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I'm quite lost... Just started my site

Discussion in 'Black Hat SEO' started by RiceX, Nov 3, 2011.

  1. RiceX

    RiceX Newbie

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    I just started my site last week and the GFX guy is currently customizing my site at the moment. Don't know why he's taking soo long but alright I guess so.

    Anyways last time I've checked my domain name has the exact niche keyword that I am competing in. ALSO I have the .com of it to :)

    But, weren't I suppose to "create" mini keywords for the site to rank? Or is it just tags?

    Like for instance, from what I remember I gotta research up at least a dozen of keywords and then keep the main ones I'm ranking for and the rest I can optimize it. Currently at the moment I just have my website and getting it worked on, but I don't if I actually have to manually to input actually keywords for it to rank or did it automatically optimize the specific niche for it?

    So do I have to manually put in the keyword or do I automatically already have it built in? If in order for it to be optimized, do I have to create an header tag for it?
     
  2. lancis

    lancis Elite Member

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    Lost you, mate. Did you spin that post?
     
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  3. Balthazshar

    Balthazshar Junior Member

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    Here is the simple answer, as relates to a new site:

    1. Buy a domain name. Preferably one that your main #1 keyword is in the domain name, and its an exact match.

    2. Research other related domain names. Rank these in order of exact match monthly searches.

    3. Get your site built and loaded up onto your hosting.

    4. Your home page or main page, should primarily rank for your #1 keyword. Yes, that means the title of the page should have the keyword in it, as well as the description, the h1, h2, and h3 tags, and the permalink of that page.

    5. Aim for a minimum of 2% keyword density on that page, with at least 300 or more words on that page.

    6. It helps, although its debatable, to have your keyword at least once bolded, at least once underlined, and at least once in italics. But thats debatable, again.

    7. Get an image on that page and make sure the filename of that picture has your keyword in it AND the keyword appears in the ALT tag.

    8. And last but not least for your subpages, build each page around one keyword if you can.

    SO for example, if you have a Camera website, your home page would optimize for the keyword camera, but a page selling the D5000 would optimize for the keyword "D5000" or keyword phrase "Canon D5000". Makes sense?

    Again, these are very general rules of thumb for good on-page SEO.

    Good luck mate.
     
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  4. RiceX

    RiceX Newbie

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    Thanks! That cleared things up quick.
     
  5. jon_xx_x

    jon_xx_x Jr. VIP Jr. VIP

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    lol
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  6. kiwilx

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    hey dude what if your emd domain is taken?
     
  7. smarttips

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    I can help you(free of charge) in keyword research if you can PM me your site name and main keywords..