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Discussion in 'Black Hat SEO' started by TheGamer, Aug 24, 2013.

  1. TheGamer

    TheGamer Regular Member

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    Hiya

    I am doing some SEO campaigns tonight. I will try to explain this as best as I can. Say my Keyword is 'Kw1', Now on my website I have several articles 'As' around 10-15 high quality articles related to Kw1. However there is only one money page 'M' related to that Kw1.

    Now does it make a difference if

    1) I run all my campaigns for ranking Kw1 just for M
    or
    2) I run some of my campaigns for those related As but run higher number for M

    So in short, Will trying to rank multiple pages for a single Keyword on a website have a cumulative positive effect on Google? OR will they be actually competing against each other? :( (which I obviously dont want!)

    Please help. Thanks.
     
  2. Untouchable

    Untouchable Supreme Member

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    I personally have a few main keywords with lots of traffic and a few sub keywords for the main homepage.
    I create separate pages for each other related keyword.
    That is the best way to do it IMO.
     
  3. Stufferizer

    Stufferizer Regular Member

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    If you have these nice articles, they contain a certain value and will rank for different long-tails if you power all sites.

    I would recommend this strategy along with a linkage of the article sites to your money site/landing page (which has the best on-page SEO). Then, big G will realise that the money site is the most relevant for the specific keyword.

    One more advantage of the strategy is that it looks more natural to have a certain distribution of links accross your sites.