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Trying for #1 in Google new site

Discussion in 'Black Hat SEO' started by Arrowmoney, Sep 7, 2011.

  1. Arrowmoney

    Arrowmoney Newbie

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    Hi all,

    Farely new to SEO thought i would post up what i have done so far im aiming for the #1 spot for my exact match domain name,
    started the site on 31st August (1 week ago)

    Using Wordpress with CTR theme
    - 10 Articles
    - Youtube video 22k views (#1 youtube for the search term)
    - Twitter account
    - Facebook account (1000 likes)
    - 300 Social bookmarking
    - dripfeedblast forum profiles

    Today 7th September
    *#1 on Page 2
    *1,070 visits today


    Just wondering if there is something i should change or do to improve my site. I will keep you update how it progresses thanks! :rolleyes:
     
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  2. kvmcable

    kvmcable Supreme Member

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    How much competition? Exact domain name doesn't have the same clout it did a year ago. A year ago you could dominate with an exact domain name but not today.

    My suggestions especially because this is bhw. What's up with 1 FB like? Get to Fiverr and spend $5 and get a hundred or more. Same with Google Plus ones. I have a guy over there that gets me 150 plus ones from USA for $5. For FB fan page hire a fiverr to drop you 200 fans there for $5 and claim your vanity url. In your FB fan page About box just post your website url. Not sure about that theme you're using but does it do mini sites on FB using iframes? If so then set it up. If not then set up the RSS feed to drip your content from your website to your FB fan page.

    Your website is too new to know where it will fall with Google SERPS. You're still in the honeymoon period. It could fall drastically in a few days. There are all kinds of plugins and tools to drip your content from your website to your Web 2.0 properties. Set those up so you can focus on just adding fresh content to your blog and let the tools handle FB and Twitter. 10 articles is a good start but you need more content if you want to stay on page 1. I'd add a post a day at least. With new sites Google wants to see they're alive. Meaning you need to change it daily. Add a post will do it. Google dedicates resources where they're needed. If you don't keep adding to that new site Google will change your revisits from daily to weekly to monthly or less. Keep adding just a bit of content and Google will keep coming back. You want your cached page to be less than 3 ideally. Which means Google is practically living on your website.

    That's how I start and I've tossed a couple new websites together also in the last week to test how Google reacts to new websites but so far no surprises I've seen. Still same basics.

    HTH
     
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  3. Hybrid

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    I hope your not aiming dripfeedblasts directly at your money site.
     
  4. Arrowmoney

    Arrowmoney Newbie

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    thanks for the advice guys oops sorry typo i mean 1000likes
    dripfeedblast is pointing at the social bookmarking urls is this correct way of doing it ?
    cheers