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Post not even ranking top 100 for 0 competition keyword?

Discussion in 'Black Hat SEO' started by spectrejoe, Jan 27, 2017.

  1. spectrejoe

    spectrejoe Jr. VIP Jr. VIP

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    From the top 10 this keyword my website has the 2nd highest DA, and the highest DA isn't even targetting the keyword, all others have only 1-15 PA as well.

    When I first created the post it ranked the 4 keywords in top 50 with my main one ranking #36.

    However 2 days later it was de indexed thus losing all the rankings.


    Since it was a CPA niche I just copied what my competitors did and paste on the bottom a 300-500 word article based on the niche, obviously spinned but apparently it wasn't enough, thinking it was duplicate content I just respinned the with a paid software I had and posted it again, ran it through copyscape and 0% duplicate content.

    Submitted to google and it was indexed shortly after however from the 4 keywords that I'm targetting only 1 has shown up in top 100 at #86, and I repeat, this is a 0 competition niche, all my keywords had already been top 50 before so I'm not sure what can possibly be wrong.

    First thought it was overoptimization, however my full keyword only shows up 1.1%, partial does show up 2.2% but if you compare the top 3 results with only 200-400 words of text their partial goes up to 4% and they're still within top 3.
     
  2. hippo123

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    IMO, I think that a few days is too quick to tell even for low com keywords.

    I had a low com keyword go to #20ish, deindexed for 2 weeks and pop back into #10ish before.
     
  3. spectrejoe

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    Most onsite optimizations tend to be quite quick to show results from my experience though