Ninja Report: How To Start Your Own SEO Business & Make Hundreds (If Not Thousands!) Of Dollars The First Month

[Disclaimer Time!

Before you start reading this report, a quick disclaimer: I have to say this. Just because this has worked for me doesn’t mean it will earn you as much as I have. I can only share with you my personal experience and that’s what I am choosing to do here. In fact, I didn’t not break a grand the first month but I did make around $800. Read the details. All will be unveiled in time).

Alrighty then?

Okay, also, my main goal with this report was not the bells and whistles… such as design and bullshit. It was to get it out. Kapeesh? Kapeesh!

Lastly, this is a very candid report. Super personal. Proof is more towards the end, you’ll see].

Ummm, fair warning: this report is over 4000 words long sooo, why don’t you go grab a mugga-hot-coffee first, yeah? In fact, bring me back one as well…. and then pick this up and digest it in chunks πŸ˜€ (Okay, let’s stop playing, plunge away).

Now that you are done with that… let me be clear: I created this report, from the bottom of my soft heart, because guess what? It’s my birthday. And I believe in karma. Since I have “figured out” the basics of how to earn money from offering SEO services, I thought I would pay it forward by sharing this information with whoever the hell is interested. All I ask for hours put into this work and sharing it with you, for free, is that you “like” or “share” it. But of course, read every word first and see if it is worthy of a share or a like! By all means. But finally, let me shove you towards the report:

Lookie here you! It’s no secret that people all around the world, including fellow Americans (myself not being an exception!) have financially struggled in the last few years. I remember when I graduated in 2007 with stars in my eyes, a BS degree in Computer Science, with so much potential laying ahead of me. I’m sure you know the feeling…

Then, starting my new job as a programmer for the local school district… and then fucking 2008 and watching the asshole news all over indicating an economy so much in trouble, that it jolted our generation. Let’s take this part seriously.

What doesn’t get thrown at Millennials? We get told we are the entitled, lazy generation. No sir, I would say we are the smarter generation, who want to leverage everything at our disposal for a better life. But, let me not go off on a tangent here… let’s reel it back in.

Hi! My name is Moon (after reading this, go poke around on my site) and the last few years, without holding back, have been shitty. You see, no body prepared me for the real world: not my parents, not school, not classes, nor my professors (but hell, God bless them all. They did their best).

All I knew was that I would get a job with my degree that would pay me well and I would run into exciting opportunities and climb this God damn ladder into a world where Unicorns shit money on my face and I keep depositing thousands of dollars into my account, left and right. Just live that disgustingly good, rich, debaucherous life…

Someone, cue Jay-Z’s “Big Pimpin'”…

Yeah, okay, so let’s fast forward a bit. Got a decent job. I hold nothing against folks who have to support families and perhaps can’t take risks like I did. I get it. No one likes the idea of depending on others or becoming homeless. Life isn’t fair for most of us.

This job that I found, that seemed magical Unicorn rainbow farts at first, turned out to be nothing but human-like sharts to my face. I realized that I would spend my days watching the clock tick slower than the Friday that was supposed to come a lot faster. I also realized there was no damn ladder to climb. I could go into so many details here but let’s just say: bureaucracy can go suck a horse off.

(If you can’t tell, I have a language problem but please stick with me here… I look polite but once the filter is removed, it’s onnnnnn, MoFos~!)

Anyway, in those days, I discovered all about making money online and “SEO” and “ranking websites”. Since 2008, this has become an obsession, peaking right about… *tick tock* NOW! I’m like that old geyser who has stuck her card in two different slot machines, waiting for her pay-off while sucking on an old, used cigarette butt. (Or is that your grandma? HA!)

I launched websites and I failed and then I succeeded. Then it all really, really sucked when Google threw updates around 2012. Fast forward to then. I had moved to California by that time and decided to start offering freelancing SEO services.

After my sites tanked, I was down for a bit. I was busy offering freelancing services to pay my bills. I was still pissed… but it bothered me. I liked… no, I loved having my own sites ranking and affiliate checks coming in. I had a taste of greatness.

SO, the next thing I wanted to do was stabilize my freelancing services. The next couple of years were burnt up in frustration and personal struggles… paying my bills but not really putting myself out there. Just getting by is never fun. Living paycheck to paycheck isn’t a good feeling. Waiting for disasters to strike means living every minute full of anxiety and fear. Sound familiar? I am convinced that this is most of us.

Back to offering services. After all, when you offer a product or service, newsflash: you’re running a business. If you don’t treat it as such, it’s a damn hobby, SON! You need to be PROUD of what you do! (A valuable lesson that took me years to grow into!!!) You can’t dedicate two hours to it on Monday, one on Tuesday, then get back to your client on Sunday. You need to be consistent to build a strong reputation!

