Why my website is not ranking when I'm doing link-building since June 2020?

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I'm doing SEO for my website Escale Solutions since June 2020 and it's almost 3 months but the results are not so positive.
I want to rank a particular keyword on Google but all my efforts are going in vain. The keyword is this one: "web development services in Delhi".
Can anybody advise me on this? Where I'm going wrong? Or this is a normal thing in SEO?
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  • Profile picture of the author nishtha2020
    its depend on your back-link quality and indexing status. if your link not index in google then your keyword rank cant improve
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  • Profile picture of the author dave_hermansen
    Although links are definitely important, your content is, too. Maybe your content is not very good.

    Also, I suspect the links you "built" are terrible. Links are not "built"; they are voluntarily given by websites who value your content. If you can place a link, yourself, on somebody else's website, it is utterly worthless.

    Finally, three months is not a very long time.
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    • Profile picture of the author Jeffery
      Originally Posted by dave_hermansen View Post

      Although links are definitely important, your content is, too. Maybe your content is not very good.

      Also, I suspect the links you "built" are terrible. Links are not "built"; they are voluntarily given by websites who value your content. If you can place a link, yourself, on somebody else's website, it is utterly worthless.

      Finally, three months is not a very long time.
      ^ This ^ Thank you Dave.
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    • Profile picture of the author Appfillip
      This is helpful Dave, I am new in this field and learning is always useful for me
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  • Profile picture of the author fastreplies
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    LOL, 3 months...
    How about 20 years and still G. care less

    You may have 1M links but if they aren't coherent to you site's subject, they are meaningless.
    Then again, if your competition online for years, at this point you're for G is junior. So, be patient.



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    • Profile picture of the author Jeffery
      Originally Posted by fastreplies View Post

      LOL, 3 months...
      How about 20 years and still G. care less

      You may have 1M links but if they aren't coherent to you site's subject, they are meaningless.
      Then again, if your competition online for years, at this point you're for G is junior. So, be patient.



      fastreplies
      You may have 1M links, but if they aren't relevant to the page's content the backlinks result in little to no Google weight.


      Fixed that for you.
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      • Profile picture of the author fastreplies
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        Originally Posted by Jeffery View Post

        relevant to the page's content the backlinks result in little to no Google weight.
        Thank you for helping me. In some way you might be right, but...
        What about sites that have no backlinks like technical, academia
        and all sorts of sites that catering to specific group of people who're
        strictly users and never share info with others (maybe via email)?

        Why are those sites on top of SERP based on nothing else but
        on keywords and content?



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  • Profile picture of the author N1coleW
    3 months is a very short time to see good results. It's a hard and long road, but it's worth it anyway, so don't despair and go on
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  • Profile picture of the author Jeffery
    Originally Posted by fastreplies View Post

    LOL, 3 months...
    How about 20 years and still G. care less

    You may have 1M links but if they aren't coherent to you site's subject, they are meaningless.
    Then again, if your competition online for years, at this point you're for G is junior. So, be patient.



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    Originally Posted by Jeffery View Post

    You may have 1M links, but if they aren't relevant to the page's content the backlinks result in little to no Google weight.


    Fixed that for you.
    Originally Posted by fastreplies View Post

    Thank you for helping me. In some way you might be right, but...
    What about sites that have no backlinks like technical, academia
    and all sorts of sites that catering to specific group of people who're
    strictly users and never share info with others (maybe via email)?
    Google does not rank websites. Rather, Google ranks pages on websites. And since Google does not make public the "rank" for those pages on those websites we can only explore the placement of those pages (not websites) in the Google SERPs. Hope that make sense.

    Originally Posted by fastreplies View Post

    Why are those sites on top of SERP based on nothing else but
    on keywords and content?



    fastreplies
    As you know, Google 2019/2020 ignores keywords in the Meta and will determine the page Meta. That is to say that Google may use the keywords you place in the Meta and may not.

    When pages, without backlinks are placed higher in the SERPs compared to pages that have backlinks there are three prime factors that must be considered:

    1. Google Friendly Website aka Website Authority (Not Domain Authority)
    and
    2. Google Friendly Backlinks, i.e. the backlinks are from Google Friendly Pages.
    and
    3. Google Friendly Content.

    Plus, there are over 200 other factors why Google does what it does, so it is not limited to the three prime factors.

    Tip: When it comes down to why one site ranks higher in the SERPs compared to another site you have to factually consider the source.

    Not saying Google is perfect - what I am saying is Google is going to do everything Google's way - and we as Webmasters/SEOers/Digital Marketers (whatever we are calling ourselves these days) would fare better when we do it Google's way.

