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niche domination with multiple sites

Discussion in 'Black Hat SEO' started by cgpa2.17, Aug 10, 2014.

  1. cgpa2.17

    cgpa2.17 Regular Member

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    I ordered my 2nd laptop and thought of want to grab 1 more slot in SERP. I once made about 5k usd in a month (in certain period only) but I think I haven't make enough of that huge trending niche yet.

    So I want to make my 2nd site up and try to rank for the SAME keywords to dominate more. I will use my friend's adsense account. I plan to separate completely, like email for hosting etc (maybe new BHW acc too) to manage my project easily.

    The challenge would be contents, the niche is small but I must be creative to think of possible content / story to 'make up' the site.

    wish me luck! any advice to me?
     
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  2. SEO Power

    SEO Power Elite Member

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    Good idea. I've seen this done multiple times in the SERPs where I compete. I recommend you put the second site on a separate hosting account and don't use the same webmaster tools and analytics account to manage both sites.
     
  3. parnchi

    parnchi Regular Member

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    agree .. hosting account and Everything Should be separate
     
  4. jak19

    jak19 Elite Member

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    dont go for second bhw account, you will be banned
     
  5. ggguuuttt

    ggguuuttt Junior Member

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    Put the website on a separate hosting account so it has a different IP. Dont want google to be suspicious having same site on same server.
     
  6. SpookSEO

    SpookSEO Senior Member

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    You have some good sets of strategies in there. Treating them separately will really help make things simpler for you. Also, what you are planning to do, the separate account management, is going to help you avoid complications in the future. Just remember that the hosting account must be separate and you'll be good.