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Stuck on bottom first page - need some help

Discussion in 'Black Hat SEO' started by gandalff, Feb 25, 2011.

  1. gandalff

    gandalff Registered Member

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    Hi guys,

    i have a site stuck at the bottom of the first page in google

    my site is page rank 3 - 3 years old - +- 5000 backlinks

    all competition sites that are ranked higher have fewer links and equal or lower pagerank

    the links i have so far are:

    high pr manual comments
    article directories
    blog comments (scrapebox)
    forum profiles (xrumer)
    web 2.0 (linkpushing)

    i'm kind of stuck here now so

    please your toughts and/or advice

    thanks a lot in advance
     
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  2. rabbitgirl

    rabbitgirl Regular Member

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    Hi,

    Try the link in my signature....their service has helped push some of my keywords from #'s5 & 6 [page1] to #1 on g00gle.

    And oh, completely free and v. easy!
     
  3. dario1977

    dario1977 Regular Member

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    that link is affiliate, and you risk a ban

    @gandalff
    the link without affiliate is
    www socialmonkee.com

    anyway being at last position of first page is better than in the middle of the page
     
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  4. mazgalici

    mazgalici Supreme Member

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    Try to get relevant d0follow links
     
  5. cyberzilla

    cyberzilla Elite Member Premium Member

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    More info would be helpful to guide you..

    1. About your competitors
    2. Their on-site SEO
    3. Their backlink relevance
    4. Their site authority
    5. Their domain age
    6. About your niche
    7. Your site on-site SEO
    8. Your site age
    9. How often you update your site
    10. Any chance to get backlinks from the sites which is outranking yours..

    If you are able to analyze all these, you can figure out what needs to be done!
     
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  6. dragondani

    dragondani Junior Member

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    Spy your competition and try to find wuere they get their link and try to put links there...even better if try to receive some links on your rival sites,thats powerful!
    Stay doing links and improve your insite SEO.
    The last suggestion:if you did almost all your links follow, try to get 50-60 no-follow links,sometimes that's the point you need on your strategy.
     
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  7. Rob Whisonant

    Rob Whisonant Junior Member

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    Got to agree with dragondani. Look at where the listings above you are getting links and get links on these sites where possible.

    Re's
    Rob Whisonant
     
  8. gandalff

    gandalff Registered Member

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    thanks guys

    @cyberzilla

    competitions seo on site is reasonable but not as good as mine :)
    their pr is lower or equal to mine (pr3)
    their backlinks quality is lower as mine
    my site is 3 years old...
    competition is 1.000.000 results in google
    i have +- 5000 backlinks for my site
    niche is beauty
    ...
    so, i can' find any problems there

    maybe i do have to take another look at some of their backlinks, but i did my research before...

    would updating regularly help, i like alsmost never do that?

    thanks
     
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  9. gandalff

    gandalff Registered Member

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    thanks, i'll take a look at that one
     
  10. gandalff

    gandalff Registered Member

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    it looks like socialmonkee is doing the same thing as onlywire