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Is it hard to rank #1 on keywords that have < 100,000 exact search result?

Discussion in 'Black Hat SEO' started by yoessan, Nov 11, 2010.

  1. yoessan

    yoessan BANNED BANNED

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    I've read somewhere that, to ranks in top 5 for keywords that have less than 100,000 "exact match" search result, all you need is on-site SEO and some backlinks - is this true?

    My plan is to find these keywords, make an SEO'd sites with spun articles inside it, put selected affiliate image ads in, then forget about the page.

    The idea is, I just need a page where I can show visitor the ads; on-site SEO and spun articles are there just so the page ranks on google.

    Will this viable? Any suggestions or comments?

    Thanks for all input!
     
  2. yoessan

    yoessan BANNED BANNED

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    anyone can give me an idea?
     
  3. supamanjon

    supamanjon Power Member

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    why dont' you test it out yourself and see?
     
  4. lewi

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    Not true at all!

    Is a guideline for noobs... actually look at their backlinks and you will be able to tell the real competition.

    If you can't get to the top then hire someone like me to do it for you lol

    Lewi
     
  5. frederickw

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    Search the keyword on google and check the first 10 ranked site backlink.
    If there are not more then 100 it should be easy.
    Use backlinkwatch to get your competitor backlink. Try to steal some of them if available.
    Use socialmarker to create some socialbookmark backlink.
    If u have money to buy some backlink service in forum
     
  6. yoessan

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    So it's not about number of "results" that matters, but it's all about "strength of competitors" right?
     
  7. frederickw

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    You are right. Good luck on your seo
     
  8. alejandro p

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    Looking at the number of results is INCREDIBLY ineffective way to judge that niches competition.

    Think about it, let's say you're looking for a job.
    You go to 2 career fairs.

    One has 250 people (hiring for 100 jobs), the other has 2,500 people (hiring for 250 jobs).

    Which one is it "easier" to get a job at?

    You can't possibly answer that with so little data (and if you can, you probably suck at marketing, lol).

    What if the job fair for 250 people was for Investment Bankers, Heart Surgeons, Class Action Laywers, etc.

    What if the one with 2500 was dishwashers, lawnmowers, data entry, etc.

    My point is, looking at the number of competitors, is an idiotic way to evaluate a market.

    If you want to be one of the top competitors in any market, evaluate who is ON TOP, rather than the masses who you can easily beat.

    Just a few thoughts.
     
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  9. schwagoo

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    I agree with AP.. You need to analyze the top results...see how many backlinks they have, how many pages of content, PR of their back links. And put together a plan to get Twice the content, twice the backlinks, and as at least as many (relevant) high PR links as possible.

    There's more to it than that...but this is the basic formula that I am using to dominate a niche. Good luck to you sir.
     
  10. yagrooza

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    analyze the results first before making any niche decision
     
  11. aReJay

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    Goes back to the old saying..... 'Its all about Quality not Quantity'.

    -aReJay
     
  12. tejsin

    tejsin Power Member

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    its not true at all heheheh but if you live in a lost country it might be possible :p