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My site is indexed on google but nowhere to be found for my keyword?

Discussion in 'Black Hat SEO' started by frenchboy, May 8, 2009.

  1. frenchboy

    frenchboy Jr. VIP Jr. VIP Premium Member

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    What does it mean?
     
  2. masteraffmarket

    masteraffmarket Jr. VIP Jr. VIP Premium Member

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    it means that you are indexed but not for that keyword.
     
  3. frenchboy

    frenchboy Jr. VIP Jr. VIP Premium Member

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    fair enough. Why would that be, and how can I get indexed for that keyword?
     
  4. boro

    boro Regular Member Premium Member

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    A few back links with your keyword as the anchor text.
    Is your keyword prominent as in title / url and however many times through the page ?
    just sent you a pm
     
  5. projext

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    Create a page called yourkeyword.html

    in meta tags make the title yourkeyword | other keyword | your keyword review

    add keyword in keyword tags

    add keyword in description near start i.e Up to the minute discounts on your keyword etc etc etc

    mention keyword 2/3 time in page text

    bold keyword once, no more

    ideally enclose keyword in H1 or H2 tags

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    ping your site

    then go and get some backlinks with your keyword as the anchor text and build some free webpages using your keyword as the title
     
  6. nichkhun

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    Make h1 and h2 on your keyword ...
     
  7. MarkI

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    Great idea! Do you have a sample file of this? I'm new to this sort of thing
     
  8. cooooookies

    cooooookies Senior Member

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    indexed does not mean you appear in the SERPs. It only means that G has analyzed your content and stored it in its database.

    With the G webmaster tools, G tells you for which keywords your site ranks, you can give it a try.

    Anyhow: So, what do you think are your keywords, e.g. affiliate marketing? Search for your keywords a little in G to check for the number of results. If you have a new site for high-competing keywords, chances are minimal that you are visible in the SERPs.

    Having your profile with many posts and thanks in mind, I am not sure if I understood your question. Was it really that?
     
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  9. rampage

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    You need backlinks from sites that already have established credibility in related content. Google's algorithms are tough to keep up with and even the best of us are working hard to answer this seemingly simple question.