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How much effort do I need to get #1 position?

Discussion in 'Black Hat SEO' started by Hanokano, Jul 21, 2011.

  1. Hanokano

    Hanokano Newbie

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    Hello,

    About two weeks ago (16 days to be precise) I have created my first micro-niche website and I'm trying to get the first big G position for my chosen keyword. That keyword has ~2400 searches, almost no competition, average cpc of 5,43$.

    I use mykeywordcom domain for my site. Since I started my site I created quite a lot links to it. I have several links from home pages of bigger sites (PR 2-4) in that niche, quite a lot of links from inner pages of related sites. I've also done some scrapebox comment blasts to related blogs (both wordpress, blogengine, movable type). I did social bookmarks with Senuke. I used all in one seo plugin for my site, wrote meta descriptions and keywords for every page. I interlinked pages of my site. In a weeks time I'll get about 2500 xrumer profile blasts and 2500 more comments (half of them have already been created). I ping small amount of these links every day with Senuke. I also create deeplinks to inner pages of my money site when commenting with scrapebox and getting Xrumer drip feed blasts.

    At this moment yahoo site explorer shows more than 1000 links for my site. The other day after creating my micro niche site I got #9 position in Google. After several days - #6. About 10 days have passed since then and my site is still in #6. Highest positions belong to inner pages of other websites, that barely have any backlinks. Google has indexed all pages of my site (about 30). I add some new content to my website every 3-4 days.

    So, how long and how much effort does it take to get site to #1 in that kind of situation?
    Is there something else that I need to do? Maybe I'm creating too many links? Should I just keep on linking and waiting?

    Your thoughts and comments are appreciated :). I'm sorry if some of my questions sound silly to the experienced members.
     
  2. ahiddenman

    ahiddenman Elite Member

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    Trying adding some .EDU Links , Backlink Pyramids and do another Senuke X run over a few days or so :)
     
  3. nimbus49

    nimbus49 Elite Member

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    SEO, is not that easy, especially with the Google Panda update......you're doing very well already. Be patient.

    And the SE Nuke and .edu links will also help. And, get some VERY good, and VERY relevant articles written and submitted to the top article directories :) No garbage articles, you may have to pay a little more, but in the long run it's worth it.

    Mike
     
  4. martbost

    martbost Registered Member

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    Patience my friend. I have several micro niche sites that all seem to move up through the ranks at a different pace. For instance, one site is at position 2,4 and 5 after about two weeks. Others are at about 20 or 30.

    One thing that you may or may not have done already is to use ScrapeBox to comb all the competing backlinks and try to get the same ones back to your site. This really seems to make a difference for mine.

    Also, was this a brand new domain or did it have time to settle in before you started promoting it?

    Sent from my Nexus S 4G using Tapatalk
     
  5. exmortis512

    exmortis512 Registered Member

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    I would try to get as many different type of links as possible, i see you are already doing blog comments,try looking into web 2.0s and blasting those with article links and scrape box.creating more tiers in your linkbuilding usually helps getting over a hump if you are stuck.

    also makes sure your onsite seo is correct, make sure that you have your H1,H2,h3 tags with your keyword in them, and the proper keyword density.But truthfully 16 days is not that long of a time, i would give it a month of consistent linkbuilding and see where you are after that, from personal experience it takes me about 3weeks to a month to rank a site in top 3 (but im not expert).
     
  6. Hanokano

    Hanokano Newbie

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    Yeah, I thought it will be easier. I mean I spent about two weeks backlinking, and I still have to struggle to outrank some inner pages that have almost no backlins at all :D
    That's a new one, I registered that domain and 2-3 days after that I have set up a website.
    In fact, the niche of my website is such that I can't write any long texts in my site. There is hardly anything to write about. It is focused on a downloadable materials. Of course, I write descriptions for every stuff that I offer to download and include keywords in those descriptions, but they're rather short (only 2-3 sentences most of the time). Could that complicate my plans to get high ranking? Though the same applies to sites that I try to outrank.
     
  7. chief99

    chief99 Junior Member

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    Also don't link too fast to your site and be patient.
     
  8. daymond

    daymond Junior Member Premium Member

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    Everything takes time, patience is the key and constant work on adding more and more links to your website. The most important thing is to think long term, today you will not rank your website within one week. There are lots of tutorials/case studies on bhw check them, also try to focus on less competitive keywords to gain good position in serps a bit faster.
     
  9. ytterium

    ytterium Regular Member

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    Hi,

    Make sure you also pass link juice to your backlinks via further backlinking

    Cheers,
    ytterium
     
  10. veer pan

    veer pan Junior Member

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    If you want to be ranked steadily in high competitive keyword then you must go for something in regular basis. Maybe monthly blog commenting or some other links that are built regularly.
     
  11. edgematch

    edgematch Elite Member

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    OP as you see there is not any exact answer but nearly all of them are true. Mix them.
     
  12. jason2009

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    its not so easy to say.It totally depend of your luck.Sometime it will very busy and sometime very hard.Try to do good work you will get your position.