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Most efficient way to dominate long tail keywords?

Discussion in 'White Hat SEO' started by ztws, Apr 11, 2009.

  1. ztws

    ztws Newbie

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    Looking for the easiest and least time consuming way to dominate long tail keywords. Is it article marketing? I've tried the Linkwheel and haven't had much success. People talk about writing content for their blog/site with the long tail, but I would think that would have issues unless it's a really obscure/long tail phrase.

    Please share your experience with ranking for long tail keywords and what you find to be the most successful way of doing so.
     
  2. djkutz23

    djkutz23 BANNED BANNED

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    i just digg and ping my blog
     
  3. ztws

    ztws Newbie

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    Does that seem to work pretty well? What sort of competition are you up against?
     
  4. newmanhia

    newmanhia Junior Member

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    Article marketing for sure. Blogfarms work great too, but for long tails not even really worth the risk. Use article post robot (haven't been able to find a free alternative that actually works properly), AMA, and UAW.

    Really that is kind of overkill. One run with APR should take a long tail easy. (just rotate anchor text) If the keyword term is more competitive do the following.

    Lets say you wanted to promote blackhatworld.
    Rewrite an article three times. I use Unique article wizard.
    Use APR to send out a spun article to blackhatworld.com
    Register blackhatworldonline.com
    Register blackhatonline.com
    Send all the UAW backlinks to blackhatworldonline.com
    Send all the AMA backlinks to blackhatonline.com

    Link blackhatonline and blackhatworldonline to your main site blackhatworld. If you still can't rank just repeat the process by building more feeder sites. This works for very competitive terms as well. Check out the guy ranking third for vacuum cleaners. He just started up a few hundred blogs about vacuum cleaners and linked them all back to his main site vacuum wizard.

    Feedshark is a great free resource as well for submitting your RSS feeds.

    P.S. I don't even waste my time with 2.0. Pointless really. If a site actually works for backlinks google either destroys the authority or the site goes nofollow. (i.e. Digg)
     
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  5. topcat

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    Would you say multiple class C ips are a must or...?
     
  6. JBatman

    JBatman Registered Member

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    I've had good success with linkwheels + senuke (rss submission and article submission)
     
  7. platinvm

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    making a squidoo lens and linking to your site well give you a big boost.
     
  8. JBatman

    JBatman Registered Member

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    who do you guys use when buying domains?
     
  9. shm03

    shm03 Regular Member

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    I find namecheap is the easiest its a bit more expensive than godaddy but godaddy is a bitch to use. Plus you can easiliy find coupons for namecheap and make domains cheaper.
     
  10. mrpatel786

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    I'd look for another property. Squidoo has lost a lot of its google love
     
  11. Philgood

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    hey Newmanhia, what do the acronyms APR and AMA stand for?
    Thanks again for the post,
    Philgood
     
  12. jdog37

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    senuke works pretty well for me as well
     
  13. jackanapes

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    I like to see what LTK are getting to my sites by checking keyword activity in Statcounter. Then I write a post using that phrase AND use it in a farm blog lining to money site.
     
  14. euhlir

    euhlir Newbie

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    Squidoo lens and twitter. The best success I had is with article marketing to get three word phrases with high competition. Use webtradez.com or UAW. Both those are solid for submissions.