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[SUPER GUIDE] Amazon Keyword Research & Site Building: Step by Step Blueprint ( 9 Parts )

Discussion in 'White Hat SEO' started by splishsplash, Feb 23, 2016.

  1. splishsplash

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    Thanks, buddy. That means a lot actually. That's my goal here, to give people something they can use to get started with amazon review sites. Something that isn't missing key bits. I'm giving away everything. The only thing I'm not going to give away is the comparison plugin table I use, but any table is fine. I just don't want people to be able to identify my sites, hehe.
     
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    Very useful & detailed guide. Posting to subscribe.
     
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    nice share mate..
     
  4. splishsplash

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    Short update:

    Wrote about half of chapter 6 yesterday, but it's a harder one because I have to actually setup a site and take screenshots for you guys.

    I'm super busy today, but I'd like to get it finished. I'm not going to do a rush job though, so it may not be ready until tomorrow.
     
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    Its okay. Take your time. We will wait. :)
     
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    It will be really helpful for people. No one's ever really properly showed people how to silo :)

    Even though I'm not doing "strict" siloing. The architecture IS siloing. The only difference is, I'm a lot looser with my contextual links, linking from beard sub-articles to shaver sub-articles etc, but the actual menu structures will be identical to that of a strict silo. So it's entirely up to the individual whether he does my style of loose siloing, or a strict siloing. If he wants to go strict he just won't link from his shaver articles to his beard trimmer articles and so on.

    Right now, people are limited to using siloing themes which limit them.

    After reading my guide they'll see exactly how they can customize pretty much ANY theme to turn it into a silo structure.
     
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    Great. Would you please tell what will be the competition level for i) relevancy 3 + strength 1-2 and ii) relevancy 4-5 + strength 1-2 .
     
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    3 relevancey, 1-2 strength is going to be a 6 to 7.

    4-5 relevancy with 1-2 strength will be 2-3.

    Once you're down to 4/5 relevancy, strength is almost irrelevant.

    1/2 relevancy = very relevant

    3 = slightly relevant

    4/5 = not really helpful search results

    So a 3 relevancy combined with 1/2 strength is still quite tough to knock off.
     
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    Looking forward to this next chapter.
     
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    I have put together the table based (I think!) on your rating on the first page of this thread.

    Let me know if anything is not correct and I will change.

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    I have validated this againgst a few of my own niches and sites and I have to say splishsplash, its pretty accurate!! Well done :)
     
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    Thank you VERY much. Looking forward to future parts of this series.
     
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    That's amazing, great work!!

    When I'm finished all the chapters and have them edited into the first post I'll ask a mod to insert that in the competition chapter.
     
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    I'm looking at my competitors publicBN links and I'm noticing many of them have fallen from the first page onto the 2nd,3rd, and 4th. How much link juice do you think is lost when the links are no longer on the first page of a PBN?
     
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    Hello Splishsplash.

    Although I am not making an amazon site, your information is absolutely invaluable.

    So I just need to clarify on something you mentioned about making articles. You said it's better to have an article with 5000 words about a topic than 5 articles 1000 words each overlapping each other.

    So for example, an article about the "best teddy bear".

    Would I use the long tails that receive a low enough number of searches (< 300) such as such as "are teddy bears safe", "what age to get my daughter a teddy bear" etc as h2 sub heading and go into more detail to beef up my article?

    Look forward to your next post.
     
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    Google doesn't seem to pull any juice if a post moves from homepage to posts.

    And that behavior makes perfect sense if you think about it.

    If a link moves from the homepage to a post, it's not a sign that it's not a "homepage worthy" post anymore. Google likely have something in the algorithm that just keeps the original link juice either indefinitely, for a long period of time, or keeps 80%+ of it if a post moves off the homepage.

    If a link is completely removed from a site, that has a completely different meaning. You don't delete good posts/links from your site, but you do move them off the homepage.

    I've not tested the effect of deleted links, but I'd imagine you'd even keep the link juice from deleted sites for a little while.

    Although this is just a figure I'm pulling out my hat, I would say having your link on the homepage for 1 month is solid. There's probably a time-factor to this. If a link is on the homepage for 24 hours for example, it might not keep anywhere near as much juice as the links who are on the homepage for a month. The tests I've seen for this had the links on the homepage for several weeks.
     
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    Great guide .. thanks for sharing :)

    I boost topical relevance with silos and for page relevance I rely on 2000 to 3000 word LSIed articles - and double check with ntopic.org. Each page needs to score at least 97% on ntopic.org. And each silo IMHO needs at least 30 to 50 pages to establish topical relevance. Anything fewer than 30 pages and silos do not seem to have the power needed. I use Google webmaster tools to check topical relevance of a site. I guess that's the best way.
     
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    Is there any chance to get the update today?
     
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    Haha. :)

    I'll be doing it tomorrow. I've been soo busy, and this post is about 4 hours work so I've not had a chance. It needs so many screenshots.
     
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    30 pages eh? That's very useful information. I haven't tested silos vs non-silos since I've not got any sites big enough to warrant full on siloing, but I'll definitely note that down for when I do.
     
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  20. lewwy789

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    Looking forward to the next chapter m8.

    I am looking at some keywords and all looks good with low or no links to competing pages plus they have little or no page authority, good volume and have commercial intent........but when I do a standard google search there is a million results and only about 4000 results for a inurl:keyword search.
    What would you make of the high standard google browse results, do they really matter?
    Thanks for your time.