And now, let’s fast forward to 7 months ago. I hit another wall. I was doing part-time freelancing and also working part-time for an organization teaching children coding principals. While that job opened my eyes to what I had to offer has a human, I was having a hard time juggling my… work schedule. I felt like a chicken with its head cut off.

I wanted the same thing you do: a lifestyle that allows me to enjoy life while earning the money I want, doing work I love! Because, for me, it’s not about the $$ itself, but rather the choices it can afford me. We all want to help ourselves, our families and friends, travel… whatever it is! Money allows us to do that, right? So, let’s not fuck around: money is a motivation for me. It is for you too. And it’s okay to admit that!

I am sick of people telling us that being greedy isn’t a good thing. What if we are not greedy enough? By greedy, I don’t mean take food or money from the mouth of the hungry and the needy.

By greedy, I mean aim so fucking high, that you are greedy with your goals, with your intent in helping yourself and others.

But forget all of that, that damn wall… The funding didn’t come through for the organization which meant we were screwed and no more part-time income.

So, late last year, I started experimenting with my own site with a seriously ridiculous focus. I had started an Amazon affiliate site over a year ago from then. This time, I vowed to myself that I wouldn’t rely on anyone else but myself for income.

How exactly would I earn my own income?

Two parts: Start my own SEO service based business and rank my own sites that earn an affiliate income (and sell them, if that makes sense).

This time, I would figure out how to run my own business, how to acquire my own clients, no matter what. The last time I ran into such a resolve was when I needed to lose weight. Not only did I lose the weight but now I have a goal to become a very good athlete within the community. I have no qualms that I am about to do the same with my own business, this very site, what you are about to get here.

Stick around and I will explain to you how I literally went from $0 to $800 to breaking a grand… within 2-3 months of offering these services. I literally did it with no start-up money… at all. But please, if you don’t read this whole report with an open mind, you are doing yourself a disservice. You can literally take what I did and apply it right away. Now, don’t get me wrong: plenty of things have gone wrong but there is only ONE major difference in my attitude: I have embraced the resolve that I will be successful… no matter what. That’s it! If problems come up, I will figure out solutions. That’s all that separates successful people from unsuccessful ones.

I don’t care if I’m on my knees with my last dollar, scraped and bruised, I will get up one more fucking time, look myself in the mirror, figure out how to best it to generate a few hundred more and then, a few thousand more. Because you know what? It’s not about the budget, it’s how well you can sell! This is about who you are. Fuck the dollar. It’s what you can sell, fool!

I also know that if millennials in the US have encountered a few hard years (much harder than me), then worldwide, I know how hard times must have gotten for you (please share this in the comments below, I love connecting with people). Some of you may live in third world countries. Some of you probably would love to live in the US on the poverty line. I have lived overseas and I know what life and death looks like… so here, I want to share a few valuable lessons with you while sharing how to start a freelancing SEO business with consistent growth!

Before I proceed, if you are looking for a quick get-rich scheme, you’re not going to find it here. Truth is, I’ve been bustin’ my ass for 8-10 hours a day, for majority of the week with short exceptions. Even then, I have to roll with the punches. But I see the road ahead, paved & shit, and I have a clear vision of what I am trying to accomplish, so stick with me, right here, and mimic my process and do it intelligently.

Here we go πŸ™‚

What Do You Have To Offer?

Let’s define business in the most cut & dry way possible: you have to sell something that people want or need. You sell something and get money in return for the product or service you provided to another person. Simple shit, right?

But it turns out to be much trickier than that especially when you are in the SEO domain. No offense to anyone, but it’s hard if you are in the US selling SEO services and keep getting passed up because other SEOs can sell similar services for much cheaper. It’s a blessing and a curse, lulz…

So, what can YOU do?

Let’s think about it this way. There are all kinds of people in the world. All these people have various comfort levels and various budgets, right? You will have folks who love shopping at the farmer’s market and cooking their own meals, folks who love eating at branded restaurants such as The Cheesecake Factory or Applebee’s, and you also have people who may love eating at top notch restaurants only.

What you need to know is that there are different types of consumers. You may have an easier time with one type of consumer than another (be patient, the point will be made).

Now, each type of consumer here… has a budget. Folks who don’t earn a lot usually end up eating out at pizza chains or lower end family chain restaurants (again, no offense intended, I love all types of restaurants and foods!) Those with incredible earnings probably stick to hiring personal chefs and visiting high end restaurants and don’t bat an eye at their bills.

