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Whitehat SEO in a Blackhat niche? Super confused

Discussion in 'White Hat SEO' started by Warren Buffett, Oct 3, 2015.

  1. Warren Buffett

    Warren Buffett Registered Member

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    Hey everyone,

    I recently created a website with a blackhat niche. I know a lot in SEO and I've been able to improve my ranking from 46 to 18 in just 20 days but I'm really confused now.

    Here's what I have already done for my site:
    -Created 10 high PA Tumblrs that I scraped with 500 words
    -Created a "super web2.0" weebly with 1.1k words and 3 pages with images, etc...
    -Bought 10 PBN links from sites with high trust flow
    -Bought a link from a VERY trusted educational site.
    -Added a few links with gsa ser for link diversity but they weren't pure low quality spam like people would think.
    -Build some manual comments on site with high PA/DA
    -Bought a social signal pack
    :'(

    However, I know I should give it time but I have a whole week end and I don't know what to do. This is a blackhat niche promoting something fake such as a hack, generator or the like, so I can't create partnerships with people or do guestposts. In addition to that, 1 month has passed since I added the tumblrs and they're still not indexed even though I used many different tools even paid ones to index them and methods such as publishing on google+. Same thing for my weebly.
    Any ideas on what's happening and what would you advice? Thanks a lot :)
     
  2. boskpro

    boskpro Registered Member

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    Personally i don't think you wouldn't get any penalties if you stop right away!
     
  3. davids355

    davids355 Jr. VIP Jr. VIP

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    What you are doing sounds ok, just keep building links - would avoid building GSA direct to your site those guys, I would through some links at your web2.0s
     
  4. Sarseo

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    i think all your link are natural except GSA link , GSA is for Tier 2 or 3 ! but you are int the right way , try to find expired tumbler good domains , i think it will help you , as web2.0 links are powerfull too !
     
  5. charliebrooker

    charliebrooker Jr. VIP Jr. VIP

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    Keep adding content, keep building links, but don't go crazy throwing stuff like GSA at it.
     
  6. joun00

    joun00 Newbie

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    How you get tumblrs with PA ?
    and all tumbler created with one ip ?
     
  7. tomarm

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    Hi, I'm doing most of those methods for one of my projects, if you don't mind me asking what is a super weebly page?

    Only thing I could suggest is increase your content and internal linking to that main page
     
  8. LoftPower

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    I agree that you need to keep adding the content that is unique. Build up the site first, and then go from there.
     
  9. jamesjk1

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    Looks like you're doing all the right things. Continue to do what you're doing, don't worry about reaching out and building partnerships if it's a blackhat niche, you will be able to rank just fine with your current methods - you just need to increase it and give it a bit more time. Regarding the Tumblr's - I would suggest using unique un-spun content (ideally) and to also build them out a bit more - say 2 or 3 articles. Then, blast them with some cheap blog posts (something like this) to help with indexing. Keep persevering, you're doing well :)