    Now of course if you do not use Google Tools and only rely on AWStats and Webalizer as you stated in this thread today then - why would you ask?
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    • Profile picture of the author fastreplies
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      Originally Posted by Jeffery View Post

      Google does not rank websites. Rather, Google ranks pages on websites. And since Google does not make public the "rank" for those pages on those websites we can only explore the placement of those pages (not websites) in the Google SERPs. Hope that make sense?
      To be technical G. ranks content and not sites and /or pages.

      It still doesn't explain why sites never meant to be on top in SERP
      sometimes with generic Title such as Subject HVC774-008 with
      purely scientific content directed at small auditory and uses very
      narrow application with no or a few backlinks G.places on page #1

      Is it possible because never promoted or even red by SEOs content
      initially has been printed in scientific periodicals?



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      • Profile picture of the author Jeffery
        Originally Posted by Jeffery View Post

        Google does not rank websites. Rather, Google ranks pages on websites. And since Google does not make public the "rank" for those pages on those websites we can only explore the placement of those pages (not websites) in the Google SERPs. Hope that make sense.

        Originally Posted by fastreplies View Post

        To be technical G. ranks content and not sites and /or pages.
        To be technical content is only one ranking factor of the page. That is why Google ranks pages - not websites.


        Originally Posted by Jeffery View Post

        It still doesn't explain why sites never meant to be on top in SERP sometimes with generic Title such as Subject HVC774-008 with purely scientific content directed at small auditory and uses very
        narrow application with no or a few backlinks G.places on page #1

        Is it possible because never promoted or even red by SEOs content
        initially has been printed in scientific periodicals?



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        fastreplies
        Again, there are over 200 ranking factors per page. Important Google ranking factors in 2020 (not in any specific order):
        • Page SSL Certificate.
        • Mobile Friendly version of the page.
        • Page Loading Speed.
        • Page Bounce Rate.
        • Page Dwell Time.
        • Page's content quality matches what the user is searching for.
        • Page's Backlinks (Google friendly vs. so-called Bad Neighborhood) vs. Referring domains.
        • Organic click-through-rate.

        I have a feeling that you do not understand that Google ranks pages and content is only one of the over 200 ranking factors of the page.
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        • Profile picture of the author fastreplies
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          Originally Posted by Jeffery View Post

          To be technical content is only one ranking factor of the page. That is why Google ranks pages - not websites.
          Let me try again - Content is the only factor
          Why is that? Well, because if you create site with 1000 blank pages, I will bet
          you will be spending the rest of your life trying to rank your content-less pages.

          Ah, but what about backlinks, you're asking. G. will rank my "pages" and
          I will be getting traffic to my "content-less" pages which proves that backlinks
          something that working, so forget Content, lets please G. and build backlinks


          Originally Posted by Jeffery View Post

          Again, there are over 200 ranking factors per page. Important Google ranking factors in 2020 (not in any specific order):
          Right, that would be the ranking reasoning behind Matt's explanation made
          10+ years ago to satisfy SEO community and to justify Page Ranking scam.

          But I'm not talking about what you are referring commercial or sites build to
          cater to multitude of general online consumers who are searching for made
          in China goods thus required some sort of order that G. is trying to control,
          whereas I'm talking about "purely scientific content directed at small
          auditory and uses very narrow application"


          Originally Posted by Jeffery View Post

          I have a feeling that you do not understand that Google ranks pages and content is only one of the over 200 ranking factors of the page.
          Like your sense of humor.



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          • Profile picture of the author Jeffery
            Originally Posted by fastreplies View Post

            Let me try again - Content is the only factor
            Why is that? Well, because if you create site with 1000 blank pages, I will bet
            you will be spending the rest of your life trying to rank your content-less pages.
            No, Google would eventually de-index the blank pages.

            Originally Posted by fastreplies View Post

            Ah, but what about backlinks,

            Google would eventually tag any backlinks as SPAM or not Google friendly.

            Originally Posted by fastreplies View Post

            Ah, but what about backlinks, you're asking. G. will rank my "pages" and
            I will be getting traffic to my "content-less" pages which proves that backlinks
            something that working, so forget Content, lets please G. and build backlinks
            No, Google would eventually de-index the blank pages and tag the backlinks as SPAM or not Google friendly, so there will be no traffic to the blank pages from the SERPs because the blank pages will not exist in the SERPs.

            Originally Posted by fastreplies View Post

            Right, that would be the ranking reasoning behind Matt's explanation made made 10+ years ago to satisfy SEO community and to justify Page Ranking scam.
            Google SEO is always changing, so what was factual 10+ years ago may not be factual 10+ minutes ago.

