Simple Step By Step Backlink Building, Content Marketing, SERP and Google PR Improvement Plan

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Hi,

Decided to post this as a thread. Wrote this in another thread, and it was sitting somewhere between the OP and the last post, so I reckon posting this as a thread on its own will be helpful for other members interested in learning a simple step-by-step backlink building, content marketing, SERP and Google PR improvement plan. Here goes:

You can:

1. Use an online tool, there are lots of them, to find niche and keyword-relevant expired and deleted domains with high PR. Check the backlink portfolios/profiles of the good expired and deleted domains you find by using SEO SpyGlass. Register those domains. Remember that Google can see domain registrant details, and they won't be happy when one person or company owns multiple sites with unique server IPs, all pointing to one website...

2. Set up a Wordpress site for each of those domains. Develop relevant written and video content for at least five 350++-word static pages, three 400++-word article posts and two 300++-word blog posts for each of those Wordpress sites...

3. Point your keyword-anchored backlinks on the homepages, other static pages, article posts and blog posts of those new Wordpress sites to the homepage and other relevant internal pages of your main website. Also point relevant keyword-anchored backlinks to pages of sites with high authority in your niche, i.e. Wikipedia. Remember to balance the number of outbound links on each page of those Wordpress sites. Also remember that Google loves media-rich sites, so an introductory video on the homepages of those Wordpress sites will be good...

4. Build a link wheel for those Wordpress sites and your main website. You can do this:

4.1. Register accounts and post relevant content pages on 20 high homepage PR Web 2.0 sites. Point the backlinks of these content pages to the homepages and internal pages of your new Wordpress sites and your main site...

4.2. Write and manually submit articles to the five most popular general article directories. Point the backlinks of those articles to the homepages and internal pages of those new Wordpress websites and your main site, as well as to those Web 2.0 content pages...

4.3. Register accounts and build profile page content with backlinks on 300 high PR Web forums using Sick Submitter. Point the backlinks of those profile pages to your manually submitted articles and to your Web 2.0 content pages...

4.4. Write and submit articles to 300 high PR article directories using Article Marketing Robot (AMR). Point the backlinks of those articles to your profile pages and to those Web 2.0 content pages...

4.5. Submit your introductory videos and other helpful videos relevant to your niche and target keywords to the 10 most popular video directories. Use your target keywords as tags of those videos. Point the URLs of your video submissions to the URLs of your manually submitted articles and Web 2.0 content pages as supplemental/additional and relevant content materials...

4.6. Develop and submit relevant ebooks and slideshow presentations with video and audio clips to heavily trafficked, high PR, top Google-ranking (for your target keywords) ebook and slideshow repositories. Place your target keywords as tags and the URLs of the homepages and internal pages of your main website, those new Wordpress sites and your Web 2.0 content pages...

4.7. Register accounts and post social bookmarks on the top 100 or so social bookmarking sites using Bookmarking Demon. Point your social bookmark links to the homepages and internal pages of your main website and those new Wordpress sites, as well as to your Web 2.0 content pages, your manually submitted articles, your profile pages, your videos and your ebooks/presentations...

4.8. Manually build blog comment content and forum post content with backlinks on heavily trafficked, high PR, top Google-ranking (for your target keywords) blogs and Web forums. Point your backlinks to the homepage and internal pages of your main website and those new Wordpress websites, as well as to your Web 2.0 pages, manually submitted articles, videos, ebooks and slideshow presentations...

4.9. Constantly update the written and non-written content of your main website. Post updates with backlinks pointing to your new onsite and offsite content on Facebook and Twitter...

5. Be more creative and add other things to diversify and increase your online brand marketing and backlink building campaign output. You can develop and submit press releases, include your main website and those new Wordpress websites in high authority, contextually relevant Web directories, find guest authoring opportunities on heavily trafficked, high PR, top Google-ranking (for your target keywords) blogs and sites which need unique content. These blogs and sites should of course be offering content on their sites that's contextually relevant to your target audience, your target niche, your target keywords and your onsite/offsite content...

