My VA is going through a list of competitor citations generated by Whitespark. The list of about 200 citations should net us around 30-60 (most can not be replicated with a direct add).
My VA ran about 10 different Chamber of Commerce websites in the area for broken domain links. Then she marked a completeness rating from archive.org for the expired purchasable domains, showing me which can be cheaply bought and rebuilt to look as they did before.
I plan to buy a couple websites with high archive completeness and rebuild them with my link naturally placed in somewhere. This puts my money site 1 step away from multiple chamber links
I'll also buy a couple more websites with low completeness ratings and 301 redirect them to my site. I don't want to do too many of those because a ton of 301s can look suspicious.
We're also going to be scanning other local websites, associations, and bloggers for broken links. The plan is to look for guest post opportunities to get some links direct to the money site. In the past this has been hit or miss, but who knows, we might get 1 or 2.
For the ones who don't respond back, we'll buy a couple more domains causing broken links from their site. And rebuild them with a link back to us just like with the chamber links.
That covers the core of the plan right now. In essence this is a broken-link-rebuilt PBN. What are your thoughts, is this pretty powerful on its own?