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Ranking my 1000 Wordpress Posts

Discussion in 'Blogging' started by ChEcKeD, Nov 16, 2012.

  1. ChEcKeD

    ChEcKeD Senior Member

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    Hey, so I've been making a nice about of money recently with this method and niche/s. I don't want to reveal my niche exactly, so I'll use another similar example.

    Say I own an electronics fixing business, and I want to rank for

    'How to fix [KEYWORD]' , eg dell pc r4500, HP Laptop e6300.

    and I want to rank for this search phrase, but replacing the keyword slightly differently every time, x 1000

    What I've been doing is upload quite a lot over YouTube videos (Over the 1000 mark) with a link to my site doing this. This has been working wonderfully in the past, but lately YouTube has been banning all my accounts.

    So now I'm thinking of steering away from YouTube and moving over to Wordpress. I'm fairly new to making a website in general. This morning, I finally managed to set up a wordpress site with hosting. I have posted a few different posts to test out if I get any good traffic, before I go the whole way and do the whole 1000 posts.

    eg. tomsfixingbusiness.com/article/howtofixsonyplaystation3
    tomsfixingbusiness.com/article/howtofixsonycamera3000

    Would these posts start ranking? They are searched for, but are fairly low competition, and the conversion rate is fairly strong.

    Is my plan working alright so far? It is basically all duplicate content except a new picture in each post and keyword change. It has worked so far for YouTube videos.

    How would you guys go about this? Comments and opinions would be much appreciated. Thanks!
     
  2. SkyrocketSEO

    SkyrocketSEO Jr. VIP Jr. VIP Premium Member

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    Well, I would go your way but 180 degrees opposite direction
     
  3. tejsin

    tejsin Power Member

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    hehehe, anyway give it a shot and see what it happens or better give it to someone else to do it!
     
  4. RankGeek

    RankGeek Jr. VIP Jr. VIP

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    It'll work, but will take time. Remember, you're building authority for a domain name, and that will come in handy in the future when you want to add new pages / services on the site.
    My 2 cents - I would go with what you're doing rather than just relying on YouTube - afterall, an external site isn't the same as something I own - howmuchever powerful it could be.