            Originally Posted by fastreplies View Post

            But I'm not talking about what you are referring commercial or sites build to cater to multitude of general online consumers who are searching for made
            in China goods thus required some sort of order that G. is trying to control,
            I never referred to commercial sites, etc., so again I have no idea of what you are referring to. Maybe you are confusing it with something you are discussing in a different thread with a different person?

            Originally Posted by fastreplies View Post

            whereas I'm talking about "purely scientific content directed at small
            auditory and uses very narrow application"
            Maybe we are on different wave lengths because I have already explained it and you are not able to understand the explanation.

            Originally Posted by Jeffery

            I have a feeling that you do not understand that Google ranks pages and content is only one of the over 200 ranking factors of the page.
            Originally Posted by fastreplies View Post

            Like your sense of humor.



            fastreplies
            I was being factual - not humorous. Maybe this is better..

            "I have a feeling that you do not understand that Google ranks pages and content is only one of the over 200 cumulative ranking factors of the page."

            You seem to focus on only one ranking factor when in fact it is an accumulation of over 200 ranking factors.
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            • Profile picture of the author fastreplies
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              Originally Posted by Jeffery View Post

              No, Google would eventually de-index the blank pages.


              Google would eventually tag any backlinks as SPAM or not Google friendly.



              No, Google would eventually de-index the blank pages and tag the backlinks as SPAM or not Google friendly, so there will be no traffic to the blank pages from the SERPs because the blank pages will not exist in the SERPs.


              Google SEO is always changing, so what was factual 10+ years ago may not be factual 10+ minutes ago.


              I never referred to commercial sites, etc., so again I have no idea of what you are referring to. Maybe you are confusing it with something you are discussing in a different thread with a different person?


              Maybe we are on different wave lengths because I have already explained it and you are not able to understand the explanation.


              I was being factual - not humorous. Maybe this is better..

              "I have a feeling that you do not understand that Google ranks pages and content is only one of the over 200 cumulative ranking factors of the page."

              You seem to focus on only one ranking factor when in fact it is an accumulation of over 200 ranking factors.
              As I've said, I like your sense of humor.



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  • Profile picture of the author cbpayne
    Originally Posted by Escale Solutions View Post

    I want to rank a particular keyword on Google but all my efforts are going in vain. The keyword is this one: "web development services in Delhi".
    To start with, the word "Delhi" is not even mentioned on your website!!!!
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  • Profile picture of the author Maria hamid
    Well, it depends upon the quality of the backlinks that you have and also being ranked on Google is not an easy job. It can take years.
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    • Profile picture of the author DABK
      The first one is a good answer when you do not know that they're not ranking after building a bunch of links. Since you do know they have been building backlinks (says so in the original post), there is no it depends: the links built are crap. The onpage SEO probably too. And keyword selection too.



      The second part is technically true, but you'd have to be an idiot or the Bank of America (i.e., deep pockets and the keywords very profitable) to spend years trying to make it to page 1.


      If you're in the business of making money, you should be ranking in a few days to a couple of months for most keywords you go after.



      Originally Posted by Maria hamid View Post

      Well, it depends upon the quality of the backlinks that you have and also being ranked on Google is not an easy job. It can take years.
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  • Profile picture of the author AlexWilliams0
    Indeed, link-building is very important for your website's ranking, but you should consider other strategies too. SEO is much more efficient if you focus on content optimization, keywords, and others. And also, three months is too short when it comes to SEO, the results come in time. At this point, I'm working with a company that provides seo services sunshine coast, and we've been doing SEO for a few months only. I'm fully aware that the results will be visible later, and this is similar to your case.
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  • Profile picture of the author Enamulhaque2
    its totally depends on your good content and High DA web link.
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    • Profile picture of the author fastreplies
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      Originally Posted by Enamulhaque2 View Post

      its totally depends on your good content and High DA web link.
      What about "bad content"?
      And how G. knows which content is good and which is bad?
      For example: content about condoms would be good or bad?

      What about Low DA backlinks?
      Are they counted by somebody and if yes then by whom and if not, then why not?



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      • Profile picture of the author Jeffery
        Originally Posted by fastreplies View Post

        What about "bad content"?
        And how G. knows which content is good and which is bad?
        For example: content about condoms would be good or bad?

        Google Friendly backlinks from Google Friendly websites
        and
        Bounce rate


        Originally Posted by fastreplies View Post

        What about Low DA backlinks?
        Are they counted by somebody and if yes then by whom and if not, then why not?



