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Please provide some input on my whitehat SEO strategy

Discussion in 'White Hat SEO' started by killakem, Jul 30, 2012.

  1. killakem

    killakem Regular Member

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    Hi,
    I have not been too active on here lately as im swamped with work (My day Job).
    I have an authority site that's basically a review site that allows users to rate the reviewed products. I cannot build any spammy links or backlinks in spun unreadable content. Due to me wanting to build this site up over time and also turn it into a mainstream website. So i dont want any problems with penalties or other webmasters hating on me and snitching too google. So to protect my self i will be using a strict SEO strategy.
    What I have so far!!
    Build a few hosted blog networks on blogger, blog.com, wordpress.com etc. using unique purchased articles so there fully unique and readable. most of the backlinks from these networks will be too the homepage of my authority site with some links pointing to inner page's.
    Then blast the shit out of these blog networks with the usual blog comments, profile links, wiki links, social bookmarks, article directory's etc..
    I will also have some high quality social bookmarks created pointing directly to my authority site
    I will also have a provider provide me with social signals e.g. google+, twitter retweets, FB likes etc. These will be directly to the money site
    The niche its in draws big attention in the media so i will also have some high quality press releases created and syndicated. These will be directly to the money site

    Does anyone have any other ideas of link building techniques I can use that will SEEM whitehat?
    Also can I really provide enough link juice through the web 2.0 networks pointing at my main page to rank inner pages of easy-medium competition?
    I will appreciate any input received!!
    sorry for the weird formatting my browser wont let me start a new line on BHW for some reason lol
     
  2. Endire

    Endire Elite Member Premium Member

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    killakem, So I thought everything was really great that you shared, minus, "Then blast the shit out of these blog networks with the usual blog comments, profile links, wiki links, social bookmarks, article directory's etc..". You seriously want to consider a better profile that does not include this, but if you think it won't be detected, then go for it. Just my opinion. :)


    Here are some additional strategies you can implement that are white-hat.

    1. Contact the companies that you are reviewing and either ask to do a guest post or a link share that will benefit you and them
    2. If you are doing a review site, try and find any consumer reporting companies that might regulate the products you are reviewing. Many time, these overseeing organizations or companies want to help their consumers and protect the public, therefore having a recommended location for people to go to is important for them.
    3. Work with your local Better Business Bureau or consumer advocacy group to see if they will be willing to accept a guest post about your service.
    4. Concentrate on continuing to build awesome content, that is very consumer focused, visually appealing, etc.
    5. Web 2.0s and high quality networks can still provide useful benefit.

    Overall, it sounds like you have a great plan in place and over time it should do well!

    Hope my recommendations help!

    Shawn
     
  3. killakem

    killakem Regular Member

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    TheContentAuthority Many thanks for your input. Yes I would agree with you im not 100% sure about blasting the web 2.0 networks. BUT with out blasting them I cant see how I'm going to create enough link juice to pass to my home page and 100+ inner pages, I need a shit load of link juice to be flowing through these 2.0 network as there going to be the main source of link juice and central to this SEO strategy. Could you elaborate on point 2, this sounds really interesting but I don't understand what you mean fully.
     
  4. toughtrasher

    toughtrasher Senior Member

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    Please don't mind me, I'd like to subscribe to this thread as the strategy OP is partaking is pretty much the one I'm doing with my MNS (or at least PLANNING to do lol)

    I'd like more input on whether or not he should blast Web 2.0 properties with blog comments and wiki links? I'm deciding on doing this with my Scrapebox (never to money site!) and WikiNuke.
    would love the replies!
     
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  5. killakem

    killakem Regular Member

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    No problem!! I know technically there's no reason to NOT blast the web 2.0 as its working for friends of mine!! I just wonder if it's sustainable for years to come it only take's a new update that looks for pyramids or totally devalues spammed web 2.0's

    Another question for the community!! Has anyone found certain web 2.0's to pass more juice or gain PR quickly??
     
  6. killakem

    killakem Regular Member

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    Anymore thought on this guys??
     
  7. toughtrasher

    toughtrasher Senior Member

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    So you blast your web 2.0s and article submissions? How many confirmed links should I do when blasting this with blog comments?
     
  8. killakem

    killakem Regular Member

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    Article submissions do not point directly at the money site!! They point at the web 2.0's if anything!!! I'm looking for input on my strategy not too hold people's hands!! There's plenty of thread on here explaining different strategys this is for authority sites that you value highly!!
     
  9. Retsam5

    Retsam5 Junior Member

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    Thanks to your posts, I finally understand how I should create backlinks for my sites. I just built a niche site and blasted it directly, damn. Trial and error...