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Ranking subpages?

Discussion in 'Black Hat SEO' started by wooSj, May 27, 2011.

  1. wooSj

    wooSj Junior Member

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    I found a niche which is like impossible to rank for to 1. there is all pr 5 - 7 in the spot.

    But the subcategories I have to make are all like 20k exact but there is tripod blogs in rank 1.

    Is it possible to just target the subpages? to get rank 1? Since there is like 4 keywords there which got 8E cpc ad words saying. Or should I just buy 4 domains and make a site for every keyword apart?

    hope I explained this a bit good ;/
     
  2. Chrisss

    Chrisss Senior Member

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    Remember that a high PR is not the same as it's hard to beat the site!

    Second - off course it's possible to rank a subpage. But nothing is free in life and it will take a lot of work with onsite and off site SEO, depending on the competition.

    Good luck :)
     
  3. DebtFreeMe

    DebtFreeMe Regular Member

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    Yes, I have lots and lots of subpages that rank for secondary keywords, many of which I hadn't actually even thought about when I built my main niche.

    As to whether or not to create a whole new website for those sub-keywords, really it depends on if there is more money to be made there. Would those sub-keywords make enough money by themselves to warrant there own site? Would they have other subpages that could make you money as well?

    With 20k exact searches (per month I'm assuming), and paying 8 Euro CPC, I would certainly consider hitting it with my own sites. Did you check the competition with Market Samurai or Traffic Travis to see how well they might be optimized?

    If you have time and money constraints you might just try one of them and see if it really does pay off that well, and then move into the others if it looks good.

    Obviously, I don't know what methods you're using, but if it only takes a day or two to set up your sites, and like $25 USD to get relevant website names, I would go after all of them, but that's just me...
     
  4. jashawa9485

    jashawa9485 Registered Member

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    I agree with debt free me, it really just depends. One of my sites was unable to get the highly competitive keywords I wanted but now gets a lot of traffic from keywords I hadn't thought about. It keeps the site afloat and brings in money.

    I've also thought about creating a site about let's just say "pizza" and then make 6-8 more about "pepperoni pizza", "pineapple pizza", etc. etc. I was thinking about making them all look like the same site and that each one is just a sub page but I would only do SEO for "pepperoni pizza" on that URL.

    This might not work the way I want, but I will probably give it a try this week. I know there should probably be a few sub pages for each of those domains as well. We'll see how it goes.

    Any thoughts on this?
     
  5. wooSj

    wooSj Junior Member

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    Well for the sites are all well established. And thanks for the tips, I will give it a shot. I checked the cpc in both. And it varies from 5 - 8E per click. the rank 1 etc got over 30k backlinks.. So that will be quiet hard I think. I am going to concentrate on the sub pages then.