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Basic SER Settings for Large Number of URLs (500+ URLs)

edited December 2013 in Need Help
I have been looking at how to do this most efficiently for 4 or 5 hours now, and I must be brain dead. I am promoting 500+ URLs. Each of these pages is optimized for a keyword. It should also be noted that these pages are all thematically organized via a hierarchy of breadcrumbs and through inter-linking.

As a example these are thematically related:
Home » Services » Virus and Spyware Removal » Facebook Virus Removal
Home » Services » Virus and Spyware Removal » Trojan Horse Virus Removal

while this is not:
Home » Services » Computer Networking » Linksys Router Setup

I want to build links with the following anchor text distribution:
10% keyword I am trying to rank for (e.g. facebook virus removal)
10% lsi using no root keys from keyword pulling from a pool of 7-15 lsi's per keyword
35% naked URLs (,
45% One off anchors (click here to learn more, and so on...)

That all being said, with 500 urls like this, setting up the lower section of a project for anchor text is confusing.

I have 500 URL fields up top that look just like this one (url and anchor): router setup

I have Anchor text variations set at 10% (this would be "Linksys Router Setup" or "linksys router setup", or "Linksys router setup"
I have Generic anchor text set at 45% (pulls right from the Edit file)
I have Domain as anchor tet set at 35% (,,
I have LSI anchor text set at 10% <----- I need help here

Now here are my two questions:
1. How do I keep a relationship between the URL and the LSI. I do not want links being built to a virus removal page that use anchor text like "linksys router setup" that are not related

All I can see is the ability to use a spin folder, which is cool, but I have many unrelated search terms here and I cannot pull LSIs that are totally unrelated.... well I guess I could, but isn't that a poor way to do it.

2. Does it make sense to group this project into smaller projects that each are more thematically related to avoid this, or is there a slick way to pull this off in GSA

Thank you,



  • edited December 2013
    Shit. That all formatted as one line.... read this instead question.docx 8-X
  • In my opinion, I'd go with your 2. point. Group the keywords into related projects, but I would like to hear from others if there's a quicker/cooler way.

    If you have a lot of time on your hands, one project per URL would be best....or one project per category might be a better option. ie. 

    category 'virus removal' - child pages under it include facebook virus removal, windows virus removal etc. You link to the category page for all related kws.
  • Going with the multiple projects option. These will be thematically grouped.
  • @sven would be nice to hold a variable with the url/anchor combination in it then do a lookup to a line in a file with LSI's in it.
  • Now that this is up and running, I have seven Tier 1 Contextual Projects, and I cannot figure out how to keep them from posting to the same domain twice within the group. I do not think it is possible to run this project without these types of issues.
  • Trevor_BanduraTrevor_Bandura 267,647 NEW GSA SER Verified List
    edited December 2013
    One way to do what you want is to use your own username. Putting the same username in all your projects will stop SER from joining the same site again as most sites only allow the same username once.
  • @Trevor_Bandura Thanks.... simple and effective
  • Trevor_Bandura - Nice Idea about the usernames, I might have to "borrow" that one sometime. :D
  • @2Take2 just dont do it in lower tiers where the platform you are posting on is likely to email ban....
  • Trevor_BanduraTrevor_Bandura 267,647 NEW GSA SER Verified List
    No problem guys. Glade to help out.
  • coneh34d  - Thanks for the tip mate, I'll bear it in mind.
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