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Real SEO Example

Posted By Eli On May 10, 2007 @ 11:49 pm In General Articles | 162 Comments

Every so often I get an Email from someone who instead of having a question or comment they give me a url and ask me to give them SEO advice on it. I normally don’t respond to these emails other than maybe a quick “did you have a specific question” type response. It’s not because I don’t want to or I take any offense to it, in fact its the complete opposite. Sorry to say I just don’t have the time to do full blown SEO analysis jobs for people. It’s not that I don’t want to, trust me I do, its just that I’m not one of those SEO bloggers whose career is blogging about SEO. I’m in the thick of it just like you guys are; day in and day out. I’m out there doing the techniques I talk about on this site everyday. Thats my job, and there’s no shortage of it. However, every once in awhile I’ll hit a gem. One of those unique situations that I can’t help but mole it around in my mind. One such example came to me last week by a reader here who was referred to by [1] Jon Waraas(excellent blog; check out), and I think it could apply to a lot of other people in the same situation. He was kind and patient enough to allow me to publicize my response in an effort to help out others. So out of the usual context I’m going to take this example and show you all exactly what I would do in his situation.

The Situation
His site is going for the term “Myspace Layouts.” He already used to rank #1 for a solid amount of time. However after some time he admittedly got lazy and lost his ranking. He now still ranks in the top 10 steadily, but not quite top 5. He wants to rank number one again and was wondering if implementing my [2] SERP Domination strategies would help.

I consider “Myspace Layouts” as a highly competitive term so this will be a great example. It’s also has the added difficulty factor of being an extremely fast growing niche; especially in just the last year. However, our mission isn’t just to take the number one rank, but to keep it intimidating for the others thinking about trying to take it themselves. So first we’ll look at what we got and then we’ll analyze what we’re up against and see if we can spot any weaknesses we can use to our advantage.

What We Got
Without even having to look at his site I can assume his on-site optimization is near perfect. He used to rank #1 steadily and where he’s at now he’s holding firm. Obviously, if he ranked at one point there’s no reason why he can’t rank again. So my first suggestion would be to not do a damn thing to the site itself. In my SERP Domination post I talked about how to break into the top 10 on a highly competitive niche by splitting up the site into a network of smaller content sites. In this situation he’s already in and has everything he needs to rank in the top position, so I would definitely advice against breaking up the site or making any drastic on-site SEO changes. Instead we’ll focus on off-site optimization and getting what links we need to earn that coveted spot again. Right now he has about 320,000 inbound links according to the Yahoo linkdomain: command. About 303,000 go directly to the main page. ~86,000 of his links come directly from Myspace Profiles. He also has a PR6.

What They Got
His top competitor has about 551,000 inbound links. 344,000 come directly from Myspace Profiles. Taking a quick look at the second and third placed competitors they are slightly less than the number one and theres nothing too notable about them. So for now we’re going to say fuck ‘em and not concern ourselves with what they’re doing because we know if we take the #1 site we’ll beat them as well. That after all is our main target and without extenuating circumstances they can be ignored in this case. So with that information out of the way for now, lets look at some strong determining factors and some weaknesses of both sites in respect to their rankings.

Spotting The Weaknesses and Loopholes
Lets analyze the math real quick. Without Myspace profile links he has 234,000 links on his own from other sites. His competitor has about 207,000. He is the clear winner in this instance which gives us a huge advantage. However, his 86,000 links directly from people’s Myspace profiles account for only about 27% of his inbound links. While his competitor clearly dominates by having his 344,000 Myspace profile links account for a whopping 62% of his total inbound links. We now have both a strength and a weakness for each of the sites. More importantly we now know why we’re loosing. Thus, we know what loopholes we’ll need to exploit in order to win.

