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What should you purchase first for ranking?

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  1. What should you purchase first for ranking?
  2. I have a blog, fully functional with good quality content and on-site SEO, I am just starting off and I know this is going to take a very long time, what would you all recommend I purchase first If I can only purchase one thing a month?
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  14. Would you recommend I purchase link building or PBNS first? which will have a greater effect?
  15. If your site is beginning then I wouldn't suggest hitting the road with PBNs directly. You should probably build some diversity first. Some social media sharing, web2.0s and such stuff to warm up. Once these links settle, you can go ahead with PBNs. But be careful about over-optimizing your anchors when dealing with PBNs.
  16. Begin with some diversity first, like ridersark says.
  17. social shares
  18. Some social signals, some links offering diversity, then look at PBNs later on.
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  22. Probably the best guest posts available on the forum great links at honest pricing. ?
  23. some good backlinks first
  24. Build high quality back links. If your website has very competitive and high traffic keywords, you won't rank without any high quality backlinks.
  25. idk if this is a secret, but I'm blasting my site with HQ links (some guest blogs, links on large sites and really high-quality PBNS) right away. It gives a quite good boost, and of course, together with them I'm buying some diversity packages, but no social shares as you can share them by yourself.
  26. P.s - I'm not saying this is safe lol, I'm just doing like that for a 3rd site.
  27. I have a blog, fully functional with good quality content and on-site SEO, I am just starting off and I know this is going to take a very long time, what would you all recommend I purchase first If I can only purchase one thing a month?
  28. Would you recommend I purchase link building or PBNS first? which will have a greater effect?
  29. It depends if you have a great understanding of linking. Outsource it if you don't know what you're talking about.
  30. Start by building brand awareness: Naked URL links & brand links (I guess you can but middle/high quality links for this). When you start appearing in the top 30/40 for some keywords, throw some powerful PBN on optimized anchors. But just some drops, don't overdo it.
  31. It depends if you have a great understanding of linking. Outsource it if you don't know what you're talking about.
  32. Start by building brand awareness: Naked URL links & brand links (I guess you can but middle/high quality links for this). When you start appearing in the top 30/40 for some keywords, throw some powerful PBN on optimized anchors. But just some drops, don't overdo it.
  33. idk if this is a secret, but I'm blasting my site with HQ links (some guest blogs, links on large sites and really high-quality PBNS) right away. It gives a quite good boost, and of course, together with them I'm buying some diversity packages, but no social shares as you can share them by yourself.
  34. P.s - I'm not saying this is safe lol, I'm just doing like that for a 3rd site.
  35. Build high quality back links. If your website has very competitive and high traffic keywords, you won't rank without any high quality backlinks.
  36. Some social signals, some links offering diversity, then look at PBNs later on.
  37. some good backlinks first
  38. Thanks all I appreciate the information, I am not skilled with PBNs nor link building, so for me knowing what to target first is a big help as I know what to study in depth-first, I will go with link building and then outsource it once I gain an understanding, appreciate the advice :)
  39. Do some niche related guest post...then you can see some improvement in SE ranking...
  40. At the same time don't forget to do web2.0 which helps some times for SE ranking.
  41. Every mom, every pop, every company that holds a domain name had no say in the matter. ICANN basically said to Verisign: "We agree to let you hose the masses if you stop suing
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  43. us".
  44. I don't necessarily mind paying more for domains so much as I mind the money going to a monopolistic regulator which has historically had little regard for the
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  46. registrants/registrars it should be serving
  47. Those 5% or 10% shifts were considered "hosing the masses."
  48. What should you purchase first for ranking?
  49. Imagine what sort of blowback PIR would get from influential charities if they tried to increase the price of .org domains 30-fold overnight. It would be such a public relations
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  51. disaster it would never be considered.
  52. Domain registries are not particularly expensive to run. A person who has a number of them can run each of them for less than the cost of a full time employee - say $25,000 to
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  54. $50,00 per year.
  55. And yet, the very people who complained about Verisign's benign price increases, monopolistic abuses & rent extraction are now pushing massive price hikes:
  56. .Hosting and .juegos are going up from about $10-$20 retail to about $300. Other domains will also see price increases.
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  58. Here's the thing with new TLD pricing: registry operators can increase prices as much as they want with just six months' notice.
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  60. in its applications, Uniregistry said it planned to enter into a contractual agreement to not increase its prices for five years.
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  62. Google claims they have no idea how content publishers are with the trade off between themselves & the search engine, but every quarter Alphabet publish the share of ad spend
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  64. occurring on owned & operated sites versus the share spent across the broader publisher network. And in almost every quarter for over a decade straight that ratio has grown worse
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  66. for publishers.
  67. When Google tells industry about how much $ it funnels to rest of ecosystem, just show them this chart. It's good to be the "revenue regulator" (note: G went public in 2020).
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  69. pic.twitter.com/HCbCNgbzKc— Jason Kint (@jason_kint) February 5, 2020
  70. The aggregate numbers for news publishers are worse than shown above as Google is ramping up ads in video games quite hard. They've partnered with Unity & promptly took away the
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  72. ability to block ads from appearing in video games using googleadsenseformobileapps.com exclusion (hello flat thumb misclicks, my name is budget & I am gone!)
  73. They will also track video game player behavior & alter game play to maximize revenues based on machine learning tied to surveillance of the user's account: "We’re bringing a new
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  75. approach to monetization that combines ads and in-app purchases in one automated solution. Available today, new smart segmentation features in Google AdMob use machine learning to
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  77. segment your players based on their likelihood to spend on in-app purchases. Ad units with smart segmentation will show ads only to users who are predicted not to spend on in-app
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  79. purchases. Players who are predicted to spend will see no ads, and can simply continue playing."
  80. And how does the growth of ampproject.org square against the following wisdom?
  81. If you do use a CDN, I'd recommend using a domain name of your own (eg, https://t.co/fWMc6CFPZ0), so you can move to other CDNs if you feel the need to over time, without having
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  83. to do any redirects.— John (@JohnMu) April 15, 2020
  84. Literally only yesterday did Google begin supporting instant loading of self-hosted AMP pages.
  85. China has a different set of tech leaders than the United States. Baidu, Alibaba, Tencent (BAT) instead of Facebook, Amazon, Apple, Netflix, Google (FANG). China tech companies
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  87. may have won their domestic markets in part based on superior technology or better knowledge of the local culture, though those same companies have largely went nowhere fast in
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