What is a Google Stack 2018-06-24T15:33:14+00:00

Google Authority Stacks

What is a Google Stack?

From an SEO perspective, using Google Drive Stacks leverages the power of the Google domain and trust in order to promote your website both from an increased rankings perspective, as well as from having additional ranking properties in the search results.

Google Drive is a free and paid product that Google offers in order to support people and businesses with products like Documents, Slides, Forms, and much more. All of those documents are then stored in the user’s Google Drive. Users can then publically (or privately) share each or all of the contents of a Google Drive, and best of all, they can even be indexed and ranked in Google search.

Why Do You Need Google Drive Stacks

You can use stacks to test new markets, test competition, or get the rankings boost without resorting to PBN’s in most markets assuming your on page optimization was done well.

Google Drive stacks have three major uses:

  • Link building: Google is giving you a backlink to your website and providing a way for you to do it in a much safer way, when is the last time Google penalized its own properties?
  • Content Promotion: Using Google Stacks you can leverage the power of Google to quickly rank a document for a high traffic term in order to take advantage of current events.
  • Reputation Management: Because it’s easier to rank the properties in Google Drive, you can use them to bury negative content about a business or person for a short period of time. You will need to get more positive news out to make the process permanent, however, a short-term fix is better than nothing if the situation is dire enough.

With so much functionality available, there are several considerations to keep in mind. To begin, ensure the applications are linked. Configuring the stack so that all of its components are linked isn’t terribly difficult, but it is critical to getting the most out of the installations and improves usability.

Why Infinity Google Stacks

Each Stack will Include:

  • Optimized Google Map
  • Optimized Google Docs
  • Optimized Google Slides
  • Optimized Google Site
  • Optimized Google Spread Sheet
  • Google Drawing
  • Google Form
  • Google File
  • Google plus relevant group posting
  • Google Images – Geo tagged image posting

All in all , about 20 links to your webpage.

Frequently Asked Questions about Google Stacks

Today no it won’t, however, lets be honest here Google may take issue with it all in a couple years, we just don’t know.

That said, Google Sites was built to embed the properties in your Google Drive and act as a hub for your business with Documents, Slides, and much more. They want you to leverage it.

And it’s reasonable to expect that any good business has a hub like a public Google Drive to share information, edit content, develop sales strategies etc

In the end, this is like any other tactic to promote your website, as long as you don’t abuse it you’ll be just fine.

I’ve even said it myself when I created my first couple of stacks. We tend to get those when getting “sold”.

First, links from Google Drive stacks are no different than a link from any other website, it’s just going to take the time to see the benefit from it.

Second, while these have boosted my own pages 10-40 positions, it wasn’t without a good on page foundation and links from other sources as well.

Google Drive Stacks are a piece of your larger marketing strategy, expect a bump from them that works with your other processes to dominate.

This is a tough question and it is really based on the amount of risk you are willing to take with your website.

As a matter of course, our money sites and client networks including only ONE branded network, we dont’ connect multiple networks to the same website.

When a manual review is done, having done a few penalty recoveries I can say that these types of sites are pretty easy to spot. So a branded network is expected, however, when there are persona networks you will raise red flags.

There are quite a few people, however, who are using multiple networks per money site successfully.

In the end, do what your risk tolerance allows.

No.

Our networks are private and we will keep it that way. We won’t give you any information other than the knowledge that we post the links, and if possible, a screenshot of the placement which in all honestly could be taken on any site on the web and removed.

It’s all about trust at this point, if you don’t trust us, don’t order the package with PBN links.

This is entirely up to you, obviously to reduce the work load we ‘d love to build the stack on your own Google account, however, we understand not wanting to share that login information.

You’ll have the option of providing us a Google account or having us make a new one. If we make a new one the GMail will be PVA ‘d, however, if you don’t log into it immediately upon us sending it and you lose the account (and in turn your stack) that is all on you, we won’t make it again.

Google has been a major player in digital advertising since the industry’s inception, and along with Facebook, it is one of the sector’s two giants, combining to account for 85% of the market in Q1 2016. The company has made a big push lately to improve its suite of digital marketing tools: Google Analytics (GA), Google AdWords, Google Search Console (previously Webmaster Tools), and Google Tag Manager (GTM). Often referred to as the Google marketing stack, these mostly free applications provide marketing organizations with most of the functionality and intelligence necessary to manage sophisticated digital marketing operations.

The digital marketing ecosystem, at its highest level, can be divided into two categories: advertising (media) and technology. The largest online ad channels are owned by Google and Facebook.

The most important aspect of Google’s value proposition here is that it is a major player in advertising and technology, allowing advertisers to buy and manage online ads without leaving Google. Although the company’s primary motivation in offering free technology is to promote advertising products, it is constantly making changes to its search algorithm. These have both indirect and direct effects on the product stack, which is constantly evolving to make it easier for customers to spend money on ads and in new ways, such as email and video marketing. Let’s look at the stack components.

Given that the overwhelming majority of its profits come from advertising sales, there’s no reason to believe Google will do anything but continue to invest in the evolution of these tools to protect its market-leading position. Getting on the Google marketing bandwagon may soon transition from optional to mandatory for marketers of every stripe.

Finally, manage expectations. While Google’s marketing tools offer an abundance of features and functionality, and early stage digital marketing operations can often run exclusively on the Google marketing stack, larger operations or ones with unique needs will have to spend some time and money integrating third-party apps or run them in parallel.