I was building some backlinks to a page that was invisible without actually knowing that the page was no longer present on the website. What happened is that someone updated that specific page (it's a CMS) and then forgot to actually publish the page. It's a really stupid CMS where you always need to click the Publish button after saving changes, otherwise the page is removed from the website and it could not be found for around 2 weeks. I have since published the page and it's been successfully indexed by Google. My question is if the fact that the page was not accessible for a while is going to affect my link building. I've built some pretty good links through guest blogging and the other usual techniques for a low competition keyword, and I'm still not in the first 1000 results. This is weird, as I've targeted more competitive keywords (same website, different pages) with the same techniques and it's worked like a charm. I am on page 1-2 for all the keywords except this one. Any advice or recommendations on how to proceed? Should I use another page for this specific keyword or should I just keep building links, and it's eventually going to happen?