My SEO result after 1st week on .info domain

by DeusX
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hey all!
I've build a site on .info domain on a competitive niche (health/fitness) and for my main - most competitive keyword (5.6mil broad results) and after a week my site is on 17th page (176 place to be exact). I've implement well known methods (bookmarks,articles etc).so far have only 6 articles on my site (100% unique, each one targeting diff keyword)

so, how do do You think, is it a good score?
#1st #domain #info #result #seo #week
  • Profile picture of the author ProdigyMike
    Sounds great so far, keep pushin'. I'm curious to see what week 2 looks like.
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  • Profile picture of the author razorhound
    It's too soon to tell imo, at least give it a month.
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  • Profile picture of the author JerrickYeoh
    it will bring you a good motivation if you able to see the result now.
    But yet it too early to happy with it, what most concern for new website is check on the Google PR. After few month, you may check once Google PR update. That most important to you.
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  • Profile picture of the author Tuffy22
    It's still early on, but for a competitive niche like that, it has to feel good. Have a strategy, stick to it, and keep chipping away. Get it!
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  • Profile picture of the author gman0156
    that's great, good experiment. I got .info long time ago and give it up already.
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  • Profile picture of the author MarkSherris
    .info.... .com.... .net - they will all rank, it really doesn't matter which one you go for, the only benefit of .com over others like .info is that they look more attractive and people are potentially more likely to click on them.
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    • Profile picture of the author terryd
      I don't agree with that statement at all. I struggle to find .info domains that rank for competitive terms and the only benefit of a .com is that they look more attractive? :confused:

      There is a reason some people only use .com, .net and .org.... I would never use a .info myself.

      Originally Posted by MarkSherris View Post

      .info.... .com.... .net - they will all rank, it really doesn't matter which one you go for, the only benefit of .com over others like .info is that they look more attractive and people are potentially more likely to click on them.
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      • Profile picture of the author Craig McPherson
        Originally Posted by terryd View Post

        I struggle to find .info domains that rank for competitive terms.
        I found one.

        Type in

        free money making website

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        • Profile picture of the author terryd
          Originally Posted by Craig McPherson View Post

          I found one.

          Type in

          free money making website

          Looks a bit shady that site.....

          In general though I do find it a lot harder to come across .info domains in the top search rankings. I know for every niche I'm in there are no .info's to be found anywhere and i'm not sure that the original poster will succeed in ranking his domain....
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          • Profile picture of the author Craig McPherson
            Originally Posted by terryd View Post

            Looks a bit shady that site.....
            The site is fine Terry, not sure about the bloke running it tho

            Originally Posted by terryd View Post

            In general though I do find it a lot harder to come across .info domains in the top search rankings.
            I agree Terry. You are spot on. They are the exception rather than the rule for sure.

            Cheers mate

            Craig
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            • Profile picture of the author guitarjosh
              Originally Posted by Craig McPherson View Post


              I agree Terry. You are spot on. They are the exception rather than the rule for sure.


              Craig
              They're only the exception because the myth that .infos don't rank as well has been perpetuated for years ... mostly by internet marketers, so there's probably a 100/1 .com/.info ratio for every niche (probably far greater).

              I can tell anyone for a fact that any .info will rank every bit as well as a .com. It matter not in the least.
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  • Profile picture of the author redtaksaka
    I had stopped looking competition from the search numbers sometimes ago. I measure my competition by looking "who" are on top 10. How old their domains are? How many backlinks they have? Are the backlinks in good quality? Are they specifically aftering the same keyword phrase as me? Just basic questions. The answer of that question, will give me the slightest idea of your .info odds to get to page one.

    Search numbers give me the possibility of revenue stream, not the competition.
    But, if so far your site moving forward, just keep doing what you've been doing so far. I cheer on you mate. Good luck
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    • Profile picture of the author Aldiyar1
      At this time it is difficult to say anything. What I have faced before Google has so called ranking waves. My sites sometime were on 2 or 3rd page but after some time they totally disappeared (sandboxed) and after a months or so they got back but with lower positions. So, you should wait...
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    Best of Luck bro... while its not that easy to rank for a competitive keyword
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  • Profile picture of the author Aldiyar1
    Also, for everybody - Google ranks .co domains as .com. I have seen sites that ranked 1st page for competitive keywords with .co domains. But, seems people didn't get that yet. ))
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  • Profile picture of the author Aldiyar1
    He is quote for .co domains

