The clickbump method? all your questions answered...

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Since I posted the "My First $100 day on Xfactor method" last week, I've been overwhelmed with PMs, emails and blog posts asking about my method.

It seems that most people are taken aback that you can get a site ranked (and stay ranked) highly without a certain amount of article marketing or extensive and consistent backlinking.

Somehow, between the teachings of John (aka Xfactor) and George (aka Sniper) Brown, I've managed to hit on a process and approach to niche site publishing that, at least in the short time I've been at it (a little over two months) has enabled me to earn a pretty decent amount of money relying solely on organic (free) search and with no paid advertising for traffic. See attached file for earnings since my first $309 check in October...

If I do have a "secret" (and I don't, I prefer to call it an "edge") then it would be that I've been building css based websites, that are about as fast as its possible to make a website fast, for most of my adult life.

But if that's all I could do, that and a five spot might buy me a cup of Starbucks...

What's really propelled me into somewhat of a visible "Anyone-can-do-this" example, and hopefully an inspiration to others who are struggling, is that I've managed to cut through the noise of all the various approaches to niche site monetization and developed a simple, teachable and provable process that, when combined with the right tools, can put the power of the "gurus" into ordinary people's hands.

So enough with the theory, I'm going to post the process right here and hopefully you can learn and be inspired by my results...
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  • Profile picture of the author Craig McPherson
    Hey CB,

    Firstly thanks very much for doing this.
    I will fire off the first question.

    Can you list exactly your criteria for finding a keyword phrase. Point by point.

    Cheers mate

    Craig
    • Profile picture of the author clickbump
      Originally Posted by Craig McPherson View Post

      Hey CB,

      Firstly thanks very much for doing this.
      I will fire off the first question.

      Can you list exactly your criteria for finding a keyword phrase. Point by point.

      Cheers mate

      Craig
      Hi Craig, great question.

      Besides the fundamental 5 steps criteria I've outlined above, the niche needs to be something people want or are buying. It can be information or products. I prefer products because people tend to have a click mentality when searching for a product; where they tend to be more in "browse mode" when searching for information.

      To determine this, I will first check the GAKT PPC to make sure it supports a minimum of $1 a click (will accept lower down to .50 cents with a 10k monthly exact search count)

      I also check the number and specificity of the right sidebar ads for the search in the engine

      Finally, I will triple check this in Spyfu in order to get a good sample of the data and make sure there are no anomolies.

      Does that answer your question?

      There's also a certain mental state that helps tremendously with the initial niche discovery process, this is the right-brained stuff before it switches dramatically over to the left when you are digging through the numbers and analyzing competition.

      I call this the inspiration side to niche discovery and that's a very important facet to step 1 of my process. I've got a post about that over here.
    • Profile picture of the author oscarkool
      Originally Posted by Craig McPherson View Post

      Hey CB,

      Firstly thanks very much for doing this.
      I will fire off the first question.

      Can you list exactly your criteria for finding a keyword phrase. Point by point.

      Cheers mate

      Craig
      The first step is to not buy .infos..... These domains do not rank well no matter what anyone tells you. I don't care if you don't believe me, anyone that's ranked well for them either knows what they're doing or got lucky. Yes, the domain in my sig is a .info but I know what I'm doing and my competitors suck at SEO.
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  • Profile picture of the author clickbump
    My basic approach to niche site success revolves around five simple and proven fundamentals. Get these right and you are way ahead of 90% of those trying to make money from free search traffic...

    1) Develop a passion for niche research - you really have to enjoy ferreting out the next niche and you have to be able to get yourself inspired to do this over and over again. This is the most important concept you can master. If you fail at this, no amount of expertise at the remaining steps will matter. You'll be fighting against the wind.

    2) Only work with exact match, top level domains - I value .com, .net and .org all EQUALLY and I've got sites ranked in the top 10 with all three extensions.

    3) Seek niches that have a minimum of *1000 EXACT match local monthly searches for their keyword phrase (KWP) - use Google Adwords Keywords Tool (GAKT) for this.

    4) Look for three PR- or PR-0 sites in the top ten results for the KWP that you can unseat - Once you've verified 2 and 3 above, type your search term (without quotes) into Google using the SEO4Firefox plug-in to determine if you can meet the 3 site min criteria

    5) Launch a tightly focused, insanely optimized, seo savvy, css based site that showcases your niche's KWP with laser focus. One page of content with 350-1000 words and 3 site pages (about, contact and privacy) is all you need. Develop or adopt a system that allows you to repeat this rapidly.

