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Gauging difficulty to rank top in google, critic my method..

Discussion in 'Black Hat SEO' started by operaman, May 9, 2011.

  1. operaman

    operaman Junior Member

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    Hi guys,

    so I found a niche xyz.

    I goto majesticseo, put the xyz.com and look for backlinks

    I see he has 150 domain referrals and say 300 external backlinks.

    G Keyword tool says there are 250k searches.

    I feel thats not a hard site to beat?

    Assume i can find keyword matching domain.

    Is my strategy viable?

    Thank you.
     
  2. operaman

    operaman Junior Member

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    Any feedback?
     
  3. operaman

    operaman Junior Member

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  4. Ranko Jones

    Ranko Jones BANNED BANNED

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    I don't see a strategy here. You have just analyzed a keyword a little...
     
  5. friedman

    friedman Registered Member

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    Your strategy is sound.

    Crush him with .edu and .gov backlinks (profile)

    good luck. If he is well established, it could take 6 months...
     
  6. zmoney

    zmoney Senior Member

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    Whats his Page PR, domain age? Quality of backlinks? On page SEO? What position are you analyzing? How many other serious competitors are in the top 10?

    I'd say you need to get a better strategy, that covers all aspects.
     
  7. operaman

    operaman Junior Member

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    Thanks, i'll add in other factors.

    I feel main issue is going to be domain aging, I was very surprised to find TLD for the said keyword tbh.