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SEO Ranking Question

Discussion in 'Black Hat SEO' started by NovaFusion, Feb 3, 2017.

  1. NovaFusion

    NovaFusion Junior Member

    Jan 29, 2017
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    Hey, not sure how to put this but first time SEO here and i just recently launched my website trying to make money doing the rent and rank strategy. I created it on 01/21 few weeks ago i created a shit-simple website trying to rank for a term that has 21,400 results i made it with simple silo, linking out to wiki, putting 3 similar articles about Nose Job surgery, and embedding relevant videos on it. I invested about 40 dollars with domain, hosting, and links.

    Right now my order of 5 pbn links just came through and i instantly ranked to number #13 on google he says he will give me some social links. Did i do anything wrong? I'm pretty sure 21,400 results with no seo on page should be easy rank am i right? What can i do to rank my page to #1? And i Thank you for your time reading this i really need help. -Nova

    Also my if u want to pm me i'm down also. Hopefully i get some responses ill check this in the morning thanks once again.
    Last edited: Feb 3, 2017
  2. keywordspot

    keywordspot Jr. VIP Jr. VIP

    Dec 17, 2013
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    Inbound Marketer
    Near Hill Station
    The pages that rank #1 on Google has the following,
    • More backlinks = More rankings. If you have more backlinks (quality also important), you’ll achieve #1.
    • Earning backlinks from multiple domains is crucial.
    • Shorter page title – It will enable the user to determine if their result will fulfill their initial need. 8 words in optimal.
    • Shorter URL – High ranking pages in Google tend to have shorter URLs. So, make sure that your URL is short.
    • Make sure you're adding target keyword to your page title.
    • Include your keyword in your URL.
    • HTTPS – It’s now an important ranking factor. The pages ranking in #1, #2, and #3 were using HTTPS. Ensure that you’re also using the HTTPS.
    Hope this helps a little,