Hey Guys, before I start, this might seem like a real amateur move, because I am infact.. an amateur.
I've been using eToro for about 6 months and made about 50% profits total but I get the feeling this isn't a very well used platform or there's gotta be some reason I don't hear of anybody using it on here. I follow a lot of decent traders on here, but I never see which platform they use.
If I was looking to invest a couple of hundred a month, what would you suggest?
I used to use HostGator years ago, possibly 10 or so? They were always great back in the day.
Long story short, I signed up to a basic hosting package with them for $20 last night. The following information was very well hidden during the checkout process, but ultimately they want $107 per year to renew the hosting, ahaha.
Also, because I used PayPal to pay, they want a copy of my passport to start the refund process. Yeah, i'm not giving my passport to some hosting company, that's like me…
So i'm starting a health niche blog and i've spent the week looking for a non-spammed to crap expired or auction domain with a suitable name. Long story short, I can't find anything.
I did, however, find 2 really strong, un-relevant domains with a very non-specific anchor text profiles. All of the links are the name of the site/ brand. I was thinking about two ideas and I need feedback to see if they are just stupid or not.
1) Build the site on it anyway.
2) Buy a relevant…
I'm starting a new journey thread soon, I have a decent domain with generic anchor texts that could be used to do anything with really.
I have about 4 niche site ideas, all different topics (Appliances, Health, Home, Sports).
Here's my problem, what to do with them.
1. Create one website with 4 sections, one for each niche above and have one huge multi-topic site. Sports link to the sports section, etc.
2. Pick a niche and stick with it, for example, a huge sports blog.
So i've been making PBN's for a while now and i've always made sure that each of my sites have atleast 5,000 words of either fresh, dropped or readable/spun content on it.
Somebody asked me why the other day and I didn't have a reason, it's kind of an arbitrary number I pulled out of my ass.
How much content does your PBN have on it, on average? Curious really, wether I should have more or less, again, on average.
Hey guys, I want to advertise the metrics of a few of my sites to a buyer.
The problem I'm having is which metric to display as I want to be honest but also provide accurate information when it comes to majestic TF/ CF.
Root TF: 15
Root CF: 19
URL TF: 24
URL CF: 26
The URL is higher here (which I've noticed seems quite normal), so should I use this metric?
But then wouldn't root be more of an accurate metric to gauge the whole site performance?