I am trying to outrank some sites for an affiliate term. They have 5,000 – 8,000 word articles that nobody will ever read. My article is only 3,000 words. Should I push up my content length to match theirs, or can I outrank them now already? 8,000 words for a review site seems like overkill to me.
i see that most people rank a different page for each different city for the same business. For example they have one page for "plumbers los angeles" and another page for "plumbers santa monica"
This seems like way more work in terms of content and link-building. How difficult would it be to rank in the local results for multiple cities with just the homepage? (if you have only one location). And why would you build multiple pages?
I see in a lot of terms and conditions on CPA networks like peerfly and maxbounty, that "deceptive" advertisers are subject to having their accounts terminated..
What does this mean? I can't use fake articles and fake news stories to promote these products? Are any of you doing it? I thought a lot of people are doing this and having success with it…
Do any of you promote weight loss affiliate offers with bing? I was doing it for a long time before, but in the past month or two they are banning every account when I start a campaign and use keywords like "diet" "weight loss" or "fat". Anyone else experiencing this? Also noticing the same thing with niches like "hairloss".
is there any risk to having all your money sites with the same Whois info and under the same Gmail account? (Analytics, search console) I'm not planning on crossing any links from the same PBN's to the money sites, by the way.
My concern is more about putting yourself on their radar as someone who actively does SEO. Do any of you do it ?