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New Website Won't Rank on Google?

Discussion in 'Black Hat SEO' started by eviltaker10, Jan 14, 2013.

  1. eviltaker10

    eviltaker10 Registered Member

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    I recently registered a new domain name which I would say is just about a month old, used some Seo services from this forum, and I still don't see the keywords ranking at all on google, on the other hand. I do see very little traffic from other search engines like yahoo, bing etc. My keywords seems to ranking on yahoo from page 1 to page 5. What should I do? The seo service i used were cheap, but also had good rating.
     
  2. pix113

    pix113 Newbie

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    Give it patience and build more links, i normally don't expect to see any site i build on the first page for 3 months at least depending on the competition, a month is not long enough to access if you have a winner, don't stop building links according to best practice given on this site.
     
  3. RealEcon

    RealEcon Regular Member

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    Stop building links and Disavow any bad content links you have had built already. Start writing detailed wikipedia style articles for your site and link back to the page you want to rank. Thats it. Backlinks are not necessary with Googles current algo. It is not 2011 anymore.

    "strings not things"
     
  4. back2form

    back2form Jr. VIP Jr. VIP Premium Member

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    Of course, Damn New websites will rank quicker for low competitive key phrases, but not often / competitive keywords. Rome wasn't built in a day. Its just a myth to attain top 10 results in one or two weeks. If anyone guarantees, kindly step away from them and think before you step in. They can spam or kill your website :ridinghor

    Also don't build too many links at short time or don't expect over night results on SEO. Google always love natural links, So just think natural links can be done only with drip feeding of links i.e adding links slower, day by day, etc..

    Thanks,
    Bart