Building Tier 1 – This Link Building Tutorial is the third video of my Ultimate Guide To Tiered Link Building video tutorial series.
In this video you will learn
- How to setup and schedule the entire campaign
- Advanced spinning techniques that will make you stand out from the crowd
- Various personal tips and tricks
Partial Transcript (full transcript on the blog)
Hi guys Matthew Woodward here and welcome to part 3 of the ultimate guide to tiered link building.
In this video I’m going to show you how to setup and schedule all of your tier 1 links over my shoulder.
I’m also going to show you some advanced spinning techniques that will help you stand out from the crowd and get more out of your campaigns as well as some of my personal tips and tricks which I know you’re going to love.
If you watched the last video then you should have prepared and spun
- 3 x 500 word articles
- 1 set of social bookmark titles and descriptions
- 1 set of web directory titles and descriptions
- 1 set of related keywords and tags
- 1 video with titles and descriptions
- and imported all of your target sites into ultimate demon
If you don’t have all of this ready then get to work otherwise carry on watching.
Also in the last video we setup our global proxies, ping servers and captcha solving services so make sure you’ve done those before you carry on. Once you’ve done that on the projects tab here click new and name your project in this im going to call it video tutorial and press save.
Then open the project and the first thing we are going to do is create the web 2.0 sites so come up to task here, click on new select web 2.0 tasks and wait for that to open. Make that fullscreen and the first thing that we need to do is select sites that we want to post to. So to do that hit the green plus and just from the top here I’m going to scroll down and select a few hundred of them, that’ll do and click add.
The next thing that we need to do is add in our author bio and account information. So to do that you click the green plus here and let’s just maximise this and you can see that it’s already filled out a lot of the information that we need such as first name, last name and username and things like that. So we can come straight to e-mail here, click on the e-mail button and paste in the email address your going to use and our template in this case is live.com or hotmail. And that automatically fills in the mail servers for us and we put in the username and password and it’s always a good idea to test these settings before you continue. And as you can see that’s connected fine.
We then need to fill out the rest of the fields, as you can see the address information is already done. We have the miscellaneous section here which is used to fill out any author profiles on sites it signs up to where available. So let’s paste the author bio in, the title of our website, our website url for the phone number we can just hit the red dice button, the company name which I wouldn’t worry too much about just make sure it is well spun so it’s always unique and the job title just hit the red dice over here.