What would you do with a $1000 Seo - Link Building Budget ?

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Basically I'm already up a couple of $k on a new 10 month old site I was looking to improve my rankings on harder keywords with a $600-1k monthly budget.

Most of my articles are targeting lower volume keywords best xyz widgets 2013 , blue xyz widgets and so on you get the idea. So the harder keywords are already in the title.

I've done all the "kind" of crappy links high pr blog posts , social sharing links , no follow youtube , slideshare , yahoo answers, related forum posts bla bla bla.

Was looking to get some high pr relevant domains and build my own private network but just can't seem to find the right domain names and fake-pr is just all over the place.

I'm looking to find a way or someone to get pr2+(pages) ultra-relevant links to each article (all 130 pages and growing) with a mix of more natural ( basically naked url 30-40%) and a low ratio of targeted vs non targeted keywords.

This is kind of a hard task to do by yourself when you post daily and I already have 130 articles to cover and some other maintenance, site fixes , 301 redirecting wrong backlinks, webmastertool watching , conversion , page tracking , page editing , posting you name it .

I've got a few top 3 positions and alot of lower page 1 and top page 2 rankings.

This is kind of a big boy niche but its possible as I am seeing a high roi when my articles pop top page 1 rankings for a few hours.

Please do not p.m me offers I will not answer.

If you have some value to add , add it here please and I might get in touch.
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  • Profile picture of the author rjames
    Build your own private high PR network...PM me if you need to know how...
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    • Profile picture of the author TheFBGuy
      Hard to answer without knowing your niche and competition, but if it really is a "big boy niche", then not much to be honest. Great press releases cost quite a bit, high PR domains cost quiet a bit, etc.

      I know $600 - $1k seems like a lot of money, but when you compare it to other budgets... then its pennies so, everything is "relative". PM me your niche/keywords/site if you wish for in depth analysis.
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  • Profile picture of the author GodMode52
    Use ''lower quality'' links to diluite your anchor text diversity and go ahead paying someone/buying guestposts with your targteted anchors. That's the only viable way to get niche relevant backlinks keeping a decent looking backlink profile without spending xx,xxx.
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  • Profile picture of the author Mike Anthony
    Like FB said hard to say not knowing the niche and the competition. Also not clear on your budget. You say a $1000 in one spot and then also say $600 up monthly. IF you have a monthly budget then I would definitely say build a network. Time might come this year or next when you will no longer be able to build one with aged domains. You can both use the network to rank and if the content is good enough on them also trade/exchange backlinks with others inthe niche leveraging the network further.
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    • Profile picture of the author Syed Ray
      Build your own high Page Rank network. Page rank not necessarily the main factor of a high authority private blog network. You need to find domains/websites that have high domain authority as well as high page authority using the SEOMOZ metrics.
      PM me if you need help building it.
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    • Profile picture of the author run
      Originally Posted by Mike Anthony View Post

      Like FB said hard to say not knowing the niche and the competition. Also not clear on your budget. You say a $1000 in one spot and then also say $600 up monthly. IF you have a monthly budget then I would definitely say build a network. Time might come this year or next when you will no longer be able to build one with aged domains. You can both use the network to rank and if the content is good enough on them also trade/exchange backlinks with others inthe niche leveraging the network further.
      Originally Posted by Syed Ray View Post

      Build your own high Page Rank network. Page rank not necessarily the main factor of a high authority private blog network. You need to find domains/websites that have high domain authority as well as high page authority using the SEOMOZ metrics.
      PM me if you need help building it.
      I have some issue about building PBN:
      - Does PBN sites should focus on general topic or specific one. I mean should they only focus on weight loss if we want to link to our weight loss money site? Alternatively, should PBN sites could have different articles which are different focusing niches each and link to various niches money sites.
      - How to properly choose the domains such as names?
      - Which is better in term of hosting f.e. host on different shared hosts and host in one host with different c class ip?
      - How many sites in PBN we should have at minimum?

