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Question about ranking very high very fast.

Discussion in 'Black Hat SEO' started by mistablackhat00, Dec 14, 2011.

  1. mistablackhat00

    mistablackhat00 Jr. VIP Jr. VIP Premium Member

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    I'm using a high PR blog site to post about certain topics then link to my site from them.

    If I wanted to rank at the top of Google for the keyword phrase (long tail keywords) quickly, like within 2-3 days, can I just Scrapebox blast the hell out of it? Or is there more to it than that?

    The phrases I'm going for do not mave much competition, and in my first couple trys I made it to the #1 and #3 spots, only to move back down as competitors took my spot.
     
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    There are a million ways to get ranked. Getting links from 1 domain isn't usually enough to rank for most terms.
     
  3. mistablackhat00

    mistablackhat00 Jr. VIP Jr. VIP Premium Member

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    I should have been more specific.

    I am Scrapebox-blasting the blog page, that is what I am trying to rank. Not my site.

    So the blog post is getting links from a few hundred blogs.

    But my question is, if I want to make sure I stay ranked at the top (hopefully spots #1-3) for 3-4 days max, do I just blast as much as I can with Scrapebox?
     
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    mistablackhat00 Jr. VIP Jr. VIP Premium Member

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    Anymore advice for me?
     
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    Afraid it's not that simple. Most of the sites you will get links from will have been spammed to death so the link juice will be minimal. Afraid you will have to add some other quality links even for a low competition keyword. Articles from quality private networks still work very well so I would give them a go.
     
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    There are so many variables to your answer it is not even funny lol. But, link diversity and link velocity are two key ingredients to a winning strategy. The fact that you ranked so high so quick is a really good sign. How old is your site? What were you doing to get ranked so high initially? Where is your site now? Those are important questions you should consider and they will guide your overall strategy. Also, why are you only wanting to be ranking high for a few days? Just seems like a bit of an odd strategy?
     
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  7. mistablackhat00

    mistablackhat00 Jr. VIP Jr. VIP Premium Member

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    I can't give away any details about the site really, it's just a well known site where I am able to post the keywords right in the title tags. I only need it to rank high for a few days because it's targetting a single event.
     
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    Ahhh makes sense then. Hrrmmmm, I have never really been in the position, but I can tell you what I would probably do. Few web 2.0s from the bigger sites... AMR blast those to the moon....scrapebox blast those....ping everything....and get the links in as many social bookmarking sites as possible. The biggest problem you will probably encounter will be getting everything indexed in time for the event....especially if your event is fast approaching. The social book marks should get picked up pretty quick and the pinging everything else will hopefully get them picked up. AMR links are taking sometime to show up these days so for good measure I would probably SB blast the buffer web 2.0 sites as well.