The Power Of The Buffer Site | Learn SEO Without Worry

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I see a ton of people asking about SEO and what's safe, natural, unnatural, etc. etc.

Look if you want to learn, start by building little mini sites called Web 2.0s. It's honestly the best and safest way to learn SEO. You're not going to yield the same results as buying an aged domain with backlinks and building a site, but you don't want to start out that way knowing little about SEO anyway.

So WHAT ARE Web 2.0s?

They're mini sites. Just Google list of Web 2.0s or here are some:

Blogger
Diigo
Evernote
FreePDFHosting - PDF
Jimdo
LiveJournal
Scribd - PDF
Shutterfly
Soundclick
Tumblr
Unblog
Vefblog
Webs
Weebly
Wikidot
Wordpress.com

Building these mini sites/blogs and utilizing them to learn SEO is the best way for a noob to dive in. Not to mention, will become a valuable asset later on.

First build Web 2.0s (I usually outsource) pointing to your Web 2.0s, build social profiles for your web 2.0s and buy social signals, I also juice them with some high quality PBN links. I keep it high quality, maybe unnecessary, but I wouldn't know. I know what I'm doing works. Remember, the higher quality your Web 2.0s are, the better. So more content, add a contact page with an email address, and an about me.

Then blast away for your 3rd tier (or 4th if this was for a site) with whatever you'd like. Try new things and think out of the box. Utilize pinging/indexing services to speed up the process and index your links quicker.

As far as what services to buy, I can't help you there. That's the bit where you don't know what works until you try and why competition is not yet saturated in the SEO industry. But I promise that if you practice ranking Web 2.0s you will learn a ton and be able to utilize the 2.0s you do not burn up, in the future.

Cheers
 

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Great info. Thanks Eric!
 

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Building these mini sites/blogs and utilizing them to learn SEO is the best way for a noob to dive in. Not to mention, will become a valuable asset later on.
What are next steps when I built these mini sites/blogs, how to avoid failing at first steps?

Would you mind sharing any tips to do SEO with Web 2.0s?
 

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Like I said man I outsorce everything.

I pay $50 for 5 Web 2.0s that include 5 pages of content each, plus contact and about us pages.

Then I outsource social signals and bookmarks to be drip fed.

Submit a press release or submit to topix.

Then I outsource high quality PBNs which I pay about $10 a month per home page link.

I'm really cautious when building links to my Web 2.0s. I pretty much keep these links just as safe as building links directly to my money site. Its like creating a 2nd layer of buffer sites.
 
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