fantomas shadowMaker™Tutorial – Part 2: Defining Fillertext Sources

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Step 2: Defining Fillertext Sources

Your Shadow Domain's™ phantom pages will consist of topical semantic text components or Fillertext which embeds your targeted keywords or search phrases in predefined keyword densities.

Procuring pertinent, legally usable fillertext is one of the most time consuming and costly tasks in search engine optimization. The fantomas shadowMaker™ automates this process in full. This is particularly useful and important for sites that do not want to dedicate massive human resources to generating unique, viable fillertext for their IP delivery setup.

Nevertheless, this step is optional: web operations that have their own available fillertext may skip it. Note, however, that the recommended volume of topical fillertext for a typical Shadow Domain™ should not be less than appr. 2 MB (appr. 20 MB preferred) of plain, sanitized text to ensure a maximum of variability and uniqueness. You may, of course, mix any existing fillertext of yours with the text generated during this step by simply editing the plain text file generated.

In this step, the program will determine – based on your list of keywords/search phrases – the most important URLs on the Web pertinent to these keywords as displayed by the major search engines within their Top 30 search results.

For every keyword/search phrase in your list, the SERPs are called up to extract the first 30 URLs.

Finally, a list of the thousand most frequently referenced URLs is stored in a file for further processing.

Fillertext = artificially generated topical semantic environment employed for embedding targeted search phrases in predefined keyword densities (see below)
Keyword Density = the ratio of any given keyword/search phrase to its surrounding fillertext (see above) – this determines the weight of the keyword(s) on a phantom page, which constitutes an important on-page factor of search engine optimization.

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