    *This number was recently lowered from 2400 to 1000 to reflect the new GAKT update as of August 2010.
    • Profile picture of the author Craig McPherson
      Clicky,
      Previously you have spoken about having a fast loading page based on CSS.

      I am using a template with css and have a tool that tells me the loading time.
      How does 2.61 sec stack up?

      ==================
      edit for answer above.

      Great reply mate. I really appreciate it.
      Thanks for taking the time.
    • Profile picture of the author 9ball
      Originally Posted by clickbump View Post

      My basic approach to niche site success revolves around five simple and proven fundamentals. Get these right and you are way ahead of 90% of those trying to make a way in this game...

      1) Develop a passion for niche research - you really have to enjoy ferreting out the next niche and you have to be able to get yourself inspired to do this over and over again. This is the most important concept you can master. If you fail at this, no amount of expertise at the remaining steps will matter. You'll be fighting against the wind.

      2) Only work with exact match, top level domains - I value .com, .net and .org all EQUALLY and I've got sites ranked in the top 10 with all three extensions.

      3) Seek niches that have a minimum of 2500 EXACT match monthly searches for their keyword phrase (KWP) - use Google Adwords Keywords Tool (GAKT) for this.

      4) Look for three PR- or PR-0 sites in the top ten results for the KWP that you can unseat - Once you've verified 2 and 3 above, type your search term (without quotes) into Google using the SEO4Firefox plug-in to determine if you can meet the 3 site min criteria

      5) Launch a tightly focused, insanely optimized, seo savvy, css based site that showcases your niche's KWP with laser focus. One page of content with 350-1000 words and 3 site pages (about, contact and privacy) is all you need. Develop or adopt a system that allows you to repeat this rapidly.
      he said something works. i just need several days to make my blog on the top 10 with his method. many thanks clickbump
    • Profile picture of the author Bishop81
      Originally Posted by clickbump View Post

      5) Launch a tightly focused, insanely optimized, seo savvy, css based site that showcases your niche's KWP with laser focus. One page of content with 350-1000 words and 3 site pages (about, contact and privacy) is all you need. Develop or adopt a system that allows you to repeat this rapidly.
      That's how I feel too, about just using a standard site over WP. I love wordpress and all, but I don't want to end up with 50 - 100 sites that are hitting the database with each visitor, and that have to be upgraded just to prevent intrustion.

      With a standard html site, you completely eliminate all of those security holes, and it's much easier on the server.

      Since these sites are only 1 main page, I'm shooting for over 500 words of content, trying to get closer to 1,000. The articles I bought are 800 - 900 words, which I feel should be just right. My thought is that as long as you are still providing great content, Google shouldn't have problem with your site only being one page. It's the sites that copy a couple reviews from Amazon, or only have about 300 words of ridiculous dribble that really catch their attention.

      Oh, one thing about the site design... To make it easy, I used PHP and designed my template in a way that I am able to just change a few variables at the top of each page, in order to redo my whole site very quickly. Just something to think about... I don't have to worry about missing a keyword replacement, because when I change it in one place, it uses that variable throughout the site.
  • Profile picture of the author clickbump
    I'll be offline until morning US Central time. Post any questions you have and I'll get to them in order they were posted first thing in the morning...

    G'nite :-)
  • Profile picture of the author bobnolan
    1.What's the maximum number of competition in a keyword do you go for? I found a great niche that fits your criteria, but I have to compete for 300,000 pages.

    2.If a domain name is already taken, can we go for the plural version of the keyword (ex: niceyellowwidgets.net instead of niceyellowwidget.net)?

    3.I know this will be asked sooner or later, but what is your technique for looking for keywords. Usually the niches I search for have very low EXACT searches.
    • Profile picture of the author thmgoodw
      Originally Posted by bobnolan View Post

      What's the maximum number of competition in a keyword do you go for? I found a great niche that fits your criteria, but I have to compete for 300,000 pages.
      maximum schmaximum

      doing Google searches for your term with and without quotes is a *very* poor way of comparing competition. I created a site 7 days ago with the exact keyword as a .net domain. There are over 7 million search results for the term without quotes, and 3 million search results for the term with quotes.

