Top 10 google ranking in 1 day from new Warrior Blog!

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I just stumbled upon this...

Yesterday I posted a post to my warrior blog about a new project I have been working on and getting ready to release.

Normally after I release a product I will do a little simple SEO to try and get top 10 rankings for two and three word long tail targeted search terms...

But this was accidental:

Notice my warrior blog with only one post is at around position 8 or 9 for the term "transparent video player."

This was completely accidental and I searched on google today while doing a little keyword research to see what my competition was going to be and presto there I was only 1 day after posting.

Now, I am not much of an SEO wiz but most of my products have top 10 listings on google for many of their two and three word long tail target keywords and usually it takes me a bit more effort than a short little blog post.

For example if you search "transparent video" my site has the number 2 listing.

Warrior forum has always been fairly good for seo rankings on discussions in the past but I am convinced that this new platform is more powerful than we think.

In fact yesterday when I posted to my warrior blog I wondered how the search engines would like warrior blogs...

Now I see... Top 10 google ranking in just 1 day for one of my top target keyword phrases that I had planned to target when I got around to it for my new project... and I landed it not even trying by accident with a warrior blog post.

I am impressed.
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  • Profile picture of the author zerofill
    Hah yeah Josh I was going through and looking at peoples blogs and putting text from them in google to see if they showed up already. They do which is really sweet.

    Grats on the ranking!
    • Profile picture of the author Allen Graves
      I was surprised to see my brand new profile page when I searched fro my name...I also found my WSO on the first page for two of my targeted phrases. LOL

      This site has a lot of Google Love!

  • Profile picture of the author si101
    Congrats you, and thanks for share

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