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SEO relevancy amplifiying method [GIVEAWAY]

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  1. tar729

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    Explanation :

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    There are two types of ranking factors that links pass on, trust and semantic power. Trust means that a website has vouched for you, it passes on from any type of link that is ********, it's the basis of algorithms. Semantic means meaning or information. As you've all known already, Semantic power, a word that you don't use on this forum, comes mainly from sources such as Wikipedia, social bookmarks and so on. You can't say it doesn't pass any link juice, because a site with more semantic power will rank higher than a site with less Semantic power assuming everything else is the same.

    *) There are three types of structures that we can categorise all websites in : giving, receiving and just a normal website.
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    giving structure gives out all of it's semantic power and trust from it's homepage onto it's internal pages. Because the homepage doesn't have any semantic power left, it receives a "compensation" from Search engines, extra
    trust. So that it can rank for all the keywords that it has in the menu that lead to internal pages, otherwise it would be at the bottom of every SERP with 0 semantic power and 0 trust.
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    receiving structure takes in all the semantic power and a bit of trust from it's internal pages, it's loaded with semantic power.

    *) Trust and semantic power in the eyes of search engines don't have a big difference, that's why the homepage of a giving structure website will rank approximately the same as the homepage of a receiving structure website. Semantic power can not be given away, it can't be shared, if you give it away it will get multiplied, but it can't be exploited.

    *) When the first update happens after both of the sites launch, the website with the giving structure website ( site 2 ) receives semantic power through a link from the website with the receiving( site 1 ) structure. Because the giving structure website( site 2 ) now has compensation trust + semantic power that it received from the receiving structure website site 1 multiplied together, it now ranks higher for it's keyword. Because the giving structure website( site 2 ) now ranks higher through the extra semantic power that it received from the receiving structure website : technically the receiving structure website( site 1 ) has now given/shared away it's semantic power and now receives bonus compensation trust from Google, that's where all the magic amplification happens. The next update the receiving structure website( site 1 ) will rank higher than the giving structure website( site 2 ), Google will once again give bonus trust onto the giving structure website( site 2 ) which will rank higher again than the receiving structure website( site 1 ). And this will go on and on in a continuous update cycle. This update cycle keeps adding bonus trust to both of the websites, to one website per update. This cycle is not lineair and will not continue infinetely, however it does give a huge boost, approximately amplification of 5-10 times. With time the variations will "stabilize".
     

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    Thank you for that. Very clear now. How to measure schematic power?
     
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    Awesome, thanks for sharing. If you need any further help with English/Russian translation, let me know.
     
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  4. tar729

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    how can I reply if the forum rules don't allow anything to advertise?
    ask questions on technology
     
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    Did i get this right , op?
    To get the extra boost i will need to have the following set up:

    PBN2=>PBN1=>Moneysite

    PBN2: Internal Links to homepage from subpages, no links from homepage to subpages. Does this mean subpages are not in site navigation, or dou you talk about contextual backlinks?
    PBN1: Internal Links to subpages from homepage, no links from subpages to homepage.
     
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  6. tar729

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    The whole secrer is in the differences of the structures, the structures of the websites have to be opposite of eachother. This enhances the relevance between the website with each Google update.
    And yes you got it right.
    Pay attention to the fact that the amplification happens inside the algorithm and not on the websites themselves.
     
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    Nice read, will read and re-read it till i fully understand your concept on ranking, semantic power and trust.
     
  8. tar729

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    Here is an example website of mine : http://burenieskvazhindeshevo.ru/ To build this, the first website which receives more semantic strength needs to have very few unrelated links on it's website to it's articles page. And all the articles should link to the homepage of the website in their titles or in a revelant place, the anchors should be the same as the articles titles. Here is an example of that : http://burenieskvazhindeshevo.ru/stati And the titles should be part of a keyword group. It all connects to the homepage of the website. Where exactly should the keywords be is calculated by a semantic graph, which is made by a special intepretor, like a program. Which is specially made to create a non-commercial receiving structure website. The anchors themselves do not exist on the homepage, as then the structure wouldn't be right. This way, the homepage gets a huge boost of semantic strength that it can pass on. Here's an example of the article : http://burenieskvazhindeshevo.ru/burenie_skvazhiny_na_vodu , you can see that link comes directly from the tekst and it links to the website's homepage. Pay attention to all the links and how the website is made.
     
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    Finally things are cleared now. Do you have some reference for learning more about "semantic power"
     
  10. tar729

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    There were inside documents lealed at Yandex that I saw myself. One FSB agent even tried to sell the whole algorithm. We got a lot of retards, leaks always happen. So I can't help you with the reference, however you can try searching Russian forums or just ask me. I'd happily answer all of your questions, since everything that happened to Yandex will mostly likely happen to Google as well. The updates and everything I mean.
     
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    Interesting read...what does 'stati' mean in English, and is there a reason why you used that word in the links page?

    Also, let's say a site has articles that post on the homepage. Would you still make a separate page to link back to each post, then link from each post to the homepage?

    If I understand correctly, the way I see your internal link structure is:

    Page that links to each post using post title as anchor==>Each post uses different anchor==>Homepage
     
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    So in summary, what structure do you propose?
     
