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[Stupid Question] Same SEO plan for every article?

Discussion in 'Black Hat SEO' started by JuggernautJukey, Mar 20, 2014.

  1. JuggernautJukey

    JuggernautJukey BANNED BANNED

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    See I know a lot about SEO, in terms of how to do it. I could easily create some high quality, manual backlinks now, but there is one thing which always bugged me, and it's something I should know first!

    Lets' say my SEO plan is:

    Tier 1: Web 2.0, Doc Sharing, PBN links, Social signals
    Tier 2: Social Bookmarks, Blog Comments, Spun web 2.0's
    Tier 3: Whatever I can throw at tier 2

    Do I do this for every article on my site?

    Let's say I have a site with 10 articles, do I do this ^^^ for every article? Repeating the whole process 10 times?

    Any help with how to structure my SEO would be very helpful

    Regards
     
  2. innosoft

    innosoft Jr. VIP Jr. VIP Premium Member

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    you need to do it for homepage and mix up with inner page. not necessary to do for every page. actually it depends on comp.
     
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    It depends, if you are targeting different keywords on each article then answer is YES if you want good results!
     
  4. JuggernautJukey

    JuggernautJukey BANNED BANNED

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    Yeah, 10 articles, each targeting a different keyword
     
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    Then definitely go with the same SEO for each article...
     
  6. scoobyrobert

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    One big clue is to look at the big boys... look at the percentages between there home page and there articles. I did this. In my opinion google will test a update and see if the big boys got hit. For example (since I live in the uk) bbc.co.uk is a big news site, and will never be hit, take 10 sites like this and see what you can learn (aswell as the amount of links that is natural between a homepage and article page).

    This is how I learnt what can be interpreted as natural linking.
     
  7. MacallanPlease

    MacallanPlease Newbie

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    Good advice from Scooby. It's true, when Google is testing new algos, they make sure that big sites don't get hit. One time Google released an update too early (was it Penguin? I don't remember) but it lowered Google's PR from 10 to 9. They reverted back when they realized they were letting other sites rank for what they wanted to rank for in their own search engine.

    Before you build a single link or even a site, look at the anchor text distribution and referring domains count for your competitors' pages. If the top 5 rankers have 96% links to homepage and 4 referring domains to the ranking page, that's what you need to do for your own site. If you had a domain with the exact same authority, age, backlink profile and on-page SEO, you will rank among your top competitors. Never forget that.
     
  8. stanleyreporb

    stanleyreporb Regular Member

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    The most important thing you have to remember is the # of unique domains your backlinks are on.

    If you keep building the same links over and over again from the same domain, you will get a diminishing return in the link juice passing to your website.
    In a worse case scenario, your website might even get penalized.

    Tip: Get links from as many unique domains as you can get your hands on.
     
  9. geo89gr

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    Do it mostly for the home page and a little bit for the rest of the pages. If you have links in your homepage that link to your inner pages, pr will pass through them (so they can also benefit from this). Also, it is more natural for google to see that your homepage has more links than your single inner pages.