      But guess what? That doesn't matter. What matters is the allintitle and allinurl competition. In this instance, there were 7000 and 400, respectively. With zero backlinks it showed up as #10 in google after 6 days

      I would only look at allinurl and allintitle, as those are the only pages that are optimized for your keyword. I look for allinurl of under 1000. I also don't want someone else with the exact keyword in the top 10, unless they have very few backlinks. I don't want to be getting in a p*ssing war with someone else in these microniches.
    • Profile picture of the author clickbump
      Originally Posted by bobnolan View Post

      1.What's the maximum number of competition in a keyword do you go for? I found a great niche that fits your criteria, but I have to compete for 300,000 pages.
      I think the others have answered this one. ie, we don't care about it...
      Originally Posted by bobnolan View Post

      2.If a domain name is already taken, can we go for the plural version of the keyword (ex: niceyellowwidgets.net instead of niceyellowwidget.net)?
      I would not, just move on to the next one. Prequalify the domain availability very early in the process so you are not emotionally attached to the niche idea. It will be easier to move on that way
      Originally Posted by bobnolan View Post

      3.I know this will be asked sooner or later, but what is your technique for looking for keywords. Usually the niches I search for have very low EXACT searches.
      If they all had high search volume and low comp, then it would be like shooting fish in a barrell, right? The niche opps are there, millions of them, but you have to be relentless in your pursuit of them. So the technique I employ is called "relentless persistence"
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  • Profile picture of the author stoaf88
    Clickbump! You are the man!!
    I launched 5 sites using your exact method on 11-15
    On 11-17 all 5 were indexed and 3 are on page one!
    Made $6 in adsense clicks today and this is just the beginning.
    One thing, how do you brainstorm for niche ideas. I'm going to do research all day wednesday!
    Thanks for all your help dude you da man!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!
    • Profile picture of the author clickbump
      Originally Posted by stoaf88 View Post

      Clickbump! You are the man!!
      I launched 5 sites using your exact method on 11-15
      On 11-17 all 5 were indexed and 3 are on page one!
      Made $6 in adsense clicks today and this is just the beginning.
      One thing, how do you brainstorm for niche ideas. I'm going to do research all day wednesday!
      Thanks for all your help dude you da man!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!
      Man stoaf88, thanks!! I think, you da man!

      You've taken action and it looks like you've got some momentum. Once you get momentum, you can really reap some good results. It fuels your process and keeps you going. Just keep doing what you are doing.

      In terms of brainstorming for ideas, be receptive to everything around you. Try to maintain a positive and upbeat attitude and stay inspired. Read, listen to music, serve others, seek balance and you will find yourself more receptive to the creative, right-brained state of mind that you need to be in to uncover hidden niche opportunities. I found my #1 earning site while playing with my kids!

      The interesting thing is that, the niche discovery phase quickly yields to the niche research phase, so you do a sharp transition from creative, inspired right-brain thinking over to persistent, analytical and methodical left-brained thinking so you need to be well balanced to excel at niche discovery as well as niche research.

      The cool thing with this is, the cost for making a mistake, vs the opportunity for discovering a real cash cow that will provide consistent passive income on autopilot, is very very low.
    • Profile picture of the author adamsad
      Originally Posted by stoaf88 View Post

      Clickbump! You are the man!!
      I launched 5 sites using your exact method on 11-15
      On 11-17 all 5 were indexed and 3 are on page one!
      Made $6 in adsense clicks today and this is just the beginning.
      One thing, how do you brainstorm for niche ideas. I'm going to do research all day wednesday!
      Thanks for all your help dude you da man!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!
      how many article did you write for each site??
      its like 10 article for 5 site, right?
    • Profile picture of the author DarkTangent
      Originally Posted by stoaf88 View Post

      Clickbump! You are the man!!
      I launched 5 sites using your exact method on 11-15
      On 11-17 all 5 were indexed and 3 are on page one!
      Made $6 in adsense clicks today and this is just the beginning.
      One thing, how do you brainstorm for niche ideas. I'm going to do research all day wednesday!
      Thanks for all your help dude you da man!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!
      Hi,

      I went through the post but could not find any data related to this, i will be thankful if you can help....

      How can one get his site indexed in the Google?

