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Search Engine Suggested Searches Questions/Theory

Discussion in 'Black Hat SEO' started by JohnathanQuincy, Jan 20, 2015.

  1. JohnathanQuincy

    JohnathanQuincy Registered Member

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    I apologize if I get annoying with the stupid questions, but being a noob on the website it's good to get my name out there, and I'm constantly thinking of things so I may as well bounce them off of the people who really know what they're doing. These may be obvious and hopefully I don't sound as dumb as the people who post with things like "I have an adsense account, if I setup a macro to click it on my computer every minute I'll be rich by tomorrow morning, why didn't you idiots think of it sooner!"

    As everyone knows Google auto suggests searches based on what you start to type in. For instance typing in "How to Make Money" creates suggested searches for "How to Make Money Fast" "How to Make Money from Home" and "How to Make Money Online" etc. but even less evergreen sort of searches, something breaking news will typically be available in an auto complete option. This means that these are determined by search volumes, and trending searches, pretty quickly as searches happen, is that right?

    Would it be possible, then, using proxies and other tools - to mass search a particular phrase using a term that only your website would rank for, with the ultimate goal of getting that to a suggested search for your market.

    So, in this example, "How to Make Money Using the Django Mundie Method" is a search resulting in only 653 results, none of which are for this supposed Django Mundie Method. If you then had a website put up using this exactly string as your keyword, highlighting "Django Mundies method" using your particular affiliate links, etc - you would instantly rank #1 for this "suggested" search giving it credibility and more results than you would have given people who like to use the auto complete options to narrow down their searches.

    Is Google too big/smart for this sort of SEO/Traffic Building workaround?
     
  2. the_demon

    the_demon Jr. Executive VIP

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    Yes it's possible. Yes there are already bots that can do this.
     
  3. SEO Power

    SEO Power Elite Member

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    People are already doing this. Reputation management firms are using this to remove or suppress detrimental autocomplete suggestions. Therefore, it would work.