I Need Your Help With SEO Please

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So my goal in 2011 is to build 100 websites and focus only on organic Google traffic.

I've been planning and seem to have found some good products to promote, BUT I can't get my head around the RIGHT model I should use.

It's between the Conduit Method type model, this type model http://www.warriorforum.com/main-int...ded-links.html, and a couple others.

I'm just wondering what your thoughts are and what's the best route to take.
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  • Profile picture of the author FredJones
    I would recommend brand building - if you really want to work with it in a "business" mode in the longer term rather than treat it as a series-of-website-projects.
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    • Profile picture of the author JasonParker
      Originally Posted by FredJones View Post

      I would recommend brand building - if you really want to work with it in a "business" mode in the longer term rather than treat it as a series-of-website-projects.
      Hi Fred,

      I'm not sure what you mean by brand building.

      The type of business I do now is product creation, joint ventures, listbuilding, building the affiliate army...

      With these websites, I'm just looking to create some new assets and not have all my eggs in one basket.
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      • Profile picture of the author simpleonline1234
        Why not create 20 websites with 20 pages on each site that earns a min of $1 / day...that's $146,000 a year before taxes at worst case scenerio or 40 websites with 10 pages.

        I think that it would be less of a headache to maintain 20 or 40 websites vs that larger number....remember that you would be backlinking to each "page" on all of those websites routinely...not sure there would be enough time in the day for all that...unless you outsourced majority of it...

        Problem from what I see is that you will have to renew those domains every year....that could get costly and excessive....not to mention that you have to remember what each site is about so that you can obtain and build the proper backlinks for each page.

        I dunno....that huge blueprint your showing us by reading the link just seems like overkill to me if you looking to make some money.

        *** I didn't read those conduit method so I'm not sure if your saying one page per site or not****
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        • Profile picture of the author JasonParker
          Originally Posted by simpleonline1234 View Post

          Why not create 20 websites with 20 pages on each site that earns a min of $1 / day...that's $146,000 a year before taxes at worst case scenerio or 40 websites with 10 pages.

          I think that it would be less of a headache to maintain 20 or 40 websites vs that larger number....remember that you would be backlinking to each "page" on all of those websites routinely...not sure there would be enough time in the day for all that...unless you outsourced majority of it...

          Problem from what I see is that you will have to renew those domains every year....that could get costly and excessive....not to mention that you have to remember what each site is about so that you can obtain and build the proper backlinks for each page.

          I dunno....that huge blueprint you showed us just seems like overkill to me if you looking to make some money.
          Thanks for the insights...

          TRUE...

          I want to figure out how to best leverage my efforts, expenses, and time.
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          • Profile picture of the author jimtow
            I agree less is more. I just cant believe over the years what I here. There's more and more people still trying to create plug and play business. The internet business has to be treated like a brick and mortar business. You need live customer support to conduct business.

            Jim
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            • Profile picture of the author JasonParker
              Originally Posted by jimtow View Post

              I agree less is more. I just cant believe over the years what I here. There's more and more people still trying to create plug and play business. The internet business has to be treated like a brick and mortar business. You need live customer support to conduct business.

              Jim
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            • Profile picture of the author jazbo
              Utter tosh, Mr Xrumer.

              Originally Posted by jimtow View Post

              I agree less is more. I just cant believe over the years what I here. There's more and more people still trying to create plug and play business. The internet business has to be treated like a brick and mortar business. You need live customer support to conduct business.

              Jim
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  • Profile picture of the author Migdolas
    Brand building stands for the strenghtening of the name that your company operates under. It might be a different business model as suggested (considering that you would provide services or products) and based upon your actions, being considered a reliable source would provide valuable customer appreciation of your brand.

    Now, if you are aiming to go with a business model where you have a variety of websites providing you with a small passive income - I assume brand identity for your corporate unit will be less of importance. However, keep in mind, that each one of your websites will require traffic, what will depend greatly on marketing strategies and also the quality of the provided services - what lays as foundation to brand recognition as well.
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