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so, Authority Site Building, few questions please

Discussion in 'Making Money' started by FlyFlay, Jul 19, 2017.

  1. FlyFlay

    FlyFlay Newbie

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    Hello

    So I have been planning for a while to start a business of authority sites, and after researching this topic and reading 1000's of articles, I still find myself with few questions unanswered.
    I would like you to answer:
    1) Can I use spun content from similar niche sites when I fill up my authority site and I modify it by adding my own content so it'll be more converting

    2) Is it recommended to monetize it after a while, when it starts to gain audience, and can I monetize it with affiliate & Adsense both together?

    3) I want to register a domain and heard of EMD, is it better or PMD is better, and can I build a site on existing domain with high metrics (would that boost my rankings fast)

    4) Is it possible to be a "news" site in the field that I want my site to be categorized in? updating news from around the world about it.

    thx hope u can answer the questions
    have a good day
     
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  2. what_hat?

    what_hat? Jr. VIP Jr. VIP

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    1) Content creation, content quality, reworking content, outsourcing your content: https://www.blackhatworld.com/seo/guide-to-building-your-first-site-part-4-content-creation.872628/

    2) I don't see a problem in monetizing from the very beginning (beyond having no traffic...) but some people prefer to wait.

    3) EMDs lost most of their bonus points (if not all of them) some time ago http://searchengineland.com/library/google/emd-update I would go with something brandable, it it's an expired domain be careful and make sure it has a clean backlink profile and a clean history. If you pick a good expired domain, it may indeed give you a head start (SEO wise)

    4) No good advice on this one. Sorry.