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What the HELL am I supposed to do!!!!!!

Discussion in 'Black Hat SEO' started by luca6899, Aug 31, 2010.

  1. luca6899

    luca6899 Registered Member

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    Hi,

    I have bought: SeNuke, Scrapebox, Article Spinner, Market Samurai

    Now my strategie would be:

    1. Look for keywords that:
    1. Convert good.
    2. Have traffic.
    3. Without too much competition.



    1. Create a good spinnable article (Spin the HTML too, and paragraphs etc...) with the keywords inserted in the title and the anchor text.
    2. Create 3-5 web 2.0 pages with the spun text (ofcourse I have the random link generator of SeNuke)
    3. Create some back links to the web 2.0 pages and my money page with ScrapeBox (High PR, and Do-follow links, althought some no-follow links won't hurt)
    4. Then the day after I will bookmark some of these web 2.0 pages + my money page.
    5. Analyze what the process is, and how far I am.
    6. Continue from step 1...

    Is this the right way of doing things, or not.... :confused:

    Because I have failed a few times and about to give up on this marketing thing... I am frustrated, annoyed, and got low self-esteem because of all the previous f*ck ups (excuse my french :D)

    Now I wanted to try things all over again, and do it RIGHT! so I would really appreciate help from you guys in BHW since you know what your talking about.
     
  2. nossie

    nossie Regular Member

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    The most important parts where people screwup is selecting good keywords and the right market. You can make 10.000 web2.0 pages, but if you market 100% sucks you won't make any $$

    But I think you have it all lined up right.
     
  3. Rockin

    Rockin Junior Member

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    I would stop buying stuff and concentrate on an easier, less profitable starter method.