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NEW URL and AMR or Link Building

Discussion in 'Black Hat SEO' started by DebbieSprules, Dec 12, 2011.

  1. DebbieSprules

    DebbieSprules Senior Member

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    Would you run AMR on a brand new URL to start things moving?

    We have a new niche with low comp, but three very new URLS.

    How would you play it? The question of NEW URLS is dubious, as all new businesses are expected to do initial drives of link building even by the virtue of organic and honest marketing.

    I really am scared into my little knickers of pressing go on a campaign and over cooking it.

    What is your first stop on a brand new URL.... or do you just do the same shit - but much slower?
     
  2. Toples

    Toples Regular Member

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    i wouldnt worry if site was at least month old
    for brand new sites you can schedule first article and drip feed it for 5-10 days to get the thing started
     
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    mdsurf Senior Member

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    id go ahead and blast it!
     
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    jeremonster Regular Member

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    Toples is right, the drip feed is likely the best and most natural method for you. From what I understand the articles just don't pull the same value that they once did. Sadly slow and painful linking or a quality drip feed are the only way. I have had some luck using a "filter site" like a Wordpress or Blogspot page that links back to our money site and then blast the hell out of your "filter" with scrapebox, articles and whatever else you want without the fear of being blacklisted. Just an additional idea to help you out to get some traffic. :D
     
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    jascoken Senior Member

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    In all cases like this, go slow and steady and ramp up.

    That way, you can't get burned. Only put one link on each article and submit slowly.

    Put it this way: You can always speed up, but you can't go backwards!
     
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  6. DebbieSprules

    DebbieSprules Senior Member

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    OK I am going to work on like 30 links a week high pr to start with. After the sites have settled for 2 weeks doing nothing. They are so new the site maps have only just been submitted.

    If I use AMR I might make it spread over all directories but use the scheduler across a week... say 10 links per site, per 3 or for days?? Sound ok????
     
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    Dude you guys are gods, I love all these ideas!
     
  8. DebbieSprules

    DebbieSprules Senior Member

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    Is your AMR a one time licence or is the 97 US a yearly thing?