What Do We know?
By looking at both our site and the competition we know that if we can increase our links from people’s Myspace profiles in the index to at least 62% than we will win. That means we’ll have to gain about 112,000 links on Myspace Profiles. We also know that our competitor is getting these profile links the same way we are. By giving out free Myspace layouts that include a link to our sites. There is a big problem standing our way though. Since they are ranked #1 and we’re ranked lower than we can assume they are getting more traffic than we are. Therefore, they are gaining these profile links faster than we are by giving out more layouts. It’s quite the pickle. We’ll have to do one of two things. We’ll either have to increase the value of each profile link or we’ll have to increase our volume at a much much faster rate. Neither sound like a fun solution, so we’re going to have to take a few shortcuts. One of which includes a twist on a technique I’ve already talked about, the other is an upcoming [3] Blue Hat Technique I’m yet to discuss. First and foremost we need the proper mindset. We can’t just try to beat this guy, we need to brutally destroy him and get him so far below us that he’ll be stuck in the same situation we are in now. It’s the only way to maintain our competitive edge. So get any thoughts of playing nice out of your head right now. They aren’t going to do you any good.

Establishing A Plan Of Attack
First we’ll need to do an interesting twist on my [4] SERP Domination tactic. Remember when I mentioned in one of the comments that all the techniques I’ve talked about on this site fit together perfectly like a puzzle to create an ultimate ranking strategy? I wasn’t fucking around. There’s no reason why you can’t create a network of sites within subniches that launder targeted links to your main site. He already mentioned in his original email that he wanted to create a few sites based on Myspace subniches to help build link popularity to his main site. Except, knowing what we know now, he doesn’t need more links from outside sites. He needs more links from Myspace Profiles. So I’d recommend doing just that. Build several sites on Myspace subniches such as image uploaders, profile editors, webproxies..etc. However, anytime they have an opportunity to get a link on the persons profile, instead put in the url to your main site. Looking at the current scenario he’s going to need quite a few of these sites in order to catch up, I’d say about 15 that perform on the average or even a little below average. It also wouldn’t hurt to sponsor a few of these types of sites in exchange for them laundering out links to you. I know places like Myspace Web Proxies have a hard time finding and keeping converting ads on their sites, they could be a very cheap solution. Just as long as they are consistently getting your main site links on peoples profiles thats our ultimate goal.

You got to understand, this guy only has 344,000 links on profiles. Thats not a big deal. If his site has been up for the last two years thats only about 15,000/day, not counting a sharp increase from when he started ranking of course. Getting 15 subniche sites within your network getting about 1,000 uses/day isn’t too incredibly hard. You can get that within a month or two. Once you accomplish that, you are at least matching him which is progress in the right direction.

Matching him? I’m sorry I fucked up. At that rate you’re no where NEAR matching him. There is the inevitable law of diminishing returns standing in your way. There are over 100 million Myspace profiles, only about 10 million exist in Google right now. Therefore less than 10% actually gets indexed. Since it’s only the ones that get indexed that matters to your rank than that means even if you match the 15,000/day; You’re really only getting 1,500 that matter. That’s not nearly enough. Consider your ass kicked. :) Or is it? We may need the help of a good Ol’ Blue Hat Technique to bridge the gap and turn that 10% into nearly 100%. The technique is called Log Link Matching. I’m not going to go into intricate detail about it until the post comes out of course, but I will hint to it and explain as it applies to this case.

Blue Hat Technique #XX - Log Link Matching
Anyone with experience can attest that not nearly all of the true links to your sites actually gets indexed and count in the search engines. It’s unfortunate but true. Not every page is indexed by the engines such as Google and therefore even if they link to you, they can’t pass a value. This is especially true for social sites like Myspace where only about 10% of the profiles get indexed. Log Link Matching is a technique used to ensure that nearly 100% of your real inbound links gets actually indexed by the search engines, thus
dramatically increasing your visible inbound links and bumping your rank in an indescribable way. Here’s how it works.

First create an automated [5] Abandoned Wordpress Accounts Part 2 post. Did I mention all my techniques merge together? Well they do. :) Do this by first building up several Wordpress blogs into high PR blogs by doing the Digg.com method as described. This will get plenty of search engine spiders to the site on a steady and fast stream as well as give plenty of authority to the site(to boost each site). Lastly, make a system that allows you to quickly add links to your Blogrolls within these accounts (quit being lazy and learn how to code!).

