Last month I started the Switchbox SEO experiment and now here is the update. Since I started the experiment, I’ve done the following. First, let’s take a look at the rankings. Below are the rankings of the 20 local keywords:
I ordered 50 high quality PR blog posts from SE Slingshot that cost USD147, pointing to domain 1, which will be used for blog network links. SE Slingshot is a blog network owned by Jacob Hagberg. So far, I used this blog many times and it always worked!
I also ordered a press release pointing directly to the money site in order to build some link velocity. Daniel Tan from Marketers Media , writes and distributes press releases and I am using the premium service for $89.
So far, the steps were as following:
Then, I started using blasting links to domains 2 and 3 using Fiverr.
Domain 2- Ran a GSA campaign for 3 days. GSA Search Engine Ranker was released last year by a German company, GSA Software. It previously had software, used for submitting websites to various search engines and directories, but that method stopped working ages ago.
Initially it was released with few platforms such as articles, blog comments, forums, bookmarks etc. With time and a huge user base, about 150+ platforms were added. It is currently one of the best automated tools on the market.
Domain 3 – Ran a SeNuke Xcr The Full Monty 2014. SeNuke is also another popular SEO tool on the market and it performs about the same as GSA.
Here are my current rankings:
It seems that the rankings are now having a Google dance and they are more or less stable.
Do you have any questions or comments? You can share your opinions below!
Here are the updates on this experiment