Apply a similar logic to the world of SEO. You can sell your services to other SEOs or to local businesses or even businesses nationwide. At first, this can seem extremely overwhelming. (Editor’s Note: Keep in mind this can apply to any business whether it’s website design or online marketing or anything else!)

I’m well versed with all kinds of SEO, including local and have done it for local businesses. However, I moved away from that and am finding where I am right now to be my strength. As of now, I am offering my services to other SEOs who are either trying to rank their own websites or their client’s sites.

Now, here is the thing. Here is what is working for me and how I got to a point where I can pay my bills and am in the space of growing and ranking my own website once again, hehehe (an investment property that I plan on selling once it starts generating that moolah. If you’re interested in that journey, make sure to subscribe, because the day I hit the Bing Bang, you’re damn right I’m going to be screaming from the top of my lungs about it, ha!)

So, the ultimate question: how did I get to this point? The point of paying all my bills by myself with no one else’s help?

By putting myself on the line.

Put Yourself Out There!

I started Moon Hussain Ninja over a year ago. At the time, I only knew that I wouldn’t quit. I knew what I wanted to be known for. I knew what my strengths were… still are.

Hands down the first thing visitors/readers write me about? It’s my writing, duh. They tell me I’m a breath of fresh air. What does that mean?

With a name like Moon and my writing style, I am fucking memorable, bitches!

[Editor’s Note: Okay, so that sounds cocky, eh? I’m just being playful, I promise πŸ™‚ ]

Even on my personal FB page, I decided to share my personal struggles years ago, and now, people love to connect with me. I never understood it (and I’m starting to now, sort of) when people tell me that I am good with my words.

I decided I would share my own journey with as much honesty and integrity I could deliver. I also knew I wanted to learn from other internet marketers (which is presented to you in interview format all around this website including an interview with Diggy Dirk & Karan Labra). That’s how I have made connections with internet marketers over the years (I’ve also been long time readers of their blogs and experiments! That’s the reason they probably didn’t mind being interviewed and have their stories presented on Moon Hussain Ninja). This sort of stuff always comes back full circle.

However, Moon Hussain Ninja is one piece of the puzzle. I still didn’t know what I was doing. By chance, 8-9 months ago, I started experimenting with white hat/grey hat link building methods. These web 2.0 properties were cheap to acquire. I learned that I could enhance rankings using web 2.0s accounts with some good page authority behind them. However, the value for my clients is not in only the properties (these contain some decent juice!) The value is in the manual work I do. For instance, I log into each web 2.0 property from behind a proxy, carefully, and type up the posts… no spun junk, all manual.

See how it’s white and grey hat mixed up?

Don’t get me wrong: black hat has its place but know what you are getting into.

Since I received excellent results from web 2.0 links, I started offering packages around web 2.0s. Surprisingly, the first month, I made a little over $800. For someone with not enough of a following, this was a miracle.

I also got shit from a couple of people telling me I was charging “too much” for web 2.0 accounts. Uhhh, fuck y’all haha. Joke. My point is, there are people who will see the value in what you are offering and some that won’t. You have to learn to keep moving and not be afraid of the people who have nothing better to do. Had I listened to those punks, I wouldn’t be paying my bills right now and moving on upwards.

Yes, there it is. Web 2.0s require nothing but time and patience. Figure something out. Offer it. Charge for it reasonably. Get a few reviews and testimonials. Hook your clients up! And keep building from there…

At this point in the game, do NOT get hung up on how much your bottom line is. You will need to test price points. Say you offer 5 links for $20. Maybe you wanted to charge more. Maybe it’s not worth your time to type up 5 300-word articles to post on PA 35+ accounts. Who cares? Take the first few gigs, put some grind and sweat in, get a review or two, and increase your price point next time. Let’s say it took you two hours to come up with those 5 short posts. Maybe 1 hour to post. (I realize this is ridiculously slow but let’s entertain this idea). 20/3 = $6.67. Poo-poo. That’s not a lot at all. That’s poo cheap.

So now you can do three things: charge higher for quality and on properties with solid PA AND become faster at these tasks… or higher someone to do the writing. Let’s say you’ve learned to do this in 2 hours now and you are charging 5 links for $25. $12.50 per hour earned.

This won’t make your rich, sure. But you will see: you will find price points and advantages that will enable you to earn more. But that’s a problem for another time. You just need to get started with an offer!

But Moon! Who The Fuck Did You Sell To?

