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Questions about squidoo, back links.

jcdean
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Questions about squidoo, back links.

What I am thinking is to make a main blog and some smaller blogs all about the similar topics. Perhaps use a Blogger Blog for the smaller blogs.

I would use small blogs to target the easiest traffic, but have links to the main blog. That would be a good thing right? Make my own blogs mainly for links but monetized for really long tale key words.

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A good way to get back links is relative article right? OK cool.

OK well it looks like Squidoo has do follow links. Any do follow link is good right? OK cool

Well I am thinking of only using Squidoo cuz unlike other article directories you can monetize a lens.

Secondly I was thinking that you could put more than one link on a lens to several of your related blogs, unlike an article on ezine.

You could open a few squidoo accounts and put a few links on every lens that you make to your blogs. On the lenses I would target the easiest of the long tails so who knows perhaps make a sale once in a while from a lens.

Does this make since? Good idea?

Does any body know if yahoo answers are do follow? If so, could one set up two accounts and answer his own questions with links back to their blog in the reference box from the answer?

Thanks for any advice.

J.C.
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cterao
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Your Squidoo strategy sounds pretty good.

Yahoo Answers is "no follow." It's a good way to get traffic, though.

Yes, you can have two separate accounts. You'll have to be careful though. This is black hat and can get you banned. You'll need to switch IP's so that they can't trace both accounts to one location. And you'll need to answer more than just your own questions or it will look suspicious to Yahoo and they'll ban you.

This is too much work for me. It's easier to just do Yahoo Answers the white hat way. Get one account and just give the best answers to other people's questions. This really isn't that hard to do. From personal experience, everyone on Yahoo Answers seems to be either a smart alec teenager or a soulless spammer. It is quite easy to get your answer as the best answer if you know your niche well.
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jcdean
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Thanks, for the reply.
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