When you start working to promote a site in a mid-range niche, the problems do not keep you waiting. There is fierce competition, and an attempt to capture a niche with a swoop gives not too good, and most importantly, short-lived result.
Building a single site using keywords as a promotion tool very quickly leads to a “ceiling” that cannot be overcome by this method.
So what to do? Using cunning and ingenuity, you can get around the "monsters" - the old and confident sites that are firmly established in the top and do not allow young "upstarts." Why, whatever query you enter, in most cases Wikipedia or a similar reference information system will most likely fall into the first fifteen positions, the topics of articles in which do not always correspond to the query? The age of the site, its authority and size play for the search engines no less important role than thematic proximity. And with this you can not do anything, if you do not use the "workaround".
Instead of building a huge website with thousands of backlinks, it is worthwhile to disperse the attack forces. If you create a lot of medium-sized sites that are interlinked among themselves and forming a thematic network in miniature, this network can not only get a lot of LF and MF traffic, but it is also possible to cover a powerful adversary. The creation of a grid of sites and their linking is the essence of our proposed method. Then the key phrases will earn quite differently.
No need to be afraid to break the rainbow dream of a huge and beautiful portal into many small sites. For visitors it will not matter, because for them the main thing - getting information and communication.
First, let's divide a huge number of sections of our portal and transfer each section to a separate domain or at least to a subdomain of our portal.
Which sections do we have? Let's list: News, Articles, Blogs, Help and Help, Forum, Photo Gallery, Promotions and Contests, Donations. Does your portal have more sections? Wonderful! So you get a larger network of sites! It will also be great if you create multiple language versions of your sites. Whether this is necessary or not is up to you. For all these sections we allocate a separate domain.
As a result, we have 8 small sites instead of 1 large portal.
Second, should each site have a unique template and more than one page of content? Of course! So, following this rule, we "dress" a unique template on each site and add at least 5-10 pages of content. If there are problems with filling, no one forbids to split one densely filled section and divide it between different sites.
Finally, third, linking and site structure. What we will do with this "miracle"? We will link both pages of the same domain, and pages of different domains among themselves. If you have a flash menu in the header of the site, then be sure to duplicate the text menu, for example, in the left block of the site, that search robots could easily follow the links to your pages and index them. "Sharpen" the text in the menu under our woofer and midrange requests. You can make links in the menu to the pages of another domain. We are linking the pages of our website in the following way:
Be sure, in the content of the pages we put links with the necessary MF or LF query.
In order for your network of sites not to be calculated and, accordingly, not banned, preferably follow the following 7 tips:
1. Use different whois data.
2. Allocate a separate IP address for each site.
3. Use different structure on sites.
4. Use domains registered at different times.
5. Host sites from different hosting companies.
6. Highlight a unique design for each site.
7. Add unique content or high quality rewriting to the site.