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    I'm starting to get it. It makes sense, but wouldn't this "structure hack" be easy to be found by search engines and land you a penalty for it? I mean, if everyone followed the same linking structure it would be easy to spot the people who want to rank this way. Btw it would be nice if it was tested with like two same sites one using this method and the other one using another just to see the difference in ranking, or metrics.
     
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    I think having a certain structure types would make it easier for search engines to detect what you are up to? Could you elaborate?
     
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    Thanks for the share OP
     
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    This actually makes a bit sense to me, I understand it a little bit. I mean if your link power can be given away, then somehow pages should rank right? How can they rank with 0 linkpower. Thats impossible right? But they still do that and so the compensation thing might actually be true. And if you can do it a few times in a row, like trick Google, why not? Seems theoretically possible. I don't understand much though, but okay what is a semantic core, OP??
     
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    I wish i could understand this!
     
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    I really love articles like this...It really makes simple SEO into amazingly complicated and sophicated Search Engine Optimization.
     
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    homepage link to homepage and sub page - giving structure

    subpage link to other sub pages - receiving structure

    each sub pages link to homepage - giving structure

    did it right? can you give diagram or image for example?
     
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    1) ''Stati'' means ''Articles'', it doesn't have to be exactly Stati, it just needs to be something irrelevant to your keyword. Also the link to the Article page should be on an irrelevant side of your website, such as the very bottom and never in the menu or the title. Otherwise the structure of your website will change from receiving to giving. It has to be on the homepage of your website so that Google can actually crawl it and update it at the same time as your website. You should only do so for a receiving sturcture website.

    2) The term "giving" structure is called so because the Homepage sends all the trust to the subpages. The homepage is an important page, but it gives all the trust to the subpages. It's trying to tell it's visitors that the subpages are more important in altogether than the homepage. By a "receiving" structure website, the homepage is getting recommended by all the subpages and it gets semantic trust from that that it can copy to other websites. The more pages point to one page, the more semantic trust it gets. However the homepage doesn't point it's link to the subpages, which makes it not give out it's trust onto the subpages and give all of that out onto another website.

    The weight of links is made up of two things :

    1) Semantic power or semantic strength, there isn't one only term for it. It can't be given away and can be copied from one website to another.

    2) Trust , trust can be given away by websites. It can also be given away between domains. Depending on where the link is and how relevant is the anchor to the website itself determines how much trust the link passes on.


    You need all of the structures to make it work.

    This isn't a "structure hack", it's part of how the algorithm works. These "transistors" happen themselves naturally, however a perfect one can amplify power upto 8-9 times.

    No, it wouldn't. You don't need to exactly follow these structures, as long as you do the base you can link the websites to the structures and they'll look just like normal partner websites. One commercial and one non-commercial.

    Your welcome.

    Semantic core is the website with all the keyword groups. There are different keyword groups, some are commercial, some are not.

    Follow this thread and you will. There are some people that do not want this info to go out.

    Thank you.

    I will call you in Chinatown.

    1) Yes

    2) Not exactly.

    3) No, that's a receiving structure.

    Google likes content and every page on your website that you can create, as long as it's a quality page, is basically a link, if you use it it will give trust to your homepage and your hompage can give trust to it. If two pages link each-other with the same relevancy, it will not count and no trust changes will be noticeeable. However, if a page would give a link at the very bottom, irrelevant side of the page, it will transfer very few trust than say a page linking back at the title.


    And Russian guy, we're not allowed to speak Russian here, PM me if you want to talk everything on Russian.
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    Here's some more information :

    The transistor system works by amplifying the power of the two websites, by basically abusing the compensation trust that Google gives to websites that link to websites that are higher in SERPs than them. These have to be not spamwebsites. The two websites, since they are extremely related, will every update race eachother, until the compensation trust stops being enough to get any more rankings. That usually happens after five updates, after what the two websites have power of eight websites.

    If you attempt to build links to any of the sites, you risk telling Google that you don't need the compensation trust anymore. The five updates and power of eight links varies from Yandex to Google. Curently me and my team have no data to exactly see how powerful it is and how long would it take. However all search engines are alike and Yandex is much more advanced than Google. My guess is that it would be faster.

    You might not believe this, but giving links to websites that are higher SERPs does give compensation bonus trust from Google, which makes you rank higher. Basically it's a thank you for search engines for pointing out to the "right" links that are related to your websites keyword. There are a lot of Russian services that can do link profiling and give you information to which websites you should link and so.

    Here are some cases of trying the system :

    Image that shows that a website has only a few links, actually only 3 links. The first one is from an indexer, it just got there randomly.

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    The keyword is a competitive keyword and the geolocation is Moscow.

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    The rankings of the website, the website is a giving structure website, that links to other website, it doesn't have to be in top 10 to rank the website it will give a link to.

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    You can see from the amount of visitors that it also ranked on Google.

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    Russian people trying to buy links from the transistor for their websites or openly offering partner deals.

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    A transistor system winning Yandex at it's own game. The keyword is "Ads Direct" in English, Direct is sort of like AdWords in Google.

    I am from Russia, I have another timezone, I can't always answer, guys. I'll answers 2-3 times per day.
     
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