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Keywords- easiest way to get a lot of unique KW phrases when searched?

Discussion in 'Black Hat SEO' started by Fuggz, Apr 18, 2010.

  1. Fuggz

    Fuggz Jr. VIP Jr. VIP Premium Member

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    After just coming here researching for a very long time, I recently started implementing many strategies I found here, and I must say I am quite happy. If I keep this up, I will bank over $70k this year. I am doing a lot of custom things I thought of, and mild beginner marketing, I haven't got into a lot of SEO, but I need some help.

    I have been getting a ton of visitors to my site that searched very specific keywords, and I would like to know how to get my site to come up for each of them as soon as possible. Here is the catch; there are a lot of these keywords I need.

    Example: I would like to rank high for all of the following keywords:

    1 week rental
    one week rental
    2 week rental
    two week rental
    3 week rental
    three week rental
    four week rental
    4 week rental
    one month rental
    1 month rental
    two month rental
    ...
    ...
    ...
    one year rental
    1 year rental

    I know using AdWords how to get a click for a lot of these kw phrases, but I would like to come up first in google when anyone searches them. I have checked, and there isn't any real competition for any of them.

    What is the easiest, fastest, most effective method to get me ranking for all the keywords? Is there something I can do to get ranked for all of them at once?

    Also, does it matter to google if the user types "one month rental" or "1 month rental?" Do symbols matter, as in 50 or $50?

    TIA, if anyone can help me out, I would not mind making a small paypal donation to you when I can afford it, or do any design work you need.
     
  2. thestrangefruit

    thestrangefruit Regular Member

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    Regardless of the keyword you'll have to put in some work. Write a piece of content on the keyword, add to your blog, and then start building backlinks. Very simple really, but it'll take times.
     
  3. Fuggz

    Fuggz Jr. VIP Jr. VIP Premium Member

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    O.k. thanks. I didn't know if I would have to do that for each keyword, I was hoping there was a way to get all my keywords at once since they are very low competition keywords.

    Could someone answer this for me:

    Does it matter to google if the user types "one month rental" or "1 month rental?" Do symbols matter, as in 50 or $50?
     
  4. c0ntenth|ef

    c0ntenth|ef Power Member

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    well what i do is make content and mix in my keywords see how many of them can be put together as one sentence title for example lets say in your case you can use all the numbers 1,2,3 weeks on 1 page.
     
  5. Teh_Diplomat

    Teh_Diplomat Newbie

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    Symbols will screw up your google search ranks, as while it will accept them in a search, it does not generally find results with symbols in it.

    as for 1 or One, just do a quick search rank, and notice the difference if any, I found the same results for your case, but only your own search will tell.