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How to rank on this keyword?

Discussion in 'White Hat SEO' started by emozzie, May 10, 2013.

  1. emozzie

    emozzie Registered Member

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    Hello,
    i found one nice keyword but i have problem.

    For example, there is site blablabla.com and my keyword is "something blablabla". I do not know how to get rank on this keyword, all first 10 results are longtail from this page blablabla.com. Have You any idea? Thanks
     
  2. jhakasseo

    jhakasseo Senior Member

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    Give me a break..Google dont shows multiple listing on same page and you are saying 10 results from same website on same page?
     
  3. emozzie

    emozzie Registered Member

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    Yes, all top 10 results are domain/longtail.
     
  4. UrsuAke

    UrsuAke Power Member

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    That means:

    1) Branding. The site has great branding signals and low comp for that kw.

    2) 0 competition, LITERALLY 0. Either no value to that kw or it's an invented term with 0 searches so the algo will show the most relevant content -> blabla.com.

    3) Another possibility is that you've encountered a Google bug in the SERPS. They're rare and they get fixed eventually so if that's the case I don't think you'll see those results too long from now.

    With the information you've given us (close to none actually), I tend to think it's the first or second possibility.

    How to rank in any case:

    1) Very hard and very expensive, if the kw doesn't hold a significant ROI, the best advice is to change your site's orientation slightly and chase another kw

    2) Get relevant content, bookmark it in high PR resources, build some web2.0 with tier 2 links and you're there.

    3) Keep calm and backlink. If you're patient enough you'll get there.
     
  5. daddymax

    daddymax Junior Member

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    Sorry to Burst your bubble mr know it all but google does show multiple listings on the same page and op is right.
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  6. emozzie

    emozzie Registered Member

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    Yes i have the same situation as daddymax but of course with other site. I checked competition with Market Samurai and all of results have PR0. I am able to buy EMD for my keyword (somethingblablabla.com) - will it help me to get TOP position?
     
  7. omnipotent$

    omnipotent$ Regular Member

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    As long as you don't have a big brand hogging up the first page it should be an easy task. Ahrefs is your best friend.
     
  8. jhakasseo

    jhakasseo Senior Member

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    Yes it does. Just if the website is well-known or has lowest competition as @ursuake mentioned above. PS (I forgot to mention in previous reply.)
    However, that will take so much hard work to do same website listing on single page.
     
  9. jhakasseo

    jhakasseo Senior Member

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    My dear friend EMD will not help you much here as compare to the previous SEO factor. Yes it does help but not much.