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Theme Content - Rank Problem

Discussion in 'White Hat SEO' started by ScaleUP, Jan 18, 2016.

  1. ScaleUP

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    Hi all,

    I am building a travel guide for an local destination.
    Think is that I had bought a theme and installed it over a year now with this latin shit content on it.
    Now for 3 months i have delete all the shit theme content and pages and i have keep what i need and put about 10 articles of 1000 words with high quality handwritten content. the competition is very low and I cant see my website in first 100 results after 3 months of index.

    Did I destroyed the domain ?
     
  2. soccerlover

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    Can you ping me up the domain name? I'll check and will let you know about it.
    Try to check the following url:

    site:yourdomain.com
     
  3. ScaleUP

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    The results is OK and logical at site:domain.com

    The site is totally indexed but doesn't rank.
     
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    Give it more time. Just because you posted new content doesnt mean it will rank from day 1.

    The latin content is lorem ipsum content - placeholder content used a lot by web designers to show how things would look with some content.

    Think of it as you just posted content and are at day 1 with a fresh site. Give a week or two, maybe build a couple of links, and it'll start climbing up.