Luckily, these days, there are plenty of free resources you can use. Let’s discuss a few right here:

  • Fiverr: You’re not going to earn shitloads of money here but it’s an option. Typically services are sold for Five bucks and a $1 of it goes to Fiverr itself. $4 isn’t much at all but it’s a place to get started with the right offer and accumulate some reviews! Plus, you can offer upgraded packages which I’ve been experimenting with πŸ˜‰ You can also list services for way over $5 right off the bat, but obviously, make sure you are playing with various price points.
  • SEO Clerks: Another platform that can be a bit too hype-y for my taste but I’ve experimented with various price points here, starting with $10 all the way to $99. I have found a few clients by luck and chance here!
  • Market.SourceWave: Created by Alex Becker, this is another online spot where you can sell your SEO services. I just got started with this so I can’t give a personal testimonial but I have bought a couple services from here. Bring your A-Game and don’t be shy!
  • Warrior Forum & Black Hat World: The first one seems too full of hype for me so I have stayed away from that option. I’m considering BHW at the moment. Be forewarned: there is a fee or “donation” to become a seller on both; I want to guess around $97. I can tell you, there are sellers absolutely killing it on both platforms and I can tell you, BHW is next for me once I tweak my services a bit and hit that smooth, magical formula.
  • Facebook Groups: This shit is marvelous and has been my main bread and butter. Go join some SEO discussion and service groups. Contribute to the group with your SEO knowledge, lay some smack down, and start selling your services here. This, right here, is responsible for 90% of my income. Why? Because you are in control of what you present, you can private message potential clients. The first month I started off with Tumblr services and banked around $800. This was the most natural and easiest way I have made money.

Okay, We Are Just Scratching The Surface Here!

Chances are, most of you are just getting started in SEO or what not. Here’s the thing: I am not going to lie to you. I have been spending 8-10 hours, 5-6x a week (or more). For instance, I was training a writer and he decided to bail out on me. Now I have about 10 orders behind which really fucks me up. I hate not delivering these orders on time because I want my clients to have an all-around great experience with my products and services. I want them to come to me week after week, month after month, and spend their SEO budget with me instead of someone else. That’s not me being cocky: that’s me knowing the value I can deliver for their hard earned money.

But, for this fault that was out of my hands, I will end up offering them a 5% discount on any future services, even specials and promotions (hey, birthday month, woot woot!), yes, even if it’s a temporary loss.

I’m sorry but there is competition all around. How do you get attention? Bark! Scream! Create tons of content. I am in the middle of testing Facebook Ads on a super small budget. I am experimenting with page likes, opt-in ads, boosting posts; I am promoting them to various audiences (well, relating to SEO) and in different countries.

I haven’t had anything go viral, per se, (well, it would be nice to see this report go viral πŸ˜‰ ), but I have gained so many FB page likes, post likes, and more. A lot of people will say, “what does that do for you, Moon? Not a fucking thing!”

“Bro”, I’d say, “shut your stupid shit little mouth. Of course it helps.” Here’s how: social fucking proof. That shit ain’t no joke. Not only that, but more exposure. If I produce good content and lots of it, chances are, it’s about to get shared and liked, even if I have to give it push using FB or Youtube ads.

Look, this isn’t magic. How did you find me? How did you find this report? I can’t sit here and lie to you and say, “oh hey, I’m rolling in dough MoFos” but the truth is, after years of trying, I am finally getting something right. I never wanted to be the “make money online by selling info on how to make money online”.

Truth is, it feels good to “get it right”, do work that you enjoy, and connect with good people who want the same thing as you do. Simple as that for me. That’s the main reason I decided to create and share this report… if it helps even one person, that will put a smile on my face. (Let’s be for fucking real: I’m an online marketer, haha, my secondary reason is obviously to get my name out there. If I didn’t tell you that, you’d have a damn fine reason not to trust me. Take things at face value!)

Show UP! I Promise…

It will pay off. Trust me, when you stay in the scene you want to become an authority in, when you chime in just to chime in, consistently, over and over, opportunities will pop up. I promise. It has happened numerous times with me. A lot haven’t worked out but one in particular has and I’m thankful for that.

SO many people say it and finally I believe it: Show the fuck up for your own sake!

This is free shit. I have NOTHING to gain from this, except hopefully some readership. Yes, I sell SEO services but I figured out how to do it. If you want to buy from me, cool; if you don’t, that’s fine too. I am of the belief that most people are good people and if I can share knowledge with you that helps you, then good. Here it is. People love my style, my straight-forwardsness, and those who like what I have to order, keep ordering. If all you want is free info, well here it is.

If you wanted me to say you’re about to earn your first grand online without any issues or even $200 without trials and tribulations, yeah, it ain’t gonna happen Kid. Truth is, we all gotta pay the price for success. We gotta learn to test various services, work on the kinks behind the scenes, test different price points, hire people. Test ads. Create content. It can feel crazy sometimes. But yeah, you do have to build your reputation.

