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Measure SEO ?

Discussion in 'Black Hat SEO' started by cgimaster, Feb 12, 2013.

  1. cgimaster

    cgimaster Power Member

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    Consider you have just made a brand new website be it EMD or not or blogspot or others.

    How do evaluate how good is your SEO and methods used ?

    Based on low, medium and high competition keywords how often it takes you to rank the keyword to top 100 ?

    Based on the above how often it takes you to increase the site PR ?

    any other information I may have left out would be also great to compare.
     
  2. Kimi

    Kimi BANNED BANNED

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    There are different algorithms and filters for new domains than for aged domains. You may invest more (work - time - money) to do SEO on new domains.
     
  3. cgimaster

    cgimaster Power Member

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    Yes that is true but that is exactly why I have mentioned NEW websites, I want to have a base of efficiency from most users around that to their own SEO to have a margin on that.

    Or perhaps the question is too intrusive to ask... Either way I already asked it so hopefully some people will be whiling to answer it.
     
  4. the_demon

    the_demon Jr. Executive VIP

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    Your question is entirely budget dependent and skill level. So there's no good answer.

    I can rank keywords (Top 3, Google US) in 6 hours to 3 days if I feel like it and have the right amount of cash to work with. Low or Extreme competition. Doesn't matter much, just really depends on the cash, motivation, and strategic planning.
     
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    acotut Elite Member

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    There is no exact formula to rank your site,there are certain blueprints that you can follow but SEO is not an exact science.
    If you try to rank a new website,you'll have to work harder,because there are a lot of algorithms that are mesuring everything from your content to other websites linking to you.You can say that domain authority and "trust rank" plays a decent role here.

    My suggestion is to study more untill you get a clear idea of what SEO is,and then go and experiment and develop your own strategies.
     
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    redchillies Junior Member

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    Look at your conversion rates for the traffic coming to your site. Effectiveness lies not in the amount of traffic you glean from a campaign, but in the quality of the people visiting and using your site.
     
  7. cgimaster

    cgimaster Power Member

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    Cash as in tools you will be using, proxies or are you going to use uncommon ways such as buying blog posts etc etc etc ?

    I am talking purely on relaying on tools + proxies + hard work and no money investment besides the tools and proxies.

    EDIT:
    I am not saying I don't know how to rank or that you don't, I am just trying to see how long others take to do it and weather u know it or not u should always be studying it as you said it yourself Google is always changing adapting etc.

    What I am interested is in knowing with your preferable tools + proxies and hard work, no money involved, how long it usually takes you to rank low/medium/high competition keywords, its pretty straight forward question.

    And while I forgot to set more guidelines on the first post I am retracting it now.
     
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