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Please Review My SEO Plan for One Site

Discussion in 'Black Hat SEO' started by uncguy4321, Oct 16, 2013.

  1. uncguy4321

    uncguy4321 Regular Member

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    Hi Guys,

    Been a member here technically for a couple years now, though in early 2012 i took a break from IM until now.

    A new client offered me a percentage of the commission he makes for all clients brought in through his approximately 18 month-old website. It's virtually dead right now with hardly any visitors. its a financial industry but not insurance.

    I really want to make this work for long term, residual income.

    My plan:

    1. Identify 5-10 long tail keywords related to my main keyword phrase that is moderately competitive. Msg me if for it if you think knowing it will help you help me.
    2. On-site SEO, basic stuff (seo plugin for wordpress, etc)
    3. Create 5-10 web 2.0 sites manually. Put 1-2 pieces of unique content on each. Link naturally to the money site.
    4. Put 10 or so 500 word articles on the money site in a drip over maybe 2-4 weeks.

    This is where I'm not sure what's different since 2011. Any ideas on my plan thus far, and what you'd do after this? I'm thinking:

    1. Are blog networks like BMR and others still viable?
    2. Is establishing a facebook and twitter account still relevant? twit-attack pro maybe?

    Thanks for any and all help!

    U
     
  2. Xoshua

    Xoshua Junior Member

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    How many searches does the keyword/ keywords get per month? If your friend gets 1 sale how much is it worth? Is it a competitive niche? Reason I ask is the answer to your question. If it's a competitive niche, you're going to need to do more than that. SEO is a bit more technical now. You can still spam rank but it's more of a churn and burn method of approach now.

    I would suggest 1 and 2 and 4 is good. For the Web 2.0s, make them like this.

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    You will need to make more web 2.0s, social signals, social bookmarks, videos, pdfs, article submissions, and have a well rounded anchor/ platform diversification.

    It is essential to make a facebook/ twitter/ google+ with your domain name/ website name. I would than build a bit of automation links using gsa/ senuke/ etc to your tier 1 articles, videos, important links. You don't need to tier build to the social bookmarks but if it's possible get some vote ups on them. After 2 tiers of your semi automation tool, scrapebox blast the tier 3/4s.
     
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  3. uncguy4321

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    Thanks a ton for this. Here is the followup to your question.

    My initial keyword choices are (searches per month USA, adwords competition, price per click in adwords):

    1. 2,900, High, $18.252. 1,600, High, $6
    3. 590, High, $17.48

    These are not long tails really...but three fairly distinct (some overlapping words) keyword phrases. And there are some others I can go for that are not marked as highly competitve on adwords.

    So the tier system is still valid? So would you make like, maybe, 10 tier 1 web 2.0s? And then a second tier of the same? Do all tiers need original, handwritten articles?

    His business is in the finance industry, so if one of my leads happens to be active, one lead could generate $100 or more per month in passive income for me. One lead could also bring in nothing for me.
     
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    Any other input? Thanks guys