You have to stop being a damn pussy!

Make sure you have something of killer value and something people want to buy from you!

Sometimes, it feels like you are working for minimum wage, and maybe you are, but trust me, you can only go up from here.

Here’s how I have built my growing business:

[Please keep in mind that I am showing limited proof because I’m a paranoid fucker. And also, what is to stop someone from Photoshopping these images anyway? The idea is to let you see there is $$ here! And plenty of it!]



All of that came after some reviews:




[Again, I could keep going on forever…]



Right now, I’m in the midst of creating 34 videos for my 34th birthday, which is in June πŸ™‚ If you found this report helpful, here is what will be released IN JUNE:

* Videos about struggles I’ve encountered with my online business and how you can avoid them
* Super easy and cheap method to start making money online
* Ranking your website from nowhere to page 1 of Google
* Thinking on giving behind-the-scenes videos on how I’m building my business
* This summer, another report to see how far along with SEO business has come (want to triple my income!!!)

What you should know is that you are watching me build all of this from the ground floor… up. Most people only show the successful picture, making you think their journey was all flowers and no thorns nor blood. That’s just bullshit.

Let’s Review Quickly… I Know You’re Tired, Lil Boo

  • Everyone around you is struggling; Only you can help yourself!
  • Put yourself on the line!
  • Don’t be afraid; put an offer out!
  • When dealing with prospective clients, don’t be afraid to follow-up!
  • Be confident in what you have to offer!
  • If you’re not confident, why should someone else buy your product or service?!
  • Don’t be afraid of asking for money, Silly B****! Bitch better have yo Money, like Rihanna says!
  • Accumulate testimonials and reviews!
  • View problems as fun puzzles; they are a blessing of running a business πŸ™‚
  • Stop thinking ahead; start now!
  • The only reason you’re not “successful” is because you didn’t do what the successful girl or guy did!
  • Kill that shit!
  • Make your clients love you, DUH! They are helping you pay your bills, be grateful you Punk!

In Conclusion…

I have learned the hard way: no one gives a SHIT about your struggles. Meaning people have their own struggles to deal with, so most of them can NOT help you. Even if they wanted to, they have no means with which to help you…!

Right? Think about it. Perhaps you want to help your family or friends. But you don’t have it right now. So, the first thing you want to do is commit to your own success.

Without that, you’re not gonna be shit, Bruh.

It is UP TO YOU to wake up every morning, listen to something motivational (a very important habit as of late, and a mandatory one at this point!!!), create content, answer ?s wherever you’re marketing and advertising, fulfill orders (or hire and manage people).

No one else is gonna do it for you, Folks!

And guess what? I am tired of struggling too. So here I am, with my blog, with new content, with a service based business I’m building with my sweat and (literally) tears (brick by brick), creating videos (which makes me uncomfortable but I know it helps when people can see the person behind the computer); I’m willing to do whatever the hell it takes.

I’m going to take whatever I think it takes and 10X it, Grant Cordone style, baby.

Question is, will you?


Building a PBN, Karan Style [AKA The SEO Guy Who Earns $15k/Month… Yep!]

My Gosh! It’s been a while, now hasn’t it? Instead of blabbing about what has been going on (that will be a separate update, and an exciting one!), I wanted to share with you ladies and gents (aye, ladies first πŸ˜‰ ) what I have been upto, SEO-wise.

Since my last update for my own site, my rankings results have been mixed. Upon talking to my well respected internet marketer friend, Karan, we figured that I need to set up a PBN to bring this baby home. Fine, the well-respected part is dubious… jusssst kiddin’ Labra! Look at what he has accomplished in this interview I did with him last year (and yep, he’s earning shit tons more!!!): Interview: How A Young Marketer Went From $20k Debt To Earning Over $15k/Month.

In fact, it’s one thing when I know I can do this, and a whole another when your friend lays it into you, honest and raw:


Knowing Karan’s past successes and how he’s doing currently with his two websites, my ears perked up. I’m on a hunt to get this baby in top spots for the chosen keyphrases because this has the potential to change a lot of things for me.

But anyways, here we go. So, keep in mind, that you can build a private blog network for yourself, for your clients, or to make money as a business.

1. Hey Karan! So, in general, what is your process for choosing expired or dropped domains…?

I use page rank as the basic filter… anything PR 2 and above is good. Second comes the fact that the domain is still indexed in google. Third factor is the links it has… a natural link profile with 100+ links is amazing!

