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Question on article marketing and competition with authority sites

Discussion in 'Black Hat SEO' started by RRamirez, Sep 29, 2009.

  1. RRamirez

    RRamirez Junior Member

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    I have a question on article marketing
    it may be a stupid question but please understand

    If i use article marketing and send articles with a high keyword density to web2.0 sites (with my link in it of course), wouldn't the google ranking of the other site like digg and ezinearticles rank higher in a google (or any other) websearch for said keywords than the site that i am trying to promote?

    Or is it just that the article should be written in a way to get the reader to visit your website because i am thinking
    1. Number on google is better than being linked in the article for promotion/backlinks since people will read the articles and may never come to your site.
    2. The increased chance of being banned from these web 2.0 sites

    If anyone can answer my question thank you
    it has bothered me ever since i have been here at BHW since some things like Senuke seem to be based around this sort of thing.
     
  2. RRamirez

    RRamirez Junior Member

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    no one can reply

    search in google for this "naturalhealth byethost8" without qoutes to see what i mean
    the article directories that i submitted to rank higher than my website. noone can explain to me why this is so and how i can rank over them?
     
  3. neo

    neo Power Member

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    Initially the web2.0 sites or the the article directories with your articles will rank higher. Once you have enough links pointing to your site you ranking will climb.
    The beauty is that you can own the majority of the first page listing between your site and the web2.0 sites if you are targeting low competition keywords,
     
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