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        Spot-on
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        • Profile picture of the author DABK
          Meh. My sink starts leaking at 10PM on a Saturday night. First site that says, 24-hour plumbing service and a phone number is my site. I don't spend a lot of time on that site, just enough to get the number.


          In my area, the site can be on page 1 of google with backlinks from directories, friendly and not friendly, and 24-hour plumbing service on for the page title.


          And, by the way, 24-hour plumbing service, call xxx-xxx-xxxx and nothing else on the page is good content for me. They throw in a review, or wording to the effect that they've got good one on yelp, and it's great content.



          Originally Posted by Jeffery View Post

          Google Friendly backlinks from Google Friendly websites
          and
          Bounce rate
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  • Profile picture of the author Subho D
    It's a time taking process. Only link-building will never help you to improve your ranking. It would be best if you focus on your on-page SEO too. Quality and proper SEO content are also important to get an appropriate ranking. As you have done few link building so analyse your all links properly. Only relevant "Do-Follow" backlink will help you to improve your ranking.
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    • Profile picture of the author Jeffery
      Originally Posted by Subho D View Post

      It's a time taking process. Only link-building will never help you to improve your ranking. It would be best if you focus on your on-page SEO too. Quality and proper SEO content are also important to get an appropriate ranking. As you have done few link building so analyse your all links properly. Only relevant "Do-Follow" backlink will help you to improve your ranking.
      ^ Disregard ^

      Wrong on many levels.

      You need to learn how to write English before contributing to the Forum. I know what you are trying to say, but your saying it all wrong.
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  • Profile picture of the author pssajit
    It depend upon the quality of SEO that you have been engaged in. I suggest you do the off-page SEO as guest posts on blogs. This has better bang for bucks and faster results too.
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  • Profile picture of the author sophiamiller1
    Well, your content plays a crucial role in your ranking. How long people remain on your page tells google that your page is awesome.

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    • Profile picture of the author cbpayne
      Originally Posted by sophiamiller1 View Post

      Well, your content plays a crucial role in your ranking. How long people remain on your page tells google that your page is awesome.
      And how exactly does Google know how long people remain on a page?
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        Dontcha know? Google owns an Elf Village by the North Pole, right across the street from Santa's sweatshop. It's stuck one of these Elves equipped with the finest Swiss timers there are on a every site there is.



        The elf starts their timer as soon as a visitor lands on the site. When they leave the page, it stops the timer and makes a note of the time that elapsed on this little note pad they carry.



        At the end of their shift, all Elves turn in their note pads to their supervisors, who lodge all the times in Google's Big Book of Website Visit Length.


        (They call it a book but it's really one huge database on Cloud 9, just across the street from Heaven's Gate.)



        Originally Posted by cbpayne View Post

        And how exactly does Google know how long people remain on a page?
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    • Profile picture of the author cbpayne
      Originally Posted by Jeffery View Post

      Where is it claimed that Google can see how long a user stays on a site without GA?
      I was responding to this post:

      Originally Posted by sophiamiller1 View Post

      How long people remain on your page tells google that your page is awesome.
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  • Profile picture of the author xtrapunch
    For SEO ranking in your niche, you need these:
    1. Long-form content (say, a few thousand words) with your keywords
    2. Backlinks from quality websites (no cheap $5-10 for a link or $100 for 50 links)
    3. Website structure and usability
    4. Local SEO - for your city keyword
    5. Beat all your competitors, or at least all except 9. That's the only way you will have your website on Page #1.


    Update your SEO skills or hire an expert.
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  • Profile picture of the author TSultan
    it's depends on your quality backlink status . google help to rank high da pa site backlink
    and focus your keyword and quality article and must check your site for on page seo is good .hope so it will be work
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  • Profile picture of the author shuvoimtiaz
    Originally Posted by Escale Solutions View Post

    I'm doing SEO for my website Escale Solutions since June 2020 and it's almost 3 months but the results are not so positive.
    I want to rank a particular keyword on Google but all my efforts are going in vain. The keyword is this one: "web development services in Delhi".
    Can anybody advise me on this? Where I'm going wrong? Or this is a normal thing in SEO?
    First of all you can't expect much result within 3 months for a new website. As you are trying to rank for a local keyword, try to get some high quality backlinks from local business directories and get some citations. And before doing that, go back to your website fix your content, make it error free and do proper onpage optimization. You will definitely get some good results very soon.
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  • Profile picture of the author Jeffery
    Originally Posted by sophiamiller1 View Post

    Well, your content plays a crucial role in your ranking. How long people remain on your page tells google that your page is awesome.
    Originally Posted by cbpayne View Post

    And how exactly does Google know how long people remain on a page?
    Originally Posted by DABK View Post

    Dontcha know? Google owns an Elf Village by the North Pole, right across the street from Santa's sweatshop. It's stuck one of these Elves equipped with the finest Swiss timers there are on a every site there is.

