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Help learning to rank a webpage

Discussion in 'Black Hat SEO' started by samiejg, Feb 19, 2015.

  1. samiejg

    samiejg Senior Member

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    I've been around on these forums for quite a while and I've learned a lot. Although it seems that I'm still very unsavvy when it comes to ranking for keyword phrases.

    This is mainly for testing purposes and I don't mind just pumping and dumping. I just want to learn.

    So here's what I'm doing. I've made a Youtube video several months back doing a review on a Clickbank product. So far I've gotten several hundred views and $150 worth of commission from the video with Clickbank.

    I know I can leave the video up there, and make little amounts of money here and there, but I want to see bigger results. To do this, I've determined that it's ranking pretty well in Youtube for the keyword I want. But it's not ranking on Google well. Infact, I'm searching on Google for my keyword "X Y Z Review" and it's not coming up at all. I can only find it if I search "X Y Z Review" plus another random word I used in my title. I'm not sure why this is happening... doesn't seem like it's too competitive.. well 1200 results on Google (intitle:). Although maybe part of it could be too is that I never added the exact keyword phrase in the description of the YT video. Only "X Y Z" but review is in there somewhere too. I'm not able to change anything though as I lost all my usernames/password/email addys for all my YT accounts.

    Ok, so I seen some methods posted here on BHW of "pumping and dumping" where people pretty much just blast the hell out of a URL. One of the posts I was looking at had a lot of "Thanks" and had the OP recommending people to pump and dump by making the page, and then just buying some Fiverr services to "blast" the URL with links, and then this should improve rankings.

    So at first I was going to blast the URL of the YT video, but decided maybe I would make a new parasite(I think? using tumblr) targeting the keyword phrase with the Youtube video embedded. I figure that in either situation it might help out with the YT video.

    So I created the parasite and immediately signed up for two Fiverr services. One for social blasts and another for scrapebox blast( I think this is what I'm looking for), both from the most highly ranked/popular. 48 hours'ish later now and I'm checking things... the video URL is no longer coming up in the Google SERP at all, no matter how I search for it. The parasite isn't indexed either, although maybe it wasn't indexed to begin with because I only just created it 2 days earlier. But doesn't seem like a good sign since I'm having a negative affect. I also told them when doing the blasts to make the text anchors randomized with maybe like 5% as URL and 5% as the keyword and the rest random.

    Do you guys have any thoughts on what I should be doing differently? Or what I'm doing wrong, etc? I just want to learn, but I have such a hard time with this. Plus I am really bad at writing as you can tell. So I have to put a lot of time into writing articles or spend $$ that I don't have to spare.
     
  2. Vaspar

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    Make your pages easy to index. Think about the terms that visitors will use to search for your information and make sure your pages include those words. Provide a unique title tag and meta description tag for each page.
     
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    Give it sometime before you expect to see it on G's results.Also make sure that,those fiverr blasts to your blog was from quality blogs.Blogs with several thousand comments is not going to give you any push.Also get some good HR views to your video,Keep the views coming in small quantities every day to keep it up in the serps.
     
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  4. samiejg

    samiejg Senior Member

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    Is it normal though that my video with immediately get removed from the SERPs? I don't know how to tell if the blasts are from quality blogs. But the Fiverr accounts have tons of good reviews.
     
  5. samiejg

    samiejg Senior Member

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    Looks like you're right! It's just taking some time. Today I noticed the video is ranked even higher on Youtube(#1 spot!). It's also searchable again(not with my keywords tho). However, the Tumblr page I sent the blast to actually jumped onto the SERPs so I'm very happy with that.

    Seeing the results so far helps me feel a bit more confident in trying to rank stuff. However it's only in position 70 in the SERPs. Do you guys think it's possible it could eventually move to #1 without me doing anything further? I've only used GSA SER a few times but tried it again for this project and was able to generate almost a couple hundred links, but it seems like nothing compared to the 10,000-20,000 links from the Fiverr gigs + social signal stuff.

    If I only made it to #70 so far, is it likely that I won't make it to 1st page/#1? Or is it normally supposed to be a gradual thing? Or do I definitily need more links?
     
  6. SEO Power

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    You will need more links along the line because one blast won't push your site to the first page. It's a gradual process too. Don't expect to be ranking #70 one night and #5 the next morning.
     
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  7. samiejg

    samiejg Senior Member

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    Thanks SEO Power. I was just wondering this too, since you have "indexing" in your sig. I don't think I used an indexer yet, I just left whatever default settings GSA has. What I was wondering is if since I didn't use an "indexer" is it possible that Google could eventually start finding these links and my rank will go up to #1? Or if I started using an indexer now and submitted all my verified links. Would it be possible that I could rank #1 just by indexing? hypothetically lol