      Thanks.
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      • Profile picture of the author rjames
        Originally Posted by run View Post

        I have some issue about building PBN:
        - Does PBN sites should focus on general topic or specific one. I mean should they only focus on weight loss if we want to link to our weight loss money site? Alternatively, should PBN sites could have different articles which are different focusing niches each and link to various niches money sites.
        - How to properly choose the domains such as names?
        - Which is better in term of hosting f.e. host on different shared hosts and host in one host with different c class ip?
        - How many sites in PBN we should have at minimum?

        Thanks.
        -the more specific the network to your money site the better, but personally I like to make them broad so I can use the PR sites for multiple money sites. For example, if my money site is about weight lose, I would build a health related PR network instead of a weight lose network so that that i can spread the love to other sites that are health related.

        -the domain names mean absolutely nothing, contrary to popular belief. You can buy tastyapples.com and make the site about shoes...the domain name just doesn't matter.

        -lots of hosting options...just host your PR domains on seperate Class Cs...i use SEOhost

        -the number of sites in your PR network will depend on the competition...sometimes 1 PR5 link will shoot your site to the first page, while other times it can take several...you just have to know how to analyze the competition to determine what its gonna take...

        PM me if you want...
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      • Profile picture of the author Syed Ray
        Originally Posted by run View Post

        I have some issue about building PBN:
        - Does PBN sites should focus on general topic or specific one. I mean should they only focus on weight loss if we want to link to our weight loss money site? Alternatively, should PBN sites could have different articles which are different focusing niches each and link to various niches money sites.
        - How to properly choose the domains such as names?
        - Which is better in term of hosting f.e. host on different shared hosts and host in one host with different c class ip?
        - How many sites in PBN we should have at minimum?

        Thanks.
        PBN websites does not need to be focused on a general topic. The main reason for a PBN website to be based on a general topic is to avoid penalties by manual reviews. If Google worker comes up on your website and notices dozens of outbound links that makes no sense what so ever, they will deindex the website or penalize it. Trust me it happened to me.

        I don't understand what you mean by the domain names but if you are trying to mean that is it necessary to rank a website, not really. It has a great factor at the beginning in terms of ranking, but once you have several backlinks it's more or less no difference.

        I would avoid seo hosts honestly, since google is keeping an eye on those. If they decide to deindex certain seohosts it would mean your PBN is gone.

        I would start off with 25 sites for a fair test minimum. But it depends on the competition of your keyword honestly and the metrics of your website.
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  • Profile picture of the author run
    Thanks!

    Just to be clear:
    - I meaned if I have 5 money sites, niche 1 is insurance, 2 is health, 3 is relationship, 4 is education and 5 is fashion, could I have either have articles for insurance, health, relationship, education, and fashion in one site?

    - I mean the name of the domains. For instance, a domain called nptvrum.com, does it make sense to buy the names like this because it has real PR and links?

    - Host on normal multiple hosts or one SEO hosts for PBN sites?
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    • Profile picture of the author rjames
      Originally Posted by run View Post

      Thanks!

      Just to be clear:
      - I meaned if I have 5 money sites, niche 1 is insurance, 2 is health, 3 is relationship, 4 is education and 5 is fashion, could I have either have articles for insurance, health, relationship, education, and fashion in one site?

      - I mean the name of the domains. For instance, a domain called nptvrum.com, does it make sense to buy the names like this because it has real PR and links?

      - Host on normal multiple hosts or one SEO hosts for PBN sites?
      You can do that, but your links aren't going to be near as powerful because they won't be relevant...

      Yes, you are after strong/healthy domains...the domain name doesn't matter...

      As of right now, separate IPs/unique Class Cs on 1 host is fine...if that changes in the future, simply move your sites...that simple....
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      • Profile picture of the author HanifQ
        Hey AmazonGuy, I have 3 suggestions regarding how to get high authority links based on my experience....

        1) Use Ereleases(com) to submit to their Tier 1 news distribution network, which will get you lots of targeted media placements, and if your press release is well written with a nice hook, it can get you additional coverage from journalists around the world (by the way, I'm not affiliated with Ereleases in any way, I just think they have an awesome PR service).