That's about it. Hope this helps...
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    This is why Warrior Forum is so great.
    From time to time, experts taking the time to write fantastic pieces of advice for fellow Warriors, asking nothing in return.
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    • Hi Lovboa,

      Originally Posted by lovboa View Post

      This is why Warrior Forum is so great.
      From time to time, experts taking the time to write fantastic pieces of advice for fellow Warriors, asking nothing in return.
      Thanks! Well, unfortunatly, some won't read long threads and posts. I bet they're missing a lot of useful stuff by skipping long posts and such...
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    Great contribution. I am building backlinks right now, so this will be very helpful.

    Thanks for sharing.
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    • Hi Amir,

      Originally Posted by Amir Kostic View Post

      Great contribution. I am building backlinks right now, so this will be very helpful.

      Thanks for sharing.
      No problem. A good site to find owners of contextually relevant blogs with high PR homepages is MyBlogGuest.Com... They are looking for others who can give them unique content, in exchange for backlinks and exposure to their target audiences, which should mainly consist of your own target audiences, since I'm sure you'd want your unique content and backlinks posted on high homepage PR blogs with pages contextually relevant to your target niche, topics, sub topics and keywords, as well as top ranking in Google for relevant search terms. This is a good way to funnel their traffic and organic search engine traffic to your website...
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    • Hi,

      Originally Posted by eurekapsycrille View Post

      In addition, since we are working to have a good ranking in Google, we should never forget the guidelines .

      Just a practical but really effective advice.......Webmaster Guidelines - Webmaster Tools Help
      Yes, read Google's guidelines, then integrate them into your campaign plans. This will be beneficial for your business and websites in terms of search engine indexing, SERPs, organic search traffic and Google PR improvement. Aside from these things, it'll also benefit your target viewers, since most of Google's guidelines are for the overall browsing experience of viewers...
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  • Profile picture of the author Georgian
    Great contribution...

    I am working on a website in crazy competitive niche, I already hit first page for some high competitive keywords, but I spend too much time doing things myself and figuring outsourcing strategies.

    Marx Vergel Melencio - All you wrote is great, but I will appreciate If you list websites / tools / services you use for doing each of the process. It takes forever doing this things without outsourcing, yourself.

    One of the resources you already mentioned - MyBlogGuest.Com is new for me and looks good.

    I will appreciate If you talk more about:

    Buying deleted/expired high PR domains, which will retain PR and all the link juice after next PR update. How to host them and how do you use them in your backlinking strategy?

    Creating videos and submitting them - Which tools / services do you use to create videos and how do you / where do you submit them?

    Which tools you use to build link wheels? (Linkwheel bandit, senuke, seo link robot... and tons of others available)

    eBooks - Where do you outsource that and where do you submit?

    "Write and submit articles to 300 high PR article directories using Article Marketing Robot (AMR)" - I assume you use spin format articles, can you tell me more what kind of spin is good for you? (1 + 2 original sentence rewrites, then word synonyms and maybe paragraph rewrites?... clarify please)

    Blog commenting - Do you use software for this? Or do you outsource? If not... this would take forever. I am sure you are not doing this manually

    And again, 50% of these I do myself and I can only work on 1 project at a time, because It is so much work. I want to outsource all / most of manual time consuming tasks (tasks which does not require great experience)...

    Help me out guys

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    Vaz
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    • Hi,

      Originally Posted by Georgian View Post

      One of the resources you already mentioned - MyBlogGuest.Com is new for me and looks good.

      I will appreciate If you talk more about:

      Buying deleted/expired high PR domains, which will retain PR and all the link juice after next PR update. How to host them and how do you use them in your backlinking strategy?
      Find expired/deleted domains with niche/keyword-relevant domain name, good domain registration age, high Google PR and good backlink profile/portfolio using this site[/URL] and SEO SpyGlass to gather details of domain's backlink profile... Building Wordpress websites under those domains. Building onsite content pages on those Wordpress websites with links pointing to the homepages and internal pages of the main sites. Balancing outbound links of each page on those Wordpress sites by linking to contextually relevant, high authority resources, i.e. Wikipedia...

