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Ranking factors other than backlinks

Discussion in 'Black Hat SEO' started by davids355, Jan 2, 2012.

  1. davids355

    davids355 Jr. VIP Jr. VIP Premium Member

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    I have a MNS that is currently 5th for main keyword. It's been stuck there for a while and I took a look on MS today, my site looks pretty good, showing domain age of 4 years, has more backlinks to page than most of the other sites and it has a few gov/edu backlinks and all other sites have none.

    Just wondering if there's any advice for a good next step for my Seo campain for this site.? I'm thinking maybe I need to start loading on some more content?
     
  2. Junkfood00

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    Keep doing like this: buy powerful links then blast them with Scrapebox and any other tool you have. Adding content is never wrong, it will refresh your site and it tells the search engines that you are active.
     
  3. Getwhatchuwant

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    David Like you I enjoy tetsting and tracking results and I think good quality links is the major part of SEO and of course the hardest BUT I have found that if the site is not optimized well you can use the same strategy that has given you results in the past and get nothing out of it.

    For instance I ran the same service for a handful of sites and got movement for sites with content and good on page SEO but the exact same program did nothing for a couple of sites that had bad on page SEO and thin content.

    All of that aside I have moved a site with new content alone. For instance I created a site and optimized it for a small number of keywords, ran some back links to it and went from nowhere to 70 and then some more back linking got it from 70 to 11 where it stayed for 2 weeks. I added 2 new articles with my keywords and within days it went from 11 to 9 and now it floats between 7-9.

    So I would say if you want to set the stage for moving the site go ahead and create some unique content optimized for your keywords and then start again with the back links.

    My articles are generally around 500+ words and if I have 3 articles I schedule them in WP to come out every other day since I like to keep the spiders busy on my site. I vary the KW density to around 2-5% or so just so the SE's know what the heck the article is about.
     
  4. DamageX

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    Make sure your on-page SEO is sharp.
     
  5. TheMatrix

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    Okay do this now!

    Use Blekko (or any other tool/web app) to find all backlinks of the top 4 pages ranked. Scrape those.

    Build links on those pages. Can be profiles, article directories, blog comments, footer links etc. Buy the links if needed!

    Check the PR's and OBL's of the scraped pages, and try and get the exact same backlinks for your page.

    Then blast your backlinks with SB or XRumer or any other mass-linking tool.

    Seems tedious, but will work! I have tried this personally!
     
  6. davids355

    davids355 Jr. VIP Jr. VIP Premium Member

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    Thanks for the tips guys:)