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How to rank 1 site for multiple keywords

Discussion in 'Black Hat SEO' started by lilchaldo, Jul 28, 2010.

  1. lilchaldo

    lilchaldo Newbie

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    So ive been reading this site for about a month and a half, and am trying to build my first micro niche site sort of a bit bigger then a normal micro site seeing as i dont want it to have any problems being my first one. I purchased scrapebox seeing it has the best roi of any program, At least from what I could Tell. I was able to get all the way to rank 2 on google for 1 keyword the one keyword in my url. I belive thats the easiest one to rank for. Now im wondering what are the best ways to rank for the other keywords that are similiar but not exactly the same. When i comment I use those other keywords to link my site through and im wondering if their are any other tips? Thank You.
     
  2. mapleleafz

    mapleleafz Junior Member

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    If you've been reading this forum for a month and a half you wouldn't be asking such a useless question.
     
  3. jleone2008

    jleone2008 Junior Member

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    Just write more content including the other keywords in it. Basically same thing you've already done. Create more pages with the content or try to edit your current page without messing up the keyword ratio you already have. It would probably be easier to just make a new page with the keyword in the title, when getting backlinks put the keyword in your anchor text.
     
  4. g111k

    g111k Regular Member

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    Code:
    http://www.seomoz.org/blog/tactical-seo-how-many-termsphrases-should-i-target-on-a-single-page
    You're welcome :)

    Mapleleafz, your post was a whole lot more useless than the OP's question. I've been in SEO game for over a year... and only recently perfected the art of crafting multiple keywords optimization for one page.

    There is a very thin line between optimizing really well for a few keywords or basically ending up with a non-optimized page, it's a very legitimate question indeed.