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Rankings just can't get stable

Discussion in 'Black Hat SEO' started by Mollowbass, Dec 2, 2012.

  1. Mollowbass

    Mollowbass Regular Member

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    The rankings of my websites just can't get stable. It just seems there is a Google Dance going of for what, like 3 months or so. It's just crazy and I don't know what to do to get it stable. I keep on building a couple of links continually. But still no good stable results.

    Am I doing something wrong here?
    Or are there ways to get a much faster stable ranking?
     
  2. trance92071

    trance92071 Senior Member

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    There are a lot of factors that are really beyond our control and somethings this can be one of them. Really the only thing you can do is to continue what you are doing and building links "naturally" (if you have a good linking strategy) don't give up on your efforts or let Google scare you away from continuously optimizing your website. Sometimes you have to just put up a fight and then when they fight you just fight back harder. Don't give up bro!
     
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  3. Mollowbass

    Mollowbass Regular Member

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    Thanks man! yeah I thought so already, just keep building links and hope for the best. The only problem is, my SEO strategy is comming to an end, I need to design a new SEO blueprint xD as this one is not quit working :p. Can you recommend a good seo blueprint? (btw, I really hate writing). The blueprint I am using now is only create quality banklinks, a couple scrapebox backlinks (less then 20 obl rate), couple of web 2.0's with unique content, couple of bookmarks etc. But seems this is not enought, considering the keyword I am trying to rank for is damn easy.. :(

    EDIT: I also try to diverse my links, and diverse anchor text! (I think the last thing is not good, considering the low amount of backlinks I create, less focus on the main keyword)
     
  4. catardat

    catardat Senior Member

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    If you are building the same type of backlinks over and over again and you don't see results it means you need other type of backlinks. I think some high pr blog posts with unique content will do the job for you.
     
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  5. Mollowbass

    Mollowbass Regular Member

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    Yeah I was thinking of that one, also in combination with some youtube videos, and some high pr blog roll links.
    Seems the high pr bloglinks, or mini post (50 posts) etc, is working for less competative keywords. But takes time, lot's of time.

    Maby start building my own private network with high pr domains? a couple of weeks ago I read a tutorial on how to setup one of those. SEO hosting and buying domains and such, maby that will work out.

    Any other suggestions on how to get a stable ranking for a easy keyword?
    Ohh and btw, I am using Magic Submitter and TBS, but are these tool still effective these days?
    Or is it better to use the money normaly spend on Magic Submitter, to buy quality articles and high pr links?
     
  6. GiorgioB

    GiorgioB Supreme Member

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    I don't use magic submitter but my money would be on Yes. the trend seems to be better have 5 mid-high PR blog comments rather than 5000 PR0.

    i'm experiencing similar bouncing for the company I work for. We're targetting semi-long tail keywords (about 60) and they are all bouncing around, though generally they are progressing.