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Some help for a newbie?

Discussion in 'Black Hat SEO' started by sham123, Sep 8, 2011.

  1. sham123

    sham123 Newbie

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    Hi,

    This is my first ever thread & website so please be nice :eek: I'm Just a newbie, I have been using this forum a lot searching, download software etc. and i love this forum!

    I have a new site, 13 Days Old, What SEO Practices Would you recommend for a new site? My website has 25 Pages/13 Indexed. The Keyword Phrase I'm trying to rank for has:

    Global Monthly Searches: 2,240,000
    Local Monthly Searches: 301,000
    Approximate CPC: £0.97

    Medium Competition.

    I would post a screenshot from Market Samurai of my Competition, but i can't. So the website #1 in Google is a PR4 | 997 Backlinks |

    The Keyword Phrase has a Density of 5.97 on my site, My Competition has the keyword density at 10.20
    Currently my website has a few backlinks, I build some backlinks from using forums etc. posted in BHW users.

    What seo methods would you recommend? & what not to do. Please any help at all would really be appreciated. I have used the Search button etc. I'm not looking to be spoon fed or anything. I wanted to posted this thread to hear your opinions, recommendations.

    Thanks :D
     
  2. Dan Da Man

    Dan Da Man Elite Member Premium Member

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    Well first off, what is your exacts? When using Google keyword tool, go after exact match on not broad. No one here can tell you what to do or should they. Read around for awhile.
     
  3. Drink More Tea

    Drink More Tea Regular Member

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    You seem to know what you're doing pretty well for someone who has never even started a thread on a forum before. Well done.
     
  4. GreyWolf

    GreyWolf Executive VIP Jr. VIP

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    I'm sure there's some guys here that can give you some better advice than me, but I'd say that you should start with the basics.

    Get some social bookmarks pointing to your site. Unless you have a lot of accounts on many bookmarking sites, the best way to do that is buy it from a service. Either go to fiver and buy a $5 bookmarking package, or go to the bst forum here and find a service provider that sells bookmarks.

    Then get some links from facebook. Post a link to your site with some kind of non spammy comment on as many walls as you can for profiles and fan pages. Same thing as above, if you don't have a lot of your own pages then just go to fiver or the bhw bst forum.

    Make a video about your site and post it on youtube. The best way to do it is make a video that would actually be appropriate embed on a page of your site. (that makes it look less spammy) on youtube. Make an account for your site if you don't already have one. Include a link to your site in the description on youtube. Make posts on other videos suggesting people check your videos as well. There's different ways of doing that and you have to be carefull cause it's really easy to start getting flagged as spam. Just search bhw for threads about how to post comments on youtube. You can also go to fiver or bhw bst threads looking for services to get more views to your youtube video.

    Once you've got all that in place it's time to start blog commenting. First make a few free blogs at places like blogger.com and wordpress.com with just a couple simple posts talking about your niche and include a backlink to your main site in the body of the post. Those blogs get indexed fast and so it'll give your site a few legitimate backlinks from some blogs. Won't be real powerful links since there's no pr on those new blogs you make, but it's still a good idea. Then start searching for blogs related to your niche and leave comments on any blog posts you find. Use the keywords you want to target as your username and your site as the url, if you can include an anchored link in the actual comment as well.

    You might as well also make comments on many of those blogs pointing to the free blogs you set up as well. That will help build up the value of your backlinks on those posts as well as be a buffer for your real site in case you over do the blog commenting.

    Depending on your competition and how well they've done seo for their own sites, just what I mentioned above might be enough to get you're site in the first few pages on google. If your lucky maybe even on the first page.

    If the competition is a bit stronger then once you've got those social bookmarks, links on facebook, video on youtube, and found some good blogs relevant to your niche with some good comments linking to your site, it's time to kick up your backlinking campaign.

    If you don't have scrapebox yourself, or aren't real comfortable using it. Just go find a service offering blog commenting and buy a package from that service provider.

    Then if you want you could also add forum backlinks as well. Just find a service offering xrummer blasts and buy a backlinking package from them as well.

    Anyway that's just some basic suggestions to get you started, maybe someone else can give you some even better advice.


    edit - Oh yeah I left out articles. Write a few articles and post to article directories with links to your site. You can get that done from service providers as well if you don't want to write the articles yourself.

    Hope that helps :cool:
     
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  5. BassTrackerBoats

    BassTrackerBoats Moderator Staff Member Moderator Jr. VIP

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    Perhaps but not many.

    That is some decent advice, OP, give it a run.
     
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  6. sham123

    sham123 Newbie

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    Thanks! Got Some Work 2 do now, have submitted few articles already :)

    I made the mistake of not selected "exact" when using Google Adwords,

    The Results are very different now & the competition is high:

    Global Monthly Searches: 18,100
    Local Monthly Searches: 6,600
    CPC:£2.70

    Do you think with a LOT of work I will be able to Rank at a good position for this? Also I came across this thread I can't post the link, its from the Buy/Sell Services Section & am really interested in Deadly SEO Operation LAM SON (The Starter) Package? Is this a bad idea for a new site?


    Thanks everyone for your replies really appreciated :)
     
  7. GreyWolf

    GreyWolf Executive VIP Jr. VIP

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    That's hard to really answer. Technically with enough work you can get any site to rank for any term. It kinda depends on the actual niche and actual term as to how that can be a reality. For example it's possible that you could rank #1 for the term sex if you did enough work, but it's unlikely you could ever actually do that much work.

    Another thing to consider though is if it looks like the competition may be higher than you thought for the terms you want to go for, then narrow it down a little more. That's the beauty of long tail keywords, there's tons of them for any general term. You just gotta think of what people might actually type when doing searchand then check those phrases to see how the traffic and competition looks.

    Good luck with your project.
     
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  8. BassTrackerBoats

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    If you build your sites using this method for KWs and follow through you are not guaranteed to make money but I would be so surprised you didn't I would eat my hat.

    http://www.blackhatworld.com/blackhat-seo/white-hat-seo/333317-keyword-research-btb-way.html
     
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  9. VIC SEO

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    Just start using Google. Get into the minds of people who would want to search for your site, try to imagine what keyword they would use to search for such a site. Then make sure that you have those keywords on your site in places like the title, description, content, anchor text, header tags. This is just the beginning really. Use some keyword research tools for some help regarding your keyword research. There are many sites which can help you with your site. Then when you have done this build links for your site using the keyword as anchor text
    Good Luck
     
  10. allin121

    allin121 Newbie

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    yeah you are right bro first he has to go with exact match.
     
  11. shadowcat

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    I am sure that will help him out GreyWolf.Perfect chalked out SEO tips for a newbie to start with a new domain.I am sure it will help in rising the SERP.

    Yet another masterpiece from you...:)

    Thanks and Regards to you