      Originally Posted by Georgian View Post

      Creating videos and submitting them - Which tools / services do you use to create videos and how do you / where do you submit them?
      Camtasia or Microsoft PowerPoint with Windows Movie Maker. Google your target keywords with video or video resources appended to the keywords in case you don't get page results under video directories for your keyword searches. Google top video directories. Use SEO SpyGlass to gather backlink portfolio/profile details of each video directory. Manually submit those videos...

      Originally Posted by Georgian View Post

      Which tools you use to build link wheels? (Linkwheel bandit, senuke, seo link robot... and tons of others available)
      We use a combination of onsite content development, homepage and internal content backlink building on expired/deleted domains, Web 2.0 content posting, manual article directory submissions, Article Marketing Robot submissions, profile link building via Sick Submitter and social bookmarking via Bookmarking Demon...

      Originally Posted by Georgian View Post

      eBooks - Where do you outsource that and where do you submit?
      Our clients outsource ebook writing and cover/layout design to our employees. Google your target keywords, appended with ebook or ebook resource in case you don't get any ebook repository pages as search results. Google top ebook repositories. Use SEO SpyGlass...

      Originally Posted by Georgian View Post

      "Write and submit articles to 300 high PR article directories using Article Marketing Robot (AMR)" - I assume you use spin format articles, can you tell me more what kind of spin is good for you? (1 + 2 original sentence rewrites, then word synonyms and maybe paragraph rewrites?... clarify please)
      We don't spin content. We submit an article, as is, to the five or so most contextually relevant, high traffic article directories, manually. We submit an article, as is, to 300++ article directories using Article Marketing Robot...

      Originally Posted by Georgian View Post

      Blog commenting - Do you use software for this? Or do you outsource? If not... this would take forever. I am sure you are not doing this manually
      Our clients outsource manual blog commenting and forum posting work to our employees assigned as their dedicated leased inhouse personnel. Our employees use Google and SEO SpyGlass to spot contextually relevant, top ranking, high PR blog posts, blog domains, forum threads and forum domains to contribute useful content on, of course with relevant links pointing to supplemental content pages providing additional benefits to readers...

      Originally Posted by Georgian View Post

      And again, 50% of these I do myself and I can only work on 1 project at a time, because It is so much work. I want to outsource all / most of manual time consuming tasks (tasks which does not require great experience)...
      So what's stopping you from building a process map for each set of tasks you need done, then outsourcing it?

      That's about it. Hope this helps...
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    Find expired/deleted domains with niche/keyword-relevant domain name, good domain registration age, high Google PR and good backlink profile/portfolio using this site[/URL] and SEO SpyGlass to gather details of domain's backlink profile... Building Wordpress websites under those domains. Building onsite content pages on those Wordpress websites with links pointing to the homepages and internal pages of the main sites. Balancing outbound links of each page on those Wordpress sites by linking to contextually relevant, high authority resources, i.e. Wikipedia...
    Does domain which has been deleted/dropped before retain its PR after next PR update? Do you add original content to these Wordpress sites? And last, what type of content do you add? according to its original niche?

    We don't spin content. We submit an article, as is, to the five or so most contextually relevant, high traffic article directories, manually. We submit an article, as is, to 300++ article directories using Article Marketing Robot...
    So, you submit the same article to the number of directories, do you see the backlinks coming from them after some time? that's all about duplicate content stuff.

    So what's stopping you from building a process map for each set of tasks you need done, then outsourcing it?

    That's about it. Hope this helps...
    I just started outsourcing and hired couple writers full time. Does your staff work at your office or from home? I will appreciate If you give more details about outsourcing and creating process map. Right now its very confusing for me.

