Who wins? Well, I think no one can answer that. The most recent craze now that webmasters are using to rate their websites is the usage of private site networks and miniature websites. Really, the system has been existing before now, applied by subtle webmasters to get page one positions stealthily in the search engines but with the demise of applications like Xrumer and SEnuke, nearly all black hatters and gray hatters are now into the construction of a network of websites to rate their cash websites or that of their clients. Since you’ve most likely heard the terms, it appears appropriate that you just should understand what a private website network and the miniature website mean.
The danger is that Google is now a good deal smarter in fishing out private site networks, and am believing that the next major upgrade will target greatly on PBNs since everyone is now discussing and assembling them. There’s already been an upgrade that resulted in the de-indexing of lots of private site network and miniature websites. Google despises PBNs, and I’d say its the primary annoyance they have seen ever. PBNs are consistently simple to fish out, particularly with manual review. This is the biggest danger to Google, and what many webmasters have been using to rate their sites and that of their customers. A mini site is a site built around a specific market and with the aim of categorization another web site called a cash site. Now, before you begin shouting, there are miniature websites that are set up for affiliate systems and lead generation, but what we’re referring to in this post is standing.
A miniature website is set up to list a cashing website and is constructed around a motif. Miniature websites created for rating goals in many cases are called themed networks, and they’re determined. Lets say you’re in the well-being market, and you’ve got a web site for eye treatments; you could then construct ten miniature websites on eye treatments to power up your cash websites. This is targeted and quite strong and useful as it pertains to standing. These miniature websites in many cases are older domain names with great page power (PA) and Domain Authority (DA). Additionally, they include actual trust flow (TF) and citation flow (CF). For those who don’t understand what these terms mean, don’t fret. They can be the words used to rate the power of a web site as Google now somewhat ignores page ranking (PR).
We’ll dwell on these words in future posts. Aged domain names with great PA, DA, TF, and CF are quite strong; and an invaluable advantage whether you’re building PBN or miniature websites. Miniature websites are expensive to set up, along with demanding for Google to fish outside compared to a private website network. Smart SEOers construct themed networks rather than PBNs. I believe we currently have a better comprehension of what a miniature website and private website networks are. In the Search Engine Optimization community, private site networks (PBNs) have been all the rage recently. You buy up a little portfolio of expired domain names that still keep a powerful Domain Authority (a Moz metric for estimating a websites search engine punch), and place links to those websites to your money site.
But since I’m no Search Engine Optimization specialist and have carried out this strategy myself (yet?), I brought on someone more competent to talk on the topic. Doug Cunnington from NicheSiteProject.com is a project management specialist and market website Search Engine Optimization master. In this episode, were talking about what it requires constructing a private website network of your own so you can rate your market / power websites quicker and bring in more cash. For the greater part of 2011, these men have been snapping up domains, developing internet properties, composing a custom algorithm to score content, and testing, testing, testing. After many sleepless nights, the couple is gearing up for their official launching in early 2012.
Love! This is accurate. The rationale being, we keep finding reasons to develop it outside. For example, only yesterday we determined it’d be cool if a user could decide which website they needed their post to go to. We also developed an internal algorithm to reward users for great jobs.