After you got your Wordpress.com blogs setup start parsing through your site’s log files. The log files are the first indicator of someone linking to your site. Everytime someone pulls an image on their Myspace account from your server it will show up in there, regardless of whether or not their profile actually shows up in the engines. Where there is a profile pulling your images there is more than likely a link to your site. So you must get that profile page indexed in the search engines in order for the link to count. So parse through your log file for any referrers coming from profile.myspace.com or www.myspace.com/*. Remember profile.myspace.com/viewprofile.blahblahblah?friendid=blahblah is a page on its own just like www.myspace.com/myusername. Therefore BOTH count. So there’s no reason why our site can’t instantly almost double all of his links from Myspace profiles at the exact same time as getting nearly 100% of them indexed. All he has to do is start adding each of these referrers to his blogrolls. After so many Wordpress.com will automatically limit how many links actually show up and start randomizing which ones are shown on each and every pageview(or spider view). I think that limit is 15 currently but I’m not entirely sure. It seems to change every so often. Either way every time Googlebot visits the rollover sites it’ll be greeted by XX amount of Myspace profiles to index. Eventually it’ll get almost all of them. Thus the illusion of our inbound links tripling and even quadrupling daily will start happening. We won’t actually be performing nearly to the degree it appears, but we definitely won’t be short any needed momentum either. It’ll just appear that way because many links we’ve had for a long time will finally start showing up and giving us proper credit.

If we keep parsing the log files and checking for new people using our templates and ensuring they all get indexed eventually we will catch up to that #1 site. Coincide that with our link laundering sites within our network we should have no problem overtaking him and holding our ground. Once we are at that point, its check and mate for the time being. He’s either going to have to top that performance or back off and accept his second place trophy. If he does manage to pull something sneaky and come back, no big deal, persistence is worth more than gold.

I hope this little real life example helped a few people in the same situation, and I’ll move up the date on that Blue Hat Log Link Matching Technique so you can get the details of it and really learn how to utilize it in some very powerful ways. It never hurts to have more in our arsenal. :) Just remember, the fact that you already have more inbound links from other Myspace layout related sites than him. If you can just match him on his strong points you can beat him.

Go Get ‘Em Tiger!


162 Comments To "Real SEO Example"

#1 Comment By kelvin newman On May 11, 2007 @ 1:47 am

Nice piece again mate fingers crossed his competitor doesnt read it!

#2 Comment By LikeButta On May 11, 2007 @ 2:02 am

hehe, that serp stood out like a sore thumb with the Bluehat sig. Love the disclosure on this one. I guess no worries on other top 5 sites seeing this and countering? I assume that even if they did your experience and efficiency of execution would keep you guys ahead in the processes anyways.

Also, I want to thank you for taking the time to provide such valuable info on this blog. The techniques are great but what I really love is how they get my creative juices flowing.

Your leveraging scraper sites for links post has spurred no less than 5 strategies that I would never have thought of if it were not for that post.

Cheers to you with a bourbon-tonic in hand!

P.S. A tip for any .Net guys who were looking into coding the 1st Black Hole example Eli gave. Look into RSS Toolkit, you’ll thank me later.

#3 Comment By Raven Riley Fans On May 11, 2007 @ 2:05 am

great posting, some additional to your wordpress blogroll.

To optimize the crawling from the se-bots you can add a variable to the links (0|1). submit the links with var 0 and only links with the var 0 got viewed by the search engines. After each visit from se-bots you set the variable from the links how got crawled by the bots to 1 and so you show each link only one time. So you have no duplications in you script where you loose time for indexing ;-)

#4 Comment By Chris On May 11, 2007 @ 2:21 am

Honestly this is my favourite blog ever.
Not only is this great content, great information, but you write it with humour

Man I frikkin love bluehatseo :D
Now I just gotta get my head down, find a niche and kill it with super amazing automagical techniques \o/

#5 Comment By KeywordDonkey On May 11, 2007 @ 3:48 am

Nice post.

Looking forward to hear more about Log Link Matching.

Look like Jon himself is working with my space.

#6 Comment By chris risenhoover On May 11, 2007 @ 8:07 am

Great Post!

#7 Comment By Christoph On May 11, 2007 @ 8:26 am

Do you spread out the mini-sites across different web hosts and IP addresses? What’s your preferred method? Thanks.

