Discussion in 'Black Hat SEO' started by basyh, Sep 13, 2012.
any help will be good
Make your site an authority site and you will quickly grow in popularity and ranking of any new post you make.
Concentrate on make your home page a high pr site and a few of it's pages.
You will easily be ranking for long tail keywords you blog about.
Where the trouble is, is making your site an authority but once you surpass that you will find everything easy.
I'm not to sure what you are asking by a 'series blog'?
Do you mean this as in TV series, or a series of helpful blog posts/tutorials type thing?
The more details the better help we can give you
for exemple a blog about manga
so every week new episodes
how can i rank for the new episodes
i will add original content and not crap or copy paste
but i ask about seo
any advices or services
I would probably try and get a couple of hunderd tweets and a drip feed of social bookmarks to it.
I'm guessing these are very low competition keywords with no existing competition as a new demand for a keyword is created weekly
You have to focus on keeping the site updated and adding Quality content on it,with SE Optimised articles.
Also you will have to do some linkbuilding to each page, i would do web 2.0s and Video Marketing(in that niche it can bring you a lot of traffic and SERP increase too.)
check your competitiors. and you will find many...thats not a small niche so think twice if you realy want to do it.
anyway, like i said check your compeititors, check their content type, check what type of backlinks they are building and try to copy them. about keywords, which is very important too.....write on google search this:
"watch "tvshow name" season 1 episode 1" then at the end put all letters like for example:
watch naruto season 1 episode 2 a
watch naruto season 1 episode 2 b
watch naruto season 1 episode 2 c
by doing this you will find different stuff you can optimize for in this particulary case you will probably discover that people search for +free +now +online +stream at the end of the phase.
i will try with social bookmarks and tweet
Update your blogs daily..
Do build back links for your blogs
Engage in social media(Facebook and Twitter).
Use effective keywords for links which you get to your blog.
This could be helpful to you.. All the best.
Let us know how you get on - I would say you need 50-100 retweets to rank #1 for a phrase with little to no competition (in terms of link building)
Hi Mr Matt...I have been going tru your posts and it seems u're really up to speed with SEO...however I would like to ask if you have any tutorials on keyword research which is where I would really like to learn more.
1. Blog submissions
2. RSS submissions
Set up your link structure like that: domain/watch/nameofseries/episodenumber or something similiar.
Publish all updates in that format. Benefit is that while you're root domain is gaining authority, you'll receive relevant IBLs to your fresh posts which should help them in terms of ranking.
Include some gadget that shows your recent posts on the homepage to make sure they are crawled frequently. As soon as you publish a new post, update your twitter with the URL to the new post (include hashtags, I've tested both including and not and including showed way better results) and in addition to linkjuice / indexing help you'll gain natural, targetted traffic.
Beside the linkstructure I mentioned, create subpages for each show in which you list the pages to each episode again. Think about how a real user would feel confident on your site and make it as easy as possible to browse through.
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