How can I get 2000 visitors a day from search engines with budget of $1000?

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I have a site with 150 visitors a day from all search engines such as Google, Bing, Yahoo search and I want to increase traffic for my website. Niches are blogging and web hosting tips. I have budget of $1000 and need targeted traffic 2000 visitors a day from search engines. It is possible to invest effectively this amount into SEO that bring more traffic? How should I go about doing this? What steps should I follow?
 

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Hi,

I am not really sure if you're trying to do paid traffic (Google Adwords) to get 2000 visits a day or if you want to hire an SEO agency that will optimize your niche sites and rank them in the first positions of the SERP's.

If you want to launch Adwords campaigns, it really depends on the cost per click of the keywords you're targeting. If these are low competition keywords, then I presume that with a budget of 1000$ you can most certainly get 2000 visits a day. The questions is, would you be able to convert those leads once they land on your websites so as not to burn all your budget?

If you're willing to hire an SEO company, with a budget of 1000$ you will certainly get more than 2000 visits a day if that company does a good job SEO wise.

All the best!
 

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...It is possible to invest effectively this amount into SEO that bring more traffic?
Yes it is definitely possible.

How should I go about doing this? What steps should I follow?
There's 2 ways I would recommend, you can either build your own private blog network or simply get someone with a private blog network and buy links from them. Whether you build your own PBN, get an seo company or an individual who has a PBN, that's totally up to you.

I can't guarantee how many visitors you'll get, that will depend on your experience and many other factors. With $1K you can even hire a company/individual to build and maintain a PBN for you.

Hope that helps.
 

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I am not a big fan of PBN's. Anything you try to outsmart Google will not pay off in the long run.

With Google doing more and more updates for its search algorithm, you never know when you're going to be hit pretty hard with a penalty for building links using Private blog networks.

Just my opinion though :)
The reason it's called private blog network is because it's "private" not public. Google has no way of finding out you're running a PBN if you do things right. You'll only get hit if you do things wrong, there's no way Google bots can find a PBN, because it's private.

People have been using PBNs for over a decade now. If Google hits your site after getting some PBN links then you're using a public blog network instead of a private one.

Anything you try to outsmart Google will not pay off in the long run.
Clearly you're talking about something you don't know, like I said people have been ranking pages using PBNs for over a decade. So what do you mean when you say it won't work in the long run, is a decade not a long run?

Get your facts right.

It's like private property, you can die if you step your foot on private property so just like people google respects other people's privacy. Google doesn't have the right to go snooping on private property unless they're invited.

Unless you're talking about a public blog network then that one won't last long, google will find it and your sites will get hit.
 

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Pretty interesting conversation....

I am not talking about Public networks but Private Blog networks, I know the difference between the 2.

Check out these sources, Google has indeed targeted PBN's in the past:

[URLnofo]http://www.nichepursuits.com/alright-google-you-win-ill-never-use-private-blog-networks-again/[/URLnofo]

[URLnofo]http://searchengineland.com/google-targets-sites-using-private-blog-networks-manual-action-ranking-penalties-204000[/URLnofo]

[URLnofo]http://www.thesempost.com/google-discover-private-blog-networks/[/URLnofo]

[URLnofo]https://www.seroundtable.com/google-hits-private-blog-networks-19196.html[/URLnofo]

I used to work for an SEO agency and we used PBN's to build backlinks to clients' websites, so I know how it works. The most difficult part is finding expired domains with good trust flows and domain authority (ideally greater than 15). Other than that, low quality expired domains will have very little impact on your rankings.

You say that it's like 'Private Property'!!! Wrong, you use PBN's to increase your rankings in the SERP's so it's not a private property anymore. A private property would be a private discussion forum where people exchange information without any benefits.

So the question is: Are using PBN's for building links a white hat or black hat SEO technique? Obviously it's black hat SEO and you're always at risk of a Google penalty in the future.
 

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Split the budget in two half. Spend one for building good resourceful and insightful content. And spend the rest in link building. I am not saying that hire an agency to do link building but invest in good content writers so you can guest post in other high authority blogs and can get some juicy links.
 

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This depends on how you use your money, better if you choose the right website builder. Weebly and WIX are the most great website builders with high ranking on search engines. They provide you the best services if you choose their expensive plan. Choose a package that includes a SEO improvement to instantly rank in 1st position for some keywords.
 

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You make google sound like it's some super ninja, google will only find your PBN if you let it, PERIOD!

I said it's like private property because you can see it from the outside but to go in you need permission. So google will only see what I want it to see.

Google can't see who owns the domain(s), they can't see that I'm the only 1 person running all the blogs/sites hosted on different hosts, cms platforms (wordpress, html, joomla, drupal etc.), different IP addresses etc. and if they do then I have to find out what I did wrong and fix it instead of making google some super ninja.

There are tons of people who swear that they'll never use PBNs again, so if it didn't work for them then sorry. But it works for me and a whole lot of other people. PBNs are also not black hat, I could say grey, but feel free to call it black. I say grey because I actually use some of the websites as real active blogs so some get traffic and some engagement they're not just for link building.

Whether you take my advise or not it's fine with me, I'll just keep sharing what works for me and will never mislead anyone or tell them about something imaginary or hearsay.

So Khassani guy, it's too bad PBNs didn't work for you and as you share your story I understand why you wouldn't recommend them. There are a lot of sad stories about PBNs but on the bright side there are tons of success stories as well.

So you can keep not recommending them because they didn't work for you and others, while I keep recommending them coz they work for me and a whole lot of other people. Some of them are even forum members here, who'm I thank for the great knowledge they've shared with us.
 

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Hi,

I am not really sure if you're trying to do paid traffic (Google Adwords) to get 2000 visits a day or if you want to hire an SEO agency that will optimize your niche sites and rank them in the first positions of the SERP's.
From my experience, I could spend 3000 to $4000 monthly for a site with Google Adwords and when stopping it, your site traffic will back to zero hence I needed organic traffic from SEO which is more stable.

The reason it's called private blog network is because it's "private" not public. Google has no way of finding out you're running a PBN if you do things right. You'll only get hit if you do things wrong, there's no way Google bots can find a PBN, because it's private.
Can you elaborate this step, how to make PBN "private" not public to search engines? I am getting confused on this.
 

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Unfortunately that's not something I can't fully explain here because there's a lot of stuff, so I would recommend that you buy a course that teaches people how to build a PBN. But here are a few things one can do to avoid google from finding your network:

  • Get domain privacy protection
  • Mix and Privatized owner details (unique name, physical address, email etc. for each domain)
  • Different server and name server for each domain
  • No interlinking between PBN sites (the pbn sites never link to each other)
  • Different CMS (wordpress, joomla, drupal, html etc.)
  • Block Crawlers (this is optional and I never do it to the whole pbn network)
  • Social accounts for each domain
  • Random Plugins (don't use the same plugins on all domains)
  • Use multiple hosting companies

This is all I can think of right now, that's why I recommend you to get a course. The things I mentioned are not easy tasks. It's tedious work and you also need a full explanation as well as examples or preferably a case study. But hope that answers your questions.
 
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