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[Need Feedback] If you had 2000 users on your site daily...

Discussion in 'Black Hat SEO' started by rbaker, Jan 26, 2015.

  1. rbaker

    rbaker Newbie

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    Hi everyone, I'm looking for some feedback on the best strategies to move forward with a project I'm heading up.

    First let me share some stats on what I have at my disposal as far as tools/resources goes.

    • PR7 domain, Moz shows my DA/PA in the 80's. It's a solid domain/site in a general niche. Receives around 250-300 people organically from referred traffic/Google.
    • A solid group of 2,000 marketers who will perform any task I ask of them as far as building content / sharing / syndicating content.
    • # of users increases daily.
    • A video marketing tool that my partner and I have developed that allows users to create a solid video landing page that should pull really well in SEO. It has a nice video embed and a great layout for description, profile, tags, so on.

    So, these users are very active on our root domain (not the one listed above). We've built a suite of tools that allows them to create video landing pages that allows them to market anything they want, from our root domain, which creates a page on our domain listed above. This in turn creates plenty of traffic to our domain listed above each day as well.

    My questions is, what actions should I have them perform when they create a new video? I was thinking of creating our own version of a syndwire type setup, to syndicate their content out for them on autopilot, to a list of accounts they create/maintain, and allow them to plug those sites into our back end, and we handle the rest.

    Would it be better to just have them manually share their content on their social media platforms, or would creating a syndwire type system for them be ideal?

    I guess what I'm basically trying to figure out, is what actions would be most beneficial for them to do, in order for them to get each of their pages indexed and ranking well in Google. I know our domain is strong, but I need to have them get some page authority onto each of their pages. You can think of it like a mini-blog type system for them.

    Also, what would be the best way to try to funnel some of my PA from my root domain, into the sub pages? I was thinking maybe showing the top uploaders on the front page, with a link to their profile pages, which would then have a link to all of their video pages on our platform. I was also going to have a section for the latest content uploaded. Is this a good method for distributing some PA to those pages?

    Thanks for any feedback, I just want to make sure I can maximize the results for our members!
     
  2. WhiteHatTryHard

    WhiteHatTryHard Registered Member

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    So you funnel all your DA and your PR into your product page, then 301 it to the index and redirect it to an expired domain you bought that has at least 60 DA, then you add some spaghetti and you will make 1.000.000$ per every 12 seconds. Got it.

    Or alternatively just provide a good service and expand on it to make users happy, give them ways to show their happyness (like social) and let nature do the rest.

    There is no secret, there is just being the best in your niche.
     
  3. rbaker

    rbaker Newbie

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    Maybe I didn't explain what I was asking very well lol. What I'm asking, is what activity should I have my thousands of users do on my site every day, to help each of their pages rank and get indexed.

    These users that are working on my site daily, or people I'm already connected with business wise, they are all members of another site of mine, and they are using this site as a way to market their products through a video marketing suite we've built for them.

    Here are some ideas I'm playing around with:

    I'm creating a 'profile' page for each of my users, which will link to each of their pages that host their videos/descriptions for things they want to get traffic for. I was thinking of teaching how to setup a web2.0 network of sites, that would point to their profile page, which would then pass juice to all of their other pages. Is that a good strategy?

    I'm going to have a 'top contributor' section on my front page, where a lot of my PA is, and have that link to users profile pages, to help pass some juice down the chain.

    I'm trying to figure out what the best daily activities for my users would be to help their individual pages rank for each of their keywords. Should they share each of their page socially every day, should they keep building out web2.0 networks, so on.

    Does that make more sense for the feedback I'm looking for?

    Thanks :)
     
  4. rbaker

    rbaker Newbie

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    No ads, it's a tool we're building out for members of our marketing tools suite. The members are able to use their pages as a lead generation tool for anything they want to promote. We don't have any links on their pages that don't go to something tied to them.