    Thanks again!
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    • Hi,

      Originally Posted by Georgian View Post

      Does domain which has been deleted/dropped before retain its PR after next PR update?
      Yes. Google PR and domain authority as perceived by other search engines will be retained once Google updates PR and Google along with other search engines index the homepage and internal pages of the site that's built under the expired/deleted domain upon registration. This is why it's important to gather the backlink profile details of the domain:

      You should ask yourself: Are the backlinks of these domains ones that won't be removed or taken down by the original owner and the webmasters of the linking pages?

      Originally Posted by Georgian View Post

      Do you add original content to these Wordpress sites?
      Yes. Original, contextually relevant content that's useful to the target audience and optimized for search engines...

      Originally Posted by Georgian View Post

      And last, what type of content do you add? according to its original niche?
      Yes, because the expired/deleted domains with high PR and good backlink profiles you should register must also have a domain name that's relevant to your target niche, target keywords, target topics/sub topics and target audiences...

      Originally Posted by Georgian View Post

      So, you submit the same article to the number of directories, do you see the backlinks coming from them after some time?
      Yes...

      Originally Posted by Georgian View Post

      that's all about duplicate content stuff.
      It isn't duplicate content because it's your own content. You have full exclusive rights to syndicate the content on all networks which accept original content submissions for content syndication purposes among other content publishers in and out of their own networks. There is such a thing as over syndication though, we believe, since Google and other search engines won't most likely favor an online content author who syndicates his or her original content all over the Internet, more than he or she publishes original content under his or her own website. This is why we limit AMR submissions to 300++ article directories...

      Originally Posted by Georgian View Post

      I just started outsourcing and hired couple writers full time. Does your staff work at your office or from home?
      Our staff works inhouse, at our main and provincial city offices. Our subcontractors have their own offices where their own staff works on our accounts. Our independent subcontractors work at home. We have more inhouse employees than subcontractors and independent subcontractors. Our independent subcontractors began as our inhouse employees. They requested to work at home, and we changed their contracts from employee contracts to independent subcontracts as soon as we reviewed their overalll performance charts and determined that they are reliable and professional enough to handle work at home duties and responsibilities...

      Originally Posted by Georgian View Post

      I will appreciate If you give more details about outsourcing and creating process map. Right now its very confusing for me.
      Process Map Development

      1. Work on a set of tasks you need done for a day. This should require a skill, experience and knowledge level set that can be usually found in one person. This means don't expect to have an easy time finding a person who can do PHP/AJAX/JavaScript software programming projects, English content writing projects, SEO and backlink building projects, Web development and graphics design projects...

      2. Time yourself...

      3. Take note of your output volume and quality. This will be your daily quota for your offshore/outsourced employees. This daily quota can only go higher, since surely you want to hire people with higher skill, experience and knowledge level sets in specialized areas important for your business, than your own skill, experience and knowledge level sets in those particular areas...

      4. Write down the steps you did to produce the output volume and quality you produced...

      5. Match existing credentials of applicants with the skill, experience and knowledge level set you need, for the person to be able to provide you with output of the same volume and quality as your output...

      6. Assign a final test, paid once approved in terms of strict compliance to your agreed requirements. This test should simulate one day's worth of tasks. Of course, provide the materials you developed in number 4 above as final test guidelines...

      7. Review their final test output. Select the applicants with the best final test output. Review their CVs once again. Hire the person with excellent professionalism, work ethics, most relevant work experience, the best relevant achievements and the most relevant education, based on the credentials outlined on their CVs...

      That's about it. Hope this helps...
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    wow, thanks for that amazing post.
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    • Hi,

      Originally Posted by PinkVelvet View Post

      Thanks for posting this. I read through it carefully and noticed you did leave out one thing. On page SEO is extremely important when it comes to using Wordpress. I always use my keyword in the first sentence of my article as well as other places like in H1 tags and so forth. If you are not good with this, you can use a program like SEO Processor (hope I spelled it right - was trying to remember the program) which is used to calculate your SEO score.
      Thanks for the reminder. Yes, onsite SEO is crucial. Oh, and it's SEOPressor by Daniel Tan, a good friend and business partner. Here are some effective onsite content SEO techniques:

      1. Target four seasonal main keywords, two seasonal secondary keywords and two seasonal LSI keywords for each onsite content page. Seasonal keywords may include keywords like pest control, dehumidifier prices, etc. for summer, winter sports jackets, home entertainment systems, etc. during winter, and so on...

