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[Question] How to Rank Keywords NOT in English Language

Discussion in 'Black Hat SEO' started by briptech, Sep 19, 2012.

  1. briptech

    briptech Power Member

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    Let's face the fact: an high percentage of the high-pr link rental services available today are based on backlinks placed on relevant blogs (preferably private networks) where keywords are surrounded by contextual (relevant) text.

    Obviously, the more "natural" the link(s) appear within the content, the better.

    The problem is: how to insert a non-english keyword within an english copy without looking "spammy"? Try to read this:

    [...] If I try to put a relevant parola chiave within an english text, it sounds immediately spammy and cannot be considered natural [...]​

    (in the above example I used an italian word, since that is my language)

    How to address this issue?
    Most webmasters are using "raw links" (www.mysite.com) as anchor text instead of foreign keywords, but... the results are not surprisingly way less effective.

    I am trying today to rank my sites (I mean non-english sites here), and it looks like my arsenal is becoming less powerful day after day.

    What are your thoughts?

    Best, Nic
     
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  2. t0mmy

    t0mmy Moderator Staff Member Moderator Jr. VIP

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    Why don't you just use articles that are in the language of your links? lol I guess you have a reason. Anyway yeah the foriegn kw within english text works it always has but I get what your saying, there isn't really anyway to game it other than using foriegn articles too.
     
  3. briptech

    briptech Power Member

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    Yeah, the reason is... most backlinks providers do you use english blogs ONLY... if I could find good italian blogs I would do that of course...
     
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    I don't think google give that much attention to the detail like that.

    Just use the english articles and add in a few italian words. It sounds hip and trendy.
     
  5. cucurucu

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    Are you sure?I am in the same dilemma as the op ( only it's not italian :) )
     
  6. ija61

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    The correct answer is that G does not care about the language so much.

    You can post non-english kw in anchor on links posted on english or any other language website.

    I say that after I rank an non english website on first page for a non english kw just using blog post on any language blogs....

    As said.. I did that so in not something that I read is something tested...

    I also build some links no related as language website but 90% of my links are no website from different language to the my main kw.

    So until now all is ok about this but how know in the future, with the new G strategy..
     
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    cucurucu Regular Member

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    @ija61 - so you are saying that's ok to insert non-english keywords in english articles or to post non-english articles to english blogs ?
     
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    Yes.. I rank an website for a non-english kw only by building backlinks to english websites... Is true that I rank better on the g***.com then g****.ro (the "local" g88gle homepage) but I also have good result on local searches.
     
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    john1444 Elite Member

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    The best option is always to have a resource box for it where you will say something like:

    Mike is the owner of HHHHH.

    It will barely be frowned or disapprove.
     
  10. cucurucu

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    That's the "only" solution for article directories
     
  11. briptech

    briptech Power Member

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    Mmm that is VERY dangerous mate.

    Believe me, I did that for many years, and it worked like a charm... since the latest animals.
    Or.. perhaps, you can do that until someone at MV would eventually catch you... maybe never, I know.

    Today content is the key, and relevance of backlinks too IMHO.
     
  12. Akihabara

    Akihabara Registered Member

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    Hi,
    I have the same problem with french keywords.

    I use as main anchor the name of my website. ex : "see more details at <a href="xxx.com">xxx</a>

    For the others keywords, i put some on english pages, but i manage to put it in readable sentences. (i don't make a lot of links like that)

    The harder part is to find blogs on the same niche, in the same language...
    Don't give up, it is possible for you too, but it's realy time consuming...