SEO: The Ultimate Guide To GSA Search Engine Ranker Page 3

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As you can see in the background kua'ano integral details change depending on one machine defined variables to describe the bottom of that part of the platform. Right-clicking on a platform area that, open to life, is chosen for it, according to the report in the image below, the majority of people in judgment-results but I will give a brief explanation on the important and kaila'ae.

Choice of GSA engine Search Engine Ranker

Uncheck articulate and No-Follow Link - un-Check details ser tobacco respond links but it is inaccurate love with domain owners customize their domains with the intent links do not end in the e'olu'olu.

Uncheck specific use Contextual Links - un-Check details will not be able to put a full article in the kōmi'ōkuhi. When the user Select this election it will be presented with the options to choose in the "Articles only", "only" and "leave everything". And the number of stages in Tales in theory can the Mail's article and / or the entire content of ia'ōnaehana deployed.

I understand this mystery like the Webmaster of the server to lock up the Mail that the articles are not only all the pili'ike for mea'ōnaehana content but if the screen the judgment was done-and you welcomed Import the login details in ser then you can use the tool to select Mail article a bowl of you.Further to the platform can Mail the articles and pili'ike, can use the details uncheck to use contextual links Check in and, then, took pili'ike in the election bill pay so you will only left with articles.

Uncheck Specific Use Email Verification - this is a good reason for you to build the stage and platform as blog comments, picture comments, trackbacks and guestbooks with a deselects all engines will require verification email.

First, inā'oe not use the fish-all email storage, the costs of the mail services like yahoo mail and mail.ru could koke'oni down the power koho'ana this election take the need for your program because it will leave you with the image and high yield Loa'a'ia links only for the money in your.

The second, to remove the requirement for checking the mail for the full project and speed up the process of massively. Kino, if I am using this type of thread I would like all the links can build the life, that with this election chose to take the time off points and wastes on checking and verifying your meaning ser is entitled to keep fruits and blasting new and more links.

58 - Center on -'Ikepili pay bill

Open ka'ikepili fine musicians, the default is to pay electric ser open.

59 - The Center - Article manager pay bill

Open the article manager window, which I will cover later in the tutorial.

60 - The Center - Options pay bill

Open the program settings window which I will cover later in the tutorial.

61 - The Center - Email Verification pay bill

Open the verification email wages bill which I will cover later in the tutorial.

62 - The Center - Notes pay bill
Open the message that I pay bill covering later in the tutorial.

63 - The Center - APIs without pay bill

Open the APIs without pay bill which I will cover later in the tutorial.

64 - The Center - Project URLs Field

This is the program the URL of GSA Search Engine Ranker to build links to be able to use it. On the right of the field, there is a pitch box can click to see URLs currently in ho'ohui'ia to this program.

65 - excellent - Project Administrator URLs

Clicking on this open the program URLs adjusted as shown in the screenshot below. To select how the ankle-describe but one thing I would add is that if you want to change the URL into the program I usually click risking must see the program the URL field, then press and change the property from a library and more. I am e'oia'i'o if there is nothing in the code for this but I remember way back when I started using GSA Tales is considered good practice to do it like with the right stuck with me from the first sling.

66 – Upper Centre – Randomise URLs Tick Box

Ticking this tick box forces SER to post to the URLs in the project URL field at random rather than just work its way down the list. In theory, if you have a large number of links in the project URL field and are running on a slow machine there is a chance of a footprint but I tick it out of habit.

67 – Upper Middle – Tiered Link Building Options

Ticking the “Use verified URLs of another project {Multi-Tier/Linkwheel}” option presents the user with the below screenshot. All of the users other projects will be displayed and they will be able to tick the projects the wish to attach the open project to making the open project build its links to the verified links of the selected project.

Built as fast as the project to link bound "Edit FilterOptions animal" box opened and when the user clicks with the options in the picture below, followed by some explanation of the settings. I have my own system for url tiering in SER, but I will go to the options provided.
Use anchor text from the verified URL - Corresponds to the anchor text on the tiered links anchor text so if the layer was an anchor anchor text "test anchor" then the tier two links anchor would also be "test anchor".

Run only - Ticking this option will prevent the project links to build one of the following links in the level of a project. For example, the animal a project has 100 links with 25 will follow and 75 will not follow, this option would follow the project only build links for the 25 follow follow links.

Only indexable - I have no idea how SER tries to work out when a link is indexable, so I've never used this option.

PR must be at least - forces the level that an URL presents to meet a custom PR before it links to it.