      2. Append each of those four main keywords with a city in the state/region of a country where a good population of your target audience resides. For instance, if your summer keywords are pest control products, organic pesticides, dog tick control and tick remover products, and your target country is the US and your target state is California, then one populous city you can target may be Van Nuys. Then, your four target keywords become pest control products Van Nuys, organic pesticides Van Nuys, dog tick control Van Nuys and tick remover products Van Nuys.

      3. Append each of those two secondary keywords with the state where the city you chose is found. That'd be termite control California and termite prevention California...

      4. Append your two LSI keywords with the country where your chosen state/region is found. That becomes pest removal services US and dog tick removal services US...

      5. Write a 600++-word content page about your target keywords appended with the city, state/region and country. Use your first main target keyword appended with your target city in the title of the content page. Use your second main keyword appended with your target city as an H2 subheader, your third main keyword appended with your target city as an H3 subheader, and your fourth main keyword appended with your target city as an H4 subheader, appearing in that order in your content page. Use your first main keyword appended with your target city in the first sentence of the firt paragraph, in the first sentence of the last paragraph and once anywhere between the first and last paragraphs. Use your second main keyword appended with your target city once in the last sentence of the first paragraph and once in the last sentence of the last paragraph. Mention your third and fourth main keywords once anywhere between the first and last paragraphs. Your subheaders should be bolded...

      6. Use your two secondary keywords appended with your target state/region and your two LSI keywords appended with your target country once anywhere between the first and last paragraphs...

      7. Write informative content with useful facts and info about the city, state and country that's relevant to your main, secondary and LSI keywords. For instance, talk about average humidity and rainpour levels for the past two years in the city, state and country that affect breeding habits and specific pest/tick removal techniques of pests and ticks, as for the example set of keywords we used above. Then, provide useful content that can solve the problems and satisfy the needs of your target audience living in the target city, state and country, about topics and sub topics relevant to your target keywords...

      8. Link your target keywords to relevant internal pages. Link city, state/region and country names to relevant pages under high authority domains, i.e. Wikipedia entries. You can change the attributes of these links so they won't be clicked and take your target viewers away from your site...

      9. Develop a 600++-word onsite page with unique content for your website about each of your target ten to twenty cities in your target three to five states/regions of your one to two target countries. That's a lot of work...

      10. Develop one 1-minute relevant video for each of your content pages. Upload it to your YouTube account dedicated to your site. Embed it on the corresponding content page. Search engines love media-rich content sites. Ensure that you enter a good SEOd title, description and tags for each of your YouTube videos, since this is also a good video marketing technique...

      11. Develop 400 to 500++-word content pages that can serve as effective and useful introductory materials to your more specific, more detailed, more useful onsite content pages. Post these on good Web 2.0 sites and use your target keywords appended with your target cities, states/regions and countries as links pointing to your onsite content pages. Write 400++-word articles, too, then manually submit it to contextually relevant article directories frequently visited by webmasters looking for good content they can syndicate on their contextually relevant sites, for their own target viewers consisting of people also included in your target audiences. Implement the rest of the link wheel plan mentioned above...

      That's it. Hope this helps...
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  • Profile picture of the author LeonelThompson
    A great post, thanks Marx Vergel Melencio, I will try
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      This is great. Its nice to see people actually sharing free valuable information that all of us can benefit from.

      Thank you.
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    Thanks, Marx:

    Your information is super-informative and generous.
    You are an excellent writer as well.
    Will review it again and again.

    Thanks again.

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