#8 Comment By R On May 11, 2007 @ 10:33 am

ugh- I wish I could code, things would be so much cheaper for me! Anyways, great post as usual - and something that I really need for a new site I’m having built.

TOo bad I have to outsource everything!

#9 Comment By R On May 11, 2007 @ 10:37 am

btw- I love this ‘real’ example, its much easier to understand how things fit together when you have some sort of layout like that- thanks!

#10 Comment By R On May 11, 2007 @ 10:39 am

Sorry - one thing, instead of the the wordpress accounts being spidered, could you just automate the MySpace submission process to the se’s?

#11 Comment By T On May 11, 2007 @ 12:29 pm

I so imported a list of sites linking to mine into a wordpress blog, and it so put them all on every page. I can’t find any setting to show only 5/10/X randomly :(

#12 Comment By Kimber Cook On May 11, 2007 @ 2:18 pm

now i have to go shopping this weekend and get myself a nice blue so i can play around with some of these techniques. fascinating stuff - i love it! thanks for providing such a unique perspective on seo.

#13 Comment By Andrew On May 11, 2007 @ 3:05 pm

Awesome example, can’t wait to put this together, lots of work ahead of me!

#14 Comment By a On May 11, 2007 @ 4:04 pm

Amazing post. Logical and methodical.

This is the only blog worth reading. Good Job.

#15 Comment By Eli On May 11, 2007 @ 4:07 pm

Whats with all these one letter names in the comments? Please use actual names or nicks people :)

#16 Comment By 5thGear On May 11, 2007 @ 6:51 pm

i like it, a well place ping is gold. Why didn’t you reply to my email?

#17 Comment By Borat On May 11, 2007 @ 11:35 pm

Great post eli thank you. I have to turn your abstract ideas into concrete ones though. Well more concrete for me anyway.

#18 Comment By Seostomp On May 12, 2007 @ 1:57 am

Eli. Why aren’t you blogging about linkbaiting and elite retreat? ;)

#19 Comment By Rob On May 12, 2007 @ 8:38 am

You don’t ever want to manually submit yourself to a search engine. Its much better if they find your organically.

By submitting yourself directly to the engine, generally means you have 0 inbound links and the search engines seem to penalize you for the manual submission.

Also a “paid” inclusion is the absolute worst, because then they generally won’t index any pages on your site that have not been “paid” to index.

so just have a couple of inbound links, works much better.

#20 Comment By JT On May 12, 2007 @ 9:09 am

Best. Blog. Ever.

Learned more here in three months than I did in 3 years on all the webmaster boards put together.

#21 Comment By nicholas kamau On May 12, 2007 @ 1:28 pm

holy fucking shit, you just beat spiderman3 in box office collections. Your blog is fucking action packed , good shit.

#22 Comment By John On May 12, 2007 @ 4:10 pm

This post is about xxxxx

Edit by Eli: Hey John, I don’t mean to be rude, but its pretty obvious which site this post is about if you look into it. However, If he wanted the url to be blatantly posted he would of done it himself and not asked me to leave it out. So for the purpose of this post I left it out, not so much to comply with his wishes, but it doesn’t really matter anyways.

#23 Comment By shor On May 13, 2007 @ 5:11 pm

Another sexy post Eli - refreshing to see a real world example.

Parsing log files to find myspace profile referrals is smart.

Using ‘RollOver’ sites to power-index crappy authority Myspace profiles = genius.

#24 Comment By Eli On May 13, 2007 @ 5:49 pm

Sometimes you feel like a nut sometimes you don’t. :)

Either way keep me in check buddy. If I ever start acting guruish and retarded I’m relying on you to be the first to set me straight.

#25 Comment By Ad Disengaged On May 13, 2007 @ 7:05 pm

The irony is that although Eli (the author of blue hat SEO) knows a a lot about SEO he cant apply it to his own sites or blog from what I gather. if he could he would try to rank a site for the keyword ‘myspace layouts’ and make tons of money and he woudn’t write an article about it -but would be too busy counting his money and hits.

I never understand why many so called ‘experts’ can never apply their own expertise in any practical way?

My theory is that actions are harder than words and that SEO is generally unpredictable without a simple closed set of rules.


