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Spin and Submit: Is this good for a brand new domain/site?

Discussion in 'White Hat SEO' started by lhd333, Aug 18, 2011.

  1. lhd333

    lhd333 Newbie

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    There is a guy on fiverr who says:

    I will spin your article to (50-60% unique) and then submit spun articles to over 1200 article directories. This strategy helped many of my sites rank top 10 instantly after 1-2 weeks! Best part up to 350 auto approved articles first day! Will give you full list of article urls.

    Now my question is:

    Should the article link directly back to my money site or should there be any other buffer? (Fiverr guy says direct link to money site is fine.)

    Let me know if this is correct:

    1. Article directories - link directly to money site
    2. Forum profile blasts - link to article directory articles
    3. Bookmarking - directly to money site.

    So something like dripable would be good for #2 correct?

    Is this basically a classic linkwheel structure?

    Thanks guys!
     
  2. Reefer

    Reefer Junior Member

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    more of a link pyramid

    yes - your setup looks about right. I would bookmark the article directories too.. can't hurt especially if its as simple as copying/pasting a list of urls.

    imo, this is great for $5 but wont help much for competitive terms (article directories and forum profile links have been devalued).

    try swapping article directories for web2.0 sites and forum profile links for web2.0 profile links/auto approve comments.
     
  3. lhd333

    lhd333 Newbie

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    What is considered a web 2.0 site? Like Squidoo? Isn't Squidoo just an article directory?

    Do you know of a service on BHW that would handle your alternative suggestions?

    Thanks for the reply!
     
  4. lhd333

    lhd333 Newbie

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    Also, just so I'm clear: Direct linking from an article directory will not harm a brand new domain correct?
     
  5. lhd333

    lhd333 Newbie

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    Any other tips for a site that is only a few days old?

    I'm looking for a blueprint on what services to buy to build links properly after doing some good on-page SEO.

    Would this be a good order:
    1. On Page SEO for 3-5 pages
    2. Manually bookmark on Digg, Delcious, etc
    3. Buy fiverr gig: Link Wheel or Link Pyramid (what are minimum parameters I should look for?)
    4. Buy article directory submissions that POINT TO 2nd or 3rd tier of wheel or pyramid
    5. Buy forum profile blasts that POINT TO article directory listings
    6. rinse and repeat

    I kind of get lost in the link wheel, link pyramid, article directory, article site, web 2.0 site, web 2.0 properties buzz words...

    Thanks for the help guys!
     
  6. nandos

    nandos Junior Member

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    That a decent method. Personally I would do the tiers as:

    Tier 1: Web 2.0's <---Bookmark
    Tier 2: Article Directories (using something like AMR) < ---Bookmark
    Tier 3: Auto approve comments
     
  7. Kaithe.Clarke

    Kaithe.Clarke Regular Member

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    1. Spun articles do need human proofreading before getting published
    2. Submitting your content over 1200 directories will raise big issue of duplicate content and Google may index these article but won't display n search results
    3. Your idea is not an appealing one
     
  8. jutt29

    jutt29 Regular Member

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    Yes article blast and bookmaking is fine for the new but forum profile links should be build later with the established site..
     
  9. tommyt

    tommyt Newbie

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    Buy another domain in the same niche and try it out first. You can use the second site to test methods and once you're comfortable roll it out to the site you care about. The problem you will run into is that new sites jump all over the place in the beginning.
     
  10. William Rufino

    William Rufino Newbie

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    You have to remember that google now just iguinores many article directories.
     
  11. lhd333

    lhd333 Newbie

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    William, article sites are still good though right?
     
  12. beeHWfan

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    I would say find a member on here with plenty of experience that sells the services then the more expensive the more effective the product. it's got to be someone with plenty of positive feedback and longevity here. Peace