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SEO Strategy using LSI keywords

Discussion in 'Black Hat SEO' started by seoexpert2010, Apr 14, 2012.

  1. seoexpert2010

    seoexpert2010 Junior Member

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    Hey guys,


    I have a website that I am trying to push to page 1 Google.
    Currently I have 20k backlinks indexed.
    One strategy that I will implement next is submitting manually written unique articles (using proxies) to high PR blogs such as Blogger
    Squidoo and more. The articles will include one link to the moneysite and one link to another one of the submitted articles. They are based upon related keywords of my main keyword. Keyword density will be around 4%. (I believe this is a standard still working)
    From here I would like to post backlinks using SB to these articles. I would scrape high PR urls and comment to them manually, then do automatic blasts for the rest.
    How many backlinks should I post for each article and will it increase the rank of my moneysite using this strategy?
    I have worked with Senuke before but SB will be something new so if you care to share some thoughts?
    Its much appreciated
     
  2. brainstorm1

    brainstorm1 Jr. VIP Jr. VIP Premium Member

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    Not sure how many you should do, but I do believe it will boost your trust and authority to have LSI keywords targeted.
     
  3. veheme

    veheme Elite Member

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    A huge footprint IMHO. One getting found will likely put all of the sites down.

    If they are all unique domains, I suggest you tone down the risk by simply submitting them as one way links and create a tier 2 for them.
     
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  4. seoexpert2010

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    Thanks! I hadnt thought about that.
     
  5. drwhite

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    Yeah too much footprint this way.. I find that tier 2 are useless homever..
     
  6. veheme

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    It depends on what the Tier 2 links are. I have found that nofollow links give no link juice since they only are good for link diversification and link solidifiers which make them only good if you're trying to rank your Tier 1 for certain keywords. Tier 2 should be blog networks, high pr bookmarks etc. (spam comments + 0 PR forum prof links as tier 2 only helps in getting your links found by Google faster imo)
     
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    Question for anyone:
    when finding LSI I am simply inserting seed into G keyword tool and then looking at the top results as the LSI suggestions.

    Should I be selecting any other options like "exact" or "relevant only" check boxes?

    Appreciated!
     
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    pilot_seo Newbie

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    thanks you so much!!!
     
  9. Griller

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    Definitely do your research if you are going to use LSI keywords, you don't want to hit one that gets like 0 searches a month.

    Also like someone else above said, I wouldn't interlink them like you're talking about.