Edit By Eli: I put in your name and URL into this comment, since you accidentally left it out. If you’re going to take the time to leave a kind comment you might as well get a free backlink. It looks like your publicly sold turnkey site could use some. :)
PS. <a href=”"></a> doesn’t work very well for hiding links.


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#26 Comment By bubbles On May 14, 2007 @ 4:28 pm

at least in the Myspace Resource Site example, links from myspace profiles no longer matter

Myspace runs all links through msplinks.com now, giving you zero se/pr benefit.

#27 Comment By Jon Waraas On May 14, 2007 @ 11:59 pm

This is a funny comment. I hope your not for real? You must have forgot that SEO takes time, he cant be number one for all the high traffic keywords ya dushbag.

But I have seen some of eli’s sites. I can vouch that he is good at what he does..

Plus he helps me a shit load, so go back to SP with your turnkey myspace site.

#28 Comment By zecode On May 15, 2007 @ 8:30 am

Haha, Eli, I would definitely spam your wordspaces with my referers:)
black hole lessons never let me sleep again;)

#29 Comment By seoidiot On May 17, 2007 @ 12:15 am

I wish I knew about all this SEO stuff!

#30 Comment By 5thGear On May 17, 2007 @ 12:10 pm

Sweet feathery jesus, paris might go to jail, she is not going to be hanged so what is your excuse NOW for not posting, eli boy, i need satisifaction!

#31 Comment By Lorain On May 19, 2007 @ 6:10 am

this reality you speak of, its way over rated.

#32 Comment By SEO Refugee Blog On May 19, 2007 @ 7:52 pm

Fantastic post! Not many people would take the time to do that for someone, much less write a post about the whole thing. Thanks for sharing this with us.

#33 Comment By Tom On May 20, 2007 @ 10:05 am

No new posts for quite a long time.. what’s up?

#34 Comment By Eli On May 20, 2007 @ 11:22 am

sorry putting one up today. I’m really tired. Been working on this absolutely massive network of sites. It’s got me drained. :(

#35 Comment By Rob On May 20, 2007 @ 4:31 pm

I saw the domain list over the weekend, good god you’ve been busy. I haven’t had much time on the laptop I’ve been driving.

Eiether way making some serious progress on my end…

-rob

#36 Comment By AB On May 22, 2007 @ 9:05 pm

Thank you thank you THANK YOU.

QUIT pushed my sites to the front of Google in a week and to the top fo their search terms in two.

I love this blog.

#37 Comment By Josh On May 24, 2007 @ 7:43 pm

Like bubbles mentioned, new MySpace comment links get 302 redirected through msplinks.com. The old comment links still seem to work. If you increase the number of indexed older links then it should still help. Also, links added to your own profile(s) are still clean…

#38 Comment By adriana On June 7, 2007 @ 12:39 pm

Hi,
Thank you so much for this post, It really got my motivation going.

#39 Comment By Yung Kim On June 21, 2007 @ 1:44 pm

I’ve been going thru this site and reading the tactics day and night for 2 days. I’m amazed at how your brain works Eli. If I was a girl, I would want you to have my kids!

#40 Comment By Tom On July 2, 2007 @ 6:55 pm

Long time reader here. Great blog. This post alone makes me want to code up all of your BlueHat SEO techniques into one massive arsenal for my own private disposal.

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Thanks. You clear my mind about SEO

#42 Comment By Matt On September 24, 2007 @ 3:14 pm

I can add ;) . I’ve been reading your blog for about a month now; it’s great. Question: I’m reluctant to add a script on my site as I wouldn’t want it to be penalized by G. If I submitted the actual page my site is listed on, in directories,blogs, forums etc, and dig it will it get indexed? Or is this a dumb way of doing it. I know you don’t usually do house calls Eli but would appreciate an email as I am trying to take over a huge market and willing to put in time (first page couple keywords). I submitted to TONS of sites, but link saturation will make me number one for these words. Will G penalize for this WordPress method? thx…I support this blog ;)

#43 Comment By seo On March 9, 2008 @ 10:02 am

seondesign.net But don’t you think that you do not do a good thing to not reply to the emails of the public who ask for advice?

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I just want to say Eli is ruling google and yahoo with his hands..

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Chris you took the words right out of my mouth :)

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