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Ranking my websites for low competition keywords

Discussion in 'White Hat SEO' started by nickeberle, Aug 26, 2013.

  1. nickeberle

    nickeberle Regular Member

    Mar 13, 2010
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    So basically I know what I am asking has been asked before I have read a lot on this forum and really absorbed a lot of good information. Right now I am building up my first four money sites and I want someone to hold my hand and tell me it's going to be OK hahaha.

    I've done my keyword research and found extra competition two word keywords with over 1000 exact match searches and over $1 CPC and own EMD domains for each of the keywords (.org & .net).

    A couple of the sites that rank for these keywords have no link building and part of them don't even have the exact just related keywords in the title and/or description.

    If someone can give me a 1-2-3 what to do to build out and rank these website it would really be a huge asset.

    Questions I have are, should I write the articles or hire someone else to do it. How many articles per site. Should all the articles be written about LSI keywords, the target keyword related search terms for the same product or different niche related keywords?

    What do you do for low competition link building to get started effectively and rank quickly. Should I buy a big package off the market place here and target it to each of the four sites?

    I really would love to just follow a formula that is current rather than reinvent the wheel.
  2. durchi

    durchi Regular Member

    Jun 25, 2013
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    There is no formula to rank every website. You cannot apply any scheme for SEO - it depends on a huge number of factors. Try to read some texts or books about SEO, probably by Rand Fishkin, those are excellent for beginners.

    Hint: Write helpful, high quality articles which provide more (useful) information than your competitors do. Build some high quality backlinks (don't use those sh*tty fiverr gigs - you can't outrank sites by spending $5, those are rather excellent to damage your competitors linkmix), topic-related backlinks are a good way to start this.
  3. alternatesword

    alternatesword Jr. VIP Jr. VIP

    Aug 25, 2012
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    Keep update your website with new content. You can write yourself or you can hire some one to write the content. Just take a look at the seo linkbuilding section, lots of service providers offering the good backlinks packages, give it a try.