As everyone knows, creating RSS feed from all your URLs and then syndicating these feeds to all the totally different RSS directories and aggregators might be the most effective methods to get listed quickly in Google.

But, in case you have thousands of articles, movies, podcasts, blasts of Xrumer, Scrapebox….need to be indexed, it would be very tedious to create a feed for every single backlink. And it would take a few days working hard.

So, how to finish this unexcited wok in a few minutes?

The key is in creating customized RSS feeds.
You can do this utilizing a free service called RSS Mix at

Any of the content material you have on the Internet could be put into your own customized RSS feeds. Just throw a list at this tool and it make 1 RSS feed for you. This can be submitted to the top RSS directories, giving you lot of one-way backlinks. also permits you to combine any number of RSS feeds or URLs into one new feed, which opens up lots of new link constructing opportunities.

You’ll be able to create one massive RSS feed from all of your sources using RSS Mix. By creating one huge RSS feed, you’ll be able to submit ONLY ONE feed to all the completely different RSS directories.

If you are still not sure, repeat the process with old feeds (or URLs) but new tittle and then submit this “new” mixed-feed (actually contains old feeds – URLs) to all the completely different RSS directories again.

For more, ping the Big feed thousand times to all the leading search engines, and bookmark it to the most famous social sites in the world.



Basic SEO practices

The thing to remember is that SEO isn’t a magic bullet. It’s important, but no one knows the exact algorithms the SEs use, and each one is different so all you can do is optimize the best you can. There happens to be a few things that you should just always do whenever you make a new website. Don’t stress over every little thing, just make sure you are doing it, this should just become kind of automatic for you.

Make sure you fill in your meta tags with a good title, description, and the right keywords. I personally don’t think the keywords meta-tag is nearly as important as everyone else on here does, but it gives me a way to organize my keywords list for me to reference. When you start having many different websites, it’s good to include whatever notes to yourself you can. When you come back to work on an older site you might not remember eveything you were thinking before. The metatags help you remember your site info as much as it helps the SE figure it out. A good rule of thumb is that anything that won’t hurt you for SEO and might help, you should use and use correctly. Definately use the title meta-tag, try to include keywords in the title. Definately use the description meta-tag, google will normally use this for the summary it displays in the listing. It isn’t used for indexing so write it for humans, this is what gets people to click on your link when they see it in the SERP. Don’t use the same metatags for every page on your site. Take the time to make them be specific to each page.

Create good content. Make sure you have some decent content. Content is what the internet was invented for. If you have unique and quality content, then all the seo and backlinking you’re doing is just to get the ball rolling. Give them what they want, show them where it is, and they’ll start coming. If it’s good enough then it’ll eventually start building on its own naturally because people like what they found. That’s the idea anyway. So whenever possible use the best page design and the best content possible. Avoid duplicate content between different pages on your site, the SE will most likely penalize your site for that.

Remember, your content isn’t just something to get google to like your site, it is the whole point of your site. The content and how you structure it is what will make visitors do what you want when they get there. If it’s crap they’ll just leave, and 99% of them won’t leave by clicking on your adsense or affilliate link, they’ll just close the window or use the back button. (yes, of course if your doing blackhat stuff you can make the browser go where you want, but that’s for a different discussion.)

Include your keywords. Structure your content correctly, make a few title headers in the content that include keywords (use header tags h1, h2, etc.), try to have a keyword density around 2% in your content, and maybe 4% for the whole page including the metatags, alt tags, anchors, etc.

Be sure that your .htaccess is set up correctly. Decide on which way you want your url to be and stick with it. If you decide to use www then always use it like that in your links, don’t use both. I usually set up a 301 for all www requests to redirect to non-www urls. If you don’t set that up then every single page on your site can appear to google as having at least one duplicate. If that’s the only thing wrong on your site it isn’t going to kill you, but it’s so easy to fix. If you don’t know how to set up a redirect in your .htaccess file then just do a search, there are many other threads explaining it. Check google if you can’t find it here. Also, .htaccess only apples if your on an Apache server, Windows servers do it a little differently, if that applies to you then just search google to find out how to do it. If your consitent in your linking, then the only time the redirect will come into play is if you get natural backlinks that you have no control over. You should also specify which you prefer, www or not-www in google tools if you use it. (If you don’t then you really should, I recommend you set yourself up an account for webmaster tools and analytics.)

Make a robots.txt file and I like to include a favicon because without them the robots will trigger file not found errors on your server. Be sure to configure your robots.txt correctly. Make a custom 404 page. If your site has more than just a couple of pages then also create a sitemap.xml file. It’s not a bad idea to just create a sitemap anyway no matter what, it lets you define the structure of your site to the crawlers. Just search google if you don’t know how to do any of that, it’s very basic and you can find exact instructions within a minute when you do a search.

Other than that there isn’t a lot more you can do for on-site SEO. When people ask about SEO they’re always thinking of on-site SEO, but thats the easy and quick part. Just do it and get on with it.

Everything else is off-site SEO and involves building backlinks and promotion.
This is where you need to focus your efforts. This is where the magic bullet is, if there really is one.

Social Bookmarks, Directory Submissions, Profile Links, and Blog Comments are really the easiest place to start getting backlinks. It’s not a bad idea to purchase these links from a service. They are easy to make, but to do it right they really need to be posted from many different accounts and ip adresses. A good idea when your starting is to do it yourself a little bit to see how it works, then purchase larger quantities from a service. You want to get a lot of links, but you don’t want to over do it. Building to fast can look unnatural, just do some searches and read up on it a little more. How many and how fast is a judgement call you have to make. hold off on more complex linkbuilding until you have a little more experience. Linkwheels and other link structures can be very powerful, but can also hurt your site a lot if not done correctly.

