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The guy seemed to suggest that for long term powerful SEO I needed to buy a number of websites and fill them with relevant and similar content to the one I am promoting. I then feed lots of links into these sites from other sites, articles etc. If I link the paid for sites together they create a strong link value and I use them as a raft to buoy my main site up the (Google) rankings.
So, my the questions:
1. Have I understood this technique correctly?
2. In the time/cost importance hierarchy where does it sit?
2. Do I do this for every page which I am trying to promote or concentrate on a few select pages?
3. How many sites need to be in this link system?
4. Is this the basis of all SEO companies? And finally;
5. Could the websites created have pages added to them with content relevant to other subjects so they can used as links systems to other websites that I can SEO?
Sorry if this is mumbojumbo..
If I link the paid for sites together they create a strong link value and I use them as a raft to buoy my main site up the (Google) rankings.
I would take a raft away from that "expert" if you want long-term gain.
Why would you write similar content and get links to a "number" of websites instead of writing that content for one site? Why try to get "multiple" links to "multiple" sites instead of "one"? Seems like a lot of effort in marketing a "number" of sites instead of "one".
Why not put the content on one site and get that same number of links going to the "one" site? I will admit there was a time in history this worked without much effort…nowadays…things have changed.
The old satellite sites never made much sense except for those charging to develop and market them...
[edited by: The_Contractor at 5:19 pm (utc) on Sep. 10, 2008]
Having said that, I have read a lot about using a blog to generate interest in a website, not sure if this is just through links or some other idea.