SEO on a Budget?
2014-12-23, 08:11 PM,
#1
Hi everyone,

I'm low on start up money, so I was hoping you guys would be able to help.

Goal: To achieve the best set up (most effective) on the lowest budget.

Put everything into account,

e.g. VPS, GSA software, etc..

Thanks everyone!
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2014-12-24, 05:33 AM,
#2
I started out by building my own PBN and ranking for very low competition keywords + selling link rentals on those very domains.

For let's say $500 you can get a nice PBN of 5-7 PR2-3 sites.

PBN can be a great asset and long-term investment.
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2014-12-24, 06:11 AM,
#3
Building out a solid PBN first is a good strategy, handpick all domains and you can build a decent network as tiiberius said for under $500.

Combine these links with 301 redirects (I made a tutorial here: http://www.cpaelites.com/Thread-Vortex-s...-on-page-1) and you will see magic.

Also consider building out a Tier 2 for your PBN links, you can do this with GSA if you have the resources.
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2014-12-25, 12:38 PM,
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2015-01-02, 12:02 AM,
#5
PBN is a great technique. I accept it cost But instead of PBN White hat method is best of seo. In fact i can promote your website and increase your traffic through white hat method of SEO with LOW COST.
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2015-01-02, 12:07 AM,
#6
(2015-01-02, 12:02 AM)Bianka Wrote: PBN is a great technique. I accept it cost But instead of PBN White hat method is best of seo.

Absolutely. PBN's are de-ranked and de-indexed by Google frequently. Even Matt Cutts talks about deleted PBN's and makes fun about them...

White hat SEO (following the Google Webmaster Guidelines) would be the better way, if you would like to rank long term.

The medium way would be a link pyramide, but not only containing blogs. Blogs used to work in 2008 or 2009, but now their impact is much lower.

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2015-01-02, 12:21 AM,
#7
(2015-01-02, 12:07 AM)BlackHatSEO Wrote:
(2015-01-02, 12:02 AM)Bianka Wrote: PBN is a great technique. I accept it cost But instead of PBN White hat method is best of seo.

Absolutely. PBN's are de-ranked and de-indexed by Google frequently. Even Matt Cutts talks about deleted PBN's and makes fun about them...

White hat SEO (following the Google Webmaster Guidelines) would be the better way, if you would like to rank long term.

The medium way would be a link pyramide, but not only containing blogs. Blogs used to work in 2008 or 2009, but now their impact is much lower.

No, PBNs do not get de-ranked or de-indexed by Google frequently.

There is a difference between PBNs and 'PBNs'.

However, PBNs are usually costly and I wouldn't recommend going for this technique if you're on budget and starting SEO. :)
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2015-01-02, 12:31 AM,
(This post was last modified: 2015-01-02, 12:43 AM by BlackHatSEO.)
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(2015-01-02, 12:21 AM)porphyritic Wrote: No, PBNs do not get de-ranked or de-indexed by Google frequently.

Please excuse me for this really personal question: How long do you offer professional (!) SEO, so you are so "sure" about this fact?

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2015-01-02, 02:14 AM,
#9
(2015-01-02, 12:31 AM)BlackHatSEO Wrote:
(2015-01-02, 12:21 AM)porphyritic Wrote: No, PBNs do not get de-ranked or de-indexed by Google frequently.

Please excuse me for this really personal question: How long do you offer professional (!) SEO, so you are so "sure" about this fact?

Do I have to offer 'professional' SEO to know about this fact?

PBN = PRIVATE Blog Network. That means it's private and no one except the owner knows about it. If he sold SEO on his PBN, that doesn't make it PBN anymore, and therefore allows Matt Cutts and other peopole to spy and find out his domains.
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2015-01-02, 02:19 AM,
#10
(2015-01-02, 02:14 AM)porphyritic Wrote: That means it's private and no one except the owner knows about it. If he sold SEO on his PBN, that doesn't make it PBN anymore, and therefore allows Matt Cutts and other peopole to spy and find out his domains.

Do you really think that Google knows nothing about PBN's until somebody offers SEO on his PBN?

Then my advice - really well-meant - to you is to research how Google works. :-)

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