        2) Outsource guestblogging via a service like GuestBlogged(com) or another provider that manually goes out and finds, contacts, writes and places your guest posts on targeted sites (this shouldn't cost you more than $100 per guest post, and you should insist on decent pagerank blogs with a 'Mozrank' of 3+ and a decent Alexa ranking)

        3) Build a private blog network like many others suggested, but the only thing I would like to add is that your outbound links should be kept low, especially on the homepage. I would keep it under 10, with a mix of two-three super high authority sites in your niche. Other than that the relevance can be 'categorical', not necessarily specific (so 'Kitchen' category works fine if your specific niche is 'small appliances'....or 'Home improvement' is fine for 'air tools')

        I believe, the combination of a High Quality Press Release on a Tier 1 Distribution Network + Targeted Guest Posts + Quality Private Mini Network is pretty much the formula to dominate most niches via SEO (with the exception of the hyper-competitive ones).

        Hope this helps you out!
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    • Profile picture of the author Mike Anthony
      Originally Posted by run View Post

      I have some issue about building PBN:
      - Does PBN sites should focus on general topic or specific one. I mean should they only focus on weight loss if we want to link to our weight loss money site?
      If they are your sites and thats the niche you make money on then of course have some of them be specific. All of them don't have to be because its quite natural for sites to get links here and there out of their niche.


      - How to properly choose the domains such as names?
      Domains do not matter. We have all seen made up names that are company names that do quite fine in any niche. Unless the name is obviously supposed to be about something else. Downwithgeorgebush.com would look strange being about surfung in Hawaii

      Which is better in term of hosting f.e. host on different shared hosts
      Yes forget about SEO hosting. They not only can be targeed they HAVE been targeted. People right here on this forum have been hit just for being on a SEO Host - Too many networks sharing the same IPs


      Originally Posted by rjames View Post

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      -the domain names mean absolutely nothing, contrary to popular belief. You can buy tastyapples.com and make the site about shoes.
      Unless you can tie in apples to shoes (which IS possible) thats overstating it. You have to build your sites to withstand manual review and that would look extremely odd and put together with some strange anchor text links would very well result in a deindexed site.

      lots of hosting options...just host your PR domains on separate Class Cs...i use SEOhost
      Get em out of there if you ever own some high PR domains you have put cash into. Seo hosting has been dangerous for over a year now.

      Originally Posted by run View Post

      Thanks!

      Just to be clear:
      - I meaned if I have 5 money sites, niche 1 is insurance, 2 is health, 3 is relationship, 4 is education and 5 is fashion, could I have either have articles for insurance, health, relationship, education, and fashion in one site?
      I would not do that unless I tied them together like making it a site about families (then you could cover them all easily) or a general bloggers site with articles with I and me. If not then use some of your network for one niche and others for another one. You never want every single site on your network pointing to the same site or you end up with a footprint.

      I mean the name of the domains. For instance, a domain called nptvrum.com, does it make sense to buy the names like this because it has real PR and links?
      Totally. Most aged domains with Pr are like that and are easy to turn into anything you want

      Host on normal multiple hosts or one SEO hosts for PBN sites?
      Multiple - Its been quite a headache so I will mention that there is a multi locational solution I am working with that will be released to the public this week (first to my students) but even besides that Google has FAAAAAR more ways of tracking where sites are than just IP (and SEO hosts just have too many SEO networks that come under scrutiny on the same IPs) so either way regardless of the headache you should go multiple locations and boxes on different server networks.
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      • Profile picture of the author rjames
        I have private hosting accounts...not shared...never been hit and won't change until I need to...
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        • Profile picture of the author Mike Anthony
          Originally Posted by rjames View Post

          I have private hosting accounts...not shared...never been hit and won't change until I need to...
          Your funeral mate. Do whatever you want. The facts are there are various other ways that Google can tell you are on the same box even with dedicated IPs. Different Ips are not worthless but they are not the be all and end all.

