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How many quality words before you start to rank?

Discussion in 'White Hat SEO' started by TheLoneSynchro, Apr 1, 2014.

  1. TheLoneSynchro

    TheLoneSynchro Regular Member

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    So, I'm not really in a very saturated niche and I'm more or less doing this out of passion than I am doing it for an Internet Marketing purpose, but I figured if I could make some money off of it, then why not? It's my third-day writing on this blog, and I've been using word-press for all of it, however I've been very organized with how I've done things and used my key-words correctly (at-least to my believes) while creating my corner-stone pages, etc.

    To give a little-bit away, this is an education niche in which tutorials are being posted, and how-to's as-well as very, very informational posts on the subject, I'm very experienced in this niche and I've been writing about 4,000 words a day, with the first day pumping out a little over 12,000 words in articles and pages. I've gotten a very clean, visitor friendly template set-up with a single-banner advertisement on the right-hand side. I can guarantee that every post on my website is unique and written legibly with the intent to have repeat consumers. (Not all of my content is published as of right now, as I'm holding it for edits, and links to out-bound sources)

    I currently do not (but will soon have) a video for each tutorial embedded on each post which goes over that entire post with the consumer, I plan on posting a link from the YouTube description back to the website.

    I haven't done any SEO other then on-site which I'm not really all that great at, honestly.. this is my first attempt, however I'm trying to make this an authority website.

    I've been staring down SERP-Book for all of the "Keywords" that I'm targeting in my niche, however I'm not ranking for anything(I'm just getting a dash all the way across, actually). I also make sure to use Index-checking tools about twice a day, because it makes me feel like I've done something.

    I have an exact-match keyword for my niche and I'm really hoping that this goes somewhere. This website will serve not only as a hobby, but also as a portfolio for my future careers.

    P.S:I don't have any money to spend on SEO and I'm waiting to Advertise the website until I have a decent amount of content available, that way the users wont feel like they're on the website for no reason. There's nothing that will turn someone away like a non-completed tutorial series on a website about learning how to do something.

    Anyway, would just like some information.
     
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  2. fifithetot25

    fifithetot25 Newbie

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    The best way to determine that would be to check what your competition is doing as it is usually not related to the number of words, but to the quality of links that your domain has.