Maximum number of external links - ticking this option, the verified verifies the verified URLs for it is from bound link count to give the user the ability to build no links when the links are over what they consider to be too high.

In my experience, different content management systems have a different natural outbound link count that could be coupled with web master site customization, as with a current Posts widget in the sidebar means a perfectly good tier A links page An example outgoing link count anywhere from zero - hundred or even higher.

In addition, there are a number of uses for links built by GSA SER, two examples are to pass link juice and dilute Anchor text. If your project is used to dilute anchor text, then you have no need to worry about outbound link count as you do not have link juice waste all you care about is getting that link indexed in google.

Maximum internal links - similar to the external link option through this option checks for internal links on the page and again perfectly good animal A link pages can range from one to one hundred incoming links and again depends on what you use the project to.

URLs Age In Days - I have my own method to make this functionality, but in my opinion this is an excellent setting. At the time of writing the two main problems of building links with GSA Search Engine Ranker is the problem of putting them into the Google index and link loss over time.

As I have previously mentioned when a domain ends up on a premium site list for SER there is a high chance the web master will take counter measures such as putting a harder captcha on the domain, changing the content management system, deleting the post, rolling back the domain or taking the domain offline.If the options to roll back the domain, take the domain offline or delete the post are taken then any link building to that URL has been a waste of system resources. This option lets your tier two campaign wait for the example a week before building any links to a tier one link giving the web master plenty of opportunity to remove the link and thus is the link is still alive there is a decent chance it will stick long enough to be useful and pass juice from your tier two.

Min URLs that the main project must have – Essentially gives the user the ability to define a minimum verified URL count that the tier one project must have before building tier two links to it. Off the top of my head, I cant think of a reason this would be useful.

Use only URLs from the following engine types – Gives the user the ability to tell the tier two project to only build links to the selected engine types such as articles, social networks and wikis.

Verified URL must have anchor – Allows the user to define the anchor that the tier one verified link must have in order to receive links from the tier two campaign. Although I would not use this personally, the theory is that you would put your exact match or LSI terms in here to strengthen the tier one links with those anchor texts even more.

68 – Upper Middle – URL Randomisation

These give the user the ability to add variation to the link, personally I don’t use these.

69 – Middle – The keyword Pane

The user can put keywords in here for SER to use to scrape search engines, another use for the keyword pane is the GSA Search Engine Ranker macro %keyword%. You can use this macro in your anchor text breakdown or your articles rather than typing the keyword out yourself and SER will automatically change it to your keyword.

Then if for whatever reason you want to change your keyword to a keyword variation then all you would have to do is type the keyword variation into the keyword pane and SER will automatically add it to future links build rather than you having to go through everything and change it manually.

70 – Middle – Scraping Options

Allows the user some control over how GSA SER will scrape the search engines, I personally use Scrapebox to scrape so I have never used these options.

71 – Middle – Anchor Text Pane

Allows the user to import anchor texted words here. I am not sure but I think that if your anchor text breakdown that I would explain later in the tutorial does not add up to 100% then SER will fill the gaps with keywords from here. To my knowledge, I have never used this as I prefer to have my anchor text breakdown add up to 100% so I have a little more control over what is produces.

72 – Lower Middle – Anchor Text Breakdown

This allows the user a few options to manipulate the anchor text ratio of the links being created by GSA SER for the project. Although the fields are labelled up as things such as “Primary Match”, “Secondary Anchor” and “Branding Anchor” you can use them how you see fit.

One thing to note is that the anchor text breakdown here will not be exactly what you get. For example, say you build 100 links and have your anchors set to be 50% “Anchor Text 1” and 50% “Anchor Text 2” SER runs the campaign but some of the engines you have enabled for the campaign do not support anchor text, they force the link to have the url as its anchor so right away you have 40% “Anchor Text 1”, 40% “Anchor Text 2” and 20%”URL” with a total of 100 verified links for the project.

Then over time link loss kicks in and all of your “Anchor Text 2” links are lost meaning you are left with 60 total verified links. 40 of them saying “Anchor Text 1” and 20 of them saying “URL” at this stage you now have an anchor text ratio of 66.66% “Anchor Text 1” and 33.33% “URL”.Now this next part is up for debate and I personally feel that if a link is not in the Google index then it offers no value to ranking in Google and is not counted at all where as other people feel that provided the link has been crawled then it matters.

That being said let’s presume that out of your 60 links only 20 of them manage to get indexed and remain within the Google index and by chance all 20 of them are the ones with an anchor text of “URL”. In my opinion, this leaves you with 20 usable URLs from the project all with an anchor text of “URL”.