    ...While the .co domain is still assigned to Colombia at the moment, a Google spokesperson said that would soon change. “We will rank .co domains appropriately if the content is globally targeted. Webmasters will soon have the functionality to be able to specify this by using the geotargeting options in Google Webmaster Tools.”...
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  • Profile picture of the author brendan9971
    really interesting article will stay up to date with this!!
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  • Profile picture of the author yoyoedward
    it is considered as a good result but initially since you are on 17th result
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  • Profile picture of the author DeusX
    okay today my page moved to 11th page
    but
    it's not my main page but, one of my articles on page, my main page is on 34th , it's strange because this article is targeting different keyword (density 3.3%),
    why is that?
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  • Profile picture of the author Ross Petal
    That's cool Krist.

    It goes to show that you can buy a cheap info domain for $1 or a bit more and get results.

    I hope you have more success with that keyword rich info domain.

    Do you think people searching for stuff prefer or trust .com websites more than .info or .net websites? That's the only thing bothering me.

    Please let me have your views?
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    • Profile picture of the author NicSennen
      I don't think the average person searching for something pays any attention at all to the TLD - it's only business people and marketers that notice IMO

      I have .com .net .co.uk and .info domains, once the site has a bit of age behind it 2-3 years it doesn't seem to make any difference at all.

      Originally Posted by ross007 View Post

      That's cool Krist.

      It goes to show that you can buy a cheap info domain for $1 or a bit more and get results.

      I hope you have more success with that keyword rich info domain.

      Do you think people searching for stuff prefer or trust .com websites more than .info or .net websites? That's the only thing bothering me.

      Please let me have your views?
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  • Profile picture of the author skymatrix
    I do not agree with that statement at all.
    I done a lot search to find .info domains that rank for competitive terms
    and the only benefit of a .com is that they look so good......
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  • Profile picture of the author Duc
    I have some .info sites and .com sites.
    What I see is that .info sites tend to rank slower. But in the end if you have high quality. They both rank the same.
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    • Profile picture of the author Ross Petal
      Thanks NicSennen and others for your views.

      Your right, for an average it doesn't matter whether it is an .info or .com domain. I was looking at it from an IM view.

      I might start using .info from now on, especially if it relates to IM.

      The other thing I recently saw was a friend of mine using .net to advertise his watch repairs shop in the UK. I totally disagreed with him and suggested getting a co.uk as his customers would mainly be from the UK. So I think we should think about your audiences and the business model when deciding which ones to purchase.
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  • Profile picture of the author ezinedomain
    from my experience
    .info domains cannot get page 1 except after one year at least of contious backlinks building, however you have the main niche keyword
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    • Profile picture of the author MikeFriedman
      Originally Posted by ezinedomain View Post

      from my experience
      .info domains cannot get page 1 except after one year at least of contious backlinks building, however you have the main niche keyword

      That has to do with the keywords you are targeting. It has nothing to do with the TLD.
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      • Profile picture of the author John Romaine
        Originally Posted by MikeFriedman View Post

        That has to do with the keywords you are targeting. It has nothing to do with the TLD.
        Speculation and assumptions make the world go round Mike
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    • Profile picture of the author JSProjects
      Originally Posted by ezinedomain View Post

      from my experience
      .info domains cannot get page 1 except after one year at least of contious backlinks building, however you have the main niche keyword
      Not my experience at all. .info domains rank just fine. Page 1 is just as possible as if you had a .com, .net, etc.
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      • Profile picture of the author jefkas
        Originally Posted by JSProjects View Post

        Not my experience at all. .info domains rank just fine. Page 1 is just as possible as if you had a .com, .net, etc.
        Absolutely correct.
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  • Profile picture of the author DeusX
    Yeah I think for the most of the customers it doesn't matter is it .com .net or .info , I was asking few of my friedns and none of them are paying attention for domain extension.
    and btw, I've bought it for 0.99$ + 1 year free privacy
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  • micro sites with little contents are not good for SEO, however it seems to get in a good place in Google suddenly it'll fall, because nowadays Google is giving first preference to the sites which is have good look (I mean the designing) and having inner pages, and have huge number of contents. My point is to design your website by adding plugins and some more features, It'll be helpful you to reach your goal.

    Any Comments welcome,.

