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Combining Multiple Articles on A Website to Build A Mega Article = Nearly Instant Results

Discussion in 'Blogging' started by Nicheblogger, Dec 15, 2015.

  1. Nicheblogger

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    I was poking around in one of my websites a few days ago and checking google rankings for a few key words. I decided to take 5 articles about the same general subject and combine them together to see what happened. All of these articles have been live on my website for over a year. After combining them all into a 2500 word 15 total images article, I laid it out like a wikipedia page. I included a ton of internal links about the same general subject, and re-wrote it a bit of it to include an asinine amount of longtails. I then obviously redirected all of those preexisting articles to the new permalink I created with a nice short clean url.

    None of my original articles were particularly powerful in the serps, and I was totally non existent for the major keyword I was trying to rank for. With all of those articles combined, I became captain planet baby! From nowhere whatsoever?to top 10 for a very difficult keyword in under 2 days! So, I went through some other websites of mine and did it some more. Guess what happened? More near instant results showing huge serps jumps(less than 24 hours)!

    If you have a website about fat kids, why not combine your article about "feeding fat kids" and your article about "chubby kids bad behavior after eating chocolate", so you can bring home that bacon?

    Of course if I had written these articles just like this from the beginning they would probably already be ranking well, but after a light audit; I was able to put some mediocre worthless articles together to become something special.
     
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  2. powlow29

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    Nice informations.
    Did you set this article as home page ?
    Are you targeting one main keyword or just including many longtail keywords randomly ?
     
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    No I didn't set it as homepage, I did however include it in the sites menu as sort of a new pillar article if you will. I am targeting one main keyword for the most part (and that's the one that is ranking best) but the longtails were just kind of a bonus. They are doing pretty good too.
     
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    The legend says that content over 2000+ words have been in the top 10 for long time now. Google tends to love long content
     
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    Yes they do love long content. Like I mentioned, these were all just short mediocre articles just lying around on my blog. I am certain that every decent sized website has articles that are not stellar on their own, but combined with another article or two they might rank good. Just trying to help people get some use out of those seemingly unrankable 4-500 word articles.
     
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    Definitely something that I am planning to use.
     
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    Useful information, will try this out. Will this technique works for all the competitive keywords?
     
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    There are a lot of variables, but all I can really say is that is has worked well for me every time I have done it. I have not tried this for a keyword that gets over 15,000 searches per month.