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What is wrong with my website?

Discussion in 'White Hat SEO' started by andyf91, May 7, 2014.

  1. andyf91

    andyf91 Senior Member

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    Hello , ok so to start I'm trying to rank a local seo site. I have purchased a few recommended services on here for permanent high pr blog posts. The most 3 difficult keywords i split 50 High PR links between and then also bought another 36 so have about somewhere about 100 split between several keywords. I also purchased a package to diverse my anchors so its not just high pr links. Ok so i was ranking N/A for my main keyword a week ago i appeared in 15th for the day then it disappeared again and hasn't came back since. The other 2 longer tail ones also appeared high like pages 3 and 4 and the same time the other went down they went down as well to like pages 11 and 12. The links have been pretty much finished indexing the last week in a half could anyone guide me on what i could do I'm not sure. Thank you for your time!
     
  2. FutureProofSeo

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    Is this a new domain?

    And were those links drip fed or instantly put up?

    Could be anything from a sandboxing to a dance, depending on the answers to above.
     
  3. djunderground

    djunderground Newbie

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    It could also be the site itself. Onpage optimization is very important. Many people skip that aspect.
     
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    did you do on site seo ? if not then its a majer fault
     
  5. W1tty

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    Use social signals! It's a very important factor for google today. (facebook, twitter, pinterest and other) More likes, shares and your site will in TOP!
    Good luck!
     
  6. andyf91

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    Yes my on page SEO is fairly good imo. I am ranking top 5 for inner pages for the on page so dont think it is the issue. Yes the site is about 3-4 months old and the high pr links were drip fed but it was 2 services at the same time.
     
  7. SureNot

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    I would recommend you to get natural backlinks avoid paid ones Google ain't stupid you know. Google zoo is hunting for websites like yours buying backlinks. Focus more on on-page optimization show Google some good content not juts backlicks. Google knows that if website is young has no good content but has whole bunch of backlinks then the website is involved in webspam!
     
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  8. Argoss

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    Agreed. While it's okay to use paid services like you have been, you might find more success with focusing on mixing in some natural links for a bit, just to throw off any Google suspicions. You're also more likely to get regular visitors coming to your site, which will tell Google that it's legitimate.
     
  9. Andrew Scherer

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    Be careful with your linking.