Discussion in 'Black Hat SEO' started by rhnkmr, Nov 15, 2012.
Is it possible to rank a site less then in a month...?
Obviously, It is possible. I have ranked several sites in 1-2 weeks.
It's also depends on how much competitive your niche.
Its all about the competition bro
Sure it's possible but you should rather go with a slow linkbuilding strategy that achieves long term results. No point in ranking a site in less than 1 month if it only stays there for another month
it has 90,500 traffiic result in google keyword tool
Rank? Top 200, 100, 50, 10, 5, 2?
Build a site that you're at least semi-proud of through investing yourself into it by treating it as somewhat of a portfolio instead of simply a money making engine and you can rank a site with 0 age, and it will get PR3 before you know it.
Create conversations about your site. This is what is meant by social signals, not only links from facebook and twitter. Direct posts on blogs are being seen increasingly as social networking instead of simply a contextual backlink.
Two angles to Black Hat:
1. Go for the money, fast and relentlessly. Not ranking 1 site in less than a month, but ranking 100 - 1000+. Exploding backlinks; affiliate links everywhere. Get accepted to networks, get your pay, bail out. No shame, no attachment, no worry; relentless.
2. Building a legitimate entity using black hat marketing to get the word out and thus wearing down your competition through attrition (or perhaps direct negative seo, if you're a spiteful and desperate prick).
You don't need to adhere to the algorithms and "use unique content" or "put backlinks on low OBL sites" if it isn't your business plan to stay ranked/indexed on a search engine. Sometimes you just need an explosion of traffic.
Completely depends on the competition, and of course, what you mean by ranking.
Even in a moderately difficult niche, it's easy to rank on the 7th-8th page... it gets increasingly difficult to move upwards. I always build a few backlinks at the start (a mix of web 2.0s, and some blog posts) to see how the sites respond before moving on to creating an actual plan and implementing it.
It depends on your competition,niche,SEO (both on-page and off-page) and various things. One strategy may rank it within a couple of weeks and some may not even after working for months.
Has anyone noticed bing giving more attention to internal links than Google? I haven't done a study on it, just wondering...
You see a lot of replica ecommerce stores ranking fairly quickly and disappearing again, they tend to use blog comments and other times of guestbook/ forum comments and generally the sites that rank the best are those which use the least spammed platforms.
If this is what you wish to do, yes it is possible.
Yes right..t hey do only blog comments and social book markings.. i know all the game.. I am also running some replicas.
It might be possible but not sustainable.... you move up the rankings only to crash out with a lot of wasted time and money. Slow and steady is the safest bet.
Keep telling yourself that.
use Web 2.0 as your main site, if you stay with new domain, you have to waited happy time has come...
Theres a few people that claim to rank sites in a few days, I think it comes down to the type of link strategy you use. I prefer long term reliable links.
As others have said it does depend on your niche and the competition there.
But if you're in low to medium competition, you can really make a jump in the SERPs with great onsite SEO and a few dozen high quality *contextual* links from websites that are *relevant* to your niche.
This makes all the difference in the world for accelerating a new, unknown website.
Point enough quality links at anything and it will rank in the short term. Also less competitive terms are much easier and quicker to rank for.
If you have a low competition niche and you blast it CONSISTENTLY with the same amount of shitty backlinks DAILY, it will rank and will most likely stick until Google nails you with a manual review, which they seem to be doing more and more of lately.
Yea, but you'll get sandboxed.
Not if you spam correctly.
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