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How hard is it to rank non-english keywords in google.com / usa google ?

Discussion in 'Black Hat SEO' started by laranjagx4, Jan 21, 2013.

  1. laranjagx4

    laranjagx4 Regular Member

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    Alright I've got some brazilian, hispanic/latino and chinese folks that would like to have their websites in the first page for their non-english keywords.

    Since they have business here in America, they want to focus on people from their own culture that are living here in America.

    So, let's suppose that one of my hispanic clients has a hispanic market. I made him a website. He wants to appear in the first page for the keyword mercado latino (latino market in spanish), but in google.com.

    Would it be hard to rank his website ?
    The competition should be medium to low.

    I don't do SEO, I own a webdesign agency. So I would need to outsource it, unless it is easy to rank.

    What do you guys think??? Would it be hard to rank for non-english keywords?

    Thanks.
     
  2. laranjagx4

    laranjagx4 Regular Member

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  3. lizmoz

    lizmoz Power Member

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    makes no difference if it's english or not - all that matters is your competition.. of course you'll have less competition in other languages than english...
     
  4. laranjagx4

    laranjagx4 Regular Member

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    Thanks lizmoz.

    But how should I proceed? Would it work to make articles in english with my non-english keyword??
     
  5. fsatark

    fsatark Junior Member

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    i did it for a long time and yes i had success (up to #1 for medium competition)
     
  6. lizmoz

    lizmoz Power Member

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    wait what dude no - why would you make articles in english with non-english kws? don't really understand now..or you talking just about backlink anchors?
     
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  7. WrightWilliams

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    Its just as easy, if not easier, depending on the market as long as you can deal entirely with non-english articles and non-english systems.
     
  8. javierlo

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    I read in senuke's forum onw guy who before panda was writing english articles with backlinks to non-english websites. I don't know if It's working but you could try It then come here and give the information. This guy said that google had a poor optimization for non-english language and It doesn't "read" the text as good as in english.
     
  9. gorang

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    Your keyword should be in your site, mainly the pagetitle and also in your backlink anchor text.

    That is the basic formula.

    I can likely provide you with the work to rank this term through making some on-page changes and uilding some backlinks. I'm sure it wouldn't need much work to rank for this.

    PM me if you want some help with it.
     
  10. maecenas23

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    It's not hard at all. I am from a non-English country and to move on top of the SERPs for so-called competitive local niches is a joke if I compare that work with the one for my US-based projects.