FreakenSEOsmh

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Hello there


So am about to put in alot of effort in a couple of websites that am planning on deploying two weeks from now and i started doubting shit again :( . I 've got two questions:

1 - Should i create my own website with static pages and silo it or forget about that and use wordpress like always?

2 - Am not targeting English language, if you do recommend me to silo - what about the URL encoding? should i create the html files and give them names in the foreign language normally or will i need to somehow encode them as URLs like this first

www.Website.bhw/%D8%AA%D8%AC%D8%B1%D8


Your input is very appreciated.

Mucho gracias hermanos!
 

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wait the file system doesn't accept Signs like % to be used on files/folder names anyways o_O
 

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Unless you are working on multi niche sites, you don't have to silo. Most people here have no idea what real silo even is and trust me, it requires a lot of sacrifice when it comes to user experience if you want to pull it off. If your sites target just one niche, then just interlink everything with everything and do not bother about silo.

About your second question - No idea.
 

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I'm a big fan of silos still to this day. They do take a lot of work though as others mentioned.
 

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I'm a big fan of silos still to this day. They do take a lot of work though as others mentioned.

a lot of work? in terms of creating the website or populating it?

Unless you are working on multi niche sites, you don't have to silo. Most people here have no idea what real silo even is and trust me, it requires a lot of sacrifice when it comes to user experience if you want to pull it off. If your sites target just one niche, then just interlink everything with everything and do not bother about silo.

About your second question - No idea.


I really like it when you reply to a thread of mine Nargil, i feel like SEO had took the shape of a man and is replying me lol :D



it is actually a multi-niche website and its going to be quite big Homepage --> 10 categories ---> 10 child categories per main category ---> 50 posts per child category. [ Large Main Niche with two layers of related high search volume low competition keywords ( something like Apple | Apple Juice | Cold Apple Juice | Then 50 variation of cold apple juices ] i want it to be my first serious SEOed website. was digging on my competitors and noticed one of them doing this silo structure using a self coded website, so obvious that its self built [ looks like a grad school project ] and its doing quite well, checked its backlinks profile with openlinkprofiler and Surprise! Not even a single link.. Nada..Zip but its content rich not like the other spammy websites ranking on the first page so i guessed i would provide even more hand written content on launch than he actually have on his website right now and stick it to him :D and then pretty much do this


For offpage, there’s nothing new on my link building strategy. I guess it’s the same old boring stuff that has been shared many times here before.

For link diversity, I built Tier 1 such as aged/expired web2.0, new web2.0, pdf/doc sharing, image sharing, press release, social signals and video submission. ALL Tier 1 links went to the moneysite’s homepage using anchor text like brand domain and naked url. I don’t even bother using targeted keywords here. I just let Google do its job. In my case, the innerpages will rank themselves once you had a solid backlinks on your root domain. You can boost a few links later to your innerpages in case you want to get them ranked higher. For Tier 2, I’m still using contextual links but with lower quality, I outsourced it via BHW services and Fiverr. Btw you don’t need to build links to aged/expired web2.0. Just leave it be.

gotta get my piece of the pie, its about time now.

PS: i forgot to mention that i have tested the waters by creating a website that contained all of my targeted keywords with thin spunned content, i started generating traffic in a matter of a week so i guess if i did it this way am going to dominate this niche. Thoughts?
 

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it is actually a multi-niche website and its going to be quite big Homepage --> 10 cats ---> 10 child cats per cat ---> 50 posts per child cat. [ Large Main Niche with two layers of related high search volume low competition keywords ( something like Apple | Apple Juice | Cold Apple Juice ] i want it to be my first serious SEOed website. was digging on my competitors and noticed one of them doing this silo structure using a self coded website, so obvious that its self built [ looks like a grad school project ] and its doing quite well, checked its backlinks profile with openlinkprofiler and Surprise! Not even a single link.. Nada..Zip but its content rich not like the other spammy websites ranking on the first page so i guessed i would provide even more hand written content on launch than he actually have on his website right now and stick it to him :D and then pretty much do this

That's not a multiniche site. That's site about cats. :) If it were about cats and cars, that would be a multiniche site.
 

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That's not a multiniche site. That's site about cats. :) If it were about cats and cars, that would be a multiniche site.

oh my bad, i say cat and cats when i referr to categories . Edited on the thread now!
 
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