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What kind of experiements can I do with old network sites that I'm going to let expire?

Discussion in 'Black Hat SEO' started by turdface, Jul 30, 2013.

  1. turdface

    turdface Supreme Member

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    I'm letting some of the sites in my network expire because I'm not really using them anymore. They don't have much PA or DA but they're a few years old and each is on separate IPs.

    I want to put them to some sort of use. I don't care about these sites, so spam, dupe content, etc. is all on the table.

    Give me ideas!
     
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  2. andishm

    andishm Regular Member Premium Member

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    I have seen many times that unique content with tiered link building still works so you can try to host them on some seo hosting and use some automated tool like SEO Content Machine which can do auto content create > Post like that further you can do some affiliate banners related to niche market of the blog added to them and can do some tiered link building with some highly automated seo softwares this can help you in making some extra bucks and domain keep updated too.

    Many says google checks grammer etc however i have seen unique content ranks no matter about grammer but yes may be if your grammer is too bad then it may create the problems.
     
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    monkid Power Member

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    charlie3 Senior Member

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    Blast it with hundreds of thousands of links and see if you can rank for competitive keywords and see how long you can rank. If you can rank for high-searched, valuable terms, even just a couple of days you can make back your investment. Then just rinse and repeat for new sites and make bank.

    That would be my experiment.
     
  5. turdface

    turdface Supreme Member

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    I feel like you didn't even read my post.

    The irony.
     
  6. media20

    media20 Newbie

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    You could do a case study for each site, and just try out different seo stratigies for same comp keywords.
     
  7. turdface

    turdface Supreme Member

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    Not a bad idea, but they're not really optimized for any particular keyword. That would still be an interesting spam test, though.

    I'd rather do some linking experiments that don't require spending money.
     
  8. turdface

    turdface Supreme Member

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    They don't get many visitors so I probably don't want to just put AdSense on them and see what happens.
     
  9. turdface

    turdface Supreme Member

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    Can I do anything negative SEO with them? Maybe make pages with 100s of links to the target site?
     
  10. manipura

    manipura Jr. VIP Jr. VIP Premium Member

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    You could do any of those, you never know what you'll learn or could profit from. If you're going to spam I'd go with a personal modification of the spam like 301's, etc. If you're going to go in the neg-seo route I'd say 1000's as opposed to 100's of links.
     
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  11. turdface

    turdface Supreme Member

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    1000's could work. I'm talking the same link to the same site over and over, like google.com google.com google.com google.com google.com google.com google.com google.com google.com etc, just to see what happens.