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How to do SEO for many different pages?

Discussion in 'Black Hat SEO' started by Michael_Lee, Nov 12, 2012.

  1. Michael_Lee

    Michael_Lee Registered Member

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    Hi guys,

    i am building up an authority site with regular content everyday. My plan is to rank for lots of long tail keywords with lower competition.

    The site is based on wordpress and i have already installed the Platinum SEO plugin for my keywords, title etc.

    How can i do SEO for all the different pages on my website? How can i create backlinks for all the pages?

    Any help is appreciated,
    -Michael
     
  2. vicky00

    vicky00 Regular Member

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    you can do manually or can use any tool..depending on ur strategy.!
     
  3. camuk

    camuk Junior Member

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    Well, I wouldn't do one extra post on the site to start with. I do about 1 per week and spend the rest of the week setting up my high quality tier 1 backlinks and setting up my tools to take care of tiers 2, 3 and 4. Then I do another page exactly the same. If I'm not too busy then I might do 2 pages per week. If you're going to use this methods for one page per day, you're going to need to outsource stuff. I prefer manual tier 1s and you have more control over the backlinks and can go back and edit/delete if necessary. Seems to work for me!
     
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    Endire Elite Member Premium Member

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    Micheal,

    You should optimize each page of the site using one keyword phrase. Use search engine friendly URL's for the specific page, put the keyword in the title and meta description, and use the keyword in headers and copy on the page. You can also use variants of the keyword on the page. Try not to mix your target keywords from page to page.

    You can build links to the different pages and this is something you should focus on doing. It is not uncommon to see people building links to their site and all they use is the home page to link back to. You should also focus on a deep linking strategy. This will help increase PageRank for inner pages of your site (as PR is assessed on a page by page basis) and it will also create a very good user experience.

    Here is a good article on deep linking strategies,

    http://camgirlexperience.com/

    Hope that helps you,

    Shawn
     
  5. Joker7

    Joker7 Regular Member

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    Do SEO for all your main pages and continuing to add content to your site will be the same as doing SEO as you will be getting visitors from all your long-tail keywords automatically
     
  6. Mr Stark

    Mr Stark Regular Member

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    Sharing each page on few social networks should be enough..
     
  7. ivanpenev

    ivanpenev Regular Member

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    I am trying do exactly the same now, optimizing inner pages, every inner page has its own long tail key phrase. I've added the keyword in the title, meta description, h1 and I am starting with the off page seo soon. I will point links to every inner page with its own keyword and of course some other anchors, I don't want to get over optimization penalty.
     
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