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Discussion in 'Black Hat SEO' started by DrzMedia, Oct 21, 2008.

  1. DrzMedia

    DrzMedia Regular Member

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    I have a PR 2 blog that is in the 5th rank in Google. The blog that ranks first has a PR of 3. I have a lot more inlinks/backlinks than the first rank website, and I also have a lot of pages of unique content, and I also receive a lot more traffic. That website on the first result has only one page! My stats are higher than these blogs on top of me, yet I am still ranking lower. How do I get to the top of the search result?

    Edit: The other blogs on top of me also have one landing page and they have lower stats than me. Only their pagerank is higher than me (just one pagerank higher).
     
  2. raiderred

    raiderred Newbie

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    Get the site above you to link to you!
     
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  3. ctrlfreak

    ctrlfreak Registered Member

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    You can try getting more reputable backlinks(edu's, etc.). That will help you move up Google SERP's.
     
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  4. DrzMedia

    DrzMedia Regular Member

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    Thanks but there is no way the site on top will link to me. They are all competing with me! :D

    Thanks for this advice, I will try this out. Do the .edu blogs need to be a do-follow or do no-follow .edu blogs still help? How do I go about finding these types of blogs, or is there a list anywhere I can use?
     
  5. dmed123

    dmed123 Junior Member

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    Keep Hashing out more backlinks with the keyword u are competing with.
     
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  6. liamizdabest

    liamizdabest Registered Member

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    Higher PR=They have more backlinks=They Rank Higher

    If traffic made a difference then everybody would just buy junk traffic and would use traffic generators and it would be super easy to rank high on google.
     
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  7. Money2spare

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    vibes what is the competition in the field your blog is in?
     
  8. DrzMedia

    DrzMedia Regular Member

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    That's the strange thing though, Yahoo says that I have double the backlinks. I have a lot more inlinks than my competitors.
     
  9. DrzMedia

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    Sorry,just another question I have to ask. Does getting backlinks on old pages get counted on Google or should I do it with newer blog posts?
     
  10. liamizdabest

    liamizdabest Registered Member

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    It depends. Old pages can be good especially if they have PR, I'm pretty sure they get crawled less than new pages though. If I were you, I would go with new pages.
     
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  11. crsk8andsno56

    crsk8andsno56 Senior Member

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    You could have 123213213 pr0 backlinks and 100 pr8 backlinks would still probably get you a better rank
     
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  12. StillSmiling

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    You know they have less links -- have you determined whether their links are higher quality? Do you suspect that they're doing some BH? You may have to dig a bit deeper to get to the bottom of your mystery.
     
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  13. ptsniper

    ptsniper Newbie

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    get the exact same links that they have. it's always part of my research when i build a new site - if i think i can get the same links they've got, then i know ive got a much better chance of knocking them out of the way...
     
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  14. DrzMedia

    DrzMedia Regular Member

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    You mean check where they have backlinks and comment on the same websites?
     
  15. mj10pop

    mj10pop Registered Member

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    lol i have a blog which is pr 4 no permotion no in links
    just keep the post regularly
    ping sites, once a week
    rss submit your rss
    thats all
     
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  16. ptsniper

    ptsniper Newbie

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    all i'm saying is try get links from the same pages they have links on.

    are you saying most of their backlinks are from blogs?
     
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  17. crsk8andsno56

    crsk8andsno56 Senior Member

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    I know there are blogs that are pr6+ but they still rank shitty because they have little to no content, its not all about PR, links = PR but links also = higher rankings... How old the website is also relates to both etc.
     
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  18. DrzMedia

    DrzMedia Regular Member

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    Yes most of their backlinks are from blogs.
     
  19. justmeron

    justmeron Power Member

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    for .edu and .gov sites try a google search like this
    site:.edu links can also sub. .edu for .gov like
    search
    site:.edu/links
    or
    site:.gov/links
    site:.edu/add
    etc.
    you can get lots of .edu and .gov sites just play around with different searches.
    can also try inurl:.gov/link
    etc.
     
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  20. justmeron

    justmeron Power Member

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    usually the older the domain the better.