Discussion in 'Black Hat SEO' started by Lengman, Apr 25, 2014.
Ok, I'll just give my 2 cents.
On site SEO is important, but it is not what sells. Your sales copy is what sells. If you don't have engaging, problem solving sales copy then you will struggle to convert your traffic. It's not just about making the content readable. Product information, and company information might not be enough. They need to be believable trustworthy reviews.
Webmaster tools is a big no-no. You have said that you are using spun content, and fake likes. You don't want WT on your site if you are doing things like that. You don't need WT to get indexed. Just put the site up and G will find it in a few days anyway. The only use I can really see in WT is to notify you of any penalty on your site. Everything else, such as traffic and rankings, you can get from other sources.
The beauty of stealing content from leading stores is that they paid thousands of dollars to make the content engaging and enticing to the customer. I just get it and spin it, add my own opening paragraph and nice call to action at top and bottom and bingo. It's amazing because I can actually just steal niche sites within minutes and outrank and add better looking theme and powerful DA. An example of my word usage on top of the spun content:
"refined appearance that easily transitions in the boardroom to the golf club; perfect for everyday wear"
I just want the searches tab in webmaster tools i'll use a anonymous domain
The authoritive theme I'm using is "Gonzo - Clean, Responsive WP Magazine" with custom tweaks and widget tweaks to make it convert and look badass.
You will find out that wordai will not produce readable content. And if you spin some sales oriented text, it will lose it's whole meaning and persuasion.
I don't agree with the first part of this. Word AI can make very readable content with the right settings.
However the second part is spot on.
I have a client in the inventory management business who - through a little SEO but mostly traffic building - has increased their monthly visitor levels from under 10 to around 500
Not a single one converts, and as the client is a UK based "franchise" for a Dutch company, they are not allowed to touch the corporate website. It's a complete No-no and the website does not convert. No sales copy, no call to action, no clear navigation to contact... nothing. It looks great - but is basically just an online brochure, it's independent lead generating power is zero.
So far almost 4000 visitors (all genuine, all for product/service related phrases in SEO or via links or in niche business sites for traffic building) and not one has even found the free brochure download the client has.
If the next visitor converted they'd have a C rate of 0.02%.... but it won't.
You need proper sales copy and an easy to find and use sales funnel or you can kiss conversions goodbye.
This is just an example. Bad navigation, bad sales copy and a bad sales funnel can reduce a 3-5% conversion rate to a big flat zero. Sort of scenario where you get a lucky sale or two a year from a site from a dropped cookie, and that's about it.
did it work? give me details please
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