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Some things I learned from Split Testing to Improve My BH Techniques

Discussion in 'Black Hat SEO' started by Visit, May 8, 2014.

  1. Visit

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    I don't usually start threads, but here it goes.

    I've been doing a lot of split testings with my 100+ websites, and I've noticed a few things that has made the BH techniques that I use more useful to google's algo, here are the following lessons I learned that got a positive movement.
    1) 1-2 Keywords for a homepage site, privacy policy + contact me, yields the best results for SERP, instead of 3 or more.
    2) Matt CuttsTheDiet said once in a youtube video that the affiliate links ought to be helpful or useful to the user, so I noticed that if I'm writing a niche on hair styles, and then I promote some shit about The Lorax or weight loss, my site doesn't rank as well as the other sites that promote affiliate links that answers directly to the keyword and blog I'm niched in (in this case it would be promoting the latest hair style product to that niche).
    3) How I get insanely High PA and DA for free is simply going on alexa and I look for the category my niche is in, then almost all of them will allow me to backlink from their site somehow (profile, postings, blogging, etc) http://www.alexa.com/topsites/category and I build some links, in order to sound like an authority, I get myself in the spotlight of well-known niche specific sites according to my category and try and photobomb the authority. So using the hair style example, I found the sub-category for "hair" (health, beauty, hair) and there's around 45 strong authority sites there that have 45+/65+ domains for you to build a pretty solid foundation. Sometimes you only need a few to establish your site

    So those are some things I've learned, from split testing many of my sites over the past couple of months, and they provide a stronger punch it seems for using other black hat techniques to rank my site better.

    Hope this helps out the seo grind.
     
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    Nice share mate..

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    Good share.

    Do you mean you only target 1 or 2 keywords per page?
     
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    Just 2 keywords max for that domain.

    I tried building this massive site with 20+ pages and a few keywords a page and it watered down my rankings because I didn't sound like I was the expert in the overall website topic, example, when I seo one page one would go up and the other pages with equal or more amount of seo would become unstable and shift down in rankings. Let me give another example. So let's say norton antivirus started to blog about make up and other things non-niche specific and general, then their pages aren't as authoritative and they become more general info and google would be like I can do without and look for a site dedicated and committed to 1 keyword a user is searching which provides better specific details (facts and statistics work wonders for serp movement)

    The problem with running a ton of keywords I personally find is that your niche just becomes way too subjective and overlaps into other categories, it's like a medical doctor who experts himself to become an authority in dancing. The more keywords you have you run the risk of diluting your ability to answer point blank to what users are searching for (for some reason it's like that for us niche website starters) That's why I have a ton of websites. It's more easier to rank specializing yourself in one niche with over 3000 exact searches a month.
     
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