          as for not changing until you need to - you must not have much of a network or don't understand that when you find out you need to it will be too late. I know of no serious network owner with high authority domains that would want to wait to get deindexed first but if you have money to waste or have nothing much invested in your network then I can understand
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          • Profile picture of the author rjames
            Originally Posted by Mike Anthony View Post

            Your funeral mate. Do whatever you want. The facts are there are various other ways that Google can tell you are on the same box even with dedicated IPs. Different Ips are not worthless but they are not the be all and end all.

            as for not changing until you need to - you must not have much of a network or don't understand that when you find out you need to it will be too late. I know of no serious network owner with high authority domains that would want to wait to get deindexed first but if you have money to waste or have nothing much invested in your network then I can understand
            the fact is there is zero way to hide if they want to find you...people get so lost in the weeds and scared to do anything because of all the what ifs...its working now and money isnt a problem for me...ill buy more if i need to...

            you are right...my network is small because the way I do things I only need a couple of PR5 links to make first page so I don't need a huge network to rank a few hundred niche sites (the huge networks are the real targets anyway...not the small players like me)...but if they get smacked eventually, fine...ill buy more and do it differently next time and move my money site to a new domain...not a big deal...
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      • Profile picture of the author run
        Originally Posted by Mike Anthony View Post

        If they are your sites and thats the niche you make money on then of course have some of them be specific. All of them don't have to be because its quite natural for sites to get links here and there out of their niche.




        Domains do not matter. We have all seen made up names that are company names that do quite fine in any niche. Unless the name is obviously supposed to be about something else. Downwithgeorgebush.com would look strange being about surfung in Hawaii



        Yes forget about SEO hosting. They not only can be targeed they HAVE been targeted. People right here on this forum have been hit just for being on a SEO Host - Too many networks sharing the same IPs




        Unless you can tie in apples to shoes (which IS possible) thats overstating it. You have to build your sites to withstand manual review and that would look extremely odd and put together with some strange anchor text links would very well result in a deindexed site.



        Get em out of there if you ever own some high PR domains you have put cash into. Seo hosting has been dangerous for over a year now.



        I would not do that unless I tied them together like making it a site about families (then you could cover them all easily) or a general bloggers site with articles with I and me. If not then use some of your network for one niche and others for another one. You never want every single site on your network pointing to the same site or you end up with a footprint.



        Totally. Most aged domains with Pr are like that and are easy to turn into anything you want



        Multiple - Its been quite a headache so I will mention that there is a multi locational solution I am working with that will be released to the public this week (first to my students) but even besides that Google has FAAAAAR more ways of tracking where sites are than just IP (and SEO hosts just have too many SEO networks that come under scrutiny on the same IPs) so either way regardless of the headache you should go multiple locations and boxes on different server networks.
        Thanks Mike, you've cleared up my mind.
        Still a little bit confused about content on my PBN sites. Here the story:

        I have 5 money sites, all of them are completely in unrelated different niches.

        I have a PBN which is consisting of 34 sites. How could I properly use these PBN sites to rank/link to all my 5 Money Sites.

        Thanks!
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        • Profile picture of the author Mike Anthony
          Originally Posted by run View Post

          I have a PBN which is consisting of 34 sites. How could I properly use these PBN sites to rank/link to all my 5 Money Sites.

          Thanks!
          Can't go into various ways here except to tell you you just can't link from all of them to the same sites over and over again or you will leave a definite footprint.
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        • Profile picture of the author EdwardDennis
          Originally Posted by run View Post

          Thanks Mike, you've cleared up my mind.
          Still a little bit confused about content on my PBN sites. Here the story:

          I have 5 money sites, all of them are completely in unrelated different niches.

          I have a PBN which is consisting of 34 sites. How could I properly use these PBN sites to rank/link to all my 5 Money Sites.

          Thanks!
          Trade with other people who have PBN.
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    • Profile picture of the author Joseph Then
      Originally Posted by run View Post

      Just to be clear:
      - I meaned if I have 5 money sites, niche 1 is insurance, 2 is health, 3 is relationship, 4 is education and 5 is fashion, could I have either have articles for insurance, health, relationship, education, and fashion in one site?
      Other than having niche blogs to cover each of your niches, you can also have a general blog with categories like: finance, family, health, society to cover all of your 5 money sites.

