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Re: similarity to Rapid Niche Profits guide?
« Reply #15 on: June 18, 2013, 10:25:40 AM »
We don't really have a "goal" we are a service. We build niche sites. There is a list at http://www.nichejet.com/ that shows what you get with your order. Our goal is always to set our customers up for success, but above all we simply provide a service. Many of the sites we've built are ranking though. And yes, you can target many different keywords with different URL's in the same niche if you like. yes, you can use EMD's with or without dashes.
« Last Edit: June 19, 2013, 06:04:05 AM by Josh Spaulding »

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Re: similarity to Rapid Niche Profits guide?
« Reply #16 on: June 18, 2013, 05:40:25 PM »
Do you have an example of a Niche Jet site that has dashes in the name that ranks high in Google? I can't seen to find any.

Re: similarity to Rapid Niche Profits guide?
« Reply #17 on: June 19, 2013, 06:04:49 AM »
We do not release the domains of our customers, but we have dashed versions ranking, yes. It's always best to use an EMD though... they do rank higher, at least initially, but they are not always available.

Re: similarity to Rapid Niche Profits guide?
« Reply #18 on: June 19, 2013, 06:30:03 AM »
We do not release the domains of our customers, but we have dashed versions ranking, yes. It's always best to use an EMD without dashes though... they do rank higher, at least initially, but they are not always available.

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Re: similarity to Rapid Niche Profits guide?
« Reply #19 on: June 19, 2013, 01:09:18 PM »
I found a niche jet web site with the keyword phrase in the name totally by accident from a recent review of niche jet and will not say the name here for privacy and wow, it's on page 1 of google, actually several posts are there for the same keyword phrase.

The weird thing is I used the Google keyword tool and got the exact match local and global search values for it and there are no values, just "-". Why is that? I would think it would be at least 500 global searches.


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Re: similarity to Rapid Niche Profits guide?
« Reply #20 on: June 19, 2013, 01:32:41 PM »
I finally made some time to read rapid niche profits.  It is well written and I recommend it to anybody that is just starting out or to anybody that is struggling to get their sites ranked on the first page.

I wish something like this had been available in 2006, after Traffic Equalizer type sites crashed and I had to relearn how to build sites that would rank.  :)  Finding goods keywords was the hardest thing for me to learn to do after TE.  When you are building 1000 sites a month keyword selection is not important.  But if you are only building a site a day, keyword selection becomes critical.

Learning how to find good keywords is the most important thing you can do and yet can be the hardest thing to learn.  Josh does an excellent job of covering this.

I find that articles with 60% original content work as well as those with 100% original content.  Not nitpicking, it just takes less work to achieve 60% than 75%.  :)

I don't recommend using your keyword for your anchor text as much as Josh does in this report, especially with EMD domains.  I suspect Josh doesn't recommend using keyword text as much today but just hasn't had time to update the report inline with today's requirements.

I would not use the keyword as the anchor text more than 10% with an EMD domain, nor more than 30% with a non-EMD.  I use LSI keywords more today than I did two years ago.

I had an EMD site that sit in #1 slot for three years using 50% keyword anchor text.  December last year it dropped to #288.  I have added enough random links to reduce that percentage to 18% keyword text links and the site returned to the #5 slot this month.  I am adding 200 random links each month to the site and expect to overtake the #1 position again by the end of this year.

EMD's are not as important as they were when this report was written.  You can achieve almost the same thing in ranking today with nichedomain.com/keyword/keyword.html as you can with exactmatchdomain.com.  I still prefer to use an EMD if it is available but I no longer pass up good keyword phrases by if an EMD is not available.

One advantage of using nichedomainname.com is that you can build it into an authority site for the niche if it does make you money.  I suspect that authority sites will rank better in the future than thin sites.  It appears to me Google is moving into that direction.

Link building is the second most important thing you can do in today's world.  I spend 50% of my time on linking building.  I used automated tools for a lot of the link building but I ensure the articles used are at least 60% original, even for Tier 2 link building.  In case I did not make it clear, I believe keyword research is the most important thing you can do in site building.

I've got to think about that 100 exact match searches per month.  My guidelines have been 500 exact match searches per month.  It seems as if I may have passed up many money making opportunities by setting my standards too high.  :)

Also don't forget Bing and Yahoo as search engines.  I earn almost as money from them as I do Google and it is much easier to get a #1 slot on them than Google.  Sites that rank #6-#10 on Google for me rank #1 in Bing and Yahoo.

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Re: similarity to Rapid Niche Profits guide?
« Reply #21 on: June 19, 2013, 02:06:29 PM »
Thanks for sharing that edseward. Can I ask you what you are using for link building tools?

I've used SENukeX CR but don't subscribe anymore and now using GSA SER and after months of tiered link building not getting anywhere with that to and I use highly spun unique content.

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Re: similarity to Rapid Niche Profits guide?
« Reply #22 on: June 19, 2013, 05:31:12 PM »
I am fortunate that I bought the SENuke life time license when it was offered.  So it is the backbone of my automation efforts.

I recently bought Licorne AIO lifetime license for the additional back link sources.  It is not as good as SENuke for link building since it does not do a good job with Tier 1 domains at this point.  They are working on adding Tier1 sites to their network but it is not ready yet.

I have not used it enough to really rate it but I like what I see.  I like that it does more than just create back links.  And it is extremely cheap at this point in time.  I could buy 20 lifetime licenses for it with what I paid for the SENuke license.

For more manual operation I use a lot of the software that was created by Incansoft.com.  It is very inexpensive, especially when you buy it from one of the sales they offer each year.  This provides different sources for back links than is offered by SENuke.

