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How to dominate all of first page?

Discussion in 'Black Hat SEO' started by deguzman523, Jul 5, 2009.

  1. deguzman523

    deguzman523 Regular Member

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    Hey guys!

    So I found an awesome niche and I've chosen my low competition, high search volume keyphrase And I want to dominate all of first page.

    At the moment I use link wheels around a web 2.0 property (plus bookmarking, pinging, blog posting and digg & multiply posting).

    I also have SEnuke.

    I was wondering if u guys could give me any pointers or a strategy of how to dominate first page =D.

    I have a strategy in mind, but I want to hear what you have to say!

    Thanks!
     
  2. richkid

    richkid Junior Member

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    use senuke and try to get as many backlinks as possible. Then use a couple autosurfers. If it's not a competetive keyword you should be on the first page in no time.
     
  3. catchme

    catchme Regular Member

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    register domain with the keyword you want to dominate.
    create a site on it. Optimize it for the keyword.
    create 9 subdomains with websites that are not linked from the main domain.
    optimize each of them for the keyword you want to dominate.

    get enough backlinks for each of them with the keyword anchor text.

    if everything is OK, after sometime each of them will rank on the first page for the keyword you optimized the main domain and the 9 subdomains.

    hope this helps.
     
  4. FleshJoe

    FleshJoe Power Member

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    OK, in order to dominate the first page, you'll need 10-20 properties. Profiles on websites (direct tons of links to them), your money page, goarticles, etc. Brute-force it. Good luck!
     
  5. deguzman523

    deguzman523 Regular Member

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    Thanks for the tips guys!

    What do u mean by profiles on websites? Like user profiles with my information and stuff about me? Or profiles as in web 2.0 properties? Or something else?

    And my money site is a clickbank affiliate page. I can't exactly rank that, but wouldn't all of my pages be money sites? I consider a money site as something that will make me money (obviously) so in this case they will be articles on web 2.0 properties with links to my affiliate page.

    Is that a good strategy? And what do u guys think about me building a wheel around every web 2.0 property?
     
  6. herron

    herron Regular Member

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    Your money site is usually a single landing page that is the centre of your campaign. This is usually the domain that you buy that utilises the keywords. Your first goal should be to get this money site on the first page. Your web 2.0 properties are used to push the rank up of the main domain (money site) using a link wheel or other backlinking methods.

    Once it is on the front page and stable you can start focusing on getting the web 2.0 properties on the front page too. You repeat the process but the money site is now a Web2.0 property rather than the main domain. Keep repeating until you have each property on the front page.

    You can link wheel each property at the same time but don't go too hard. Slowly build the link wheels and they will all help each other.
     
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  7. deguzman523

    deguzman523 Regular Member

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    Thanks Herron! You just gave me a lot of clarity!

    So if I'm going to be building my own list, then that means I have to get my own autoresponder service, right?

    So this is what I have in mind...

    Get a domain with my keyword. Make that a landing page, and get that to page 1.
    That landing page will link directly to the sales page after the prospects opt-in.
    Have an autoresponder service and market to my list using email, promoting my affiliate link.
    Then once my landing page is on page 1, get 9 more web 2.0 properties to page 1, focusing on 1 at a time, until I own all 10 spots =].

    How's that sound?
     
  8. herron

    herron Regular Member

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    No probs ;)

    Your plan sounds good to me! You can even extend it to other long tail keywords once you have the first lot sorted and dominate them for even more traffic.
     
  9. deth_by_uv

    deth_by_uv Power Member

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    One way to spread the love around with your link wheels is to repost to them, and point your links to another property. So instead of having just one main hub...you'll have 3.

    When your money site is ranking, then repost to your link wheels and link to another property. Next time you repost again to another property and so on over time. This way you are spreading love around to more than just one site. These 3 inner hubs will never link to each other.

    This kind of eliminates having to build huge numbers of link wheels that never get updated. You now have link wheels that are being updated with content that Google loves so the bots will keep coming back AND you'll be pointing the bot to a variety of properties in case one goes down or whatever.

    Instead of a link wheel, think of it as a link wheel with "Spinners" (rims that keep spinnin and spinnin when the vehicle stops moving). I didn't make this up, it's from Howie Schwartz apprentice blueprint and is just like starting a blog farm so you can point links where ever you choose.