[Update: At the time I conducted this interview, PR could still be used. Here’s what Karan had to say recently about what he looks for: “About the PR replacement. I always relied on the “links” that the website is getting, irrespective of the PR/DA/TC/CF. Google cares about high quality contextual links, so that’s all I see when acquiring a domain name.” ]

And lastly, I check the history via to see if I can restore the site to it’s indexed last form…this saves me on content too.

2. Any other factors? Does it matter whether it’s dropped or expired? (and what’s the difference)?

Apart from all of that, I make sure I manually change the WhoIs information on all domains, including email (for that just use [email protected]) and redirect it to your main gmail account.

About hosting, I get it cheap but all different companies from:

I use to scout for domains; free account, nothing fancy.

Plus, I stick to cheap sites for now…as long as its $30 or under as the final amount, I’m good.

3. Do TLDs matter? .com or .net…?
I generally don’t care about the tlds as long as it matches all the other criteria. In case you’re not really worried about finding a strictly niche related domain, then go for .orgs… plenty of high profile domains in that TLD.

4. So, let’s say you’ve bought the domain, what’s the process like? Does it take you forever to find a domain? How quickly do you get it up and running? Do you use free or paid theme? How many pages and posts, etc.?

I generally just scout for half an hour every now and then, and if there’s something I like, I pick it up. Do not spend too much time as if there’s a good domain, you’re bound to find it sooner than later. Yes, I stick to niche related domains for my main sites and I try to restore 100% of the old content whenever possible. If the site’s content has been changed, Google can pick up on it.

I’ve got a few PBNs deindexed just for that :/

There was no other footprint…

5. How much do you pay on average for an expired domain?

$30. No more. I like to checkout GoDaddy closeouts. That’s $8 for the domain plus $20 something for renewals, etc.

I know I miss out on a lot of crazy good domains.

6. Do you use any tools in any of this process? and Ahrefs for checking backlinks.

7. Now… you’ve restored content, when do you put in links pointing to your website? Do you do it in posts? Or just sneak it in the old content?

Either in the sidebar or in the old content…
With sidebar (and assuming it’s WP), so the link is from every page on the site. I try to keep it relevant to the context, that’s all. Add a new two line paragraph if required.

Just to be clear: 90% of them are contextual, 10% site-wide.

8. Our Proud Lil SEOs have now added the links! What’s next? Do you ping the site or anything? Social bookmarks?

Nothing. Just let it sit there πŸ˜‰ You could definitely shoot some web 2.0s but that’s just an extra thing you could do. It’s not really necessary.

While we were chatting, I just came across []…. PR 2, up for auction, current price $12.

[Editor’s Note: My thoughts at this point? Damnit, chump! Now he’s just showing off, ha!]

9. How much do you spend from picking up the domain to getting it up and going?

It has links from sites like…

I keep a target of $50…including domain buyout, hosting for a year, and content if necessary.

Okay, That’s It, And I Know What’s Coming…

Righto! So, keep in mind that Karan is really good at what he does, great even. This is meant to be a starting point. Many SEOs will debate the irrelevance of PR (which Google has seemingly abandoned). I like to look at overall stats like not only PR but DA, PA, TF, and CF… PLUS what Karan has shed the light on! Checking for backlink history and restored content on is MANDATORY!

Hell, want it done a bit easier? Join FB SEO forums and talk to domain brokers or rent PBN links. Do whatever you need to do! Whatever you do, be wise about it and do NOT get scammed… do not come back here and cry >:( Do due diligence before handing your money over. Keep in mind these are general guidelines and it only gets more complex from here on out.

With that said, damn right I sell PBN links. Re-load this article (refresh!) and enter your details into the pop-up. Or heck, hit me up on the Moon Hussain Ninja FB page and message me for availability. My PBN sites are clean with good stats πŸ™‚

Catcha on the flip side, suckas πŸ˜‰

How To Hit Page 1 With Several Keyphrases In 5 Overall Steps… Wait, No, 4 ;)

Now, let me tell you the one thing I loath about being an online marketer: I have to create stupid ass titles like the one above to grab your attention because let’s face it: I’m competing with other marketers and SEOs to get your attention as well as cat memes (and yes, that was a colon within a colon and it may have broken your brain for a second. No apologies!)

But now that I have it… πŸ˜›

Let’s get started. No fluffy fluff here. The one main area I am not covering here is keyphrase and keyword research. That topic alone deserves a post and I specifically want to outline the basic phases of getting your website to the top 100 in Google, top 50, onto top 20… and finally, top 10! But then it doesn’t end there, does it? The very last step: top positions, baby πŸ˜‰

So who the fuck am I and why should you care?
Well, I’ve been doing SEO on and off since 2008… the good ol’ days when Glen of Viperchill put up his first money making guide and taught us how he was doing it. Yep, I earned a few affiliate checks before my sites tanked. I’ve helped local business rank as well and now my attention is back onto my major goal: ranking my Amazon affiliate site and selling the shit out of it and then using that money to bankroll other awesome things.

