Searching for some guidance, what am I doing right or wrong??

Discussion in 'Black Hat SEO' started by yustis83, Oct 25, 2012.

  1. yustis83

    yustis83 Newbie

    Oct 10, 2012
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    Web & Graphic designer & developer
    Los Angeles, CA
    Hey guys,

    So I'm new in here and have been reading a lot and learned somethings in this pasts month, I have been working as a web and graphic designer for quite some time and lately I have been learning SEO basically at my work I took over the responsibility of a eCommerce site that we have and have managed to push it from making $5 a day to making over 100K a year but i still think there is room for the site to grow and be the first in Google SE.

    Anyway I would like for the experienced people in here to let me know what am I doing right or wrong.

    OK, so things that we have done to the site are to include product descriptions and trying to saturate but not over saturate the keywords we are tying to target, we are using magento platform so we are have meta descriptions meta titles and meta keywords, also on the side we have Facebook twitter and YouTube accounts that we don't use that often only twitter we do a couple of tweets a day including back links to our site with promotions and things like that.

    So far we have index by Google about 60,400 back links to our site. The only kind of publicity we get is from twitter and from time to time we try to post PR's.

    The question is what else can it be done to push my site higher on SE rankings??

    Any guidance or advise will be well appreciated.

    Thank you in advance for your time.
  2. pj413

    pj413 Regular Member

    Mar 5, 2009
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    It sounds like you have a very established business already. That's awesome - It makes a strong foundation for SEO.

    1) Try buying some high PR backlinks for some of the main keywords you're trying to target. Buying high PR can be dangerous for brand new sites, but for a site like yours it could work really well. Make sure the backlinks are at least somewhat relevant.
    2) Come up with a few different PR stunts, contests or other interesting things you could do. Come up with something people will want to write about. Then contact 25 to 50 bloggers, website owners or journalists in your industry and see if they're interested in writing about it. For bloggers and site owners, financial incentives can work very well.
    3) Start buying blog posts. You can buy postings for as little as $3 to $20. Make sure they're semi-related to your industry. Low quality content at a mass scale is perfectly OK, as long as you mix in high quality links in there as well.

    Good luck!