owning the first page of google

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I have an offline client who I'm building a lead generation site for. Their top KW phrases have a total of 9000 monthly searches according to google.

The #1 result is a pr1 site and only has 13 backlinks, all from 1 of their other pr1 sites.

The other sites on the first page are obviously worse, many with zero links.

So getting the #1 spot is going to be like taking candy away from a baby for me..

here's the deal though - I want to own the entire first page, preferrably with my own domains.

So, here's my question:

Has anybody been able to do this w/o using different registrars and hosts for each domain?
#internet marketing #google #owning #page

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