Okay, enough about me. I bet you have dreams like me. Share away. No seriously. Find my FB page or share away in the comments section. Namaste & shizzles.

But first, this made me snort & chuckle….. …. ah, c’mon:

Okay, so here we go.

Step 1: Your On-Site Optimization Needs To Be On Fleek

Sure, there are tons of things to be covered under the phrase “on-site optimization”. There are plenty of guides out there that I will link to in a minute (or not. I’m f’in tired!) However, one thing to keep in mind is that over optimizing your site and pages will hurt you as well. By no means am I recommending rudimentary keyphrase stuffing and bullshit.

My main focus for on-site optimization is that you create content around your keywords and keyphrases in an intelligent way. For sure, if you have a great budget, you can cut around this (meaning, you can invest more in backlinking, but why cut this corner?) However, I recommend at least 5-7 articles totaling 5000-6000 words.

Think about it. The more content you have, the more naturally rich it will be in your keywords you are targeting. Forget keyword stuffing: you will be using not only the keywords you are trying to target, but also synonyms and other topics that surround that topic. [Editor’s Note: Which Means I’m The Editor Too, Moon Again: I bolded that so it can burn into your eyes and then singe into your brain. Singe, singe, you beasts!)

For instance, when you land on this site, while the site is about me, the main focus is online marketing, SEO, and ranking websites. I have quite a few articles now that all use these keyprhases over and over and in a very natural way.

For your site, whether it’s a small niche site or an Amazon site, this shouldn’t be hard. Of course, use your keyphrases in an h1 tag once or twice to start off with. Don’t go freakin’ crazy though!

Make sure your content is on fleek, fool, then your h1 tags mention your keyphrases, that your page URLs contain a keyphrase (but not overkill!), use images properly (hey, fill out the descriptions!), and damnit, go ahead and take care of the damn meta tags. Fuck the debate over whether they are relevant or not! JUST DAMN WELL DO IT!!!

Okay, now that you’ve got your on-site SEO optimization on fleek… it’s time for:

Step 2: General Backlinking

So, SEOs will debate this bullshit day and night about how they can rank any site with their own PBN. Well, no shit, Sherlock, that’s the damn goal!

But, if you’ve just set up your site, you have just launched it, trying to rank your site for page 1 will be like… putting a carriage in front of the God damn horse!

If I’ve done my on-page search engine optimization correctly (and well, depending on keyphrases), I will land on anywhere from pages 3-10 (or much easier said, top 100). I like to sit on my site a good month and play with content before I do anything. My goal is longevity…

But that can be a personal choice. I want longevity with my online businesses so I tend to be cautious. Not quite white hat, but not black hat either. I coast the edge with my grey hat πŸ˜‰

Anyways, so, by now, if you have made it to top 100, anywhere, for handful or more keyphrases, congratulations, dipshit! You got the most basic of skills in SEO right! (Okay, that’s quite harsh but I’m being playful here, my apologies… tee-hee!)

If you haven’t, don’t you worry. For both categories, what you need to do is start creating backlinks for your site.

Keep a couple of things in mind. The purpose of at least half of your backlinks should be pillowing, branding, naked URLs, and untargeted phrases like “click here” and “read more”. The rest can be an even mix of your primary, secondary, and inner page keyphrase variations.

What you want to do is not only create links for your main site URL, but also for the inner pages.

Think about it: which website out there, authority or not, only has links coming into the main page?!!!

It doesn’t make any sense!

It seems like the very basics of SEO are done oh-so-wrong!

So let’s say your main URL is, yes? (This is just an example, nothing has been researched). Perhaps you have a post you created, with the link being (hell if I f’in know!)

You can build links to the inner pages with a variation of what the page is about: pink bmx model 1010x review, bmx model 1010x review, pink 1010x review, pink bmx model 1010x, bmx model 1010x, bmx pink bike, best bmx model bike., and even naked URL.

Okay, see where I’m going with this? Variations are great. For the main URL, you should focus on naked URLs, the site brand name, variations of the products or topic. Mix it up, please!

Now, your next question might be: so what type of backlinks do we create here, Moon?

At this stage, use a good mixture of social bookmarking sites. Find a good provider on Fiverr. You can also throw some new web 2.0 type of links at it including Tumblr, Over-Blog, and Weebly links.

