|How to beat Hilltop?|
Whats the ideal solution for a 100 site network...?
| 1:36 pm on Oct 24, 2004 (gmt 0)|
If a webmaster has 100 websites worth of content, and can host them anywhere, can change the ips, and can link out or swap links (whether reciprocally, or triangularly), or buy links, what is THE best way to ensure that they are created to achieve maxiumum postitions?
In short - how do you create sites that will suit the hilltop algo criteria for high rankings?
| 1:51 pm on Oct 24, 2004 (gmt 0)|
Before you even think about the 99 other sites you will have to make one single site that's simply a "valuable ressource" (either hub or destination). That will require time and effort. After that, you'll probably have to make another, and another, as 100 sites is a lot, and you will need very solid anchors in your scheme.
Imho, fwiw, afaik: A lot of sites is no easy shortcut, it just requires more work.
| 2:05 pm on Oct 24, 2004 (gmt 0)|
Im just speaking hypothetically here - lets say someone else owns the other 99 sites - whats the best way to do it?
| 4:31 pm on Oct 24, 2004 (gmt 0)|
Netnerd, you are hard on the case.
The best way to beat hilltop (if such thing exists) is to to study hilltop, which includes spending money, time and effort testing, testing, testing. And making mistakes.
Many webmasters here have even hired mathematicians to find out the true workings of the algo, but you seem to have the unrealistic expectation that this valuable knowledge will be just handed down to you...
What Claus told you, you could have figured it out alone by reading hilltop papers a few times.