    The elf starts their timer as soon as a visitor lands on the site. When they leave the page, it stops the timer and makes a note of the time that elapsed on this little note pad they carry.

    At the end of their shift, all Elves turn in their note pads to their supervisors, who lodge all the times in Google's Big Book of Website Visit Length.

    (They call it a book but it's really one huge database on Cloud 9, just across the street from Heaven's Gate.)
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  • Profile picture of the author Kay King
    But it does not know about me grabbing a sandwich

    Are you sure - some say google sees all, knows all.


    elves on each page, that can see you leaving your desk to grab a sandwich

    Unless you hide the sandwich - which won't work with peanut butter because the elves can smell PB like you wouldn't believe.
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  • Profile picture of the author Jeffery
    Originally Posted by cbpayne View Post

    So if a site does not have Google analytics, then how does Google know how long a user stays on a site, yet alone use that as a ranking factor as claimed above?
    Where is it claimed that Google can see how long a user stays on a site without GA?
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  • Profile picture of the author Jeffery
    Originally Posted by DABK View Post

    If I spend 30 seconds on this page, then go get a sandwich, combe back3 minutes later, click on a link that takes me away, Google knows that 3.5 minutes have passed between when I arrived and when I left. But it does not know about me grabbing a sandwich.

    So, it is not precise.
    No one claimed it is precise. The only things percise on the net is STD.

    Originally Posted by DABK View Post

    You need elves on each page, that can see you leaving your desk to grab a sandwich and make a note of that.
    Google probably hacked your web cam and that is how they know you grabbed a sandwich.
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    • Profile picture of the author DABK
      Nah, man. I've got my computer all wrapped in tin foil. I'm safe!!!!.


      Originally Posted by Jeffery View Post

      Google probably hacked your web cam and that is how they know you grabbed a sandwich.
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      • Profile picture of the author fastreplies
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        Originally Posted by DABK View Post

        Nah, man. I've got my computer all wrapped in tin foil. I'm safe!!!!.
        Ah, but what about your sandwich?
        Does it protected by refrigerator door or its on top of your PC
        waiting to be eaten by you or by....?



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        • Profile picture of the author DABK
          OMG, I forgot about the sandwich. I've got to get me more tin foil!


          Originally Posted by fastreplies View Post

          Ah, but what about your sandwich?
          Does it protected by refrigerator door or its on top of your PC
          waiting to be eaten by you or by....?



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  • Profile picture of the author MarLion
    It's alright, that does happen at first especially when you're just starting out. Try on looking at your backlinks, do you have enough?
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  • Don't expect results too early. You are at your begining stage. Read and follow expert of SEO and improve your content as possible as you can. It's your learning stage, try different things and soon you will understand which things works and which not.

    Also, check the level of your competitors. Your can only overrank from others if your content is atleast 10x better than theirs. Go and check their content first.
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  • Profile picture of the author DWolfe
    So as of today the O.P. has not been back since posting this thread. Guess he did not want to learn about tin foil or how google uses elves ;>)

    Escale Solutions is offline

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  • Profile picture of the author hyperjerkseo
    Make sure your on-page is good
    Create Better content
    Build Foundation links and don't forget to build them out with content
    Build niche related links
    Try using press release
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  • Profile picture of the author Naimur Rashid
    The websites you are backlinking to must be related to your website. And you have to Do Follow link building. Hope you get good results very soon.
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  • Profile picture of the author Medon
    Have you taken time to examine and evaluate your backlinking strategy? I suspect this is where the problem is so you need to do something about it.
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  • Profile picture of the author Jeffery
    Originally Posted by fastreplies View Post

    What about "bad content"?
    And how G. knows which content is good and which is bad?
    For example: content about condoms would be good or bad?


    What about Low DA backlinks?
    Are they counted by somebody and if yes then by whom and if not, then why not?



    fastreplies
    Originally Posted by Jeffery View Post

    Google Friendly backlinks from Google Friendly websites
    and
    Bounce rate

    Spot-on
    Originally Posted by DABK View Post

    Meh. My sink starts leaking at 10PM on a Saturday night. First site that says, 24-hour plumbing service and a phone number is my site. I don't spend a lot of time on that site, just enough to get the number.

    In my area, the site can be on page 1 of google with backlinks from directories, friendly and not friendly, and 24-hour plumbing service on for the page title.

