If there is one thing we've become insanely obsessed with lately, it's creating our own private network of high authority websites to link and rank all our affiliate sites. Why?Oh I don't know, because it's ridiculously effective, you can control the quality of your links, and best of all, they are one of the best solutions to your SEO woes that's working right now.
And it's not just us who dig them, Glen Allsopp from Viperchill.com is also a massive fan of creating his own networks to soar up the search rankings and make some big money while doing it. Need another reason to get involved with private blog networks? Click play and listen to his story and strategies.
Okay, we get it, not everyone likes watching videos, so we decided to make it an easy decision for you and have included full transcript for you bellow.
Today we’re talking about one of our favourite topics: SEO. We’re not going to be talking about general SEO, we’re going to be talking about things like private blog networks.
To help us out, we called on our friend Glen Allsopp from the insanely popular blog ViperChill, to weigh in and give you tips on how to start your own private blog network Glen Allsopp is the creator and voice behind the insanely popular internet marketing blog ViperChill.
Known for his fierce anonymity, Glen is one of the few marketers online who not only knows his stuff, but has the proof to back it up. Still only in his 20’s, he has been featured by some of the biggest names online such as Pat Flynn, Chris Ducker and a young Alex Becker. Not to mention scores of other websites such as Income Diary, The Guardian and even Forbes.com.
A true force to be reckoned with, he recently launched his ViperChill podcast, which after only a few short weeks, hit number one on iTunes. ...show the full transcript
Skip to the Good Stuff:1:00 – Introducing Glen Allsopp. SEO genius.
2:02 – Glen gives us his background story, and how he got into the online word.
5:14 – We’re talking about what Glen thinks is going on with Google in 2014.
7:05 – We discuss how difficult it can be to drive natural traffic to niche sites and define what private blog networks (PBNs) are.
11:00 – How to go about building your PBN.
12:00 – How Josh finds and builds his link networks.
13:00 – What Glen focuses on when it comes to choosing expired domains.
14:45 – What are the chances that Google will pick up on this increase in PBNs and start penalizing you?
15:50 – The importance of staying private from Google and how to achieve this privacy.
16:20 – What should you be focusing on in terms of ranking in Google this year? Glen gives his answer!
22:00 – Want to learn more about Glen and how to get in with his PBN?
A Little Bit About this Episode:
If there is one thing each and every website on the internet needs, it's SEO, or more specifically, backlinks to help improve your SEO and bump you up in the search rankings.
After all, how is anyone ever going to find your website if you don't have any way of ranking for your most profitable keywords?
And we don't want that.
But how do you start ranking if you are new to SEO and online marketing in general? Well, you could check out our post from last week where we give you some basic and easy-to-understand, yet actionable, SEO strategies that you can start using right away.
Or you could dive into the deep end and start immersing yourself in the world of private blog networks. I know, that probably sounds like a whole bunch of gibberish to you. But here's the thing; If you want to rank on Google you have to either start learning SEO a-freakin'-sap, or rent links from a reliable source you trust.
Fortunately, we've got you covered. And to help you out even more, we called on our friend Glen Allsopp from the rabidly popular website ViperChill.com to talk a little SEO shop with our resident SEO hoe, Josh.
Trust me, these two dudes cover it all—from the current state of Google to how to gain powerful links, the power of private blog networks, what metrics to look at if you want to build one yourself, and how to protect your PBN if you do create one. It's all here, baby!
So what are you waiting for? Click play or download your PDF transcript above and let's get into it.