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SEO strategy for high authority sites?

Discussion in 'Black Hat SEO' started by ForexAffiliate, Mar 20, 2013.

  1. ForexAffiliate

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    Hey!

    We were mainly into media buying but we are currently creating 5 high authority sites in the financial niche. Each authority site include around 300 - 400 unique written articles (no dc or spun articles etc) with about 600-800 words each + forum / community.

    We lost our main SEO partner we planned to start this project with since he is facing some medical problems at the moment so we do not really have a plan for these sites. Our SEO budget is around 250 - 1.000$ per site monthly. What would you suggest which SEO service to use? We are no SEO pros, have no an idea about on page SEO but no idea how to build backlinks and whats the best strategy to build backlinks. I have seen that there are a lot of great SEO services in the BHW services section. Would you suggest to take several monthly packages per site randomly or should we stick just to one package? I was thinking about using 1-2 web2.0 bl packages per site + 1 press release package per site (like bigbuddys newspaper service). And should we build backlinks just to the important sub sites or to every single article on our high authority site?

    And should we go live when all articles are done or should we already go online with few articles and upload the others one by one that it gets indexed slowly?

    We do not really want to mess SEO up from the beginning since our main investor already invested a low 5figures amount in content creation.

    Thanks for your help!
     
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  3. ForexAffiliate

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    We do not really want to work with freelancer since we do not really know what to tell them exactly where they should build backlinks etc. Sure there are some freelancers that do a great job but its hard to evaluate their work in the first place and once they have done "Bad SEO" its pretty hard for us to revoke their work.
     
  4. Mr.Nick..

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    First of all, NEVER EVER make your website depended on all-in-one service. Yes there are many great services here and I haven't tested all of them of course but I really, really, REALLY doubt that there is one that is capable to rank really high authority site..

    With budget of 1000$/site on 4 sites that are all in one niche, here is what I'd do:
    So there are 4,000$/m right? take about half of it and build really nice and well-optimized blog network, this is for long term blazing results.

    Then, spend 1,000$/m on content (this must bring around 2 articles per day on each website, and those articles should be really nice ones) and 500$ on SEO tools/vps/proxies etc. then develop killer plan, spread out on 2-3 months and after this time you should have blog network with 60 very nice blogs in it and start hard promotion of your 4 websites with contextual linking.

    And there is 500$ left which you can use to hire 2 virtual assistants and make them build manual blog comments in your niche, or run facebook/twitter page/account for each of the website and promote it with this 500$ or better would be to promote fb/tw with 250$ only and spend rest to hire 1 virtual assistant only for blog comments.

    I've done this thing for one organization (They needed promotion of 10 sites with similar budget for each of them) and it took around 5 months when they got their investment back, you should expect same time, let me know if you'll need any help :)
     
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    Hey Forex Affiliate I sent you another message but not sure it worked!

    skype is keith_dean

    Cheers
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  6. PauloPaul

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    Hi

    I would be willing to give some free advice on skype if you want? I can share my affiliate earnings as well which are over $20k a month from 1 site alone (have lots of other sites).
     
  7. ForexAffiliate

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    Yes building blogs as 2nd tier was an idea we had but we are currently not sure if we should build standalone blogs on own domains (surely on different IPs and c-class) or if web2.0 blogs like tumblr blogs, wordpress blogs etc. would be enough or even better? Or should we create a mix of blog types?

    Thanks
     
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    You didn't got the idea of blog network correctly as well as web2.0's :)

    Web2.0's will be created by those software (SEnuke and others), it would be hard to do all this work manually as there will be around 500 web2.0's (if we are talking about big authority sites that are targeting hard keywords) in total.. This is 1st tier and 2nd tier will be built with other software like GSA, at least that's how I did it.

    In blog network, I meant private blog network, here is how it works:
    You research a great domain name with high PR and stuff, build a blog on it, post few article and build some high quality backlinks for them and then let it rest for few months, you'll probably do better if you update those blogs like once per 10 days or something with content and around 30-50 nice backlinks per months just to not let google forget about those blogs.

    When it will be the right time, publish articles on each of those blogs with backlink of your website, then do this again and again around 5-6 times per blog and this is gonna help your rankings very seriously. It's one of the best SEO strategies nowadays, private blog networks can be used then to rank some other sites of yours in future.


    You can of course buy those blog posts from other guy who has private blog network in same niche but since you need to buy around 5-6 posts on around 60 blogs, you will be probably be charged for 13-15$ per post and with this money you can easily build your own blog network and use it in the future.. Backlinks from blog network goes straight to the moneysite(s) of course, this is internet's highest quality links that average IMer can get (I mean that backlink from Google, Wikipedia etc is the only backlink that carries more power then backlinks from private blog network).
     
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    Go for a mixture of web 2.0-type blogs and self hosted WP blogs for your tier 1. @Mr.Nick gave you a good foundation to follow.
     