      As you said you got it indexed in 2 Days.... Regards
  • Profile picture of the author clickbump
    Some great conversations going on since I last visited. Looks like its on autopilot!

    @stoaf88 - great to hear that! :-)

    @thmgoodw & @warrior123 - I think there's room for either of your approaches.
  • Profile picture of the author adamsad
    seems like clickbump become an adsense rockstars...
  • Profile picture of the author Michael Gavre
    Clickbump,

    OK, so which methods are you using to get your site 'noticed' ? You have pointed out that you do not use Articles (I don't like to either :-) ) Do you use Social Bookmarking, RSS submission... what do you do to get the initial links pointing to your page to get indexed?

    Thanks,

    Michael
    • Profile picture of the author clickbump
      Originally Posted by Michael Gavre View Post

      Clickbump,

      OK, so which methods are you using to get your site 'noticed' ? You have pointed out that you do not use Articles (I don't like to either :-) ) Do you use Social Bookmarking, RSS submission... what do you do to get the initial links pointing to your page to get indexed?

      Thanks,

      Michael
      Hi Michael, (thanks for your email btw) I use a method I picked up that I call the "sneaky punctuation trick" that involves keeping a rotation of new sites on your sig in one of millions of frequently indexed forums.

      I believe there is a post that I have explaining it in depth, but if I can't find it and point to it, I'll repost it here...

      What I like about it, in addition to the fact that its hands-down the fastest way I've found to get my sites crawled, is that they are indexed "with a tail wind" and I'll explain how that works too.
    • Profile picture of the author Radix
      I jumped on the Xfactor + Clickbump wagon last week. I made a quick site in a niche I'd looked at before. After the first day, I laughed when on the first search page I saw an xfactor template site, but it wasn't mine. It was a pretty poor copy, but unmistakable. I was really trying to follow Xfactor's program ...I have a really bad habit of not following instructions 100%. So I submitted articles as prescribed and hopped the other site, hopped a PR4,2 PR3's, a PR6 and the actual manufacturer's site which was at #1. I will mention it was a significant investment of time to write the articles versus clickbump's method which I will be trying later today because I love niche reasearch, but I'm also a really lazy *******.

      I think Clickbump is definitely on to something very big. With that said, his relatively easy ranking success can quickly be undone if someone finds the same niche. I don't think that devalues his process in the slightest and actually quite to the contrary. I see it as a one of the best niche testing methods I've ever seen and that you can get immediate financial gratification makes my kees a little weak.

      My advice means little compared to clickbump or xfactor, but if clickbump's method works for me, I will definitely be shoring up those sites with a significant amount of article backlinks to protect that property.
  • Profile picture of the author dknyrob
    Great information here Clickbump.... You answer all my question from the PM in just the first few posts. I'm also following xfactors plan and a little of yours too. Starting to have some nice success but still have a ways to go..My pass stats was sept 12 bucks,oct 77bucks, now over halfway i'm at 140 bucks for this month.... now trying to step up a lot more. keep the great information coming
  • Profile picture of the author JMartin
    I'd love to hear about the punctuation indexing thing. Usually I just ping the new site, submit the RSS if it has one, and throw up 2-3 links on an existing site (mine, Squidoo, etc). For instance, I have lenses on Squidoo that are old and have PR, so I use em. Sure, it's not directly related, but that's ok. Usually just doing that I get indexed and see ranking within the week (sometimes a day sometimes more).
    • Profile picture of the author clickbump
      The method I've referred to as "The Sneaky Punctuation Trick" is solely used to get my new sites indexed and ranked as quickly as humanly possible, once my site is ready to launch.

      And since my sites take around a half hour each to build, it becomes a very valuable tool to not have to wait around a long time (more than a week) to get the site indexed, ranked and earning.

      So this trick involves placing links to your new sites within your signature(s) on one of many hundreds of thousands or perhaps millions of forums that (a) allow signatures with links that are not underlined and (b) get much G love and are crawled and indexed many times an hour.

      For example, If I've got a niche on "kids soccer shoes" then my domain is going to be kidssoccershoes.com (or .net or .org, whichever is available and cheapest)

      So lets say I belong to a forum that meets that criteria (gets indexed frequently, allows links in sigs, doesnt underline links, etc), and that I'm a frequent poster and I know that I can start a conversation that will get a few replies fairly quickly.

