Content ranking for a new website

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Dear experienced Webmasters,

i already told, i am going to make a new seo Blog... MY first blog post is almost 2000+ words long... It is a case study about how to increase website traffic with long tail keywords... am i able to rank this keyword " increase website traffic" within 3 months for my new blog ...... with only proper on page seo strategy....let me know...

Warm Regards
Taposh Kapuria
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  • Profile picture of the author nettiapina
    Originally Posted by taposh123 View Post

    am i able to rank this keyword " increase website traffic" within 3 months for my new blog ...... with only proper on page seo strategy....let me know...
    You've only told us your niche, and said that you'd publish a single article. I guess you should consult a psychic if you want an answer to such a question. Maybe crystal ball, goat's entrails, or tea leaves will tell the future. My magic 8-ball says "outlook not so good".
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    Links in signature will not help your SEO. Not on this site, and not on any other forum.
    Who told me this? An ex Google web spam engineer.

    What's your excuse?
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  • Profile picture of the author MikeFriedman
    Originally Posted by taposh123 View Post

    Dear experienced Webmasters,

    i already told, i am going to make a new seo Blog... MY first blog post is almost 2000+ words long... It is a case study about how to increase website traffic with long tail keywords... am i able to rank this keyword " increase website traffic" within 3 months for my new blog ...... with only proper on page seo strategy....let me know...

    Warm Regards
    Taposh Kapuria
    Wait... let me get this straight... you wrote a post that contains a case study about how to increase web traffic with long tail keywords, and then you are asking us how to rank for a keyword?

    Do you not see a problem here?

    How can you possibly create a blog about SEO and be asking silly questions like this?
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    • Profile picture of the author gnojham
      Originally Posted by MikeFriedman View Post

      Wait... let me get this straight... you wrote a post that contains a case study about how to increase web traffic with long tail keywords, and then you are asking us how to rank for a keyword?

      Do you not see a problem here?

      How can you possibly create a blog about SEO and be asking silly questions like this?
      to be fair, i mean, if i thought a blog about lets say giraffe hunting was a good idea, i would have to research giraffe hunting and i think i would have to ask some probably silly questions on giraffe hunting websites. just so happens his topic is SEO related so he has to ask his silly questions on an SEO site. i dont think that everybody thats writes content to attract traffic is an expert on their topic.
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      • Profile picture of the author paulgl
        Originally Posted by gnojham View Post

        i dont think that everybody thats writes content to attract traffic is an expert on their topic.
        And that, my friends, is why tons of you fail.

        You choose a niche that you don't know diddly squat about, but someone told
        you that it would make money. So you make a site on lawyers or dentists.

        I myself first starting building a website in 1997 on a topic I am indeed an expert
        in. That first site is still up and kicks butt. Any new site I make, I strive to
        become an expert in it.

        BUT...if I am not a lawyer, a dentist, a real estate agent, loan officer, then
        what the frick am I doing making a website for it? Just to clutter up
        the net with more junk?

        You can make money with any niche. And I detest the people who
        buy a domain, install wordpress, and *boom* instant expert on dental
        implants or mesothelioma....

        Just think, last week I couldn't even spell webmaster or mesothelioammandcja,
        and now I is an expert!

        The best keyword "research," is to look around your house, office, or yard.

        How many fools come here for advice..."I just made a site on legal advice
        los angeles...now how do I get it number one? Oh by the way, I am not
        a lawyer, nor do I live in los angeles"

        Paul
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        • Profile picture of the author gnojham
          Originally Posted by paulgl View Post

          And that, my friends, is why tons of you fail.

          You choose a niche that you don't know diddly squat about, but someone told
          you that it would make money. So you make a site on lawyers or dentists.

          I myself first starting building a website in 1997 on a topic I am indeed an expert
          in. That first site is still up and kicks butt. Any new site I make, I strive to
          become an expert in it.

          BUT...if I am not a lawyer, a dentist, a real estate agent, loan officer, then
          what the frick am I doing making a website for it? Just to clutter up
          the net with more junk?

          You can make money with any niche. And I detest the people who
          buy a domain, install wordpress, and *boom* instant expert on dental
          implants or mesothelioma....

          Just think, last week I couldn't even spell webmaster or mesothelioammandcja,
          and now I is an expert!

          The best keyword "research," is to look around your house, office, or yard.

          How many fools come here for advice..."I just made a site on legal advice
          los angeles...now how do I get it number one? Oh by the way, I am not
          a lawyer, nor do I live in los angeles"

          Paul
          youre not lumping me in with those people are you? cause, to be clear, i fail in stuff i know about, not stuff i dont know about.
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        • Profile picture of the author WareTime
          Originally Posted by paulgl View Post

          And that, my friends, is why tons of you fail.

          You choose a niche that you don't know diddly squat about, but someone told
          you that it would make money. So you make a site on lawyers or dentists.

          Paul
          I did this on one site way back in the day just as you describe. It actually makes money so I keep it around, but I haven't updated it because I hate the topic and don't care to learn anymore about it. I could make

          I never could give my own take on the subject because I was just parroting and spinning what I read elsewhere.

          In my opinion there are very few top sites done by one person that aren't a labor of love. I could make more money with the site I mention if I could bring myself to write more content, but I can't.
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  • Profile picture of the author ChrisNosal
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    It really depeneds on your backlinks, anchor text, and how much variety your SEO has - for example, do you cross-link a lot (link to other pages on your site), or link to other sites - all of these factors (and more) together combine to tell Google you've got an authentic site - doing just one or two looks unnatural and suspicious.
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    • Profile picture of the author gnojham
      Originally Posted by ChrisNosal View Post

      It really depeneds on your backlinks, anchor text, and how much variety your SEO has - for example, do you cross-link a lot (link to other pages on your site), or link to other sites - all of these factors (and more) together combine to tell Google you've got an authentic site - doing just one or two looks unnatural and suspicious.
      did you read his post?
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  • Profile picture of the author Big Kahuna SEO
    To answer your question, it is a big "NO". You aren't going to rank for that term within 3 months of launching a brand new blog. I hope its not your intention to have a single blog post on your site. Hopefully you will be creating lots of related content.

    IMO the sandbox is fairly strong these days for new sites. I have found newer sites are taking much longer to rank then they were a year or two ago.
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  • Profile picture of the author seothink
    Ofcourse, not a big issues to bring your keyword ranking in google 1st page within 3 month . but do better with seo will get surely .
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