      Variety is important.
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  • Profile picture of the author roneidaselva
    thousand dollar budget is enough for seo if niche do not have high competition. You need a guy who can increase authority and reputation of your website. You must needed of diversity links.
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  • Profile picture of the author Hansons
    I would say that spend this money slowly, spend $50 and see if it is able to give you earning or not, if any method is giving you benefit you should stick with that..

    I would say..
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  • Profile picture of the author Backlinko
    I'd spend almost 100% of the 1k on content development and email outreach.

    1. First, make an awesome guide in your niche (not a blog post, a ridiculously comprehensive guide).

    Here are some examples:

    The Advanced Guide to Content Marketing
    https://www.helpscout.net/customer-acquisition/

    2. Leverage this content with broken link building and email outreach. This is the big boy stuff your competitors are probably doing.

    If you scale this you can get some absolutely phenomenal links.
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    • Profile picture of the author online only
      Originally Posted by Backlinko View Post

      I'd spend almost 100% of the 1k on content development and email outreach.

      1. First, make an awesome guide in your niche (not a blog post, a ridiculously comprehensive guide).

      Here are some examples:

      The Advanced Guide to Content Marketing
      https://www.helpscout.net/customer-acquisition/

      2. Leverage this content with broken link building and email outreach. This is the big boy stuff your competitors are probably doing.

      If you scale this you can get some absolutely phenomenal links.
      Can't agree more lol. I did something similar with my blogging related website. I thought that I would write something 2000+ words about HTML codes n stuff to make one page look really comprehensive. However, as I'm not a HTML expert I felt that I should outsource it. Anyhow, I stumbleuponed to expireddomains.net and scraped a content from a website that was up and running around 2008. It had unique and really comprehensive guide about HTML. I quickly checked whether this content is still somewhere online, but nope. It only existed on web.archive.org.

      So i quickly uploaded the same guide to my site. At the end of the article I put something like: "This was made by blabla from balbla.com" - I just gave him credit for this article to be more "ethical".

      And it turns out that was great idea. I quickly did some outreaching and sent out some e-mails to webmasters who had broken links to HTML tutorials and I ended up gathering handful of PR4-PR6 links.
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      • Profile picture of the author Backlinko
        Originally Posted by online only View Post

        Can't agree less lol. I did something similar with my blogging related website. I thought that I would write something 2000+ words about HTML codes n stuff to make one page look really comprehensive. However, as I'm not a HTML expert I felt that I should outsource it. Anyhow, I stumbleuponed to expireddomains.net and scraped a content from a website that was up and running around 2008. It had unique and really comprehensive guide about HTML. I quickly checked whether this content is still somewhere online, but nope. It only existed on web.archive.org.

        So i quickly uploaded the same guide to my site. At the end of the article I put something like: "This was made by blabla from balbla.com" - I just gave him credit for this article to be more "ethical".

        And it turns out that was great idea. I quickly did some outreaching and sent out some e-mails to webmasters who had broken links to HTML tutorials and I ended up gathering handful of PR4-PR6 links.
        I think you meant to say that you couldn't agree more. This sounds like a similar approach.
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  • Profile picture of the author Monja
    In my eyes you can invest the money best into high quality content - if at all. From my experience, short cuts usually don't work and I consider any back link building which happens not that naturally as shortcuts.
    I don't mean that bad in any way but think about this:
    you do some back linking - rather it gets approved or not but in the end your links can be removed at any time.
    your content is your own. once it's there it's there for good. so if you find some people writing highest quality content with valuable how-to tutorials, etc. you get readers from search engines which is, in the end, SEO but long-term.
    so if i had that money to invest i´d work on content, content and more content.
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    • Profile picture of the author AmazonGuy
      Sorry for the delay but I was baptizing my first born son today .

      I'm going to be shelling out $600 up to maximum $1000 per month ( if I can do something kick ass) NOT a one off thing. Or I just won't do it.

      So basically I have someone helping out thats building high pr links + blog posts but these are unrelated sites.