      Then I go to my signature edit screen (usually under User CP, just like here at WF) and I open my sig for editing and it looks like this...

      John Doe - Tulsa, Ok. - I'm here for the party...
      and then I will make sure that the links in other users sigs are not underlined (otherwise its not so sneaky) and I will wrap each item of punctuation, the individual "..." s in one site each, or up to the total amount of new sites I need to get indexed.

      It becomes,

      John Doe - Tulsa, Ok. - I'm here for the party{url=mysitelink}.{url}{url=anothersitelink}.{ url}.
      And I just rotate the old sites off and the new sites on.

      I will also apply a color that matches the forum sig area's background and a small font size as well (just to the punctuation part of the sig).

      Again, I don't do this for backlinking purposes, only for indexing. I say that because I know someone who is clever with how backlinks work will say, "Hey when the backlinks rotate off, aren't your sites going to suffer in the SERPS"

      And my response is that once the site has indexed, the sig trick has done its job, its succeeded. My site's fate now rests in G's opinion of it based on all of the various criteria they use to determine if my site gets pimped for its targeted search term.

      More times than not, G lets me slide on the backlink deal and rewards me for taking care of fundamental #5 in the opening thread.

      ...with a tailwind

      What I mean by that, and the interesting thing with this technique is that despite the fact I'm only using it for indexing, by the time the site gets indexed, it already has 8-10 Y! page backlinks due to the number of responses that occurred on the initial post prior to the crawl. That's why its important to create a thought provoking and quality post so that you can elicit several responses, and set your site off with a tailwind.

      That's it...

      Note for advance users or old school table based site designers like I was back in the day: You could also use a transparent image and wrap that with your hyperlink (thanks for the tip Justin :-)
  • Profile picture of the author Biggy Fat
    I have a question about the competition PR search. When you say you look for at least three of the PR-, PR0, and PR1 sites, the other seven can be anything as long as you have at least three that meet the criteria?

    Also, do you do this search for the phrase with or without quotes?
    • Profile picture of the author clickbump
      Originally Posted by Biggy Fat View Post

      I have a question about the competition PR search. When you say you look for at least three of the PR-, PR0, and PR1 sites, the other seven can be anything as long as you have at least three that meet the criteria?
      Hi Biggy from BAMA! Exactly, you are just maximizing your chances of unseating one of those three sites. All things being equal, your chances for progression are going to be determined by the quality of the other seven, but every site doesn't have to be a home run, steady wins the race.
      Originally Posted by Biggy Fat View Post

      Also, do you do this search for the phrase with or without quotes?
      Without quotes, just like my target searcher is doing.
  • Profile picture of the author Biggy Fat
    Awesome, dawg. One last thing - there are shopping results and video results that get PR- as well, do those count as far as searching for the three PR-, PR0, and PR1?
    • Profile picture of the author clickbump
      Originally Posted by Biggy Fat View Post

      Awesome, dawg. One last thing - there are shopping results and video results that get PR- as well, do those count as far as searching for the three PR-, PR0, and PR1?
      Yes, you can beat them with the biggy 5!
  • Profile picture of the author Eric H
    Hi clickbump, excellent information you're sharing here! Much appreciated. I'm interested in the actual template your using.. I see from your sig, your template links to an email, so should I just email you for more details?

    Thanks!
  • Profile picture of the author Craig McPherson
    Hate to be a touch off topic but I seem to remember a website that allows you to type in your keyword and while doing this it lets you know if that domain is available in all forms.

    Anyone here recall that site?
    • Profile picture of the author QuadDamagePT
      I've been using a little bit different method than this one but still getting good results.

      Last night I've made a so insanely optimized page that Google Ranked it in less than 6 hours (!)

      50% of the method is to choose the right domain name (and correspondent keyword). If you find a good keyword but doesn't have a .com/.net/.org available, too bad, go for another.

      What we are doing here is not a simple Niche Website, is forcing Search Engines to put our pages in first place because they answer to all their requirements.

      Anyway, good Spirit ClickBump!
    • Profile picture of the author clickbump
      Originally Posted by Craig McPherson View Post

      Hate to be a touch off topic but I seem to remember a website that allows you to type in your keyword and while doing this it lets you know if that domain is available in all forms.

