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SEO for new websites!

Discussion in 'General Internet Marketing' started by K, Jun 21, 2011.

  1. K

    K Administrator Administrator affiliate

    So what steps do you take?

    i guess first is to find decent keywords in your niche, then to update the on page stuff.

    Do you use different keywords per page?
  2. Voluum
  3. hmate9

    hmate9 Affiliate affiliate

    I personally create sniper sites for medium competition keywords and so I will focus on just one keyword throughout the whole sniper site.

    SEO is actually pretty easy, and I need to do after that is create a few backlinks. SENuke actually gets you 200 PR4-9 backlinks in 5 minutes with a push of a button (download it from my signature) and that's what I use to get the #1 spot. I create 200 backlinks and check my rankings the next day. If I'm not on #1 I do another 200. Easy!!
  4. Cyber Don

    Cyber Don Affiliate affiliate

    hmate's idea is really good. :)

    I personally focus on 2-5 keywords. Competition ranges from hard to medium hard. I don't care how new the site is, once it is indexed, i get an XRumer blast, i blast the xrumer links with scrapebox. I check rankings, if i don't rank high enough, i blast directly to the site with scrapebox. and i use only Auto Approve lists. it takes me around 7-10 days to rank. 20 days to stabilize. this happens only when the other sites are old, if they are new, i get ranked on 1-3 within 4-7 days.
  5. collegeofmarketing

    collegeofmarketing Affiliate affiliate

    I focus on a total of 18 keywords usually.

    6 High Competition
    6 Medium
    6 Low

    This is set-up for long-term success with immediate results from the first 12 keywords.

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  6. chizcurlz

    chizcurlz Affiliate affiliate

    Yes, targeting a set of keywords for each page is also helpful for you to rank on those keywords you want to target. Just make sure that the keywords you want to target are visible in that page. Remember these things: Keyword Density, Keyword Prominence and Keyword Proximity.