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What Should I do with my PBN? (Niches or Authority)

Discussion in 'Black Hat SEO' started by NovaflareFX, Nov 23, 2016.

  1. NovaflareFX

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    Hey Guys,

    So I finally have a decent amount of sites of good quality built up over the past six months.
    They're all indexed, content is rocking, automated social etc.

    I'm looking to get back into being an Amazon Affiliate. I'm wondering if I should:

    1) Start a few micro niche sites and slap in the affiliate links in, targetting one niche at a time.
    2) Go to auction, get a pretty solid single domain. And just make one super affiliate site with multiple niches.

    Anybody have experience on what works better?
     
  2. dandelion13

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    From my experience its always better to have a few sites. Personally me – I have the biggest problems with the sites I have put the most of work and effort. If you have just one you could easy stuck in a 2 page, or some competitors will play it bad, some shit could happen …

    But having a few you’ll definitely will have some income from one of them, and it will bring you money and a certainty. But its also very important that you have enough PBN and money or time or other means for a few sites, in other case it will just take too much time to promote a few.
     
  3. SpencerBoo

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    I prefer to go with big authority sites, more ranking power once they are established
     
  4. NovaflareFX

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    On the authority approach, do you have any problems with your affiliate links being on (theoretically) 90% of the website's pages?
     
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  5. bartosimpsonio

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    I'd go via this route but I wouldn't make it too generic. Marketing cost is proportional to how many niches you target. A too generic site will either rank for everything(you'll spend $$$ to promote it to that level) or it won't rank for anything (most the cases with Amazon affiliates).
     
  6. Nargil

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    I would go to auctions, pick a pretty strong domaind and target small (not necessarily) micro niches. You will rank without too much effort, money will be good, ROI will be awesome and you won't have to spend so much on SEO. At least this is what I am doing after years of figuring out the best approach.

    From my experience, multi-niche sites do not rank that well. Google is giving quite a lot of credit to the relevancy of the content.
     
  7. NovaflareFX

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    I've been looking at auctions for a while now, I saw a really crappy domain go for £1,430 today. What the hell is wrong with people, what would a decent average website go for on something like GoDaddy anyway?
     
  8. Nargil

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    That domain was sold due to its name, not because of its SEO value. Domain auctions were primarily created for domain name selling, not for SEO stuff.
     
  9. The Data Scientist

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    Go with 2) since it's a more solid longterm approach. You can scale this like micro niche sites.
     
  10. asap1

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    Multiple sites.