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Taking keyword with 15,400,000 competing pages

Discussion in 'Black Hat SEO' started by QTrex, Jul 23, 2011.

  1. QTrex

    QTrex Junior Member

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    Basically I need to know if my plan is ok for taking on a keyword with 15,400,000 competing pages.


    Do a 1k blast everyday with scrapebox
    Buy a web 2.0 wheel and blast them to pass link juice
    Buy 40 .edu blogs
    5k xrumer blast every week
    Get an article made and get an AMR blast done


    Also, for some easy traffic I am going to use tweet attacks to target certain keywords in twitter to get some traffic.

    So do you think that is enough?

    The domain is like the following: www.ekeyword.com

    What else could I do?
     
  2. bstsystems

    bstsystems Regular Member

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    You don't seem to know what you're doing, so no, I wouldn't not go after a very hard keyword.
    1. Download free traffic travis.
    2. Begin by going after high traffic keywords that 4 stars (or if you're lucky 5)
    3. If you have enough money, get Micro Niche Finder
     
  3. jason2009

    jason2009 Senior Member

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    How old your domain is ? If it is under 1 year and you are planing so span,may be your place will be at sandbox. ;)
     
  4. volund

    volund Senior Member

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    How many competing pages really means nothing when trying to decide whether or not you can get a page ranked. Google never shows that many results and most of those pages will have nothing to do with your keyword at all.

    The only pages that matter are the ones on the first page. You need to go to Google type in your keyword and then take a look at those sites on the first page. Start at #10 and work your way up. Do any of your sites look beatable using your method? If so give it a shot, if not then you need to change your plan or move onto another keyword.

    While there are some good tools out there to give you a good idea of what those sites on the first page look like you should always take a personal look at those sites before pulling the trigger on a keyword. Do not rely on any tools to make the decision for you.

    Also if you are just starting out find yourself some easier keywords to start with. First off it will allow you to make your mistakes with keywords that are not as important and second it will allow you to bring in some income while you are learning. Start easy and work your way slowly up the chain to the more difficult ones.


     
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  5. Ramsweb

    Ramsweb Senior Member

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    I am not sure about the feasibility of ranking for such a competitive keyword but I would advice you to limit your scrapebox blasts to unique domains only. 1000's of comment backlinks from a handful of domains will almost certainly get your site sandboxed.

    Unique domain comments on the other hand will give you pretty good jump in rankings.
     
  6. DeviantSpy

    DeviantSpy Newbie

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    Doesn't sound well to me, 15.4 million keyword search is a very hard one to handle.

    Hack I can't get a 100K :/