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Taking #1 and #2 in google. How do they do that? [Pic]

Discussion in 'White Hat SEO' started by Spanic, Nov 12, 2009.

  1. Spanic

    Spanic Junior Member

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    I noticed that a lot of popular websites often take both 1st and 2nd positions in Google's serps for a certain keyword. On the first position it's their main page and on the second its usually the most recent post. How do they do that? Is it because they are "trusted" by google or is there a way to make a site show up on both of those positions?

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  2. anusha.cute

    anusha.cute Newbie

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    How they are getting 1st palace is may be by using automatic generation of meta tags... see i check the source of this post... got this..
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    <meta name="description" content=" Taking #1 and #2 in google. How do they do that? [Pic] White Hat SEO" />
    
     
  3. SpamHat

    SpamHat Junior Member Premium Member

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    OMFG - tell me you're joking?


    OP, when you get sitelinks you usually get the second listing as well - I think it's equivalent to an indented but it's formatted differently for sitelinks.

    Apart from that, indented listings are an easy way to snatch more traffic, and then you can always rank another website just below yours (preferably with another indented) for maximum traffic suck.

    It's great when you own ATF for almost all your keywords - with your own domains :)
    Impossible in hyper competitive markets though without a big pair of swinging seo balls.
     
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  4. BenQs

    BenQs Regular Member

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    from the post above "....a big pair of swinging seo balls." That's the best thing I've read all week.