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Some questions about seo

Discussion in 'White Hat SEO' started by just_name10, Dec 29, 2010.

  1. just_name10

    just_name10 Newbie

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    I have an eshop in non-english language in super uncompetitive niche. I need to get to top3 or higher in google. As I said it's super uncompetitive niche, so I did site seo optimization and registered my site in several catalogs and bought 3 PR4-5 links. Now the site is in top8-top5 in google. So I think to try writing comments in blogs, but would it be a white seo? I am talking about manually writing to blogs about 10-30 posts a week, what would be if I archieve my goals and stop writing to blogs? Write to nofollow or ******** blogs? Somewhere on the net, I read that writing to nofollow blogs is also effective but if you stop google will quickly penalize you, is it true? So maybe you could suggest better ways to improve positions with whitehat (or almost) and without investing money.
     
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    just_name10 Newbie

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    UP!

    The most important question for me is: writing to blogs in another language (not spaming) it is black hat or white hat?
     
  3. IamNRE

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    white hat. Just keep up what you have been doing, sounds like your doing a good job.
     
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    Stop worrying about being penalized and just create backlinks to your site. Blog commenting is not gray or black hat. It's very normal for sites to have links from blog comments. Don't worry about if they're nofollow or do follow.

    I would also recommend posting articles to article directories and backlinking those. You can do the same on web 2.0 sites. Create some free blogs with articles and link back to your site. Build more links to those.
     
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    No such thing as safe SEO. Any attempt to influence the rankings with anything other than good content and traditional marketing is considered bad by google. White Hat = low risk... OR white hat = nothing google can do about it yet. Doesn't mean google won't figure it out later and punish it. They have a history of doing exactly that.

    I'm not saying don't do it. Personal I would. All I'm saying is don't think of it as safe or permissible by Google when it's not. I am an SEO extremist, but I used my know-how to help guide suitable risk/reward decisions. To me all SEO is black hat, because that is what I believe google thinks of SEO. So to err on the correct side of caution it is "Low Risk Black Hat" or at best "Gray". The only white hat method option is making good content and desirable services and using traditional marketing methods that don't come close to prodding at the google webmaster guidelines.

    I know you already understand all this at some level because... look where you came for advice... ;)

    Ted
     
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    just_name10 Newbie

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    Thanks guys for really helpful posts. But I still have one question, my site is in lithuanian language, what if I will comment english language blogs?
     
  7. Biscut

    Biscut Regular Member

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    I would think that it's a link so it will have some value. Google can translate so if its relevant then I would assume that would work fine (but don't hold me to it). Look for some article directories in Lithuania and post some articles with a link back to your site. Use web 2.0 sites like Squidoo, hubpages, Wordpress. These will also give you a link back to boost your search engine rankings.
     
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    Thanks for the answer.
    While creating web 2.0 sites like hubpages, etc.. Do we need to consider specific niches to research???
     
  9. Jay SWAT

    Jay SWAT Newbie

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    Stay consistent with your back linking and it will come up.