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Linking Phrases/Terms - WITHOUT using as META Data

Discussion in 'Black Hat SEO' started by kinder1208, Jul 1, 2010.

  1. kinder1208

    kinder1208 Regular Member

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    Hi.

    Ok i have a question from a post i have just read.

    I see people are doing scrapebox/xrumer blasts for all the keywords Google says people are searching for. Eg: Do Keyword Research and get variations of the main keyword.

    Once you have these - do you need to put all these variations into your meta data and on page content? - Or not?

    What i mean by this is...

    For Example your site landing page is
    "Adidas Football Boots"

    Your meta title, keyword and description all have "Adidas Football Boots" in them.

    You optimise for that term and logically - you do well.

    However, random terms that you get from google such as "Cheap Adidas Football Boots" "Top 10 Adidas Football Boots" "Adidas Football Boots in Angola" "Diamond Studded Adidas Football Boots Russia" "Adidas Football Boots for people with artificial legs"

    Ok... So all these random variations that people search for - not quite as often but still do...

    If you were to then create backlinks for all those terms above - but DO NOT add all these weird and wild variations into your meta data or content.

    Eg: i DONT add "Adidas Football Boots for people with artificial legs" to my meta data - but i DO build backlinks for this term. Would that then mean i would rank well for that term, even though i dont have it anywhere on my site - but DO have backlinks for it?

    Hope this makes sense.

    Thanks
     
  2. ultimategamechain

    ultimategamechain Power Member

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    backlinks is just one factor and on page is another factor that can make you rank. You might rank on it if you acquire quality relevant links and if the competition is not very hard. But if your competitor has quality backlinks and onpage then he would of course outrank you.
     
  3. kinder1208

    kinder1208 Regular Member

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    I am using "Adidas Football Boots for people with artificial legs" as a wild example...
    BUT

    I am sure there are a lot of terms out there that people search for but are not worth adding to your onpage content...

    But may well be worth doing backlinks for if you can automate it with things like Scrapebox or Xrumer.

    So just to clarify...

    If i had NO meta data with the term "Adidas Football Boots for people with artificial legs" - but i did have some backlinks with that term...

    Would/should/could i rank for it?