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how to rank tons of long tail keywords together?

Discussion in 'Black Hat SEO' started by TrollDad, Jul 7, 2012.

  1. TrollDad

    TrollDad Regular Member

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    Hi everyone, now I have a very old authority ecommerce site that has thousands of long tail keywords ranked top 100, onpage seo is well done. so can suggest some strategies that I can rank them together, because i don't have time to do that one by one for such low traffic keywords.

    I have some tools like ultimate demon, sb, amr etc..I am thinking to buy some xrumer and sb gigs to send a few blasts to those inner pages, but not sure. So is there anyone has similar experience to against mass keywords for 1 site? sorry for my bad english
     
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    cloakme Regular Member Premium Member

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    I would never use those gigs anymore.
     
  3. sbsc

    sbsc Junior Member

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    my dear friend
    I also have eCommerce sites most of them ranking for competitive keywords
    I have to keep building white hat links
    300 backlinks a week MAX I have damaged my sites earlier with useless backlinks

    words which forms longtail keywords are everywhere in my site.

    ranking for long tail keywords is not difficult...
    but in shopping sites ranking for buyers keyword is more important.

    in these sites social bookmarks works best,
    and diggs are great too

    if you can PM me your domain name I can take a look and suggest you accordingly.
     
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  4. TrollDad

    TrollDad Regular Member

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    i see, but i am not targeting competitive keywords at this time, i am gonna rank long tail ones
     
  5. Junkfood00

    Junkfood00 Elite Member

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    I suggest you increase the overall authority of the site. Less expensive and takes shorter time.
     
  6. TrollDad

    TrollDad Regular Member

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    increasing authority is a long term thing, and this site's domain authority() is quite high. I am now considering to rank less competitive words and hope get some quick result.
     
  7. iampresent

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    bump, is there anymore info on this?
     
  8. Bestbuyfoam

    Bestbuyfoam Jr. VIP Jr. VIP Premium Member

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    Subscribed!!! I am going to keep an eye on your thread because I have a eCommerce site also with a lot of low hanging fruit.

    Thanks and have a blessed one.
     
  9. gonigkum

    gonigkum Registered Member

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    Interested to learn more about this too :) I'm in the exact same situation.
     
  10. iampresent

    iampresent Junior Member

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    nothing really?
     
  11. markhenry121

    markhenry121 Elite Member

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    Long tail keywords is good idea for ecommerce site, I will suggest creating some quality backlinks with daily searching shopping keyword that's very important. i think you can make daily plan that's really effective and good for SERP's. You site is e-commerce so It needs advertising, and making a press release is a form of advertising that works. To use a press release in your ecommerce strategy, you write up an article about your web site, or something connected to it. Then you distribute the article to the press and if they like it, they will publish the press release. Or you can pay them to do so (whether they like it or not.)
    Ecommerce strategy to work:-
    Choose a topic that relates to your product/business.
    Create a news-item sounding title. Don't make it sound like an ad, like "Best Ecommerce Strategy Book Now Available!"
    Write a summary block in Title Case below the heading
     
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  12. islandcoli

    islandcoli Regular Member

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    I'm in a similar situation where I spread myself too thin by creating too many sites. Not wanting to just blast them with scrapebox I am currently using GSA Search Engine ranker. Now I'm building PR 1 + do follow links to all my sites. It's slow(er) but still automated and much better quality links than I was getting w/ scrapebox.

    I suggest the 100% free, 5 day trial.
     
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  13. PartyNeon

    PartyNeon Regular Member Premium Member

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    Xrumer and scrapebox blasts are probably not the safest way to go. I would look at guest posting, you can control the anchor text. Add pages to the site with the exact url after the slash and build a few links to each page. Thats my strategy. You can always buy links or use a service on BHW to get a ton of links to each deep page.
     
  14. tony-raymondo

    tony-raymondo Junior Member

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    Try to examine what the actual flow is for the incoming long tail visitors. e.g. when they actually arrive on a sub-page, what do they do next? Most sites don't make it obvious as to how the sub-page itself is funneling visitors to your primary product.
     
  15. willinabox

    willinabox Registered Member

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    what do you think about making articles on your pages using long tail keywords?