    And, by the way, 24-hour plumbing service, call xxx-xxx-xxxx and nothing else on the page is good content for me. They throw in a review, or wording to the effect that they've got good one on yelp, and it's great content.
    Interesting, so, your condom broke and you called a plumber?
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  • Profile picture of the author teamhai
    3 Months is very short period of time to expect any positive results. If you are doing quality backlinks, continue the process you might see improvement in your ranking in the future.
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    • Profile picture of the author DABK
      3 months is too long to not get any results. The point is to make money... Why wait more than 3 months to do it?


      Originally Posted by teamhai View Post

      3 Months is very short period of time to expect any positive results. If you are doing quality backlinks, continue the process you might see improvement in your ranking in the future.
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    • Profile picture of the author Jeffery
      Originally Posted by ravikumarfront View Post

      Well, it totally depends on the High DA backlink and good content on your websites.
      Originally Posted by DABK View Post

      Backlinks do not have DA.
      DA is not relevant.
      So, no, it doesn't depend on the HighDA backlink.

      And it never depended on good content on your websites.

      It depended on how well you market that good content.
      True! I have personal sites with low quality content compared to other personal sites with high quality content and still make money with the low quality conetent sites.


      How...

      Relevant in-context links
      and
      Relevant in-context ads
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    • Profile picture of the author Devilfish168
      Try youtube
      and put your site
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  • Profile picture of the author bracknelson
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    These are few common reasons. Why you are not ranking in Google

    You don't create consistent content
    Your website is too slow
    Your site doesn't have a proper internal linking structure
    You don't have backlinks from authoritative websites
    While doing my research I came across this https://yoast.com/reasons-optimized-...t-doesnt-rank/ article which I found very helpful
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    • Profile picture of the author cbpayne
      Originally Posted by bracknelson View Post

      These are few common reasons. Why you are not ranking in Google

      You don't create consistent content
      Your website is too slow
      Your site doesn't have a proper internal linking structure
      You don't have backlinks from authoritative websites
      While doing my research I came across this https://yoast.com/reasons-optimized-...t-doesnt-rank/ article which I found very helpful
      Did you even bother to look at the site in question? Pretty obvious why they are not ranking for their expected keyword and NONE of those are the reason.
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  • Instead of making millions of shitty links. It's important to have niche relevant quality backlinks. Also, you should check whether your links are indexed or not. People are struggling to index their website these days.
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  • It depends on the quality of backlinks and quality f your content. Maybe you are not using quality content because this also stops a website from getting a better ranking.
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  • Profile picture of the author JohnConorX
    From my point of view, most of your content seems to be thin. You might want to work on that. Check on your competitors content. And you've allowed spam comments on your blog posts, it might make your site look kinda spammy too.
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  • Profile picture of the author mohammad umer
    make a best quality backlink and check the backlink in the google search engine the backlink is indexing and cache or not...the google search engine not show anything if you type a backlink query its mean your backlink not cached and also not work for keyword ranking.
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  • Profile picture of the author vpnyadav9
    its only 3 months and there is no grantee that by doing 3 month of Off page work you can rank any website in the 1st page.

    There are lots of factors to consider like-
    • How old your domain is
    • Keywords competitions
    • On page status of the website
    • Types of links you are creating (focus to earn quality links)
    • Cross check your keywords and make sure you are targeting correct one.
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  • Profile picture of the author rahulyadav790
    This is our experience with the term "SEO."

    That keyword is obviously important for us (which we discussed in our blog about increasing traffic more than 200%). At one point, though, our homepage couldn't be found for that term at all. We didn't do anything to the page to make it drop out of the rankings, it was just gone one day.
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  • Profile picture of the author ravikumarfront
    Well, it totally depends on the High DA backlink and good content on your websites.
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    • Profile picture of the author DABK
      Backlinks do not have DA.
      DA is not relevant.
      So, no, it doesn't depend on the HighDA backlink.


      And it never depended on good content on your websites.


      It depended on how well you market that good content.



      Originally Posted by ravikumarfront View Post

      Well, it totally depends on the High DA backlink and good content on your websites.
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      • Profile picture of the author fastreplies
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        Originally Posted by DABK View Post

        It depended on how well you market that good content.
        Ah, Market... the one and only that even children know must be
        corner stone of successful outcomes somehow ignored by so many.

        6 years old Jimmy and 5 years old Sarah asking grandma:
        "Granny, do you knows where little babies are coming from?"
        "Of course my littlest" granny said, "Stork brings newborn babies"
        Sarah turns to Jimmy and said:
        "Shell we tell old owl that babies are coming after mom and dad
        having sex or let her to die benighted?"



