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mattscott
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Process for site building and SEO

Hi Mark hope you are well.

Mark I like to follow a plan and the course does that beautifully.

Do you have anywhere like a daily/weekly process for linkbuilding?

For example 1 article each week 3 versions submitted pumping out 10 a day
1 blog and forum post per kw per day
1 x squidoo or hubpage per week per kw

etc etc

Would be interested in your thoughts

Have a good mate.

Matt
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wollowra
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Hi Matt,
Hope this helps.
This is all I have in my favourites.
http://www.affilorama.com/search-engine ... find-links
Regards
Troy
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jasondodd
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Theres probably no hard and fast rules here so I would recommend choosing a plan that fits with your own personal schedule - if you have a lot of free time to spend on it then by all means increase your target to doing an article a day or 10 blog posts a day ... if you were finding that too much of a struggle you could scale it back.

You'd have to be publishing a whole lot of articles, backlinks etc to get treated as a spammer ...
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mattscott
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Thanks matey, would that be article for each kw per day?

Or is it best to focus on a small number of kw's , say 10 for the first couple of months?

Apprecite your advice

Matt
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faradina
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In my "past life" I was briefly a ghostwriter and linkbuilder for an internet marketer with quite a number of websites and what he had me do was write articles around 2 keywords everyday, that is, one keyword = one article, for each website. Then on the same day I rewrote each article two times so that there were 3 "unique" articles per keyword. The best of the 3 article versions was posted on his corresponding website, the second best on ezinearticles, and the third to other directories. After ezinearticles approval, all three articles were spun on AMA. Then, for each of his websites, he had me post 2 comments a day on blogs. And I also had to do 2 Yahoo answers every week for each of his websites.
I'm not saying that you should do the same; I'm just giving it as an example of what you could do. To be honest, that pace wore me out so I bailed out fast even if the pay was really good. But then he had quite a number of sites, so......oh, well, at least I learned what they mean about writer's block. I used to think that I could always write about anything forever.
To get back to the subject on hand, I believe it would be better if you do articles on all of your 25 + 5 keywords instead of just concentrating on a fraction so that if for some reason some keywords do not convert very well, then you have more keywords/articles to fall back on. I would say that you could do them in rotation so that they get equal numbers of articles.
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mattscott
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Faradina thankyou for your help and your reply.

If i have multiple markets would i need to create seperate yahoo answer accounts?

I know yahoo answers is no follow but google does like them.

Enjoy your day

Matt
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faradina
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Whether you do create separate yahoo answers accounts would be entirely up to you. I believe it doesn't really matter if you have one account or many. If you want to have many for some reason, like making it easier to remember which niche/website you are writing the yahoo answer for, then by all means have as many accounts as you need. Of course if you only have one account you will need to remember only one log in :)
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Hi Matt,

Great tips you got here. Additionally, I would recommend you get everything organized. You should record your link building strategies in Excel along with dates, link building method, web link, keywords, and landing pages. This way, you can track everything you do.

Also, you may want to divide your keywords per week. What I usually do is I group my keywords (with their corresponding links), like 25 keywords this week and another set of 25 keywords next week. This would also include my inner link pages.

Mary
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macdalangin wrote:Hi Matt,

Great tips you got here. Additionally, I would recommend you get everything organized. You should record your link building strategies in Excel along with dates, link building method, web link, keywords, and landing pages. This way, you can track everything you do.

Also, you may want to divide your keywords per week. What I usually do is I group my keywords (with their corresponding links), like 25 keywords this week and another set of 25 keywords next week. This would also include my inner link pages.

Mary



How does keywords help? Are keywords like tags?
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Hi forums2connect,

I am not exactly sure what you want to ask. But if you already have set of keywords to promote, you may also want those to be organized. You may group your keywords, organize these in excel, then schedule each group per week for your link building.

I hope that makes it clear.

All the best!

Mary
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link building and social media marketing are the processes of site building.
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