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How do amazon pages rank as parasite pages in current algo?

Discussion in 'Black Hat SEO' started by nickeberle, Dec 16, 2014.

  1. nickeberle

    nickeberle Regular Member

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    Title says it. Anyone currently ranking amazon product pages as parasites in search?
     
  2. bartosimpsonio

    bartosimpsonio Jr. VIP Jr. VIP Premium Member

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    You gotta product selling on Amazon?
     
  3. nickeberle

    nickeberle Regular Member

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    I have a few but they are ranked in amazons own deal. I have a product that I would consider competing on amazon for if I could rank it on google. Otherwise it would be a bust.
     
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    A blast of contextual + PBN links will do the job. I have tested it. It really depends on the keyword you are targeting and how deep are your pockets
     
  5. nickeberle

    nickeberle Regular Member

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    Have you done this?
     
  6. Tom189

    Tom189 Jr. VIP Jr. VIP

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    Yes Amazon pages are very rankable, they make great parasites. Pretty sure there is a thread on BHW about dropselling and using Amazon pages which goes into detail explaining how easily they can be ranked etc.
     
  7. nickeberle

    nickeberle Regular Member

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    I've heard that but when I look at results in the top 50 there is always one amazon page on page one and then no others. This makes me feel like there is a different way that google looks at amazon pages.

    I was hoping to hear from someone that currently does this or has done this.
     
  8. SEO Power

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    I haven't tried this before but I'm certain there are SERPs that contain more than one Amazon listing on the first page. You just haven't seen them yet. If you can make your parasite page relevant and powerful enough, you can rank it on the first page even if there is another Amazon listing on the first page.
     
  9. Kralj187

    Kralj187 Senior Member

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    Yet, you should be careful with using amazon as a parasite page since they are very strict and will ban your ass faster than you can say Whaaat...
     
  10. nickeberle

    nickeberle Regular Member

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    Thank you for this gem :D