How long to see a huge change in page ranking?

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I was just wondering how long on average it takes to see a huge jump in your page ranking? Running GSA for backlinks but it's looking like I will have to buy a verified list that meets my filters. Also, going to spend the time to hand spin quality articles so things look well written when GSA posts.

But just curious how long it normally takes to see a change in ranking!


Thanks in advance everyone!
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  • Profile picture of the author Sid Hale
    Hey Mike,

    Originally Posted by mkersen View Post

    I was just wondering how long on average it takes to see a huge jump in your page ranking? Running GSA for backlinks but it's looking like I will have to buy a verified list that meets my filters. Also, going to spend the time to hand spin quality articles so things look well written when GSA posts.

    But just curious how long it normally takes to see a change in ranking!
    First, where did you get the idea that there was anything like a "normal" timeframe?

    You mentioned a need to have some quality articles manually spun, so it sounds like you acknowledge a general lack of content on your site. If so, that's certainly a hurdle you need to get over, and makes me question what you have on your site that is worthy of ranking.

    Also, I would worry about running an automated backlinking strategy. If not very well executed, it might do more to hinder your efforts than to help.

    You really didn't give anyone much info to work with, but FWIW that's my 2 cents.
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  • Profile picture of the author Miguelito203
    Originally Posted by mkersen View Post

    I was just wondering how long on average it takes to see a huge jump in your page ranking? Running GSA for backlinks but it's looking like I will have to buy a verified list that meets my filters. Also, going to spend the time to hand spin quality articles so things look well written when GSA posts.

    But just curious how long it normally takes to see a change in ranking!


    Thanks in advance everyone!
    A change in page rank can take a while and also depends on a number of factors like competition for the particular phrase you are trying to get ranked for and so on. With that said, no one with any sense spins articles anymore because of all the changes that the search engines have made to their algorithms to shut stuff like that down. You either need to write the content yourself or have a ghostwriter do it for you.

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  • Profile picture of the author kk075
    Based on the information you've given, I'd guess that the answer is never. In a post-Panda world, you will never rank well for any period of time with outdated black-hat tactics...and that sounds like your only focus.

    Oh, and PageRank has been officially dead for about two years now. Google does still update it internally but it's not available for the public to view.
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  • Profile picture of the author mkersen
    Using GSA Search Engine Ranker is not worth using is what your saying? When I say spinning articles I am by no means spinning articles on my own site as I make my own content for my blog. I'm simply spinning articles for the sake of GSA Search Engine Ranker for my backlink building.

    GSA submits and auto registers and solves captchas at sites that meets my filters. When GSA submits my backlinks to these sites that meet my filters it simply just post a URL with some brief content regarding what my site contains.....

    I don't view it as time effective at all to indivdually go to each one of these sites and post my own backlinks. I can see if someone doesn't understand how to utilize programs like this why they would do it by hand. But time is money, nothing on my actual site is spun. My backlink submission posts are though and if done correctly you can't even tell that it is spun material. What it comes down to is knowing how to properly utilize the programs?

    I don't know maybe I am wrong but with a computer expertise and a background in programming why someone would not utilize these programs is beyond me? Maybe I am wrong?
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    • Profile picture of the author nmwf
      Originally Posted by mkersen View Post

      My backlink submission posts are though and if done correctly you can't even tell that it is spun material. What it comes down to is knowing how to properly utilize the programs?
      It's not a matter of programming. It's a matter of depending on the whims of a 3rd party - in this case, Google.

      So if Google determines that the backlink's content isn't worth anything, it won't pass on any juice.

      That's it.
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    • Profile picture of the author nettiapina
      Originally Posted by mkersen View Post

      I don't know maybe I am wrong but with a computer expertise and a background in programming why someone would not utilize these programs is beyond me? Maybe I am wrong?
      It's pretty hard to comment on that based on your description. You don't seem to be clueless about this stuff if you're able to pull this off. On the other hand, using GSA and some sort of spun content is something that Google may be able to detect.

      What kind of links can you get from sites that allow you to publish with this kind of automated method? Are they at least followed? Are they some kind of business profiles, articles, comments, directory links...? I'm suspecting that the links aren't top notch, but that doesn't mean that they're necessarily toxic.

      Originally Posted by mkersen View Post

      I have recieved about 5,000 unique visitors in 5 days and have about 950 quality backlinks according to Ahref.
      It's a good sign that you're receiving some traffic. I'm not sure if the links are of good quality, and I tend to not trust commenters on this forum.

      It would probably take Google more than couple of days to actually change your rankings. I'd wait for couple of weeks at least.

      Page ranking depends on keywords too. If you're monitoring something ludicrously competitive you're probably not going to see a huge change, and perhaps not any meaningful change at all.
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  • Profile picture of the author EPoltrack77
    Could be fast, could be awhile. Only google and the crawl status knows.

    Are you leveraging any other traffic strategies or just going for the serps?
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  • Profile picture of the author mkersen
    Right now this is what I am doing for traffic. I have setup GSA to submit backlinks to sites that have a decent page ranking in google that is relative to my keywords and the focus of my blog. I have also set filters within GSA to analyze my competion in my niche and submit my backlinks to my competions quality backlinks and mimic them to an EXTENT. I run this with GSA Captcha Breaker and Death By Captcha and literally leave it running on a VPN all day.

    I also have implemented verfied lists into GSA so it doesn't have to spend the time to find the sites that meet my filters. I have recieved about 5,000 unique visitors in 5 days and have about 950 quality backlinks according to Ahref. I don't know if this is a good pace? Is there anything else you recommend I do to generate traffic?
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  • Profile picture of the author JonHaver
    There is no exact timeline for improving your PR. Just keep building your backlink profile as well as your KW diversification and eventually you will see improvements. It all depends on how competitive your niche is.
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  • Profile picture of the author JohnnyFanta
    If your starting from a low starting point I would say 3 moths as the time it takes to grow your site organicly.
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  • Profile picture of the author cbpayne
    If all the sites ranked above you are also "doing SEO", then you may never see any rank improvement...
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