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Keyword Competition in the SERP

Discussion in 'White Hat SEO' started by ScaryMustard, Apr 30, 2013.

  1. ScaryMustard

    ScaryMustard Registered Member

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    Let's say I'm looking up a keyword in Google and the top results are just some miscellaneous articles, but they're on some powerhouse sites dedicated to the broader niche. I know there's no way I could quickly outrank the powerhouse site for their main targeted keywords, but if they're just random articles does that mean they're not going to be an issue?

    I'm not really sure I understand how authority in Google works for sub-articles, can someone explain a little?
     
  2. danailo

    danailo Senior Member

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    Too broad question. If your content is HQ and your domain is not brand new you can rank quite fast.
     
  3. javier29pe

    javier29pe Registered Member

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    content hq is the most important