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  • Profile picture of the author ZuReviews
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  • Profile picture of the author SalimSheikh
    You should create high quality backlinks, & use high DA sites. If you are using spam sites it will affect your website ranking. So I suggest you to do quality work not quantity work. You can submit blogs to your websites & also can promote them. I t will be very helpful for you. And one more thing, don't forget to use keyword in your content. Best of luck
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  • Profile picture of the author qservicesinc
    To rank the keyword "web development services in delhi", you should add this on your targeted page as well. In short, you should recheck your onpage factors on your website and then work on the keyword.
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    • Profile picture of the author Jeffery
      Originally Posted by qservicesinc View Post

      To rank the keyword "web development services in delhi", you should add this on your targeted page as well. In short, you should recheck your onpage factors on your website and then work on the keyword.
      As long as the "meta description title" is attributed to the home page's header or footer by default the "meta description title" programmatically populates every page on the site that includes the header or footer.

      Also, this is wrong: "web development services in delhi"
      This is right: "web development services in Delhi, India"

      Tip: As long as the primary keyword phrase is in the header that populates all site pages we can then assign additional keywords for the inner pages (target pages).

      SEO wise, Google may or may not use the same keywords in the SERPs.

      The caveat is there is a lot more than that.
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  • Profile picture of the author marksmith121
    you should continue posting.3 months is not a big-time span. You should do PDF submission, Infographic, Image, Document, Social Bookmarking, Directory submission, forum submission, Article submission on regular basis.
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  • Profile picture of the author Amirsohel12
    Link-building is long process sometime some links registered even in 6 months or a year and there are a lot of factor on on-page seo & off-page seo that matter like quality of backlinks and loading speed of your webiste.
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  • Profile picture of the author Aileen Joy
    It depends on the backlinks are not deep for your website
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  • Profile picture of the author mohammad umer
    you just focus on your referral traffic and create a quality backlink.
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  • Profile picture of the author koolstories
    This is a common question of most people who are new to the digital marketing space. Ranking your website is not easy. For this you need to show yourself as an industry driver and put in relevant content that ranks. You must also focus on the UI/UX experience of the user.

    thanks
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  • Profile picture of the author TGTG social
    What are the Link Building Strategies your following?
    I suggest the following:-
    1. Guest Blogging
    1. Article Submission on authoritative site (Not Content Syndication)
      1. Business Listing
      2. LocalClassified Ads
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  • Profile picture of the author StarBoi :3
    There can be hundreds of related factors to it.
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  • Profile picture of the author seobusinesscom
    Doing SEO in just 3 months, it is the very short time to see your positive results. In terms of SEO, it is long term process. However, correctly optimize your particular landing page and make sure that page is indexed by Search Engines. After optimization, then generate backlinks that are high quality and do-follow.. Finally, wait some time, see your good results.
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  • Profile picture of the author itsmohiit
    Well, the first and most harmless reason is that Google hasn't yet had time to index your new page. If you just created your page, then give it a bit of time before searching for yourself in the results. But this might be happening because you accidentally blocked Google from crawling your website.
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  • Profile picture of the author Teright03
    The solution is simple:

    Change the introduction of your article to a more attractive and interesting one.

    Lead with Benefit and Curiosity in the first 25% of your article. If your content is 1000 words, the first 250 words should be compelling.

    Something that always works for me:
    1. Start with a question that calls out to your audience
    2. Answer with something the reader can expect
    3. Then turn it around, say something unexpected or novel
    Then, the content of your article.

    Just change the introduction, you don't have to rewrite everything.

    Content is king!
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    • Profile picture of the author DABK
      None of that worked for you to get a page indexed.

      By the way, if your content is 1000 words and only the first 250 are compelling, you're creating a lot of waste.
      Originally Posted by Teright03 View Post

      The solution is simple:

      Change the introduction of your article to a more attractive and interesting one.

      Lead with Benefit and Curiosity in the first 25% of your article. If your content is 1000 words, the first 250 words should be compelling.

      Something that always works for me:
      1. Start with a question that calls out to your audience
      2. Answer with something the reader can expect
      3. Then turn it around, say something unexpected or novel
      Then, the content of your article.

      Just change the introduction, you don't have to rewrite everything.

      Content is king!
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      • Profile picture of the author Teright03
        Disclaimer. I guess the problem is that the website has posts indexed but not on the first page.

        If you've written 20 articles (or any other number) and none of them rank higher and you've still done excellent SEO, then either the content is bad or because it's a young site.