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  • Profile picture of the author Jeremy Banks
    Good luck but you are fighting an uphill battle. With a niche that competitive I would have gone for a brandable .com name rather than a keyword rich .info. Google says all the TLD's are treated the same but I think they put a bit of a spam flag on .info's
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    • Profile picture of the author Aussie_Al
      Nice work mate and I look forward to following your progress

      Try not to spend to much time (right now) on tracking your rankings and just set up a solid back linking strategy and keep at it

      Consistency is the key here.

      Even in the first year Google can bounce your site around a bit - seems to level out after that

      Don't worry about all the people who say you can't rank .infos at #1

      There have been plenty of threads on proving once and for all that .info with the right backlinking campaign can just as easily rank #1 for your key words

      Just keep building, keep looking forward and we will see you at #1!
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  • Profile picture of the author DeusX
    Thank All for Your Comments,
    I will be updating this thread with my results.

    SEO is cool =P
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  • Profile picture of the author id307153
    I don't think info or com net org will be rank same way. Because I had a domain info . After I added in webmaster tool. I got mail they said don't be spam in this info domain
    I now I can not find it in google
    Last time I saw in pages 5
    I still build backlinks in it. But it hard to get one.
    Is this because of info or because of new domain.
    I just do blog comment backlinks
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  • Profile picture of the author SillyGinger
    Good work. Keep up the pace and you'll be listed on the first page in no time. Let us know where your at in a month or two.
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  • Profile picture of the author mrnobody
    Nice results, keep on building links now
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  • Profile picture of the author dagaul101
    Some would argue that .info domains are harder to rank than others, but some would say as long as you focus on high PR and authority sites you will rank, but since the niche is competive it may take some time to see results
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  • Profile picture of the author StoneWilson
    Yes, new website's rank on Google often isn't very stable. Keep updating and tell us the result after a month or two.
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  • Profile picture of the author vilroot
    you should write ebook and sell here
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  • Profile picture of the author white5
    Interesting, waiting for it to achieve top10.
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  • Profile picture of the author thegotoguy
    It doesn't matter what domain name you choose as far as the .com .org .info They all have the ability to be "Indexed" the same. That's not to say some searchers don't prefer a .com over a .org or .info and I have no proof of that. I personally don't care when I'm searching for something.

    I suggest looking at the source code of the sites listed at the top ten for your main key words and keyphrases on google. See what their meta descriptions are made of and compare them to yours. Don't change anything on your meta description! Leave it alone for a month or so. Your site is too new to mess with the SEO too much. Just observe the comp and take notes. In a month or so, start tweaking if you need to. In the mean-time start building backlinks.

    Join MyGuestBlog and start guest posting on blogs all over the net in your niche and build backlinks that way. It's easy and free and you can even get guest posters for your blog.
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  • Profile picture of the author shuvo
    Yeah its a great progress and of course smart job from you.I hope you will get more better position soon by creating continuous backlinks and by adding more original contents.
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    • Profile picture of the author ds7775
      Just curious.......i had a .info domain, it ranked page 1 in Bing, page 3 in google.com.........but i coild never get anywhere in google.co.uk.

      webmaster was uk targeted,the html was GB , and 70% of backlinks where uk/eu.

      Have you checked in bing/google.com - co.uk ?
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  • Profile picture of the author intelligente21
    Maybe you should try building links from UK forum/blogs.
    Hope this helps.
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  • Profile picture of the author Shakd
    Excellent Results!

    Congrats! KEEP GOING!
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  • Profile picture of the author guitarjosh
    Anyone who thinks a .info won't rank well is completely naive and clueless. I thought this for the last year.. .built all my autoblogs on .com. My little bro didn't have the money to start out, went for a .info and it started working. He stuck with them. He now has only 33 websites.. every one a .info and he cleared over $3000 in adsense last month, in only his 8th month since starting up his first site.

    I've since bought nothing but .info domains. I could post about a thousand phrases right here and now that are ranking for top 3 results on the first page of our .infos. They work every bit as well as .com. I love them because so many good domain names are available. Google don't care.
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  • Profile picture of the author Boricua
    Originally Posted by KristofSX View Post

    hey all!
    I've build a site on .info domain on a competitive niche (health/fitness) and for my main - most competitive keyword (5.6mil broad results) and after a week my site is on 17th page (176 place to be exact). I've implement well known methods (bookmarks,articles etc).so far have only 6 articles on my site (100% unique, each one targeting diff keyword)

    so, how do do You think, is it a good score?
    Nice! I love the $0.99 .info domains for adsense sites, they get the job done. So far great job, just keep doing what you're doing and once you get stuck in the same positions for a few weeks, consider integrating a new linking method to improve the rankings. Of course, slowly so it's 'humanized' in Google eye and you'll be fine.