      Anyone here recall that site?
      ajaxwhois.com
    • Profile picture of the author TheAtHomeCouple
      Originally Posted by Craig McPherson View Post

      Hate to be a touch off topic but I seem to remember a website that allows you to type in your keyword and while doing this it lets you know if that domain is available in all forms.

      Anyone here recall that site?
      I know the exact site you're talking about and I have wondered the same thing for the last 4 months!

      Someone throw us a bone over here!
  • Profile picture of the author Bishop81
    You mentioned that you stopped using MNF. Fire it up again sometime and perform all upgrades to get it to 4.6.2. I think you might change your mind about it. I don't even do the SOC calc's any more, but you can go through and check domain availability very easily.

    All these free options are great too, and I use them all in conjunction with MNF right now.
    • Profile picture of the author clickbump
      Originally Posted by Bishop81 View Post

      You mentioned that you stopped using MNF. Fire it up again sometime and perform all upgrades to get it to 4.6.2. I think you might change your mind about it. I don't even do the SOC calc's any more, but you can go through and check domain availability very easily.

      All these free options are great too, and I use them all in conjunction with MNF right now.
      Yep, I've heard great things about 4.6.2 especially the new domain availability tool. I guess James finally got tired of all our emails pleading for exact match domain availability in the results listings. From my brief bit of testing, its a major step forward.
  • Profile picture of the author refernshare
    Hey Clickbump,

    Thank you for sharing the insight and your knowledge. Myself I am trying to follow this model and your valuable information is gold to me.
  • Profile picture of the author AdamSlade88
    Are you using wordpress or xsite pro?
    • Profile picture of the author clickbump
      Originally Posted by refernshare

      Hey Clickbump,

      Thank you for sharing the insight and your knowledge. Myself I am trying to follow this model and your valuable information is gold to me.
      Man, thanks refernshare. I appreciate your comments. Let us know how you do.
      Originally Posted by acur042 View Post

      Are you using wordpress or xsite pro?
      WordPress (see blatantly obnoxious and over-the-top sig below :-)
  • Profile picture of the author shibbeymon
    SladeK:

    CSS = cascading style sheets. Basically, (And I'm definitely not a tech person so I could be a bit wrong here) it's used to set up a template for your website without affecting the content.


    adamsad:

    He's referring to post # 3 where he laid out how he chooses his niches and goes after them.
    • Profile picture of the author SladeK
      I hate how I get myself hung up on such stupid things...

      Referring to the 4th step;
      4) Look for three PR- or PR-0 sites in the top ten results for the KWP that you can unseat - Once you've verified 2 and 3 above, type your search term (without quotes) into Google using the SEO4Firefox plug-in to determine if you can meet the 3 site min criteria.

      I am slightly confused about the "PR- or PR-0 sites" thing. What is the "PR-" part of that?
    • Profile picture of the author adamsad
      Originally Posted by shibbeymon View Post

      SladeK:

      CSS = cascading style sheets. Basically, (And I'm definitely not a tech person so I could be a bit wrong here) it's used to set up a template for your website without affecting the content.


      adamsad:

      He's referring to post # 3 where he laid out how he chooses his niches and goes after them.
      all right. I taught that was another technique
  • Profile picture of the author shibbeymon
    He means sites with no page rank or a page rank of zero. It means that these aren't authority sites and you should be able to outrank them and take their place.


    And don't feel bad about getting hung up on the small things....it's one of OUR biggest mistakes as newbies. I'm also struggling with getting my a$$ in gear.
    • Profile picture of the author SladeK
      I hear ya, I appreciate the help.

      Two more questions then I am going to just dive in.

      1. In regards to the minimum of 2500 searches per month, is that local or global? I am unfamiliar with the difference.

      2. With "exact" matches, are these referring to people who actually type in the keyword with quotes?
  • Profile picture of the author Marhelper
    Hey there, not sure if you saw my question, here it is again:

    You mention, "Y! Page Links" How many links are too much or what exactly are you looking for here?
    • Profile picture of the author clickbump
      Originally Posted by Marhelper View Post

      Hey there, not sure if you saw my question, here it is again:

      You mention, "Y! Page Links" How many links are too much or what exactly are you looking for here?
      For PR- and PR-0 sites, that are not exact match domains anything less than 100 should be beatable. Any more than that and you need to check them out to see if they are quality backlinks.

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