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How much business would you expect with these rankings?

Discussion in 'Black Hat SEO' started by Anonoptimization, Dec 18, 2016.

  1. Anonoptimization

    Anonoptimization Power Member

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    In the past few months I've started ranking 4-6 for 720 searches a month keyword, 4-7 for 500 keyword a month and 5-7 for a 3,000 searches a month keyword.

    My sales have been around an order a week.

    This is for an ecommerce business niche. I'm trying to make this my living.

    There are also many more keywords I could rank but simply the more orders I get the easier it is for me to rank. I'm also using more white hat looking services so I'm not using any PBN's.

    Do you think I should be getting more business with these rankings? (Assuming my site is up to par with my competition)

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  2. asap1

    asap1 BANNED BANNED

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    Impossible for anyone to know with the information given.
     
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  3. jon_xx_x

    jon_xx_x Jr. VIP Jr. VIP

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    Anything outside the top 3 really doesn't see much taffic, especially on keywords that low. And every product is different in terms of conversions.
     
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  4. danparks

    danparks Junior Member

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    Being at around #5 typically doesn't get you a big percentage of the searchers. The vast majority of them are clicking on #1 and #2.

    You said your sales number, but not your visitors number. Maybe you're getting a normal amount of clicks for your rankings, but your site is converting poorly. In that case the whole issue would be a site that visitors don't trust or don't find interesting or your products are over-priced, etc.
     
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