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Google doesnt care about ccTLD?

Discussion in 'Black Hat SEO' started by qwertzui11, May 2, 2017.

  1. qwertzui11

    qwertzui11 Junior Member

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    I am wondering how possibly can peaople get away with 10 years old seo techniques.
    I am in eastern Europe, ccTLD, one of the hardest language.

    And I am seeing that google doesnt care about shit, whats happening here.

    I have never seen a deindex in my 5yrs online carrier. Seeing the competition using literally shit, ancient old pbns (for example 300 outgoing links, and 10 remaind backlink, stock wp theme, ranks for nothing domains).

    One of my competitor is using his website on two totally different domain with complete 100% same content, same url structure (e-commerce). The only thing is happening that the two domains ranks for different keywords. A moth ago i have seen the 2 domains ranking #1, and #3, for a high competition keyword with the same URL structured page:
    www.domain1/something123/something345
    www.domain2/something123/something345

    How is it possible?
     
  2. aidenhera

    aidenhera Elite Member

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    could be that foreign googles are years behind english ones. where are u from?
     
  3. qwertzui11

    qwertzui11 Junior Member

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    Google may not care about TLDs. but if you live in Spain, speak Spanish your're as likely to read a .ES site as a .Com.

    English speakers will ( me personally ) tend to regard a .Com, .Co.UK, .Org as credible sites / resources.
    A major factor for the reader is how a site looks to the naked eye, which is not how Google sees a site.
     
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    Indeed, Google often skips some updates on local markets. In many European countries, you can still find lots and lots of search queries on websites instead of actual results.
     
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    Varies a lot in Europe, spam detection in Germany is at least even with the US for example, in France they are pretty good, too,For me it looks like they are having problems to find enough specialists in smaller countries with their own languages in general, it's not just Eastern Europe, IT, PT, DK, same problem.
     
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    Don't forget .net and I took an challenge and purchased a .info domain, which were good till GoDaddy fucked it up but I still like the extension and it fits my project totally.
     
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    That's interesting, I thought that algo changes eventually filtered through to all countries.

    I guess some markets have more spam in them than others.