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My try on BlackhatSEO

Discussion in 'Black Hat SEO' started by j3rki, May 3, 2011.

  1. j3rki

    j3rki Regular Member

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    hello bros,

    this is the way i wanna do..

    i want to build 2x amazon shops und 10x wordpressblogs for adsense.

    good niches for all 12 pages.

    wanna try 500 per amazon shop a month + 1-2k with blogs.

    i think i will buy scrapbox, this is the best everybody says. after this i will buy The Best Spinner(also good?). in my mind was senuke X but i dont know about german usage? and also if its good enough to mess with scrapebox?

    linking: i will scrape as much PR6+ blogs as i can und write comments by my own so it wont be spam and also accepted as a comment.

    what do you think?
     
  2. raider763

    raider763 Newbie

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    This is a good start but I would temper your money expectations until you get some traffic to see how it converts.

    Scrapebox is great, not just for blog comments but for URL management, link checking, proxy testing, etc.

    I would add some more content rich links to your arsenal, including Web 2.0 blogs that you create or articles. Look into Article Marketing Robot (AMR), they have thousands of directories to submit to and it's a one time fee like Scrapebox instead of a monthly service like SENuke.

    Also I would download the free version of SpinnerChief before you try The Best Spinner. I've used it for months now and it works great for me.
     
  3. zmoney

    zmoney Senior Member

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    How many sites and how much do you make now?
     
  4. th1221

    th1221 Registered Member

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    Yeah, this is a good start. Better to not go too backlink-heavy on new sites.
     
  5. TheRealRazzy

    TheRealRazzy Jr. VIP Jr. VIP

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    Agreed.

    If your site is brand new then start slow with the backlinking. After about a month then you can amp up you linking so that you can dominate the SERPs :D
     
  6. zmoney

    zmoney Senior Member

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    But whats your take on WH? Have you been successful at WH and the basics? Is this your first venture?
     
  7. j3rki

    j3rki Regular Member

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    thanks guys ;)

    so ive seen a vid of amr and it seems great ;p


    so for today i found the cpa section in here.. what do you think with what "technique" could i offer cpas to somebody?
     
  8. raider763

    raider763 Newbie

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    I have about 3-4 sites that I closely manage, and about 5 others that I've put on the backburner for now.

    I learned about IM techniques about 2 years ago but I haven't been really seriously with implementing them until 4-5 months ago. Money is also an issue for me so I couldn't invest in the programs I needed to which slowed my progress.

    I haven't made a ton of money, probably around $500 total, but my main websites are in their infancy and I plan to continuously add content to them throughout the year.

    To be honest, I can be lazy when it comes to writing, but I'm also a stickler for using unique content on all my money sites, and even the majority of my Web 2.0s. Probably a bad combination but I'm getting better at increasing my speed on a weekly basis.

    Once I get a few more checks I will begin outsourcing because I understand how much that will increase my productivity. I've used the money I've made so far to buy more tools such as AMR and Bookmarking Demon.

    Even with my limited experience, I've tested out a few things...

    For example I have one domain which I've only used Scrapebox to build links. It spent 3-4 months ranked anywhere between 100-300 but it's starting to pop up on page 1-3 now for some long tail phrases. Now that I'm close to page 1, I'm going to ramp up linking efforts and write some articles/blogs.

    Another domain I submitted 4 articles to the top 3-4 article directories manually (before I owned AMR), and also did a Scrapebox run on related niche blogs (probably only got 10-20 comments posted). This site wasn't in the top 1000 for 4-5 months, and out of nowhere I'm in the top 50 for 5 of my main keywords. Again, I plan on linking more to this site to get to page 1.

    My 'baby' if you will is a technology blog that I setup about 2 years ago. I posted about 8 times in that span, but I'm making sure that now I'm posting every week (and only on topics/titles that I've done keyword research for).

    Most of my traffic on this blog comes from 1 post, about 500 visitors a day from several variations of the main keyword.

    Seeing myself go from 5 visitors a day to 500 visitors a day almost overnight was exactly what I needed to motivate myself further. It took 3-4 weeks to reach page 1, using only AMR to build links, but the traffic gushed once I got there. It's been a steady 200-500 everyday for the past two months, and my adsense revenue went from almost nothing to $2-5 per day.

    It's nothing to brag about, but as a beginner it shows you that passive money is out there and it doesn't take an expert to grab it. The hard part is getting the ranking, but if you find the right keywords or hit on an upward trending keyword you could find yourself in a situation where you're pulling in even more than that from a single post or website.

    Once you see this, scale up. My main limiting factor is the rate at which I spit out content but I'm going to use the age of my 'baby' blog to my benefit. I plan on writing several more posts on there to get some $$ in my pocket. Once I have that I can outsource and build more websites about topics that I'm vaguely interested in.

    But it's the truth that you may spend just as much if not more time promoting your site than you did building it. This includes scraping URLs, writing articles, writing blog posts, posting on niche forums, etc.etc.
     
  9. j3rki

    j3rki Regular Member

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    this is my first try this way