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SEO for my niche blog with small investment

Discussion in 'Black Hat SEO' started by parek, Apr 8, 2013.

  1. parek

    parek Newbie

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    Hello. I followed the great thread "$5 is enough.." by EdgeMatch to create a niche blog in another language than english. I have scheduled around 5-7 articles to be posted every day and I have around 500 of them so that should be enough for a while. I've added AdSense ads to the site, so now It's time to start getting some traffic.So I basically wonder what is the best to invest around $5-$10 in to improve my SEO. The reason why I want to invest is because I'm new to SEO and find it really time consuming to learn right now. Any suggestions?
     
  2. Stufferizer

    Stufferizer Regular Member

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    You may find the "Items for Sale" section quite useful :)

    Services start around $5 and already those are decent. Give it a try but start slowly.
     
  3. parek

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    I guess I wasn't clearly enough. I do know where to trade these services. Fiverr and sale sections on forums etc. What I'm asking for is what type of service that are the most effective for that kind of money. Should these money for example be invested in many backlinks or some high quality backlinks or something completely different?
     
  4. BottingWorks

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    If it's just a money site, a short lifetime isn't going to matter. Draw as much cash as possible and move on.
    Grab yourself some cheap wiki's for $2 and then some web2.0's for $5 and that should be enough.

    Ensure it's an EMD and a low competition but highly searched. A quick lookup on the competitors will give you an idea of what you're up against.
     
  5. Jacob Sterbenk

    Jacob Sterbenk Junior Member

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    For $5, I'd go with automated distribution to article directories. However, for better (long term) rankings, you will need to make a step further and add links from other sources as well.
     
  6. Danny1111

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    web 2.0 will be pretty useless - as for $5 - one crap article with alink is not going to do you any good at all after a couple weeks

    Bookmarks / Article / PR maybe better but think you would be struggling to find someone to do it for $5