Whenever possible include keyword anchors and title or alt tags on your backlinks. Don’t always use the same anchors, vary it up a little, use 3 or 4 different keywords and even do a few with some non keyword anchors. You are trying to look as though a lot of different real people have taken a liking to your site, if it were natural then all links wouldn’t be exactly the same, so you want to simulate that same type of randomness. Backlinking strategies are all about simulating the natural events that happen as a site grows in popularity. If you can do it successfully then the SE’s will give you good position in the listings, and then hopefully what you are simulating can become reality. The point of all of it is to get traffic.

Change up your anchor text. The idea of backlinking is to simulate that masses of people are becoming interested in your site. It should have some amount of randomness to it in order to look natural. I’ve seen a few made up stats on what’s best, but I think a good rule of thumb is maybe about 45% primary keywords, 35% secondary keywords, and about 15% random unrelated like Click Here, and then about 5% just the url. The exact percentage isn’t dramatically important, it just needs to seem like the linking is natural.

Create relevant articles containing your keywords, include backlinks using keyword anchors, and submit to article directories. Article directories are mostly authority sites and your article becomes a relevant backlink to your site. Then create profiles and accounts on blogs, social networking sites, forums etc. Include a link to your website whenever you do that and each one of those become backlinks as well.

Thats the end of it. Well kinda.
Go back and watch your stats to see what keywords are getting the most traffic to your site, analyze the data a little bit and if you need to, remove or add keywords to your content and tags, and adjust the anchors your using in your backlinks.

Continue building links. Remember you’re trying to artificially create the appearance to the SE that your site is popular. When that happens naturally, people are always adding new links to your site. Since you are trying to look natural you have to do the same thing. Linkbuilding never stops completely.

OK, there you go. That’s that basics of SEO. Everything else is about fine tuning, and has to be looked at for each individual situation.

If you have any more questions, before you start PMing anyone just read through the threads in the White Hat SEO section, and do some searching on google. You can find some really good information from some much smarter people than me.

If there are any SEO gurus that want to expand on this or if you see any errors you think should be discussed, please add your input.


Here that I’ve noticed when people generally set up an auto blog they go after specific niches and I don’t really know why people do this, with an auto blog you don’t really have much control over what the content in the posts on your blog other than the keywords used to find the posts and the categories you post to, you can go for specific keywords and rank for them but the posts wont always be related and auto blog traffic is hard to convert so I say what’s the point?

I have a few different set ups for my auto blogs depending on what I want to achieve

1.Mass Traffic – I use these to act as referrers and for banner impressions and I also do something I’m not supposed to talk about in here.

2.Company Keyword Driven – I build sites based on a company name such as amazon, argos, walmart etc and build the sites based on buying keywords. I dont try to rank for the company name just things like amazon coupon, walmart free gift card etc then I throw banners, custom reviews etc for who ever the site is based on, I use the mass traffic sites as referrers for these smaller traffic sites. Even though some of these sites only get 1kish uniques per month they are receiving quite targeted traffic so they convert really well.

3.High paying adsense niches such as finance, weddings, health etc. These sites receive quite low traffic for random long tail keywords but the clicks can be £6 sometimes more, generally each of these sites will make me £5 a day once they start to bring in some traffic.

I only use WP tweet bomb with these set ups because I can set a site up in under 10 mins using the content blocks feature and I get the results I want with every site I build.

1.Mass Traffic set up – I usually go and find myself a decent aged domain from godaddy anything over 5 years old with decent back links, I don’t go for niche names I look for something generic that would look right in the serps for any results when I set up these blogs I use every one of the custom content blocks I had created for WPTB. like I said I dont go for niches I throw up huge sites with as many topics and as much varied content as possible. I do have niche auto blogs but they require promotion, these sites don’t require much they take care of themselves, you wont see traffic straight away it grows each month, I’m sure if I did some link building I’d see results much quicker. The reason these sites draw so much traffic is because of the amount of content on them I set up a posting schedule to post 10 times per day for the first 2 weeks then increase to 20 posts per day for the next 2 weeks then settle at 60 posts per day and leave the sites to grow. Once they get to about 4 months they are quite large and that’s when the traffic starts flooding in. These sites have over 10k categories and each one whilst having the same category structure are totally different content wise.

2.Company Keyword Driven set up – I usually have to buy a new domain for these as not many expired domains will be right, I do some keyword research find a good buying long tail with plenty of searches and buy a domain based on the search phrase. I have company keyword content blocks all set up for many many companies that have affiliate programs, so I build my sites using these and promote the sites, link building etc to get ranked for my chosen company related keywords which is very little work most of the time. Once the sites have aged and started receiving traffic I Monetise them

3.Adsense high paying keywords – exactly the same as company keywords except I go for a niche in general not a micro niche so I wouldn’t pick wedding dresses I’d go for the whole wedding niche, or insurance I go for every kind of insurance I can think of. Whilst I wont ever rank for insurance I will get those longtail search results all day long, the things I rank for are totally random but are related to the niche so the clicks can be quite high ones, I use the twitter function on these sites for indexing and some traffic when they start out as it can take a bit longer to see any traffic from these sites but they are profitable in the long run. I’ve got content blocks pre made for lots of these niches and every site I build is different even with the same content blocks. Just a note, the content blocks I offer for sale are the ones I set up my mass traffic sites not the company or adsense ones.