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New Website Ranking Journey, New To Seo, Help Appreciated

Discussion in 'Black Hat SEO' started by pearse1916, Nov 9, 2014.

  1. pearse1916

    pearse1916 Junior Member

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    Hey Everyone, so I have set up a blog and plan on this being my main focus for the next year,

    I am a network marketer but now ( yeah not for everyone) I want to rank a website for a product I am promoting.

    I am new to seo but have been doing allot of reading on tired link building, GSA SER, Scrape box and a few other things.

    I was hoping those in the know here could give me some advice as to where to start with the seo, should I get GSA SER, I already have scrape box but never used it.

    Should I write all my own articles for tier one or is there a way to get good content without having to write them all myself. I don't have a big budget in-fact hardly any budget so most of the work will have to be done myself other than purchasing GSA and the captcha solver..

    First I am spending a couple of months writing articles based on each keyword and making a YouTube video for each blog post with each keyword as the title. I want to have 30-50 good quality blog posts with good seo before starting my link building campaign.

    Where to start and what to do>?????? I am getting information overload and don't want to get bogged down in reading and not implementing.

    Should I be focusing on tiered link building building my tier one with web 2.0 properties with quality content? should I write and create this content myself or is scrapped content ok and if so what's best for scraped content? I have article rewriter wizard but not sure if that's any good for ranking.

    The main keyword I want to rank for has a monthly search of 200,000 in Google, But there are other not so competitive keywords.

    Here is a list below of the top 21 searched, without showing the keywords, just showing the number of times searched and the number of results in Google when put in "inverted commas" shoudl I be targeting the lower competition keywords first with less than 30,000 results in google or go for them all.

    And another stupid question is do I build links to www.domain.com or build links to all posts like www.domains.com/blog-post-title
    any help and advise would be really appreciated I don't mind doing the work but am curious of where to start

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  2. souleclipse

    souleclipse Jr. VIP Jr. VIP Premium Member

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    Scrapebox and GSA SER are good for tier 2 only..

    TIer 1 is going with Press Release, web 2.0 and PBN links.

    Unless you can create your own PBN , you will need to invest and buy.
    BUt guess what.. there are many crappy PBN seller here. Good Luck finding one lol.

    Spun content still work... no issue on it, don't worry. (MY 2 cents, there are some people who think CONTENT IS KING ... to me it's a joke)

    You should link to whichever page you want to rank for, as for keywords... you should check the competition..
     
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  3. pearse1916

    pearse1916 Junior Member

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    Thanks for the response souleclipse, one silly question, can you use the same press release for every press release site, or should it be different for each one, what the best software for press release sites or should it be done manually also do I need separate articles for the web2's mathew woodward suggested ultimate demon was good for web2 profiles but it comes with a hefty price tag unless I use it for a couple of months just to get the web 2's sorted.
     
  4. ggguuuttt

    ggguuuttt Junior Member

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    If you want to save some time you can hire someone to write articles for 5$ a piece.
     
  5. makemybusinessboom

    makemybusinessboom Jr. VIP Jr. VIP Premium Member

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    I like to use unique and readable content for anything that points directly to my money site. Just a personal preference as I do a lot of local client seo, I strive for sustainability. As SoulEclipse mentioned spun content still works, I am just uber paranoid :). Also, using a Flesch Kincaid type of algorithm, it would be incredibly easy for Google to detect spun or low quality content, so I try to think a step ahead.

    Building tiered links works great. I like to use authority sites as buffers to my money site. You are tackling a high volume niche so I hope you are ready to get aggressive. A great way to preemptively garner traffic is to rank parasites and link to your blog. People will follow the links but you will also have a backlink that is ever increasing in strength. Good luck
     
  6. rankspire

    rankspire Jr. VIP Jr. VIP Premium Member

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    Let me answer this question for souleclipse.

    Press releases can be one same article going to multiple sites. I don't think there are any reliable software in market that do press releases. Even if there are, most of these support only crappy sites. So, better not to waste time on it. Also, when you're doing press releases, make sure to stay away from using anchored links within them.

    For Web 2.0s, yes, use only unique content and do not go for the easy way of building web 2.0s with single page content. Instead, keep on adding content to them, not all of them should be linking to your site. You can post videos, images, infographs etc along with regular articles.

    I don't really think any automated tool can help us out in long term.

    All the best with your efforts.