      My site is already biggish and I cover alot of categories on my specific niche which means having a few high pr links here and there will need some time to sink in all over the site and will need more time then a 5-10 page site or just pure volume.

      Relevance is key especially high-pr high-authority sites , thats what I'm mostly leaned on doing ( actually I do some things here and there but as I said my time is limited).

      My content is good (not as good as lets say tomshardware as they cover every single detail for just one product on 15-25 pages) but for 800-3000 words me and my writer produce ,as I am not a novice in my niche its just enough to get you hooked and get all the info in a "summarized" version.

      The niche is computers-gaming-electronics and the sites I'm up to are basically tomshardware , overclock.net , a new guy on the block (10 month old site with a 2k backlinks profile all relevant backlinks) , alittle squidoo here and there , cnet , top ten reviews , alittle amazon here and there and some other sites you see in alot of similar searches ( big brand review site).
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      • Profile picture of the author Backlinko
        Originally Posted by AmazonGuy View Post



        So basically I have someone helping out thats building high pr links + blog posts but these are unrelated sites.
        You're on the right track with your budget and approach...but I'd be very careful about getting too many links from unrelated sites.

        There's already evidence that this was a Penguin signal:


        And I expect them to use this as a way of separating real and phony link profiles for Penguin 2.0.

        So I'd be very weary of focusing on "high PR" links.

        If you look at the link profiles of "real sites" you'll notice that no more than 25% of their links come from unrelated sites.

        Obviously you can have some oddballs in there...but I wouldn't make that the cornerstone of your link building approach.
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        • Profile picture of the author ilee
          Originally Posted by Backlinko View Post

          You're on the right track with your budget and approach...but I'd be very careful about getting too many links from unrelated sites.

          There's already evidence that this was a Penguin signal:


          And I expect them to use this as a way of separating real and phony link profiles for Penguin 2.0.

          So I'd be very weary of focusing on "high PR" links.

          If you look at the link profiles of "real sites" you'll notice that no more than 25% of their links come from unrelated sites.

          Obviously you can have some oddballs in there...but I wouldn't make that the cornerstone of your link building approach.
          Interesting. Any chance you can let us know what the source is for the graph? Or are they just your own sites/research?
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  • Profile picture of the author seosemsearch
    Linking Google+ Authorship to your articles will give it a boost in rankings:
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    If your website is a business website, then linking it to a Google+ Business Page will also boost rankings:
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    • Profile picture of the author AmazonGuy
      It won't give you a boost in rankings ( other than personalized results if users have you in circles) if your profile isnt relevant to the topic you have a good author rank + that is one of the things you should have done from step one. Please man get life or at least read the thread before posting.
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    • Profile picture of the author AmazonGuy
      I have contacted backlinko, because he writes pretty good replies here at the forums and imo knows what he is doing.

      His idea is good and not one of the traditional methods but I think its not result driven its kind of luck sometimes with these kind of methods , you can hit the jackpot and get thousands of great links or hit a brick wall with a -roi (I've saved his name-price-method in a .txt file for later down the road as I think its just alittle to early for the site to got that far).

      I would prefer splitting up the money to get around 50-100 articles (all depending on the costs of the content) and guest post on relevant sites that allow it for a start . (99% effective)

      It all comes down to what you expect to get back from your investment imo and the right timing.
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  • Profile picture of the author TrustedSEO
    Hi,

    I always advise others to spend a small portion of your budget on content. Hire yourself an affordable content writer, and use that content to create unique, quality link tiers. I've seen this process lead to some pretty serious gains.

    thanks for the information provided above guys, interesting stuff..


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    I wouldn't bother getting links just for the sale of getting links. If I had $1000 I would spend $800 of that that hiring writers, graphic artists, and videographers to create awesome content, reports, ebooks, infographics, videos, etc. which I would then share on social sites (FB, Twitter, YT, Reddit, Pinterest, etc), guest blogs, Kindle (if I had an ebook report), and various other sites where you can post user-generated content.

    The $200 I would spend on press releases.
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