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How to rank EMD with PR1 Domain

Discussion in 'Black Hat SEO' started by jaydjay, Apr 23, 2013.

  1. jaydjay

    jaydjay Registered Member

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    I recently bought a website with a PR1 domain (.org). Competition level is Medium. It is an EMD of a keyword with 8,100 Global monthly searches(Exact) and 368,000 seraches(broad). I have checked it's page ranks and it isn't in the top 1000 for google but is ranked 30-40 for yahoo and bing. What should i do for SEO to help boost its rank for google? I know there are many threads about SEO, but this is an EMD that isn't ranked in top 1000 for google so i think this is a different situation.
     
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    prab1996 Elite Member

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    i think try out back2forum .

    he will submit articles to different blogs [ one back link per article ]

    it will improve ranking.
     
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    wallstech Newbie

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    To rank in Google search engine, according to me, you should try to get backlinks to those website who have either equal or more PageRank than your website. Also maintain the content quality, post one article in single niche article website, blog or may also post via guest post site.

    always hyper the URL name, not the keyword.
     
  4. jaydjay

    jaydjay Registered Member

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    Can anyone help? my site is newwallpapers.org
    its not ranking in google even though it's and EMD with some backlinks. Are my backlinks just bad quality?
     
  5. omnipotent$

    omnipotent$ Regular Member

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    Your anchor text % is a pretty bad for your given keyword and the competition doesn't appear to be very aggressive at all for the main keyword.

    The bad news is that you might have already tripped a filter. What you can do is dilute your anchor text % and focus on building other sites in the meantime until Google sorts things out.