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edited January 2017 in GSA Search Engine Ranker
Evening guys,

Over the past few week's I have been churning out content for my new blog. It's finally getting to a stage now where it is ready to promote so I thought I would post the links to the GSA based stuff I have already published.

I currently have 16 case studies running that I will publish when I have collected the data along with about 150 post ideas for other black hat SEO related topics as well as a fair few for other subjects.

If you have any ideas for future blog posts or feedback leave a reply and I will take it on board. As I release more GSA based posts I will post the links in this thread.

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  • s4nt0ss4nt0s Houston, Texas
    This is some amazing content and I can tell you have put a lot of time into writing this. Everything I've seen so far is easy to read and has images showing all the steps. Great stuff @shaun - I'll be following the blog!

  • redraysredrays Las Vegas
    This is easily the most comprehensive, best information about GSA SER that's ever been published & made freely available. Can't recommend highly enough.
  • shaunshaun
    Cheers guys :).
  • Gone to get some strong coffee - it's going to be a late night!

    That's great work - would echo what the other guys have said.

    Site is looking sweet as well, nicely crafted, very clean - good job. And thanks for giving so much to the community, it's appreciated.
  • Wow good job. Im gonna have to read through all of this and steal some tricks!
  • 710fla710fla ★ #1 GSA SER VERIFIED LIST
    So much great insight man, loving the case studies! Thanks
  • 1234876675412348766754 Utrecht
    edited January 2017
    I've seen all the articles already, I'd have to say it's worth all the time! 
    And, you might wanna read some articles mutliply times (just to make sure you didn't miss anything). 
  • redraysredrays Las Vegas
    @shaun - is it ok if we discuss ideas presented in your posts here, or do you prefer we do that elsewhere? Wanted to talk about a couple but also don't want to hijack your thread :)
  • shaunshaun
    Cheers guys,

    Do it here mate, better for all to see and stops the forum getting clogged up with other threads. I have already taken two questions I have received and turned them into case studies as I didnt know the answers so I am always up for points to test too :P.
  • redraysredrays Las Vegas
    @shaun - sounds good :P

    I've spoken to a few friends of mine who tested a similar theory a while back. They told me they just couldn't get a reasonable number of verified links that stuck, particularly with Wordpress / Buddypress. Do you have any early returns from testing this out that suggest it's viable now?
  • shaunshaun
    I have tested a concept with 1linklists new OCR captcha service and I got a few links with decent home page metrics but I have no idea if the links will last.

    I am planning to throw $50 at a test to try and get a higher quality of domain and publish it but other than that I have only used my mass link building stratergy with SER.
  • redraysredrays Las Vegas
    @shaun - if his service can do the heavy lifting then that would be a game changer; I got the impression that using human captcha solving ended up being too expensive for what it produced. Figured you were testing, looking forward to seeing the results :)
  • shaunshaun
    The first time I tried it the costs ended up out of control but the new captcha feature in that article you linked has been added since then so I am hoping that will help control costs.
  • SvenSven
    Thanks for writing this amazing tutorials. Thats something I should have done for a long time ago. I hope you don't mind me putting links to your site from their now as a temporary solution for now?
  • shaunshaun
    Not at all, link away.
  • Well done mate, glad to see you got it going :) subscribed to your list, I like your site because you are genuine, thorough and know a lot of useful info and not full of shit like all the other sites.

    A lot of helpful info and stuff on there, appreciate it and goodluck with it!
    Nice way to start the new year :)
  • 1linklist1linklist FREE TRIAL Linklists - VPM of 150+ -
    edited January 2017
    Loving your blog; its genuinely refreshing to see some real case studies and information now days. The quality standards for most blogs (And even certain other forums) have dropped to nothing.


    PS: Thanks for the shout out about the OCR  :) were still grinding away to get it polished off.
  • shaunshaun
    Cheers guys :).
  • I have a question regarding your linking practices. Do you link upwards to only 1 website? For example, in your tier 3 contextual do you link to multiple tier 2 properties in the same article? Or just 1 ?
  • shaunshaun
    It depends on the engine, the contextuals will usually link to a few targets from the next tier up but blog comments and such can only link to one URL per post.
  • shaunshaun
  • Thank you for the share @Shaun :-) 
  • Nice one Shaun. Really in-depth stuff.
  • shaunshaun
    Cheers guys :).
  • amazing depth of knowledge.
  • Are you sure the links are really lost? I'm asking it because I've just discovered that SER removed a ton of live links from my web2.0 projects which are in fact alive and well.
  • shaunshaun
    edited January 2017
    @TheGypsy yea mate, I do a backup - everything to keep the original targets and the run duplicates multiple times to make sure they haven't just timed out.

    My human spin case study on the same verified list is only shown 30% loss with only a few more days to go too.
  • shaunshaun
    Two more posts up.

    Being directly SER related and

    being index related but I wanted to post it as I have recommended Elite Link Indexer many times the past few month but it looks like they have ran into problems.
  • redraysredrays Las Vegas
    @shaun - interesting post. Are you sending both tier 1 and tier 2 to Express Indexer now, or just tier 1?
  • shaunshaun
    Everything mate, I have some projects with just a T1, some with a T1 and T2 and some with a T1, T2 and T3 all made up of contextual based links all being sent to express indexer.
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