bogart (19 October, 2012)
Some Q/A's that came into my head ...
Q: How do you obtain an authority domain?
A: Hold onto a domain name that hosts established content for years.
Or, maybe purchase an existing site.
Q: What kind of new content is likely to persist?
New original content.
Timeless, useful content.
Q: How can you avoid getting your content ripped off?
Make it unattractive to copy e.g. specific to your brand, product, or local area.
How to avoid ranking penalties?
Avoid building large numbers of low quality links.
Ensure that the site contains quality content that would pass a manual review.
Site topic ideas:
Advertise your services
Provide a service to web masters
Provide an on-line tool
Create a specialist interest site
Create websites for local businesses
Just some ideas to stimulate topics for discussion:
bogart (19 October, 2012)
It's important to get links from other authority sites. But this goes back to producing high quality content. Now, how much content do you need? I think between 150-500 articles is a good start.
Mainly you have to decide your domain name which is niche to our business, because it starts to build-up your business. Post some good articles related to your site i.e genuine not repeated content. After this do some SEO which gives more traffic to your site.
At least in theory, people should link to the authority site because it is an authority. It doesn't always work that way. But that's the theory that people will link to quality content. I usually encounter the opposite that they copy my articles rather than linking back.
Although choosing a top, keyword-rich domain can be very important when launching a new business, but it alone will not guarantee having top positions. You can find thousands of websites that have bright ranks on major search engines and their domains do not have keywords.
Contents once merged with strong links will actually generate some amazing outcomes over the net. If you write compelling copies and publish them on your site, and manage to gather some strong links, gradually you will see raise in your web placement and traffic shares.
I don't like adding content to me it gets very tiring.
I have let most of my sites go. If I buy another site it will be a site where members add the content. It will have no niche just a lot of chat and bs.
I agree......it does get tiring. But i LOVE making money and i love money more than i hate making content so for me, its an easy choice. I make fresh content and watch the money roll in Who could not like that?I don't like adding content to me it gets very tiring.