- Aug 2, 2017
Pinterest is pretty much whitehat. Go look up big websites that use pinterest, they all post multiple pins daily to their site. Just mix in a few of other peoples links and you're good.Planning on building a long-term authority site and want to avoid spam, cause that seems to be the bane of long term projects from what I have gathered here.
What makes spam "spam" though? If I post a link on Pinterest to get a traffic leak going, is that considered spam or whitehat? Do I really have to be so super cautious about it and not do any promotion whatsoever?Where do I draw the line?
1-3k clicks a day that is? Outstanding. I really should get going then, haha. Thanks!Pinterest is pretty much whitehat. Go look up big websites that use pinterest, they all post multiple pins daily to their site. Just mix in a few of other peoples links and you're good.
I post my pins 5-10 times a day and get about 1-3k clicks to my site just from pinterest.
Yea, it's nice. I suggest getting tailwind to schedule posts, and joining some tailwind tribes. Getting shares from other people helps alot, especially once you get a lucky share from a huge page. Its just a spiral of increasing traffic after that.1-3k clicks a day that is? Outstanding. I really should get going then, haha. Thanks!
@goin4destiny, You can't like a post until you yourself have 3 posts and 3 likes under your belt. Then the ability to give likes appears at the bottom of each post.
The wisdom of not having too many sub-categories like you've illustrated comes from the days of flat file websites where you actually had to have them in subfolders and generally built the sites that way too, which meant you were creating a lot of leaps for search engine crawlers to go through. They give up after a certain number of leaps from where they start crawling.
These days, the advice against going that deep would be that it creates an unsightly URL. It can help the user to have the nested categories in the URL to a certain point, but then it becomes overwhelming too. If the purpose is to help your user navigate, then you'll be better served to do that with Breadcrumbs.
I've created sites with no categories in the URL at all but plenty of categories for real, which get shown in the breadcrumbs. I've also created sites with categories in the URL down to 2 levels. At this point in time, it doesn't really matter as long as they're clean and not too long. There's no substantial SEO benefit to having them shorter or longer. But cleaner is part of a better user interface. Rather than thinking about length, I'd urge you to think about visual cleanliness. And I wouldn't think more than 2 levels deep could provide cleanliness.
Yeah, the music industry is one of the most venemous and bot driven "claimers" on YouTube. They'll claim videos with titles that are the same as a song without even checking if the song is in the video. Song titles aren't even copyrightable. Google attempts to detect the usage too.But what's the story with ad revenue?
Yes, a backlink from a good site is good for your site.Are Patch articles with 1 link good for your site?
To those who have: is starting a forum worthwhile in 2019?I've never ran a forum before lol