Now I know this is unrealistic but I chose this example as I have seen people on various forums complaining that when they check their anchor text rations using tools such as AHRefs their anchor text rations are way off.I hope this little explanation will help you understand how even though you have told GSA Search Engine Ranker to build you 50% links with “Anchor Text 1” and 50% of your links with “Anchor Text 2” you can in theory end up with 100% of your verified links that matter to Google with anchor text “URL”

73 – Bottom Centre – Test Button

In all honesty, I don’t know if this button is new but I cant remember ever seeing it before other than when I was marking the screen grab up in Skitch with numbers. That being said it seems like pressing it runs a soft test for the project and will present the user with any errors present.

74 – Bottom Centre – Tools

Pressing this button will present the user with the project tools options in the screenshot below followed by an explanation of what each option does.


Auto Fill – Presents the user with a number of options that they can enabled to auto fill the fields within the project that require content. There are various service available to import content from but I have always used Kontent Machine and will continue to do so unless the content it provides becomes a problem to index when compared to other content sources of GSA release their own content generation tool.

Spin Content – Due to using Kontent Machine I have never tested this button but I presume it will run all text you have entered into the project through the built-in spinner.

Footprint Studio – Opens the footprint studio we have already been over.
Import – Allows the user to import templates into the project and account data for privately hosted blogs.

Export – Allows the user to export the options above as well as make backups of the project.

Show URLs – Shows the submitted and verified count for the project.

Import Target URLs – Allows the user to import targets for the tool to build links on from a file, their clipboard or their site lists in the folders.

Scrolling Our Way Down The Data Tab
Here we have a screenshot when the data tab is scrolled down, remember that not all of these fields will be shown in your projects, these depend on the properties and engines selected for the project but for this tutorial I plan to go over as much as possible.

75 – Upper Centre – Login Information

Although I usually just let the randomly generated content from Kontent Machine fill these fields the Login option can be useful. Some of the engines in SER will name the account the same as the login information and then put this account name in the URL of the page.

For example, say you are wanting to rank for the term “Widgets”. You could enter the term “widgets” into your login field to try and increase the chances of you having your keyword in the URL of any pages build with SER. On the off chance other users are trying to rank for the same term as you and using the same tactic to try and get their keyword in the page URLs there are two options you can take.

Option one GSA’s random number macro %random-<min>-<max>%. To use this you would enter the following into the login field, “Widgets%random-<0>-<9999>%” and when SER is building your links it would take the term widgets and add a random number between 0 and 9999 to the end of it. The second method is adding spin tax to the end of the term widgets such as “Widgets{1|2|3|4|5}” and SER would use the term widgets followed by a number from 1 to 5.

Although unlikely it could be possible income very competitive niches that users are doing what you are doing and have hit the site 10,000 times meaning all variations for the term “Widgets%random-<0>-<9999>%”  have been used so you could double or treble stack the macro so it would look like this “Widgets%random-<0>-<9999>%%random-<0>-<9999>%”  giving potential outcomes of widgets followed by a random number between 0 and 9999 followed by a second number between 0 and 9999.

76 – Upper Centre – Password Field

This tab lets the user define a set password for the field. It maybe useful if for example you have the SEREngines plugin building accounts for the various web 2.0 properties it supports but you want to manually post to the accounts. You tell your virtual assistant that all the passwords will be whatever you define here and then export the account data and send it to the virtual assistant and he goes through and manually posts for you but in reality I see no real use for this.

77 – Upper Middle – Twitter URL

This option is not available on the engines I use so I don’t use it but I guess you have to put a Twitter URL here.

78 – Middle – Facebook URL

Same as above.

79 – Middle – About Yourself

The content placed in this field is used by SER to fill out the about me sections on websites. The content shown in the screenshot is the default content added by the projects and in all honesty I’m not sure but I think when content is imported from Kontent Machine this is over ridden by the content it produced.

80 – Lower Middle – Category Section

I am Pretty sure that this section is not available with the engines I use on my projects and the tooltip for it even says it is not used in many engines.

81 – Bottom Centre – Blog Comment

The content you put into this field is what GSA SER will post onto the blog comment targets for you. There are two ways you are able to use this, the first is to let Kontent Machine fill it with auto generated content when imported like I do. This is fine when using blog comments in the way I do, on throw away domains to get the search engine spiders to crawl my tiers.

