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So im Indexed, but not in the SERP

Discussion in 'Black Hat SEO' started by metalice, Jan 31, 2012.

  1. metalice

    metalice Junior Member

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    hi there,

    ok, so i have a new WP site. 10 days old.
    10 pages total. google have been crawled it a few times already.
    all 10 pages are indexed, Ive checked in webmaster tools and "site:"

    now, 2 pages are well on page optimized for 1 keyword.
    this is a micro niche site(MNS) , not emd, but very close.
    so i waited 2 days to the site to get by it self in the serp, which didn't happen, and its strange because it should show up.
    checked up to 1000 serp results.. lol..

    after 2 days i made 45 blog web 2.0 links. 2 links per blog. (1 link kw, 1 link url) in each blog i embed a YT video that also links to my site(from my channel). same video in all. the blog article is first time published, its new, but i spin it to 85% uniqueness and post it to all 45 sites.
    yesterday took all the 45 web 2.0 sites and bookmarked them. each site have 2-3 links from bookmarking sites.

    now im still now in the serp.
    what should i do? (im not delusion to see my self in the first page, but i should see my self in the first 100 serp result.)
    wait?
    do more linking?

    im thinking about creating today 200-300 links form article directories.

    what do you think?

    thanks
    M.
     
  2. oscarmike

    oscarmike Regular Member

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    First of all, Congratulations on your new blog!

    have you tried pinging your links?
     
  3. metalice

    metalice Junior Member

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    lol, thanks!

    yes, i pinged them, rss them, pinged rss and rss submit them.
     
  4. ksy213

    ksy213 Power Member

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    Patience is the key here. You need to let google crawl all your links
     
  5. smarttips

    smarttips Junior Member

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    I think that you should wait for few more days.. It takes time(may be 2-3 weeks for new site) to show changes in SERP..
     
  6. azolia

    azolia Junior Member

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    Indexed =/= ranked .
    You have to SEO for at least 3 month for top 10 . Some web took me 6 month to reach top 1 and some never enter top 100 .
     
  7. huykun

    huykun Regular Member

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    Wrong. I've ranked top 10 in a week before. Not just once, but numerous of times. It's all about knowing the game, and how to con your way through the system, as in backlinking. You need quality GOOD, established backlinks linking to your website. Or other secret sauce I can't mention here becuase it would give away methods. You just need to know how to rank google fast, but of course those things need capital/investment.

    Although, that might be true that it may take 3 months for others, it is still very possible for anyone to rank within weeks, or even days.
     
  8. nightsun13

    nightsun13 Newbie

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    Burn few domain, do experiments and you will learn. Things work differently for different niches and the back links you get.

    My suggestion is make sure anchors you are getting on links should show a natural pattern, as well as links authority.

    No point in getting all links only from web 2.0 properties. Mix forums, comments, job boards, classifieds, and blog links as well. Few might be no-follow.