Pamela Anderson fansite + SEO?

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Ugh! Back in the day I built this Pamela Anderson fansite all by myself and all via html. This must have been in the late, late 90's or 2000-ish range. It was free on Yahoo!'s infamous Geocities. Man it was great!! I remember just forgetting about it and going on with my life in maybe 2001, then 2- 3 years ago before Geocities shut down it had 30,000+ hits. I was totally impressed! I did link exchanges and built tons of galleries (mostly non nude, some nude LOL, I was like 19 yrs old!) I must have had over 1000 of her pics on there.

Now that I've found the warrior forum and have learned a thing or two... what if I re-built a similar website and then put some Fiverr SEO gigs on it and see what'd happen? If you search google for "Pamela Anderson fanpage" it's mostly huge sites on the 1st page now, then you have pamelazone.com and pamwatch.com - both of which I think I had my link on.

According to Alexa.com

pamelazone.com has only 105 links into it and is ranked at 1.2 million.
pamwatch.com has only 68 links into it and is ranked above 22 million.

Any idea how I could beat these two sites out (obviously I can't beat their age) and possibly profit doing something I love... and looking at?

How difficult would it at least be to do some Fiverr gigs and get it maybe under the 1 million mark at least? Maybe ad some adsense for income?!
#anderson #fansite #pamela #seo
  • Profile picture of the author Joseph Robinson
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    Is Pamela Anderson still popular? I thought she was past her prime by now. Maybe try it with another model that has sizable...er...assets.
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  • Profile picture of the author Aaron Autrey
    Good point... I'll check her keyword searches lol.
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  • Profile picture of the author John Rogers
    The competition for Pamela Anderson keywords in general is low. With good SEO you could probably do well. And if it's more for fun than money, go for it. But if your goal is to generate some income, a site dedicated to a star whose popularity is low and steadily waning isn't a good choice.
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    • Profile picture of the author Joseph Robinson
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      Originally Posted by John Rogers View Post

      The competition for Pamela Anderson keywords in general is low. With good SEO you could probably do well. And if it's more for fun than money, go for it. But if your goal is to generate some income, a site dedicated to a star whose popularity is low and steadily waning isn't a good choice.
      I just thought of something. Her roast on Comedy Central wasn't horrible, maybe he can sell copies of that lol .
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  • Profile picture of the author Aaron Autrey
    I don't think it'd be the money really, but both. If I could make a few extra bucks and do something I like, it may be worth it. You're right though, I just searched a bunch of keywords and they're all low competition.
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  • Profile picture of the author travlinguy
    Be careful with celeb photos if you don't own the rights to use them. There's a much different attitude about using unauthorized images these days as opposed to the late 90s.
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