Discussion in 'White Hat SEO' started by ilovetobun69, Jul 18, 2017.
how fast should a low competition keyword take to rank on average?
depends on how you define 'low competition' yourself.
Super low compet. In one day possibly.
lets say something with only like 1000-5000 views a month?
monthly search volume is not a factor. depends on how many others are targeting the keyword
It depends on lot of factors. Also we can't able to tell exact time. Just follow the basics & regular link building.
Truly depends on your site and the keywords. Way too broad of a question.
Interested to know it too! And when it ranks, how long will it stay in that position?
again, it depends. if someone suddenly makes a good site or an authority site targets that kw youre gonna get outranked if you do nothing
Depends. With what metrics you confirmed its low ? Did you check their backlinking profiles and power links from different service like ahrefs , majestic ? if its really low you can make it in just 2 weeks. If you build contextual probably using gsa ser in a week ? or so ?
Trust me there is no average. It is all about how you work and average varies accordingly
It will take 1 - 2 months, if you had a nice content and prefect on page for your site.
It depends upon your site & back link quality of the keywords. Some times it takes rank instant or 1 month max as the keyword target promotion based
It depends upon how you do your SEO for those keywords on both on-page and off-page!
Depending upon SEO activities you implement on your website - Blog writing and marketing, word count in blogs, web 2.0 descriptions, blog titles, social media activities, URL structure, On-Page optimization, number and type of of blogs on your website and many more factors.
Hope that helps.
It depends on many variables. Focus on-page SEO, add more fresh contents and share them on social media, get links from high DR sites. Keep building links gradually from niche relevant sites.
It really depends on your efforts and it includes On-Page SEO, titles, meta tags, headings, article quality, social media activities, a number of quality backlinks, and how often you publish articles etc.
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