Discussion in 'Black Hat SEO' started by Kralj187, Jan 28, 2016.
Out of curiosity what's harder to outrank for an Apple product? Or is it not worth trying
Looks like Amazon is beating Apple, but not by much. I actually expected apple to rank for less than that. So I'd say Amazon
I would have said apple.com because i would have thought that the links weren't not diluted over many pages until i checked this :
While Amazon has 163M pages indexed. So pretty close, then i would say also that Amazon would be harder.
I would say Apple. If you are trying to rank for one of Apple's products, there will be a lot of competition and they have a huge amount of links pointing to their products (as they are expensive and Apple don't want a third-hand to rank higher than them and steal the customers, the cost per customer can be high as their shit broke every 3 months so you need to get a new charger, headphones, etc.) while Amazon is a marketplace with MILLIONS of products where there are many not building links to their product pages. Sure, some might do it in competitive niches but usually the product pages I see ranking barely got any links pointing to them at all.
But it might depend, as some might build a lot of links or for some pages that Amazon makes a good sum of money.
Both are easy to outrank.
Out of those tow i would say google
Can you be a little more specific. Are we talking about EMD + Sape + diversification links, or EMD + PBN + diversification links?
Totally depends on your keyword and how well amazon & apple are onpage optimized for it.
If you try to rank for one of their products, Apple is definitely much harder to outrank in most cases.
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