1st page with no visitor

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Fellow warriors,
i do not know is this question very common or not.
i have my blog with 1st page of keyword Gentleman info about woman, gentleman info about girl but there are no visitors.
Can someone explain me why? since this search is quiet big i guess

thanks for help
#1st #page #visitor
  • Profile picture of the author Isaiah Coe
    Did you do your keyword research before you went after that?
    Probably has low monthly searches.
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  • Profile picture of the author agmccall
    If you are loggied into your google account and do a keyword search, you will more than likely show up first, so log out of your account and try again.

    Another thing. Whenever you do searches to see where you stand, never click on your page in the SERPs as google remembers and you will move to the top but only on your computer.

    You would probably be well served to get the Firefox browser and get the rank checker plugin

    al
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    • Profile picture of the author adamj2
      Yes, you are probably not on page 1 and it is simply Google giving that page higher priority in your personal search results based on recently visited sites.

      I tend to check for rankings within the Traffic Travis tool (free) and that tends to give the actual, non-personalised results.
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      • Profile picture of the author TheArticlePros
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        • Profile picture of the author RelaxFuture
          Yes, These must be one reason. This keyword has very low monthly searches.
          You can check this using Google Adwords Keywords tool.
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        • Profile picture of the author intergen
          Originally Posted by JaRyCu View Post

          Do either of yall have any links to back up that information? I have a ton of sites, all with various keywords, and Google doesn't give me any preference when I check for their ranking. I'm always logged into my Google Apps account as well because I keep my email open whenever I'm in front of a computer.

          Is this something brand new that just started?

          -- j
          Hey Jay - yes when I'm logged into my google account and do keyword searches for my preferred keywords or something I have hit on G+ it gives it preference and when I log out it removes it from the SERP page.

          No link to show just experience when searching and logged into Google.
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        • Profile picture of the author Troy_Phillips
          Originally Posted by JaRyCu View Post

          Do either of yall have any links to back up that information? I have a ton of sites, all with various keywords, and Google doesn't give me any preference when I check for their ranking. I'm always logged into my Google Apps account as well because I keep my email open whenever I'm in front of a computer.

          Is this something brand new that just started?

          -- j
          Jason,

          I don't have any links to back what they are saying up but do know from several hundred, if not thousand, hours of seo services .... if you are logged into google your past search preference will taint the results.

          Always log out of google for the true results in your zone.

          To the op .. you didn't do your keyword research correctly ... there are no searches for that long tail .. either one actually. Use something like seo book (free) as google is not beyond inflating numbers to charge more per click.
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        • Profile picture of the author agmccall
          Originally Posted by JaRyCu View Post

          Do either of yall have any links to back up that information? I have a ton of sites, all with various keywords, and Google doesn't give me any preference when I check for their ranking. I'm always logged into my Google Apps account as well because I keep my email open whenever I'm in front of a computer.

          Is this something brand new that just started?

          -- j
          I do not have any links, I was told this by someone in the SEO field. I never thought I needed to research any further because if I do a search for my main keyword and I am logged into Google I show up first, if I log out I show up middle of page 2. If I check using rank checker and other tools I am middle of page 2. If I use someone else's computer I show up middle of page 2, if on the same computer I log into my google account I am #1.
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  • Profile picture of the author CollegeCEO
    You are indeed ranking #1 for the keywords but as RelaxFuture mentioned, nobody is searching for those phrases. You should have done keyword research first.
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    • Profile picture of the author connorbringas
      Hey OP, next time you go after a keyword I just want to suggest using raventools or seomoz first. It is important to check monthly volume as well as competitiveness. Also, you can check competitor backlinks as well to see how difficult it is to rank for a particular keyword. For example, if you have the competitors url just put it into seomoz and check external backlinks. It helps to know a competitors page and domain authority.
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  • Profile picture of the author betterwtveter
    It the site has only been on for a week, it takes time for Google to read it, plus as what the other comments said, make sure the google keyword tool can tell you if those keywords give you competition and have high traffic rating. Also make sure you get those keywords indexed.
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  • Profile picture of the author Randall Magwood
    Your blog is not geared towards a targeted reader. All i see is excessive keyword spamming around the term "asian women". You should change this first before you consider getting website traffic. Cause nobody will stay around for long.
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  • Profile picture of the author TheNewJames
    Really...even if you get people to your blog...it is poorly written and sloppily put together.

    Once people enter your site, and see that it's incomprehensible, they will leave...Google will know, and your site will drop.

    Go back, proofread your work, or have someone do it for you. Actually "design" your website so it doesn't look like crap. Then worry about people going to your site.
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    • Profile picture of the author jeffreydale
      Originally Posted by SickNickel View Post

      Really...even if you get people to your blog...it is poorly written and sloppily put together.

      Once people enter your site, and see that it's incomprehensible, they will leave...Google will know, and your site will drop.

      Go back, proofread your work, or have someone do it for you. Actually "design" your website so it doesn't look like crap. Then worry about people going to your site.
      At least someone here wasn't afraid to tell the truth.

      OP: Your site looks like garbage. As SickNickel already stated work on your website first, then worry about visitors.

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  • Profile picture of the author Abul-Hussain
    Kabira, CONTENT IS KING!

    I'm not going to repeat what's been said about the importance of Keyword Research.

    I'm glad you're getting no visitors because they would have been pretty p****d off at what they found! How frustrated would you have been if you got visitors and made no moolah?

    Work on your content AND ONLY THEN focus on getting visitors on board.

    If you need help, there's plenty of people on this forum who can advise you.

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  • Profile picture of the author Charanjit
    the blog is so poorly written, was the content spun / auto generated. If that is your money site you need to fix it up, yeah English might not be your strong point, so hire someone to do it.
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  • Profile picture of the author critterman
    [gentleman info about women]-< 10

    Google Keyword tool these are the global monthly searches number and my guess is you are probably the one doing those 10 searches that might be why your not getting any visitors
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  • Profile picture of the author Fredbou
    Originally Posted by kabira2012 View Post

    Fellow warriors,
    i do not know is this question very common or not.
    i have my blog with 1st page of keyword Gentleman info about woman, gentleman info about girl but there are no visitors.
    Can someone explain me why? since this search is quiet big i guess

    thanks for help
    First thing to do is fix up the bad English throughout your site.

    What is the Heaven or Hell nonsense? If anyone ever comes to the site looking for information about a man or women and gets confronted with Christian proselytizing then I'd suggest that they'll quickly leave, especially with all of the bad spelling and grammar.

    Sorry, the site needs a HUGE re-think!
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  • Profile picture of the author GlobalTrader
    You "Do Not" need to be logged into your google account for them to return personalized results.

    To stop Google from returning personalized results, simply do your search, then go to the upper right of your SERPs screen and look for the little gear like button for your search options - option 3 is "Web History" - click on it and "Disable customizations based on search activity".

    Note: anytime you clear your temp files, cache, history, etc. this setting will default to being "Enabled" and you must go thru this process again.
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  • Profile picture of the author TaylorLu
    Banned
    Try to improve your page content and use SEO methods.
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  • Profile picture of the author guzze
    The keywords might be big, but are people searching it?
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  • Profile picture of the author whland
    A lot of times I see my site on the first page of google. Then I use another computer on another network and shows up way down the page.

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