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    Thanks for vouching :)

    Just one more thing, make sure you don't leave ANY footprints for Google, for example don't have all sites under wordpress, (there are many other free platforms), don't use same themes on blogs, don't post articles at the same time on any two blogs etc. there are many things to think about. Just not to get caught :)

    But real problem is researching a high PR domain name with good age and somehow manage to get it for a cheap price in a way to not lose age and PR.
     
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    Use Web 2.0 and Press Releases to diversify your anchor text.
    Use niche related high PR contextual backlinks as your main anchors.
    Using highly spun articles on Web 2.0 isn't any problem at all.
     
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    Take a look of RankWyz in the BST section.
     
  13. ForexAffiliate

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    Thanks for the update. How important is readable content on these 2nd and 3rd tier sites or is spun content ok? How many blogs should be hosted per C-Class and IP or should every blog be on its own independent webhosting package? And how should we build backlinks for these 2nd and 3rd tier blogs? What kind of backlinks would you recommend? And when it comes to tumblr blogs and other web2.0 blogs which are containing articles backlinking to the money sites - are cheap backlinks like xrumer links ok since the main sites are already high authority sites?

    Researching a high PR domain with good age and bls is kinda hard in our niche since the specific financial niche we are in is pretty young and there are almost no expired domains etc. Wouldnt the domain name matter at all even if it is something completely different like health or sports (backlinks may be also not niche targeted but health or sports targeted) or is it just about the high PR?

    Sorry for all these noob questions but I need to figure it out in order to give my partner and investors some accurate information!

    Thanks a lot! Really appreciate it!! :)
     
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    You shouldn't be considering private blog networks as a tier 2 or tier 3, those should be tier 1 because as I've already told you those will be most likely highest quality backlinks you'll create at this point. content on them must be high quality one, absolutely no to spun content because you need those blogs only to host very high quality contextual backlink. They all should be on different c-class IP addresses, because IP address is one of the things Google may use as a footprint. you should look at every of those blogs if they were your money sites :)

    Backlinks on those blogs should be built very carefully, it's good to have every type of backlink but not overdo on amount (10,000 xrumer backlinks would harm it while just 50 will be okay), be sure to keep track of PA and DA (Page Authority and Domain Authority) as well and try your best to maximize them. It would be good to throw press release or two for each of the blogs, you can even build small linkwheels for those blogs, etc. every kind of backlink is good (unless they come from porn sites lol) if used properly.

    Yes researching a domain is the toughest part, it will be of course great if domain was niche-related and even better if it had some keywords that you are targeting but if that's not available then any other domain should be OK to go with.
    One thing I can tell you about domains is that make sure you won't get fooled by fake pr, be sure to check domain with google in this way:
    info:domain.com if you see that there is completely different website then that means PR is being faked but if it shows same website then it's real, if there is no result then skip this one. http://www.cekpr.com/ is really nice website for checking this, play around with it and you'll get hang of it. Also if there is no result in G you can check in http://archive.org/web/web.php and check domains history, again if there is different website then that means PR is being faked.

    Check PM in few minutes please :)
     
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    I would drip feed your content onto your site instead throwing it all on there in 1 day, regular posting looks more natural...
     
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    I have checked for example expireddomains dot net and I have found some relevant domains with PR between 1 and 3 and which are some years old now. I have disabled "fake PRs" and "unsure PRs" (Can I be 100% sure that a PR is not fake if it shown as a legit PR there?) on expiredomains and it shows me that some have also some backlinks in google. But when I enter the domain in google I am not able to get any results? Also a PR check tells me that there is no information available or PR0.


    Does this mean I am just not able to see any information since the domain is available and not held by anyone and that the domain will get its last PR back as soon as it goes live again? Or does a domain lose its PR when the domain expires?

    I also checked the wayback machine and there are some PR2 and PR3 domains available but when I check the sites' history I just see that the domain was just parked etc. for years and no real project was hosted there. Do such domains bring any advantage?



    So does it make sense to buy PR2 and PR3 domains for a private blog network (based on information given on sites like expireddomains.net) or does such an expired domain just really make sense if there was a high authority site hosted on the domain and if there are a lot of backlinks on google. Or is PR 1 and PR 2 too low anyways?

    Thanks so much!
     
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    Check these domains in google with:
    info:sitename.com
    Does it show the same domain.
    Check it's old contents with waybackmachine.
    Check links with Majestic Seo
    Check Domain / Page authority with open site explorer.
    This is my domain buying blueprint in short :).
    D.
     
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    Perform these white Hat SEO techniques:

    1. Create and write unique and fresh articles.
    2. Social bookmarking
    3. Article submission
    4. Blogging
    5. Blog Commenting
    6. Press Release
    7. Yahoo Answers
    8. Directory Submission
    9. Guest Posting
    10. Video Creation
    11. RSS Submission
    12. Social Media