PageRank (PR) had always been the go-to metric to decide the power of a domain. PR was discontinued back in 2013, but the data is still available and put to use. However, since the data is no longer being updated, PageRank is no longer valuable to determining the authority of the domain. Over the years, many new metrics were introduced by services such as Moz, Majestic, Ahrefs, SEMRush, etc. These are now the new metrics for filtering out the good from the bad. GSA SER in particular, had always depended upon PR to sort the target domains for backlinking. To get more accurate numbers, GSA PR Emulator was introduced to work alongside GSA SER. The tool maps PR to either Yandex, Alexa, or SEMRush metrics. Domains/pages are sent to GSA PR Emulator from GSA SER and then returned back with a mapped PR.
Well, it’s been a year since writing part 10. I had some things go on and got sidetracked unfortunately in a different direction. However, instead of wrapping up, I’m going to try to regroup and continue on. In the last part, we did a simple stats check. In total, we did 2 different Fiverr submissions to boost views, likes, and shares. The 1st submission resulted in a #10 spot in YouTube and the 2nd submission results in a #3 spot. However, both had no influence on the Google ranking of the video. In the last part, we were planning on sending social signals to the video to see if it had any impact on the Google ranking (and YouTube as well). Unfortunately, that is where I got cut off, but I am going to pick up exactly where I left off. First, lets see how the YouTube ranking has been doing the past year..
Expired Tumblr accounts are now available in the shop. Just like the expired Twitters, these sub-domains are most powerful when used as a Tier 1 level in your SEO campaigns. Unlike most expired web 2.0 account providers, I’ve filtered the domains to include Majestic metrics alongside the Moz metrics. The Majestic metrics are trust flow, citation flow, external backlinks, and referring domains. The Moz metrics are domain authority, page authority, and Moz rank. Most providers will provide accounts that only have a Moz page authority. I’ve calculated the Majestic metrics into the equation to provide only top quality expired accounts. By doing so, these will provide you the most authority and link juice possible.
Expired Twitter accounts are back in stock. I took them down temporarily, but am now in the process of loading new ones in. Currently there are 16 accounts with some nice metrics for SEO purposes. The portfolio will be continually updated daily. On the way are more Web 2.0 accounts: Tumblr, Over-Blog, etc.
Majestic Bulk Checker is still in stock. I kept this tool cheap at only $10 lifetime. For this price, you can check an unlimited number of domains depending on the number of proxies you have. I highly recommend investing in backconnect proxies if checking a large number. The software returns Trust Flow, Citation Flow, # of external backlinks, and # of referring domains.