Monday, 6 January 2014

seo strategy for 2014 (part 2)

Strategy number 2:

This strategy involves buying domains, then building high pr back links using gsa search engine ranker and then renting those links to seo clients. The importance of this strategy is to make the links contextual and to make the relevant in common niches that seo’s like. We start general niches like weight loss then niche down into sub-niches. For this strategy, general blogs will not cut it as they will ‘polute’ our efforts and also reduce expected profits

We will initially use Go daddy to buy our first few domains, using their discount coupons and using the whois privacy to reduce the footprint and avoid any Google penalty. We will put them on cheap $1 hosting packages and try to use fake names. To further reduce the Google footprint we going to use different payment processors on each hosting packages.

We expect this strategy to take at least 3-4months.  This is because it takes google time to update pr, it usually happens at an unexpected time. The most important part of our link building, is that we develop a solid and strong link profile that our clients will be happy with. The solid link profile will ensure it will be easy to sell our blog network in the future.

 We want a ‘natural looking’,‘safe’ and ‘diverse’ link profile that will stay under google’s radar. We are going to implement ron’s linkbuilding format in gsa search engine ranker and limit to under 100 links a day in our tier1

This format uses a safe link strategy and eliminates the non contextual links in tier1, the weaker links are then used in the last tiers to support the stronger links. To diversify our anchor text, it would be better to use ‘contextual’ anchor text rather than the generic anchor texts. For example in the weight loss niche anchortext keywords would be {weight loss|fat loss|fast weight loss|calories} etc. Its beter to use the google keyword planner to help you get at least 1000 anchor text keywords. Using as many anchor texts as possible helps you to diversify anchor text ratio.

we are going to add content every 2-4 days during the first 2 months using pages rather than posts, using the silo structure. our content will be specific to a sub-niche, eg yoga for weight loss in the weight loss niche, or a finance niche.  We are going to add each post to gsa every week to get a more natural linking profile

we are going to use to sell our links. we expect to sell each link for $5-$10 if we have a pr4 domain

Thursday, 2 January 2014

seo strategy for 2014

this year will be an interesting year,i plan to fire on all cylinders. i plan to use my gsa captcha sniper to full use.
 strategy 1:
 Buy a new cheap domain on godaddy using discount coupons. Get cheap $1 hosting for at least 2 domains per hosting. Build safe backlinks using gsa search engine ranker,but use the high pr filter option on gsa. The real purpose of this strategy is to increase the domain pr to at least a pr3, while trying to rank for a very low competition keyword.

The one thing that most seo marketers overlook , its the importance of keyword research, i plan to use the strategy to find easy-to-get-traffic niches. i will most likely monetize using cpa or clickbank(using banners) depending on the niche and keyword. The ultimate end game of this strategy is to sell these domains on flippa.
                                                                example flippa 1 :

this site has a decent income of  $10 000/month but is attracting low ball bids, where it should be attracting at least 10 times its income offers. There are a number of reasons why this is happening, one of them is that it has a low page rank of 0. One cant help, but wonder how much more it would sell for, had it had a page rank of 5. Note: this listing still has 16 days to go, it will probably sell for a high amount. My point is that having a high pagerank would increase its ultimate sale price

pagerank alone wont help you sell for a high price on flippa, but (quality content + pagerank + consistant monthly income = high sale price) is the ultimate flippa formula. I plan to write the content myself for the first few months, wait till each site delivers an income, then outsource for $3 - $5 per article on the warriorforum.
i will periodically add content every few days to each site

i will use rons template for my gsa campaign using the strict pr filter for my tier 1,  contextual pr3+ for tier1, contextual pr2+ for my tier2, contextual pr1+ for my tier 3. i will run 200 - 300 threads, aiming for a 20 - 30 lpm. I will use since it seems to have good quality proxies.

My intial costs should be $20 - $30 for the 10 domains on godaddy. i wont use the whoisprivacy as it will put me out of budget.
$100 - $120 for the yearly hosting packages
$20 for 20 semi private proxies
$20 for a quality vps using discount coupons
total = $190


Tuesday, 31 December 2013

the marketing in internet marketing

first post:i suspect it will be full of errors but enjoy nonetheless We often focus most of our effort on getting traffic but we often overlook taking more time to work on getting better than expected conversion rates. Personal selling often trumps internet marketing conversion rates, so this reinforces the idea that more traffic = more sales in internet marketing. While this may be true, we seem to have forgotten that internet marketing is a selling process. A process where your supposed to build a relationship with a lead/prospect to the point where they buy from you over and over again. Few internet marketers regard it as a business and thus build something short term that often doesn't last. Building a business is about providing your customers with value, rather than just trying to get a quick buck from them. Even in list building you get a few marketers that actually provide value, most of them just blast offers or offer "low quality" freebies to keep their list happy. So while the more traffic = more sales maybe true in some cases, its not always true. It all depends on your conversion rates, since better conversion rates = more sales is always true. for example marketer A(100% conv rate) with 1000 leads is better than marketer B(1 % conversion rate) with 10 000 leads. marketer A has more sales but his conversion rate implies that he has a better relationship with his leads and has a better chance of getting referrals. So what really influences conversion rates?, according to brian tracy here : he says its Perception and the Sales Process,Testimonials,Credibility and Satisfied Needs. Once the prospect is convinced that the product will add value to their life and have a sufficient amount of trust then they buy. That is why i say relationship building is important, once the prospect feels like they like you they will be more likely to buy from you. This is where internet marketing goes astray as it is a bit impersonal. This leads me to the conclusion that selling via a webinar is better as you can better build a relationship with the prospect within the sales funnel