Yooo SEO gods,
I just started a new niche site with like 10 articles written from scratch. Each article has 2-3 targeting keywords (more than 1000 search volumes in total).
I typically do my SEO for every individual page and keep a record. I'm just wondering if you guys would actually look at it as ranking for every page or just focus more on juicing up the entire domain.
I realize that I'm spending a bit more money and repeated resources by focusing on per page…and wondering if it's…
I notice that website positions do fluctuate a lot when you stop building backlinks for a period of time. I understand that most SEO guys manage up to 30 or more different affiliate websites with passive income just coming in every month.
But how do you guys continue to maintain all website positions after doing all the big backlinks to get to page 1?
I posted 3 articles yesterday on my Buzzfeed account and found out today that everything including my profile was taken down.
I was going to use it either as a parasite or to link back to my main sites. All articles were manually written and I did not drop any links yet to my main site except linking out to sources like wikipedia.
Any idea why this happened?
Hi BHW gods,
So I've been using various web 2.0 platforms (both expired and new with tiered links) to point to my money pages. These would be stuff like WordPress, Weebly, Wix etc.
I noticed that usually my Weebly pages does not seem to be indexed when I use "site:mysite.com" on Google. On the other hand, my wordpress pages would index easier after pointing a bit of links to it.
So I have 2 questions:
1) Do I need my weebly pages to show on "site:mysite.com" in order for the link juice…