How to rank this keyword?

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Keyword name: "how to set up a blog"
Avg. Monthly searches: 5400
I want to rank this keyword for my tech blog TalkAndTalkers post.Already on page seo optimized........
Can any one tell me:
1) Estimated time to get achieved first page
2) How many links needed
3) Anchor text variation
4) Competitor
5) Web 2.0 links is useful for link building???????/
#keyword #rank
  • Profile picture of the author davidweb09
    It can take min 3 month to rank it at 1st. You need to use this keyword as title to get backlinks.
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  • Profile picture of the author fpforum
    I don't think anyone is going to do all that analysis free of charge. Especially when there are tools out there which can help you determine it.. There are really a number of different factors which go into place, so how long I tell you it takes me to rank it, won't likely be how long it would take you to rank it.
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    • Profile picture of the author taposh123
      Originally Posted by fpforum View Post

      I don't think anyone is going to do all that analysis free of charge. Especially when there are tools out there which can help you determine it.. There are really a number of different factors which go into place, so how long I tell you it takes me to rank it, won't likely be how long it would take you to rank it.
      Yes you are true..........Which factor? PA,DA, Domain age ...or something else?
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  • Profile picture of the author Slade556
    I'd say, the way to rank that specific keyword is the same way you would rank any other keywords, for that matter. Start experimenting, don't wait for someone to give you the solution, like fpforum said, such an analysis will probably not come for free.
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    • Profile picture of the author taposh123
      Originally Posted by Slade556 View Post

      I'd say, the way to rank that specific keyword is the same way you would rank any other keywords, for that matter. Start experimenting, don't wait for someone to give you the solution, like fpforum said, such an analysis will probably not come for free.
      Ok no problem...Can i use web 2.0 properties for anchor text link building?
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  • Profile picture of the author dewalds86
    You can use any form of link building as long as they are quality links. But be warned that keyword phrase is an extremely competitive keyword and you will struggle to rank well for it even after 3 months.
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    • Profile picture of the author taposh123
      Originally Posted by dewalds86 View Post

      You can use any form of link building as long as they are quality links. But be warned that keyword phrase is an extremely competitive keyword and you will struggle to rank well for it even after 3 months.
      Can you mention some high quality untrapped source?
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  • Profile picture of the author ibtech
    Originally Posted by taposh123 View Post

    Keyword name: "how to set up a blog"
    Avg. Monthly searches: 5400
    I want to rank this keyword for my tech blog TalkAndTalkers post.Already on page seo optimized........
    Can any one tell me:
    1) Estimated time to get achieved first page
    2) How many links needed
    3) Anchor text variation
    4) Competitor
    5) Web 2.0 links is useful for link building???????/
    You should certainly use different anchor text while building links for your blog. For example - "how to set up a blog", "tips to set up a blog", "Easily set up a blog" and so on. You should also use naked url and your blog name to build links.

    You can certainly use web 2.0 links, but you should also use guest posting to build high quality links and in my opinion there you should use your brand or naked url.
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    • Profile picture of the author taposh123
      Originally Posted by ibtech View Post

      You should certainly use different anchor text while building links for your blog. For example - "how to set up a blog", "tips to set up a blog", "Easily set up a blog" and so on. You should also use naked url and your blog name to build links.

      You can certainly use web 2.0 links, but you should also use guest posting to build high quality links and in my opinion there you should use your brand or naked url.
      Good to see you here. Can you be more specific for naked url?
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  • Profile picture of the author annewilliams123
    Ranking totally depends on the your keywords and its competition. Web 2.0 websites are really good to get traffic on that particular keywords.
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  • Profile picture of the author MikeFriedman
    You are probably never going to rank highly for that term. The onsite SEO of that site is a mess. Just a few problems I see without even digging into it.

    There is no clear content targeting that phrase.
    There is no clear navigation or flow of linkjuice/PageRank.
    Dynamic home page.
    No idea why you added nofollow to links to Facebook, Twitter, and Google+.
    Tons of typos and grammar mistakes.

    I would look at fixing that stuff up before I did anything else.
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    • Profile picture of the author taposh123
      Originally Posted by MikeFriedman View Post

      You are probably never going to rank highly for that term. The onsite SEO of that site is a mess. Just a few problems I see without even digging into it.

      There is no clear content targeting that phrase.
      There is no clear navigation or flow of linkjuice/PageRank.
      Dynamic home page.
      No idea why you added nofollow to links to Facebook, Twitter, and Google+.
      Tons of typos and grammar mistakes.

      I would look at fixing that stuff up before I did anything else.
      Can u rewrite it or example edit for grammar and typos.......... Also give me some on site error......about it
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      • Profile picture of the author MikeFriedman
        Originally Posted by taposh123 View Post

        Can u rewrite it or example edit for grammar and typos.......... Also give me some on site error......about it
        No.

        If you are going to instruct people on "how to setup a blog" I think this is some of the kind of stuff you should know.
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      • Profile picture of the author Cason
        Originally Posted by taposh123 View Post

        Can u rewrite it or example edit for grammar and typos.......... Also give me some on site error......about it
        Grammarly.com

        My advice is go rank for something easier first before you try for a 5400/mo keyword. You can always try to rank for this again AFTER you've learnt how to rank for something easier. You don't try to run if you can barely walk without falling.
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      • Profile picture of the author DABK
        From the first article: "They have just published a commercial break for their publishers."

        I've been an adult for decades and never met a commercial break that cared to be published.

        From the 2nd article: "But do you know that using computer lots of time can hamper in your eyes."

        It's: 'using a computer.' And, looking at a computer screen has never hampered anyone's eyes.

        Hamper = to slow the movement, progress, or action of (someone or something).

        You need a better writer.
        Originally Posted by taposh123 View Post

        Can u rewrite it or example edit for grammar and typos.......... Also give me some on site error......about it
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  • Profile picture of the author bertieallsorts
    First things first, he said his on site SEO was done its not, its very thin on content for the keyword he intends to target and its also very big on competition. You are in noway ready to target anything, get the on site SEO done properly first, if i was you i wouldnt not target that phrase i would target other variations of it.

    Furthermore - make sure you know a thing or two about the niche your targeting, my impressions are your very new and raw to the niche.

    Before you do anything tho, sort the on page SEO out and target something easier then move on to the big competition keywords later.

    you have the makings of a good blog, i really like what you have done so far. took a look round
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  • Profile picture of the author abbystabby
    Originally Posted by taposh123 View Post

    Keyword name: "how to set up a blog"
    Avg. Monthly searches: 5400
    I want to rank this keyword for my tech blog TalkAndTalkers post.Already on page seo optimized........
    Can any one tell me:
    1) Estimated time to get achieved first page
    2) How many links needed
    3) Anchor text variation
    4) Competitor
    5) Web 2.0 links is useful for link building???????/
    Hey man, Not sure if you still need help with this. Honest opinion though, Attack the a different keyword. The competition for that keyword is to steep. I don't know what keyword tool you use but I'd suggest hitting the drawing board again and go for the low hanging fruit. Keywords with less traffic and less competition. Good luck.
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  • Profile picture of the author digitalexpert
    You can improve website content quality and Maybe it will take 3 to 4 months
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  • Profile picture of the author mattcarter99
    It can take min 3 to 5 month to rank it at 1st. You need to use this keyword as title to get backlinks.
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  • Profile picture of the author jony1
    yes , this keyword will take some time 3-4 month for top ranking. For this you should do bookmarking, forum, blog, Artical .
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  • Profile picture of the author aliblogger1985
    try long tail pro platinum to check its difficulty. If its difficulty count is less than 30 than you can rank it within one or two months.
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