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[Question] How to fight for at least top 3 spots on Google?

Discussion in 'Black Hat SEO' started by shdwmyst, Aug 28, 2010.

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  1. shdwmyst

    shdwmyst Junior Member

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    I am signed up with a company that has about 5000 links in Google. If I want to dominate the top 3 spots or more, should I register multiple domains and SEO and promote the hell out of it? The site may have the same content since it is not a blog. It is to promote a new MLM company that is not even in pre-launch yet and these guys have an impressive system.

    I just registered a domain last night, if I SENuke, Xrumer, etc... would that be the best way to go?
     
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    I'd try to help you but I'm finding it difficult to understand what you're saying. Maybe you can try to explain your question more concisely?
     
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    It's an MLM company and I am number 68 in the company. It's not even on pre-launch until September 15. I want to get my site ranked high on Google before it gets out to the masses. I was wondering if I should register multiple domains and promote them heavily so I can try to rule at least the top 3 spots or as close as I can since there are 0 sites created other than the company's site itself.

    The multiple sites would be the same content, or I can try to change it up a little if Google watches for same site copies with different domain names in their ranking system.
     
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    Yes you can do it but don't use tha same content. Use unique content for each website and if possible different registrar info. With xrumer you can own not only the top 3 but the top 10 if you put enough effort into it.
     
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    How unique does the content need to be and how often should an Xrumer blast be used? I was going to try and focus on any other ways to rank a page along with Xrumer. Do you recommend a well known Xrumer person on the forum?
     
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    I understand what you're saying now.

    Buying up domains and working on top 3 spots before launch sounds like a great idea. The amount of time you put into it and the investment financially will be relatively small so its worth giving this a shot. If a lot of traffic is generated on launch then you win, if not, you still didn't lose much time and investment.

    I haven't used anyone on here for XRumer blasts, but I did get a really cheap and successful submission from 'nufa' at digitalpoint forums, see if he's still offering his service.

    You might also consider ranking a bunch of web 2.0 sites as well, like squidoo, hubpages, wordpress. Get all the good keyword properties (e.g: squidoo.com/yourkeyword) before others do, prevent future competition. However, make sure you don't use XRumer on these, especially squidoo, squidoo never fails to shut down my pages once I send them links using XRumer.

    And as said before, make sure every site/page you build has unique content. You may also consider buying your domains with private registration and putting them on seperate I.Ps, I'm not sure how keen Google will be to rank all your domains in the top 3 if it knows they're all owned by one person. Maybe others could comment on this?
     
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