My backlink results and tips - two weeks - first page on 16+ top keywords for my niche

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Ok guys, here is my SEO Report for my last project. I had a brand new URL, not indexed at all and in two weeks i was on the first page for over 16 Top keywords for my niche which is "Bartering" and am still moving up in the serps. Here are the keys to my success.

1. Link Variation - Built various types of links and lots of them.

2. Link Quantity - Bought a monthly plan from backlinkteam and had them build over 18,000 links over the first two weeks.

3. Link Pace - We are still building lots of high quality manual backlinks to account for link attrition.

4. Anchor Text - every link backlinkteam created included anchor text using the keywords i was wanting to get ranked on.

5. Keyword Variation - Must use lots of keyword variation but be sure to build enough links with each variation to make sure you show up in the serps for those keywords.

6. Do competitor research - this is vital to making sure you get more backlinks than your competition and better quality links.

Hope these tips help
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  • Profile picture of the author tpw
    All are good tips, but I think the one most important that most webmasters foul up is #1 Link Variation. Also #5 - Keyword Variation.

    Google is looking for organic links, and if you don't vary links or keywords, it looks unnatural to Google, which may trigger some red flags in Google's algorithms.
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    • Profile picture of the author thomarv29
      Originally Posted by tpw View Post

      All are good tips, but I think the one most important that most webmasters foul up is #1 Link Variation. Also #5 - Keyword Variation.

      Google is looking for organic links, and if you don't vary links or keywords, it looks unnatural to Google, which may trigger some red flags in Google's algorithms.
      your absolutely right, link and keyword variation are vital to not tripping the Google Flag Sensors lol
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    • Profile picture of the author halfpoint
      Originally Posted by tpw View Post

      All are good tips, but I think the one most important that most webmasters foul up is #1 Link Variation. Also #5 - Keyword Variation.

      Google is looking for organic links, and if you don't vary links or keywords, it looks unnatural to Google, which may trigger some red flags in Google's algorithms.
      This is something I see getting spoken about constantly, however, I have never seen any proof what so ever that it's true.

      In fact, I get the best results from posting my links with nothing but anchor text of the 1 keyword I'm trying to rank for.

      You're wasting your time varying your anchor text to try and stay "natural", in my opinion.
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      • I agree about link consistency, don't create 5k links in a week and then do nothing for a month...and definitely link to lots of your inner pages as well.

        Linkbuilding is really something that should be outsourced, and while there are quite a few services out there that do that, I didn't find a lot of them to be worth it. So far, forum profiles, and lots of them, worked best for me.
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    • Profile picture of the author JamesMSpacey
      Originally Posted by tpw View Post

      All are good tips, but I think the one most important that most webmasters foul up is #1 Link Variation. Also #5 - Keyword Variation.

      Google is looking for organic links, and if you don't vary links or keywords, it looks unnatural to Google, which may trigger some red flags in Google's algorithms.
      There's more to it than just 'looking natural'. Google uses a highly complex algorithm that uses latent semantic indexing (LSI) as one of it's variables. What this means is that the algorithm looks for sites that are relevant for related phrases and aren't overly targeted. It actually hurts your rankings to be too targeted.
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  • Profile picture of the author jesus72knight
    Great tips you've got there. People who are new to SEO may take this as a guide but there is one thing that I'm not doing.. I don't buy links. I just make it naturally.
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    • Profile picture of the author thomarv29
      Originally Posted by jesus72knight View Post

      Great tips you've got there. People who are new to SEO may take this as a guide but there is one thing that I'm not doing.. I don't buy links. I just make it naturally.
      I used to do a lot of my own links but then i started getting carpel tunnel lol, and im kind of lazy so backlinkteam or ODesk are lifesavers lol, I also like getting lots of manual High PR Links as well as the traffic i get from the blog and forum commenting which gives us about 400-600 visitors a day alone.
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    • Profile picture of the author Trapped
      Originally Posted by jesus72knight View Post

      Great tips you've got there. People who are new to SEO may take this as a guide but there is one thing that I'm not doing.. I don't buy links. I just make it naturally.
      links are not potato's in your yard, you don't make them naturally .. you either "aim" (read link bait) for them or you "artificially" build them...it's not that only the ones you buy are not natural links...

      Not trying to be harsh, just clarifying..
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  • Profile picture of the author MichaelAppleton
    Nice little bunch of tips there tomarv29.

    I agree with tpw in regards to the link variation being the most important factor. I also try and mix up my social bookmarking links. If I have say 5 new pages on a website I vary which social websites I submit to and build around 3/5 links per day. Eventually I will submit to around 13 social websites but leave around 3 out on every page I submit, just to not make it so obivious to Google and make the links look more natural.
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  • Profile picture of the author dadamson
    Originally Posted by thomarv29 View Post

    Ok guys, here is my SEO Report for my last project. I had a brand new URL, not indexed at all and in two weeks i was on the first page for over 16 Top keywords for my niche which is "Bartering" and am still moving up in the serps. Here are the keys to my success.
    Great tips! I must reiterate how important CONSISTENCY is!

    Definitely build a monthly plan for your links. If you create loads one month and then not many for a few months you will soon see yourself go round in circles.

    Building momentum is very important to your success.
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  • Profile picture of the author powerspike
    Just another tip, if you are going to outsource your links, as stated - deep linking is a most, just give the link builders your inner pages (which should all be linked to your homepage anyway) and a few keywords per page, and do the front page linking yourself, this way you'll end up getting better results.
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  • Profile picture of the author rahulbatra
    I also prefer to use link variation on different anchor text and making links of different pages on different keywords is the best way.
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  • Profile picture of the author Melvolio
    Nice going.

    It's lovely to see yet another person dispelling the urban myths of IM. In this case the 'Don't build too many links all at once, especially not on a new domain. Magic Google will find out and punish you.' fallacy.

    18k links in 2 weeks. Superb.
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    • Profile picture of the author thomarv29
      Originally Posted by Melvolio View Post

      Nice going.

      It's lovely to see yet another person dispelling the urban myths of IM. In this case the 'Don't build too many links all at once, especially not on a new domain. Magic Google will find out and punish you.' fallacy.

      18k links in 2 weeks. Superb.
      Thanks, I dont know who perpetuates these myths but they are pretty funny sometimes.
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  • Profile picture of the author Branlan17
    Just wondering, where is this backlinkteam you speak of? I do a lot of my own SEO but outsourcing bulk amounts of linking is a welcomed break : )
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    • Profile picture of the author thomarv29
      Originally Posted by Branlan17 View Post

      Just wondering, where is this backlinkteam you speak of? I do a lot of my own SEO but outsourcing bulk amounts of linking is a welcomed break : )
      the site is www.backlinkteam.com and yeah, its nice not having to do all that tedious work anymore lol. I love watching my sites rise in the serps and take over my competitors lol
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  • Profile picture of the author EamonnTurley
    Buying links is far too risky. content and more content and posting on forums will work and more important will last
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    • Profile picture of the author thomarv29
      Originally Posted by EamonnTurley View Post

      Buying links is far too risky. content and more content and posting on forums will work and more important will last
      The good thing with backlinkteam is that they only build manual links with an outsourced team, they also use a lot of keyword and link variation so the links look very natural to Google.
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  • Profile picture of the author Computers
    Yes. Content is very important. If your content good then you will have many keyword.
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