We all know how important social media signals are when it comes to SEO. Any niche site, money site or PBN (private blog network) site should have social media presence.

It is no so much about the ranking factor here as it is about credibility and authenticity that websites connected to social media accounts undoubtedly have. Thin PBNs with no social media hooked up to them will have a very short life span and are much easier to be discredited by Google.

highjacking aged twitter account

Having said that, aged SM accounts will provide even more credibility and oomph than brand new ones and greatly increase our authority in Google’s eyes.

In the first video of this miniseries of three, I’m gonna show you how you can dig up aged Twitter accounts for your existing PBNs. It is pretty cool that you can not only utilize the power of your domains but also take advantage of the social media accounts that had been set up long time ago. Provided that those accounts are relevant to your niche, your PBN network might be boosted to a whole new level of coolness.

Let’s have a quick look at some pros of having an aged Twitter account:

  • already has followers
  • adds authenticity/credibility to your site
  • often has high page authority – more juice for your site
  • tweets are more likely to get indexed
  • you can promote affiliate offers straight away

In this first video I’m showing you how you would go about finding your old Twitter for your PBN domains.

 

The second video will show you exactly how you can find a niche related aged Twitter account and hook it up to your existing niche site for maximum relevancy and power. I also discuss a method of building an affiliate site utilizing the power of existing domain and social media accounts.

 

 

Resources mentioned in the videos:
http://expireddomains.net
https://archive.org/web
http://netpeak.us/software/netpeak-checker

 

In this third and final BONUS video I’m taking it home by showing you how to highjack those accounts for as little as $1.

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