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Steps to take after launching a brand new website?

Discussion in 'Black Hat SEO' started by Zaheen, Jun 10, 2014.

  1. Zaheen

    Zaheen Registered Member

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    Hey guys!

    I've recently launched a new website that has a main KW for 3500 searches monthly and a few other long tail kw's. The site is a product review and comparision and is monetized using amazon, running wordpress.

    Currently the site has 10 pages, and I plan to schedule post once every week for 3 months.

    I was wondering when I should start building links to it to make it look natural? Should I wait a few days or a week?

    How should I send social signals? Build a FB page? pin images using pinterest? what should I do to make it look natural?

    Thanks.
     
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    c4cancer79 Newbie

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    I don't know how much experience you have in IM but from your post if you are new ... I would say focus on WP optimization ... this means WP seo optimization... phpbuilt has made a great post on WP optimization ... search and find that post ... I can suggest you:


    1. Once a week post schedule is bit less ... try to post 2-3 a week in the begining and accelerate till three months at least.
    2. Make your post Longer than normal ... don't just go with 300-400 words ...
    3. Give it 10-15 days least ... and some quality content ... then start making links ... slowly ... don't go the fast track ... just take it slow ...
    4. Sure go for FB, PT, YT, G+ and TMBLR .... this is socail era ...


    about your last question "what should I do to make it look natural?" ... here is my take ... you shouldn't do something to MAKE it natural ... Just let it be ... Go with the Flow ....
     
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  4. Zaheen

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    Didnt lead anywhere helpful. Thanks for the gesture.
     
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    depends is it for long term or churn and burn?
     
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    Once a week is a little slow with new posts, i'd look to ramp that up aslong as the quality is good.

    As for everything else you're kinda on track. Slow and steady wins the race everytime (Unless it's a burner of course Lmao!)

    :cool:
     
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  7. Zaheen

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    Not a burner, going for the long term.

    And yeah I guess I can ramp it up abit more. Thanks for the tips.