairly similar to what many are doing.

    So here's my Blueprint:

    http://i.imgur.com/Fm4Vl.png

    Ideas?

    Cheers
     
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  2. big_steve_mac

    big_steve_mac Registered Member

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    I like it thanks for the share, do you use unique content throughout or something different?
     
  3. sbw27

    sbw27 Regular Member

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    I get content into spintax format using the best spinner....70% + normally. And I also use VitaVees Ultra Spinable Articles a fair bit, when they are on topic. Crap content can work, but it's much harder to index post panda....so I do spend money or effort trying to put human readable content out there.
     
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  4. davids355

    davids355 Jr. VIP Jr. VIP Premium Member

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    Man that's a wicked diagram. Simple but easy to understand. Nice share.
     
  5. big_steve_mac

    big_steve_mac Registered Member

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    I am fairly new to this, but your diagram will be prety much how I approach it, then the only thing i would consider that you are probably doing already is some paid links on high pr home page.

    On a slightly different note I see you use both venom and nuke which does the better job for you?

     
  6. sbw27

    sbw27 Regular Member

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    I don't go looking for paid links, but that works too if you have the money.

    SeNuke vs Venom Pro is an interesting one. I don't currently have a SeNuke subscription, because I decided to get a life license for Venom SEO pro...and I thought it was a waste having both. However, the venom ride is a bit bumpy at the moment. It does some things well, and fast, and has all the potential to be the best tool on the market, but at the moment it still needs development, crashing more than i would like, the Web 2.0 account creation and posting doesn't get you any many sites as it should etc....it's getting there, and I am happy to be a user, but it needs work. SeNuke is damn expensive. If you have good income, and are looking to expand, it's probably the best tool for Web 2.0 automation right now. But for me, I decided to go for the cheaper option.
     
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    Looks like about exatly what I do and it works well. I social bookmark my site articles too. Also use RSS Aggregates.
     
  8. sbw27

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    The indexing service I use does the rss stuff for me. I social bookmark all tier 1 links.
     
  9. sbw27

    sbw27 Regular Member

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    I also aim a fair few profile links from high PR domains directly at my money site, and backlink them too....do many people heavily profile link their money sites?
     
  10. Getwhatchuwant

    Getwhatchuwant Jr. VIP Jr. VIP Premium Member

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    1 web 2.0 tier or do you do another round fo web 2.0 pointing to the 1st? How has it been working for you so far, I am trying to find something that will work for me too.
     
  11. Dr_Scythe

    Dr_Scythe Regular Member

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    Probably the neatest looking blueprint I've seen shared :p

    Looks fairly solid. I'm also a VenomSEO Pro user although I'm paying monthly rather than a lifetime subscription. What you said is spot on it's currently ok but it definitely has the potential to be one of the best products around if development keeps improving it.
     
  12. sbw27

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    Just 1 web 2.0 tier for me....it's working well. 2 would help with indexing of 1st tier sites, and I might look into that, but for now....1 Web 2.0 tier is fine.
     
  13. sbw27

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    I like wasting time with Photoshop when I should be working...my bad :)