Uhhh, and don’t do this just once. You can choose to sprinkle a 100 a week or more. It’s hard to say how many backlinks to create starting off because it’s a trial and error thing. This has a dual purpose. These links won’t put you on page 1 but they should easily bring you to pages 1-5 in Google for several keyphrases. This will need to be done a few times. Keep in mind that not every link you create will get indexed either. Make use of trustworthy web 2.0s here… which I’ve shared before: The Poor Man’s PBN: Super Charging Your Web 2.0s For Extreme Rankings… Err’ Time!

I know because this is what I have done with my last three websites πŸ˜‰

Once you start noticing these results, it’s time to move onto…

Step 3: Using Expired & Re-Registered Web 2.0s To Your Advantage!

Look, when you don’t have the best budget, there are other, cheaper methods to use that can help you greatly. In the last four months, I have not only used PBNs but also expired web 2.0s that you can re-register with some PA (page authority) behind them.

I have used Pinterest, Tumblr, Weebly, Over-Blog… and one more that escapes my tired brain. Tumblr I’m amazing at and Weebly and Over-Blog a close second. Oh yeah, Blogspot… what a damn pain in the ass!!!

With these web 2.0s, since they already have some juice behind them (the page authority they contain), it’s a matter of using enough of these accounts. For starters, start with a total of 10 Tumblr links, 5 Blogspots, 5 Over-Blogs, and 5 Weeblys. At first, there is a learning curve but you will learn the ins and outs of how each one of these web 2.0 platforms work. Try this 25 link package on a long tail keyphrase and see how effective it is.

I’m well aware these can take time and it’s way more fun to sling shit at your neighbor. Do it yourself or hire someone (I do release packages from time to time; if you’re interested, sign up to my list using the pop-up).

Hell, at the end of the day, you can also use these for branding… but I like to use these juiced up beasties for my targeted and intentional keyphrases.

While you use these for targeted keyphrases, make sure to keep building those Step 2 backlinks targeting your brand, naked URLs, and all kinds of keyphrases so you don’t get hit with any penalties because your ass got too eager and focused on building links for only 3 main keyphrases. Wow, that’s a long sentences and my English teacher would sob to death reading that run on sentence… :/

By now, you’ve got all types of backlinks pointing to your inner pages and your main site. Hell yes! By now, you should definitely have a few keyphrases on page 2 and 3.

Now, depending on your budget, we are going to take a couple of very decisive steps here…

Step 4: PBN Links & SAPE Links

This is the exciting part. If you have a low to medium competition keyphrase targeted page sitting on page 2, now, it’s a matter of pointing enough decent links at it to push it to page 1 and eventually top 3 position.

Let me put it out there now: I have not tested SAPE links but am getting ready to. I have read a couple of articles that suggest really damn good results for much cheaper than it would take to build out or rent PBN links. Debatable and depends on your ROI… do your research, Ladies and Gents of SEO! While my goal is longevity, perhaps you might not mind testing these out on your own site. Remember: this is all advice, I don’t guarantee anything.

Look: getting from page 2 to page 1 (and in top 3) is THE HARDEST PART OF THIS WHOLE THING! Your resolve will be tested every which way. If you’re lucky, maybe not.

You can do competitor analysis and get an idea. Maybe for your niche it’s 2 new PBN links a week. Maybe it will be a total of 20 PBN links or only 7. I do suggest building out your own PBN if you have the budget and time but I understand there is a learning curve (and I will be publishing a specific post on this next week!)

My keyphrases have jumped to page 1 around positions 8-10 so I am adding new PBN links. Just remember with PBN links:


At this point, while I keep building the links steadily, I’m waiting for the search engine Gods to deliver me exciting results.

In Conclusion, Sweet Buttholes From Hell…

Ah, there goes my mouth again. No, there is nothing earth shattering here but most SEOs fail at taking action or taking the right action. I know this because I’m the same way.

Build 3 links, then sit there with a thumb up my ass. “Oh nooooooooooooooooo nothing happened” and boo hoo and go fuck off somewhere.

SEO and the search algorithms are a sweet ass combination of smart and dumb. It’s quite the contradiction. At the end of the day, if you use a good combo of white and grey hat strategies, realize, it’s an algorithm ranking your website. It’s code and machinery. If you don’t give it enough credit, your dumbass will get punished. If you use common sense, you’ll do fine.

But it takes a while to get it “right”.

Hope this helps in anyway. Oh, and let me mention again: that pop-up you ignored earlier? Re-load the site and join my list because not only do I share some cool stuff there but my email list, as a sincere thank you, gets anywhere from 10%-50% off my services. No joke. My first email blast offered a 50% discount that was available nowhere else. And hint, hint. One more service on sale coming up within 24 hours πŸ™‚

Okay, toodles y’all!