Although I have never actually tried this myself yet the second is to actually put a niche relevant comment in here that is lightly spun. When using this second method you will be wanting to set up as many filters as possible such as a bad words filter, a PR filter, an outbound link filter. The goal if to let SER scrape for niche relevant blogs with good metrics that will be human moderated, if any meeting the filters is matched the hope is that SER will submit a blog comment that ends up being approved by the blog admin and sites on a page with good metrics and passes link juice directly to your money site. This is a tier one strategy that in theory is quiet safe but as I said I have not gotten round to trying it yet.
Scrolling Even Further Down The Data Tab

We are still on the data tab but we have just scrolled down a little further.

82 – Upper Centre – Image Comment

This is just the like blog comment above, this is the content that will be posted on an image comment, in theory the same principle can be applied here as with the blog comments to try find nice tier one targets but I just let Kontent Machine auto fill it and use the platform on the third tier.

83 – Middle – Guestbook

Just like blog comment and image comment this is the content that will be posted on a guestbook for the user and again the same theory applies with finding tier one links but again I only used it with auto-spun content in my third tier.

84 – Bottom Centre – Website Title

This acts similar to the login information explained above where the user is able to manipulate what ends up in the URL for some engines letting them get their keyword in the URL.

85 – Bottom Centre – Description

I would guess this is similar to the about me section explained above but I just use auto-spun content here too.
Even Further Down The GSA SER Project Data Tab
86 – Upper Centre – Profile Image

Allows the user to set a profile image for various platforms, I just leave it as default.

87 – Upper Centre – Forum Comment

Just like blog, image and guestbook but for forums. I have never tried automated forum marketing or this field so I am not one hundred percent sure but I believe the content put in here will actually be posted onto actual forum threads rather than forum profiles provided the option is selected in the project options tab.

88 – Middle – Reciprocal URL

I’m not sure if this option is usually available for the engines I use in all honesty, either way though I would just leave it as default.

89 – Middle – Guestbook Comment (German)

German Version of the guestbook comment from above.

90 – Bottom Centre – Micro Message

Although this option is available for the engines I use I disable its usage in the project options as I found most of the URLs are no follow. Are you getting a ton of no follow links when using the Buddypress engine? This is probably the culprit, I suffered from in the past and made this forum thread where Sven explained it to me.
Even Further Down The Data Tab86 – Upper Centre – Profile Image

Allows the user to set a profile image for various platforms, I just leave it as default.

87 – Upper Centre – Forum Comment

Just like blog, image and guestbook but for forums. I have never tried automated forum marketing or this field so I am not one hundred percent sure but I believe the content put in here will actually be posted onto actual forum threads rather than forum profiles provided the option is selected in the project options tab.

88 – Middle – Reciprocal URL

I’m not sure if this option is usually available for the engines I use in all honesty, either way though I would just leave it as default.

89 – Middle – Guestbook Comment (German)

German Version of the guestbook comment from above.

90 – Bottom Centre – Micro Message

Although this option is available for the engines I use I disable its usage in the project options as I found most of the URLs are no follow. Are you getting a ton of no follow links when using the Buddypress engine? This is probably the culprit, I suffered from in the past and made this forum thread where Sven explained it to me.
Even Further Down The Data Tab



 91 – Upper Center – Forum Settings

Various forum settings the user can customize.

92 – Middle – Blog Settings

Various blog settings the user can customize, I would imagine the blog subdomain is similar to the login information I explained earlier in the tutorial.

93 – Bottom Centre – Video Settings

Various settings for video engines.


 94 – Middle – Address Details
Address details the user can enter when posting to the crunch press platform but I never use it personally.

95 – Lower Centre – Video File
I have never used this option but I presume it is for when the user wishes to upload a video to the video engines.

96 – Bottom Centre – Signature
This is used for forum signatures when posting on various forum engines, I never use it personally and I would imagine forum posts made with SER and auto-spun content would be removed quickly.That is the end of the data tab as the rest of the options are duplicates of things above but in either German or Polish.

Finally On To The Article Manager Tab
97 – Upper Centre – Article Pane

This is where the articles will appear that SER will post for you. The user is able to manually add articles from the controls in point number 98 or import them from tools such as Kontent Machine as previously explained.

98 – Upper Right – Article Controls

The allow the user to add articles manually, manually edit articles, delete articles, export articles or preview what the posted article will look like.

99 – Middle – Link Location Options

This option decides where the link will appear in the article once posted. I use the option “just at a random location” to try an minimize a footprint and keep things as random as possible but you also have the following options.  NEXT to page 4 >>



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