        And it's easier to rewrite the introduction of each article than to rewrite each of the articles. Forget 25%, maybe 15% or 10% is better, but a better introduction allows you to test your posts. After all, you want data to see what kind of content you have to create.

        Content is king!
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  • Profile picture of the author semreseller
    1. There is no doubt that backlinks play an important role in ranking websites for certain key phrases. Building backlink for keywords matters most when you use valuable content with a high PA & DA website.
    2. Make sure your website link gets indexed by search engines, which make assure your content and backlinks come to the play.
    3. Use a business niche website for the backlink process could help your website gain more authority.
    4. Don't use copied content or use the content for your link building approach.
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  • Profile picture of the author Angelina Gil
    After you gain backlink from a website, you cannot see direct effect like increase in its ranking. Because, link-building and SEO both are a long term process.
    To rank a particular keyword, you need to gain many good quality links for it, else all efforts go in vain.

    Thank you.
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    • Profile picture of the author DABK
      Wrong. Get 1 link from the homepage of Bank of America or Yahoo.com and you would get a huge jump.


      Get 1 link from a page with 10 good links of its own (internal or external), and in for many keywords, you go from 67 to 8 or from 8 to 2.


      In the space of a few days!



      SEO is always a long game if you do not know what you are doing or you do not have sufficient resources.


      Originally Posted by Angelina Gil View Post

      After you gain backlink from a website, you cannot see direct effect like increase in its ranking. Because, link-building and SEO both are a long term process.
      To rank a particular keyword, you need to gain many good quality links for it, else all efforts go in vain.

      Thank you.
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  • Profile picture of the author Amankhan25
    Okay, so there can be many reasons that your website ranking is not improving. So here are the few major points that you need to understand:

    1. Quality of backlinks matters a lot, make sure you check DA (Domain Authority), PA (Page authority), and spam score of the website where you make your backlinks.

    2. Quality of content is equally important to the quality of your backlinks, make sure your content is fresh, unique, up to date, and correct. Content length should be fair and must be rich media content.

    3. Check if your content is getting indexed or not, if it is not getting indexed then you must request it manually using google search central (google webmaster).

    4. 3 months can be less, How much time a keyword is going to take to improve website rank depends on the competition of the keyword. you can check it for free by using any top SEO tool.


    Edit by Moderator: Do not ask for 'thanks' in posts



    Good luck!
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  • Profile picture of the author parmarjeet
    SEO should be a perfect combination of Keyword research + quality backlinks + strategy + quality indexing + drip-feeding + content used. If you messed up with any of these, results can be none of even negative.

    Now before you keep doing the same thing again and again, do some research and find some proper strategy or SEO expert.
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  • Profile picture of the author mohammad umer
    depending on your backlink Link quality....make a perfect Backlink on those website which high DA/PA and make sure that your Backlink Link will be not be Lost,
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  • Profile picture of the author cowolter
    Use a tool like Ahrefs to analyse competitor back links, I found that gave me lots of ideas of which back links to reach out for. If your competitor has got one on a particular site it's likely you can also.
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  • Profile picture of the author gauravcs
    There are many factors which are important to get ranked your keywords, link building is one of the factors. So focus on other factors as well or also check link quality and indexing status.
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  • Profile picture of the author farhadgul
    Choose high DA sites and related backlinks. And do not do the same work, one day, forum, another day commenting, as series wise.
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    • Profile picture of the author cbpayne
      Originally Posted by farhadgul View Post

      Choose high DA sites and related backlinks. And do not do the same work, one day, forum, another day commenting, as series wise.
      Did you even look at the site in question and see why it is not ranking for the keyword they want? Care to explain how your advice will actually help based on that?
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  • Profile picture of the author Amrit Sahay
    Hi there are certain Keywords which already high competitive websites are using and are ranking on it so maybe that's why its not getting ranked. so try for review sections in google my business and grab as much reviews for the site for particular region. it's one aspect to rank up the website a bit.

    Also try to introduce more contextual content by providing a outbound link to other specific resources as it can help the crawlers to determine the content and can rank up for the topic as well.
    Try for infographics based content as most of the impression are created by visuals and facts. Join different sorts of digital marketing forums and provide easy solutions to the respective clients... this will help to rank up the site further.

    Try to aim for redressing the issues faced by people around in social media or in other forums etc related to web development topics.
    try to use business listing sites as well. you may find business listing sites are mostly searched in google for the line of business you have. Thus may help in ranking up a bit as well.
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  • Profile picture of the author mydigitalsketch
    You need to focus on Content Quality & quality backlinks for your website.

    Three months is a very small period. But that said you need to concentrate on the quality of links & niche.
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