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Is this considered black hat seo will I get banned or deindexed from google if I use it?

Discussion in 'White Hat SEO' started by blackgamerchick, Dec 27, 2012.

  1. blackgamerchick

    blackgamerchick Newbie

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    Domain in question is ac-repair-houstondotcom
    I have been looking throughout google and have found that many of the top ranking companies especially for Limousine companies have the keyword at the very top of the website take for example take this AC repair company website it is ranking #1 on google when I type Houston ac repair the domain is about 3 years old which is new compared to domains that are 14 years old on the next few pages. The If any of you wise SEO gurus can help me out I would so appreciate! The website is using Cubit 6 in 1 wordpress them and All in One SEO pack
    Also I have a domain with my keyword but the only extension I found was biz will it rank?

    They too use this method on the very top you will see :
    AC Repair Houston services, repairs and installs most major air conditioning brands • Call us at 713-931-8850 • Serving the HVAC needs of Montrose, River Oaks, The Heights and Greater Houston since 1983.




     
  2. sforzando

    sforzando Jr. VIP Jr. VIP Premium Member

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    I don't see anything wrong with that. You should probably worry if you use the same keyword too much (keyword stuffing).
     
  3. Adam718

    Adam718 Senior Member

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    After one of my hard earned rankings dropped on one of my EMD's when that update rolled out, I just don't trust them anymore. If it's a serious business, and your internet presence is important, I'd go for more of a branded domain name rather than an EMD.