Is it easy to dominate on 10 or less intitle url intitle anchor competition?

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  1. woodle

    woodle Newbie

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    Hi guys this is my first post better late than never.

    Ive come accross a few good keywords with 1000+ exact searches per month and less than 10 exact intitle url and intitle anchor competition.

    what will be my odds of outranking/dominating the competition sites when using senukex/amr/scrapebox/xrumer?

    Some of the top sites on these keywords are high pagerank authority/youtube/wikipedia etc.
    Should i avoid these keywords or just go for it with the blackhat tools..

    Reason i ask is i need to get a general idea if low comp intitle url/anchor keywords are worth going after and what my odds are of getting number 1 rank with just basic 8 page article sites and good ON page optimisation.

    regards
     
  2. acotut

    acotut Elite Member

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    Better check the INURL:"keyword phrase here" and not only in title.

    Also,don't forget to check the pr of competitiors,age,and backlinks of course.

    There's a thread on here about checking competition,so if you're still struggling,send me a PM with your analisis and i'll help you :)
     
  3. Toples

    Toples Regular Member

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    it should be piece of cake
    just od good on page SEO
    and you can be on page 1 sometimes without any linking
     
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  4. mordred

    mordred Registered Member

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    Forget about the intitle competition etc. - just look at the first page and check out the competition there, their backlinks, optimization etc.

    This is the best way to tell how strong competition is imo.
     
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