In episode 238 of Semantic Mastery's weekly Hump Day Hangouts, one viewer asked if a local lead gen Google site with syndication networks, drive stacks and MGYB links will rank faster than a stand-alone domain.
The exact question was:
Hi Guys, . . . . . . your generosity on Hump Days is greatly appreciated as usual . . . You guys are the best (smile) . . . . . . . . . Should I conclude from comments on previous Hump Days that using a “”Google Site”” for a local Lead Gen site, and hammering it with RSY Drive Stacks, Syndication Networks, and Link Building all from the MGYB store, is more likely to get you a page one ranking faster and easier than using a regular new stand-alone domain for the site, or am I wrong?