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website SERP on google SERP - how?

Discussion in 'White Hat SEO' started by MarloStanfield, May 22, 2008.

  1. MarloStanfield

    MarloStanfield Newbie

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    Just now I searched for "utorrent connect to peers" in google. The #3 result was a page from torrentfreak.com. The torrentfreak page itself was a SERP page for 'utorrent wont connect to peers' in their site's internal search.

    My question is how do you do that? Get a SERP inside your own site to rank as a search result from google or whoever? Manipulating that could be huge--especially since torrentfreak is basically a simple wordpress blog.

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    I assume the words in the url have a lot to do with it. But even then how does a search done at one point in time become seen as a permanent url?
     
  2. Entrepreneur

    Entrepreneur Regular Member

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    A search string is nearly always part of the URL as it allows searches to be saved to favourites and linked to etc. From exploiting that method you can get backlinks to a URL that is a search engine query.

    I read about an exploit on Google using Orange's search engine where by people would go to Orange and create a search specific for their site, (I.E. site:viagrashop.com viagra for sale) and then create backlinks to the produced URL. As Orange had good authority and Pagerank, it was displayed in Googles search results, in a high position, after they'd created backlinks for their search.
     
  3. mak111

    mak111 Junior Member

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    barry ide have to say thats quite a good idea...there must be other websites where this can be exploited...gj!
     
  4. MarloStanfield

    MarloStanfield Newbie

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    I've never heard of Orange, but touche to that. Thats clever.

    I still wonder if there's an exploitable reason why some urls that otherwise shouldn't be permanent still end up in search engine results. Like when you do inurl cbreceipt hack--I doubt that many pages are indexed bc of backlinks.
     
  5. doughboy317

    doughboy317 BANNED BANNED

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    idk man, but when you think about it since it's internal, when ever google goes and crawl again to check to see if that site is still alive, it'll go to that link, and since it's a search the web page should still show up if the site isn't down,.. so maybe that would make it seem like a permanent web page