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Ranking 300 sites

Discussion in 'White Hat SEO' started by rileyb, Jan 26, 2012.

  1. rileyb

    rileyb Junior Member

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    These sites used to be thin sites so I will have to change the website type and add content. Most of them are over 1 year old domains.

    Im trying out Senuke but doubt I can use it on that many sites.

    If you were me how would you go about ranking that many sites?

    The competition is that most of the page 1 results are average of pagerank 3 or below.

    Ive always used thin sites for long tail keywords and wrote articles. Ive been doing that for over 5 years.
     
  2. raven123

    raven123 Regular Member

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    Hmm, you are talking about an automated method, I presume. Because if you start now, with around 25 sites/day, doing it manually (adding content, seo) you should be done in a couple of weeks. And 300 sites are sure to provide some massive reveniew, so it will be well worth it for two weeks work. It all depends on how much or how little work you put into it.
     
  3. Dn100

    Dn100 Regular Member

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    I think the easiest and best way is to break them down into blocks. Say for example, blocks of 10 or 20 sites, and concentrate on each block before moving onto the next.

    Your method for ranking 300 should be no different for ranking 1... Quality links from various platforms/types, diversify, once complete move onto the next site. Don't get caught up checking rankings everyday, do link building for each site, move on, check back in a week or 10 days time to see movement and improve on it.