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Ranking the website of a (long term) client?

Discussion in 'Offline Marketing' started by maildigger, Mar 14, 2014.

  1. maildigger

    maildigger Power Member

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    I have a SEO client for who I've been working for almost a year now.

    I used a broad mix of links like the packages (web 2.0, social bookmarks, profiles, social signals,...) you can find in the Buy&Sell of the forum + article links from local high PR domains.

    What can I do more to rank the chosen keywords?
    I don't want to overoptimize the anchors and also want to avoid a penalty.

    How do you handle long term SEO clients?
    Any suggestions or tips?
    Is 'hiring' links from networks a good idea?
     
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  2. SEOnetic

    SEOnetic Senior Member

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    I have been suggesting my clients for the Trie1 strategy leaving footprints.
     
  3. Paulie W

    Paulie W Regular Member

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    I havenĀ“t much experience in this, but if you want to have him longterm, dont use services or softwares to rank. if its not heavy comp., you probably will succeed with building links and citations manually and you are (almost) safe from a penalty.
     
  4. M4XW3LL

    M4XW3LL Senior Member

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    I wouldn't suggest you use network links. Since you plan it as a long time project, the networks can be shut down anytime. Try to diversify anchor text as much as you can. Check WM Tools for new search terms that the site is getting visits from and optimize them too.