Marco69

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Jan 30, 2022
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Hi people, Hi everywhere

There are huge online companies out there who dominate organic seo traffic and ranking.
Have reading interesting blog post on site Detailed how 16 companies rules the google seo results, very interesting what many people not knowing about these sites.

This example: verywell (dot) com site

They have huge number of subdomains who linking to main domain verywell (dot) com.
They pushed out 50.000 pieces of content within two months.

Unbelievable to normalfolks like us here.

So I have some thoughts on my mind:

1) are they ranking so good in seo and get huge organic traffic from all their subdomains?
(Brand= subdomain)

2) How the hell can they push out 50.000 pieces of content (articles) within two months?

Or other example site : About (dot) com with their multiple brand domains.

1) They rank high in seo only they create multiple creative branding domain names who linking to their main domain= About (dot) com ? Creative branding domains names without have DA score at the beginning ranking higher on seo in very short time?

2) Huff Post they pushed out an artivle every minute- how they do that? Do they have automatic tools?
Which automatic tools they use?

I want debate this with you people here, my view of this is:

We here have the same right as these big companies or not?
I want try to figure out how they do that so wethe folks here can implement some of their techniques on our sites to gain more higher seo rankings and organic traffic.

Ok they have huge budget too.....
But it must be possible to use some of these techniques without budget to reach such goals.

That looks like all the wef forum members (many of them are) they are the elite of the internet and we are not.
Not so fast, this in my eyes is not we here on blackhatforum (and all other online enterpreneurs) have all the same democratic rights.

So I hope we can discuss here this topic to find out more about the techniques they use.

Have happy weekend folks

Marco69
 
money and automation.....
yes it*s sad but true.

Hold on and imagine howpush out 50.000 articles on two months, you need an army of writers or copywriting companies who can push out large numbers of articles every day.

Not an easy task if you ask me.
Your have 100 writers, everyone of them creates 5 articles / 25 days = 125 articles.
Multiply that by 100 writers you will get 12500 articles a month, also 1/4 of the 50.000 content pieces...

And you must delegate each of them......
 
money and automation.....
yes it*s sad but true.

Hold on and imagine howpush out 50.000 articles on two months, you need an army of writers or copywriting companies who can push out large numbers of articles every day.

Not an easy task if you ask me.
Your have 100 writers, everyone of them creates 5 articles / 25 days = 125 articles.
Multiply that by 100 writers you will get 12500 articles a month, also 1/4 of the 50.000 content pieces...

And you must delegate each of them......

What are you on about?

Corporations have money, It is a free world! Is anyone stopping you from publishing content?

If they are somehow generating content that reads well and makes sense, then good for them. Go ahead and do it yourself too if you can.

Point is, no one gives a shit about your rant. Survival of the fittest
 
One way to dominate organic SEO is to follow the blueprint that you just laid out.

But anyone paying attention to the steps that you've laid out will clearly understand that it's a very expensive strategy.

If you don't have existing domain authority, playing the game that way is going to take a lot of time and of course money.

There is a better way to go about "dominating organic SEO."

This method is called reverse engineering.

First, you need to find a sub-niche or a subset of a niche that you're targeting.

Next, look for sites that dominate the keywords related to that sub-niche.

The good news is that regardless of the sub-niche that you've gun for and no matter how obscure it may seem to you, somebody is already dominating the rankings for that niche.

That's good news for you!

Why?

They've already done the heavy lifting.

They've already done the audience research.

They've already done the content research.

Put simply, they know what kind of content works.

They also know what kind of keywords work best for that sub-niche.

Now, you come in and you reverse engineer all their hard work.

In other words, you make them do your homework for you.

How do you do this?

Get a nice list of all your existing competitors in your sub-niche.

Enter them in paid SEO tools like SEMrush.

Look for their organic keywords and filter by difficulty.

Next, filter by the monthly search volume.

Next, filter by search intent.

By the end of this process, you would have a long list of informative topics tied to certain keywords that pull a decent volume of traffic from Google every single month.

The next step is to produce content that beats your existing competitors.

You can do this manually by studying the pages that rank for your target keywords.

This is hit or miss.

The better approach and the one that I use is to enter your target keywords into tools like Frase or SurferSEO.

These tools will give you the contextual keywords that you need to target so your content will have a decent chance of outranking your competitors.

Is this going to happen overnight?

Of course not!

But the more pieces of content you publish, the higher your chance of beating your competition.

This is how you play the game.

Reverse engineering.

No need to reinvent the wheel.
 
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