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Advanced SEO Strategy

Discussion in 'White Hat SEO' started by landonwiggs, Mar 27, 2010.

  1. landonwiggs

    landonwiggs Junior Member

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    ok guys,
    I have been studying seo for a while and have started to impliment my own SEO strategy and need some opinions on it.

    First off, i have a main keyword and two smaller searched keywords i want to rank for. I have a wordpress blog with 3 unique articles and each page headline and url corrospond to the keywords i'd like to rank for. All articles have good keyword density and pass ezine articles submissions so it's good content.

    so heres my strategy. I have submitted each article to exine articles and have linkes it with my main anchor text to each corrosponding page. 3 backlinks so far, all with a backlink of the anchor text i want to rank for.

    now my strategy is to create linkwheels around each of my wordpress pages, and also add in some scribd and docstoc pages linking to my pages on wordpress, and also submit articles to the top article sites.

    now all 3 of my articles have been written by getarticlesdone.com, and have been spun using their article mixer. I basically have 3 main articles, and about 100 spun versions of those articles available to use for web 2.0 and other article sites.

    Now im slowbly building backlinks by slowly building linkwheels around each page on my wordpress, and im using different keyword variations of my main keywords to use for titles, page urls, anchor texts and tags etc...

    I will be building about 3-5 web 2.0 pages/article submissions randomly with random variations of my main keywords in order to seem most natural to search engines. I bookmark this way too with keyword variation headlines and tags and using different web 2.0 and sb sites each time.

    please let me know if i should keep doing this, or if you have any questions related to my method and please if you have more experience i would love to get some feedback about my method.
     
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    webpfa Power Member

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    which is a good keyword density?
     
  3. landonwiggs

    landonwiggs Junior Member

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    keyword density right now is about 2-3%. ezine articles accepts only 2%, but i believe 2-3% is a good keyword density.
     
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    2% is for ezine but you can go a bit more on your site and i recommend you do so. high density is a good thing as long as it read well and you have LSI words on the page to back it up.

    personally i think you should diversify you linking strategy if you want to rank. having nothing other than web 2.0 backlinks isnt good. i would also get some social bookmarking, PR directories, blog comments, forums, ditribute to some other article dirs, youtube like sites, angela-style profile links, etc..

    and of course RSS! do NOT underestimate the power of RSS. you can RSS everything and create feeds out your other backlinks and RSS them too then distribute all your feed to aggrigators and book mark those feeds and ping them, and so on and so on. you can do some damage with RSS

    my point is here are many ways to do SEO now days, don limit your self to link wheels or you will be disapointed when you dont see the results you expected. they do work but they are not as powerful alone as tey used to be.


    also when creating your 2.0 properties, take time on it. post them, let the get indexed first then go back and add your links in. try to vary their structure too. change up he images and placement of images and paragraphing. and make some longer/shorter. if blatently create 2.0 after 2.0 they will be less likely to work for you.
     
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    im starting to really think keyword density really does not matter i mean if you have the keyword in your title meta description and h1 tags and put the keyword in your content once or twice you'll rank when i do searches most the time i find pages where the keyword is only mentioned once or twice..its really about anchor text for your backlinks..if you want to rank for "dog collars" build backlinks with this as anchor text..also make sure to alter the keyword phrase from time to time you don't want all of you back links that pointing to your page with the same anchor
     
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    are linkwheels considered "white hat"?
     
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    this sounds more like a "Mixed Wheel" to me and it should work for you. However, it will only work for you-if many people do this same thing, Google will know about it and the method will no longer be useful. This happened with link wheels after about 4 months that it was released and nowadays neither link wheels nor subwheels work.
     
  8. landonwiggs

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    well i still believe in old school methods like directory submissions and such, but i have no money right now and am forced to test free methods
     
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    Cross linking your sites is a good method, always..
     
  10. hayw0027

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    Yes, thats a very good method to use. Get links from authority websites, then build as many links as you can to those pages that link to your pages. You have done the right thing and created a seperate page for each keyword, this is best because Google ranks pages not sites.

    One thing I dont understand and I think you should change...

    Why on earth would you stop at 3 pages, 3 keywords, 3 articles. Like the old saying goes, content is king. Write more articles and target more keywords. 80% of traffic and revenue to content based websites come from the longtail. Dont limit yourself to only having 3 pages in google index when you can have 10, 100 or more. You can get articles written at getafreelancer.com for $1.50 so invest $100 and get 50 - 70 articles written.

    Internal site link structure is very powerful and very underated. Internal link anchor text is just as powerful as external anchor text. Use simple php script to display all your articles in your sidebar navigation, even if its 50 - 100 articles. This maximizes your internal anchor text power by linking every page with every other page.

    Wikipedia have become the monster they are all due to internal link structure. Incontent links linking to other related parts of the site that do the same. As soon as a page is created in Wikipedia, the script automatically hyperlinks every citation of that page subject on the entire site. With 32 million pages indexed in google, that would surely be a lot of PR3 - PR5 citation links. Its why the dominate any keyword you can think of.

    My advice is to follow their lead and do the same with your content.
     
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    be careful from google penalty
     
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    dear sir how i can find keyword also here is have any video or articles which will help me for search top keywords and then i can implement it thanks
     
  13. landonwiggs

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    all this needs is a link and it will be considered forum spam lol

     
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    yes I won't limit to 3, good idea having many pages. I get my articles for about 5 bucks at getarticlesdone.com so maybe a little less would do.. for money's sake
     
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    a few simple things:

    Create as many pages, with unique content tailored towards the pages KW
    Ensure you get a H1 and some instances of the KW in the text - make use of the ALT tags
    In link all your pages together,
    Create a few articles, press releases, directory subs, use the page specific KW as the anchor text and deep link.

    This is pretty old school, but if you have done your KW research correctly, the competition should not be that hard to get above.