I’m still building links to the plumbing case study from my pbn network, Linksmanagement, and web 2.0s. I’m just waiting for the breakthrough that will get me in the top spots. Slowly but surely is the safest route with link building. I do use some harder techniques when linking to videos and web 2.0 sites because of the domain authority they can handle links at a faster pace.
The public study and another site I’m working on both seem to have stopped just short of the first page after on page optimization and about a month and a half of spreading out links. I’ve got some first page rankings on both of the sites and they’re getting traffic, just not as much as I want yet.
Update on my Source-Market earnings, my earnings are averaging $40 a day and most days that is just from commissions. I’ve seen good results some weeks and other weeks I’ve had almost no orders just commissions. While commissions are nice especially when they add up to significant daily earnings. I earn more when I’m actually getting purchases of my own gigs. I am adding a new service each week and continuing to grow my audience of subscribers. To become a subscriber and hear about our weekly specials and get bonus codes subscribe to our mailing list.
So here’s a little technique I’ve picked up along the way and it’s been working for a long time, but as with anything in the SEO world it needed some adjustments over time. Web 2.0 sites work great, in the past you could throw up 1 page and link it to your article and then use that as a tier one to build supporting links to. This still works but you can’t just build a 1 page site. You must build the site like it is a complete site in order to get the full effect from it. Once that is done you can send links from any variety of sources to boost it. I like to send GSA blasts or buildGoogle stacks for them. The web 2.0 serves to clean the link juice a bit. I sometimes use shorteners to further clean the juice between the web 2.0 and the money site.