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Put the SEO Matrix on autopilot.

25 Jul

Back in March, I wrote an article on my 4-tiered backlinking structure called the SEO Matrix.  The article illustrated how I constructed the “SEO Matrix” backlinking structure.

Many people asked me if I used any SEO tools.  And, back then, my response was somewhat ambiguous and complicated.  Part of the process was automated, part of it was manual, some was done by myself, and lot was outsourced.

Over the past couple months, I have been experimenting with various SEO services to try and automate the SEO Matrix.  I found one in particular that has taken care of 90% of the work for me.  It’s an automated service called Link Pushing.  (Note, this is an affiliate link, but is a sincere endorsement.)

The Link Pushing service pretty much creates the first 3 tiers of the SEO Matrix for you.  Check out their link structure diagram.

Similar, no?  For comparison, this is my SEO Matrix diagram:


How does Link Pushing work?

Link Pushing is probably the most streamlined, automated linkbuilding service available today.  To queue up a “link push,” it literally only takes 30 seconds.  The reason it takes so little time is because the service will automatically scrape an article for you (based on your keywords) and spin it (using TheBestSpinner).

Though setting up a link push is only a 30 second effort, I do suggest additional tweaks to optimize results.  Here are some recommended tweaks:

  • Change the title to just a spintax of my keyword(s); i.e. {Keyword1|Keyword2|Keyword3}.  (What is spintax?)
  • Modify the article, such that my primary keyword appears once in the first paragraph and at least 2 more times throughout the article.
  • Link to site from within the article in paragraph 1.
  • Link to an authority site  (e.g. Wikipedia) in a later paragraph.
  • Embed a related Youtube video.
  • If you can afford to, I would recommend writing an unique article.  One of the key changes from the Google Panda update is an emphasis on unique content.  After you write the article, the Link Pushing service can spin it for you.

It takes approximately 2-7 days for the script to create a link push.  (I’m not sure what causes the large variance.)  You will end up a link structure of 40-50 nodes.  Just like the SEO Matrix, the link push also randomly interlinks the nodes, so that there is no detectable footprint.

What about the fourth tier?

Yes, in the SEO Matrix, there is the 4th layer of forum profile links.  This final tier provides an added boost of link juice across your entire backlinking structure.

Forum profile links are created using the xrumer tool.  There are ton of xrumer service providers available (and at highly competitive rates).  Here are some well known ones:

You can also try Fiverr or other individual service providers (random selection show below):

I’m constantly tweaking my SEO strategy, so may update this post from time to time.  Please feel free to suggest your tweaks and share your experiences.  Thanks.

dave

6 Responses to “Put the SEO Matrix on autopilot.”

  1. Gavin August 8, 2011 at 9:18 am #

    Hi Dave. Thanks for the post. I was checking out Link Pushing and I am curious as to how you think that compares w/ BackLinks Genie.

    BLG has the $137/mo plan and LP has the $147/mo plan. I am enticed by the ease of LP, but you definitely would come out w/ more links from BLG.

    Thoughts? Thanks!

    • dave August 8, 2011 at 9:24 am #

      Great question, Gavin. I have been using LP for a while and can vouch for its results. BLG seems really powerful, but this is my first month using it and still testing it for results. So, as of now, I would recommend LP. Even though it produces less links, LP creates high quality links, since most are content-based pages (e.g. blog posts, web 2.0 properties, articles). One other thing I really like about LP is that it extracts articles and integrates spintax for you, which can be a huge time saver if you don’t want to write your own articles. For BLG, you need to supply your own articles (if applicable, e.g. web 2.0 projects).

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