I also use SEO Link Robot.  It came out before SENuke. Again it provides different sources for back links.

I was a member of Article Marketing Automation for a long time.  I was an original member and had unlimited back linking with them.  I cancelled my membership with them when they gained so many members that their service had slowed down to being almost unusable.  So I was not a member when Google came down so hard on link networks.  However during the time I was with them I had excellent results for the back links from their site.

Currently my most effective back link source is 53 sites I own and operate as a private blog network.  They get me to the first page of Google, all the other methods help me stay there plus advance up the first page. 

I believe in having a wide variety of back link sources.  I would not limit myself to just or or two, such as article directories, profile posts, etc.

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Re: similarity to Rapid Niche Profits guide?
« Reply #23 on: June 19, 2013, 08:25:23 PM »
Thanks edseward. Have you tried GSA SER? It's cheap but had to use because there are so many different settings.

I'm running tiered campaigns now but not having much success.

What would be your second choice of automated software after SENukeX CR?

I read Licorne AIO is really bad. Have you looked at Ultimate Demon?

Do you have a guide on how you set up your blog network?

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Re: similarity to Rapid Niche Profits guide?
« Reply #24 on: June 21, 2013, 06:14:09 AM »
Josh,

Are the Link Building sources and your technique mentioned in the GREAT "Rapid Niche Profits" guide still good for building more back links to a Niche Jet site when I order 1 or more?

Thanks

Re: similarity to Rapid Niche Profits guide?
« Reply #25 on: June 21, 2013, 07:02:25 AM »
Josh,

Are the Link Building sources and your technique mentioned in the GREAT "Rapid Niche Profits" guide still good for building more back links to a Niche Jet site when I order 1 or more?

Thanks

Yes, it's similar to what we're doing with the NJ sites.

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Re: similarity to Rapid Niche Profits guide?
« Reply #26 on: June 22, 2013, 06:04:40 PM »
Had anyone tried DeepLinkerPro as recommended in the RNP guide for creating more backlinks? Did a search on the web and looks like it got mixed reviews.

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Re: similarity to Rapid Niche Profits guide?
« Reply #27 on: June 23, 2013, 07:44:19 AM »
Had anyone tried DeepLinkerPro as recommended in the RNP guide for creating more backlinks? Did a search on the web and looks like it got mixed reviews.

I haven't tried it but you can't always go by reviews written on the internet.  Often people have problems with software because they are too lazy to read the manuals and learn how the software works.  Many are also too impatient, expecting to see results the first day they use the software.  In SEO it is rare to receive immediate results and if you do receive immediate results they usually do not last too long.

Does the software have a trial version or trial period to use it?  If it does then try it and see for yourself.  Take the time to learn how to use it properly and then give it time to achieve the results you want.

I see many people knocking SENuke these days.  I bought it when it first came out.  I took the time to learn how to use it and I joined a membership site that teaches the best tricks for using it.  The site owners experiments with different ways to use the software and reports on his results.  I don't have the time to do this so I am very happy to pay him the membership fee to gain his knowledge.  So I have great results with SENuke.

So I suggest you see if they offer a trial version or a money back guarantee and try it for yourself.  I doubt that Josh would have recommended it had it not worked for him.

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Re: similarity to Rapid Niche Profits guide?
« Reply #28 on: June 23, 2013, 08:08:33 AM »
Thanks Andrew,

I had SENukeX for 1 3/4 years and didn't seem to do anything for my main sites even though I varied the templates used.

But if you said you are having success with it, can you tell me the membership site you joined to get the best tips and tricks to using it for backlinks?

Actually I think Josh owns DeepLinkerPro, the site he sent me to had his name on it.

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Re: similarity to Rapid Niche Profits guide?
« Reply #29 on: June 23, 2013, 08:43:02 AM »
Thanks Andrew,

I had SENukeX for 1 3/4 years and didn't seem to do anything for my main sites even though I varied the templates used.

But if you said you are having success with it, can you tell me the membership site you joined to get the best tips and tricks to using it for backlinks?

Actually I think Josh owns DeepLinkerPro, the site he sent me to had his name on it.


I'm not Andrew.  :)

The first site I used closed down after two years.  The site I currently use is http://www.zontseo.com/.  It is very inexpensive if you buy an annual membership.   He also offers free information on the site but you need to be a member to get everything.  I don't know if he offers a trial membership but if he doesn't, email and ask for one.  Just don't quote me telling you to do this. :)

I always do this when I am interested in something that does not offer a trial period.  Sometimes it works and sometimes it doesn't.  But it costs nothing to ask.  :)

Exactly what do you expect from back linking software?  All it can do is create back links on sites you do not own in order to increase your search engine position.  Since a major factor in back linking is the quality and number of other sites that link to your site you need a back linking program to get your site on the first page of Google and keep it there.

SENuke does not provide money directly to you, it helps to keep your site on the first page in Google and hopefully in one of the first five positions on that first page of Google.  You can do the same thing manually but it does take longer. 

The key for me in using SENuke was to use semi-original articles and to use constant back linking for my sites.  On new sites I aim to add 300 new back links per month.  After the site hits the first page of Google I cut that back to 100 new back links per month.  I set my back link programs to run 10 days so it adds a few new links each day. 

Another key that many do not do is to ping the sites where your links are created so that Google finds that site and your link.  It doesn't do much good if you create a link on a site but Google never finds that site so never sees your link.

As I stated, I know nothing about DeepLinkerPro.  I have never used it nor have I every researched it.