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What's the next step I should take?

Discussion in 'Black Hat SEO' started by BlueOrchard, Nov 6, 2015.

  1. BlueOrchard

    BlueOrchard Regular Member

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    Hey guys, I have a question for you all. I'm fairly new to this SEO game (spent too much time bullshitting with YouTube and Porn IM :p) and I'm looking for pointers on what I should do now. Here's the stats of a site that I made about 2 weeks ago:

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    It seems like it's ranking alright (I'm not sure really), but how would I go about getting these keywords on the front page of Google from a linkbuilding perspective? I have somewhat of an understanding of PBNs and how to do them (though I could be wrong), but how would I go about making them for 50+ keywords in one site? Will 10-15 domains suffice? For instance, can I target all 50 keywords with just 15 domains and link to the relevant inner pages of the money site, or will this be a massive footprint? I'll link out to relevant sites as well as authority sites in my niche for each post of course, but will this work? The above results are basically achieved without any backlinks, but I would like to start backlinking and I want to do it right the first time.

    Sorry if this topic has been covered before. I couldn't find anything regarding a site that targets several keywords.
     
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  2. berkay1907

    berkay1907 Senior Member

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    If these results are without any backlinks then it means you choosed a good niche. If i were you i would build 50 web 2.0's like wordpress.com,webly,webs,tumblr etc and build links to these web 2.0's from contextual links,high da/pa comments,some bookmarks and pbn's if you have the budget. I would target 1 or 2 keywords tops from each web 2.0. You can have 2-3 articles/web 2.0 .

    If you have the budget you can setup your own pbn. But getting 5 anchor links from the same domain may leave a footprint also decrease the link juice so you may shorten your money site links with bit.ly,tiny.url and ow.ly if you will link more than once from the same domain.

    Hope it helps good luck.
     
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  3. BlueOrchard

    BlueOrchard Regular Member

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    Thanks! That's exactly what I was looking for. I'll be sure to try this out!
     
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    birchedforlife Newbie

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    I'd be even more conservative and only have one external link to your money site on a PBN web 2.0.
     
  5. clevelandslim

    clevelandslim Jr. VIP Jr. VIP

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    Good information. I will be try it.
     
  6. Euphorix

    Euphorix Supreme Member

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    Sounds like SEO is expensive. How much does it usually cost to create a high quality PBN
     
  7. BlueOrchard

    BlueOrchard Regular Member

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    Don't quote me on this because I'm new to PBNs, but I believe the MINIMUM would be the cost of deleted domain names, so the bare minimum would be like $120 if you're buying 12 deleted .com domains. I think it racks up fast once you take hosting and articles into consideration. I think you're looking to spend about $200-$300 on a new PBN, but I heard that the results were good, so I wanted to test them out.

    However, after calculating the costs of making a nice PBN for this site with minimal footprints, I might just stick to making web 2.0s lol. It's a risk I'm not willing to make right now because I'm sure I'm going to have to spend at least $1000-$2000 minimum on a PBN for this site. I'll just make PBNs for sites that don't target such a large amount of keywords.
     
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  8. Euphorix

    Euphorix Supreme Member

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    Informative.. I appreciate that. Would you briefly explain the difference between a web 2.0 and pbn to me? Thought a web 2.0 was a type of pbn
     
  9. BlueOrchard

    BlueOrchard Regular Member

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    From what I've seen, web 2.0s can also be PBNs as well, but I believe that the idea of PBNs are to buy aged/expired domains that already have authority behind them so that you don't have to break your back building links and authority to the PBNs. I could be wrong since I'm still new to the subject, but this is what I've gathered.

    What I plan on doing though now that I know buying domains might be too expensive for my taste is following Franklin Hattchet's guide on here (if you want to read it, it's located here) while using berkay1907's advice above as a guideline for how I should carry my link building out. Basically, I plan on buying expired/deleted Web 2.0 blogs that have some authority and using those instead of completely new blogs. It seems like a much cheaper alternative and I think my niche's competition is easy enough that it should suffice. 50 expired Tumblr blogs should cost me about $24 total, so it's worth a shot.

    I can't say if it works or not yet, but I'm definitely going to test it out.
     
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  10. Euphorix

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    Start a journey and link it to me. I'll subscribe
     
  11. SEOentrepreneur

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    Or he choosed super easy keyword that would have no income,or low income. Personally,I would never go for something under 10k USA searches per month or something like 20k montly searches.
     
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    Niche must be pretty low competition. You are nearly there already. Rather than investing $$$ in a pbn I would definitely agree with berkay's strategy.
     
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  13. fahadshaikh

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    i will be try it good information mate