    Good job, keep it up!
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  • Profile picture of the author Al_Warrior
    Originally Posted by KristofSX View Post

    hey all!
    I've build a site on .info domain on a competitive niche (health/fitness) and for my main - most competitive keyword (5.6mil broad results) and after a week my site is on 17th page (176 place to be exact). I've implement well known methods (bookmarks,articles etc).so far have only 6 articles on my site (100% unique, each one targeting diff keyword)

    so, how do do You think, is it a good score?
    Results looks good, but keep in mind always THE EXACT SEARCH for your keywords. I never build a site based on broad keywords, always exact match, because I have found that many times broad keywords doesn't mean exact keywords match. Here is my real life example.

    keyword broad match = 110,000
    keyword exact match = 182

    I was so happy that my site was in second page already but the weird thing I didn't have visitors. Well, I rechecked again and I found out that all my efforts where in vain. My humble advise is better for you always follow "exact matching" in your keywords, no matter what software you are using.
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  • Profile picture of the author sebastian89
    I am doing a similar thing, keep me updated on this
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  • Profile picture of the author .
    I still don't see the point on this type of posts...
    new domain name... in a competitive industry....
    what's the objective here?
    To show us that link building increase the ranking of a site? or to show us that you will fail to get the site in top 3 based on lack of real authority, age and enough link juice.

    Sorry to sound like a jerk... but all the posts usually are like:

    Yeah! You rock! keep going!

    Keep going where?
    link building from article marketing, social bookmarks to realize you need authority (real authority) to push a site to top 5... top 3...

    anyway, my 2 cents...
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  • Profile picture of the author intelligente21
    So how's your result this time Kristof?
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  • Profile picture of the author DeusX
    Still 11th page, floating between 115 and 118 spot, I'm adding new articles every few days, and making backlinks everyday.
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    • Profile picture of the author intelligente21
      Originally Posted by KristofSX View Post

      Still 11th page, floating between 115 and 118 spot, I'm adding new articles every few days, and making backlinks everyday.
      Why not creating a blog and post your articles there? There's a Linked list gadget there where you can put your backlinks so that they will be indexed as soon as you have published your posts. That trick is simple yet powerful if we talk about indexing.
      Hope this helps.
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  • Originally Posted by KristofSX View Post

    hey all!
    I've build a site on .info domain on a competitive niche (health/fitness) and for my main - most competitive keyword (5.6mil broad results) and after a week my site is on 17th page (176 place to be exact). I've implement well known methods (bookmarks,articles etc).so far have only 6 articles on my site (100% unique, each one targeting diff keyword)

    so, how do do You think, is it a good score?
    That's great progress after only a week! If you want more powerful backlinks to really give your site a boost, check out the link in my signature.
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    • Profile picture of the author InTheMaking
      Originally Posted by strategic seo services View Post

      That's great progress after only a week! If you want more powerful backlinks to really give your site a boost, check out the link in my signature.
      nothing like self promotion
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    • Profile picture of the author intelligente21
      Originally Posted by strategic seo services View Post

      That's great progress after only a week! If you want more powerful backlinks to really give your site a boost, check out the link in my signature.
      Awesome. Keep promoting for yourself, and you'll get banned.
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  • Profile picture of the author cerno
    If you are looking for organic search traffic, rather than running an email campaign where you simply need a landing page like most people here, developing on anything other than .com seems very inefficient as a good chunk of any return traffic or referrals will end up at the dot com website after typing in the .com domain name. It will take incredible effort to move to page 1 in all cases, why make that investment in time and money on a domain facing such a big disadvantage.
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  • Profile picture of the author jacked
    I've never had great success with .info domains and SEO, but let me know how it goes.
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  • Profile picture of the author clature
    Awesome work mate. My story's similar to yours, except that after the first week of seo, I got myself onto the 23rd page.

    Keep it up and keep us updated man~!
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  • Profile picture of the author DeusX
    okay another update: 9th place today (96th spot!) sweet =P
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  • Profile picture of the author bhuff85
    Just keep grinding man. I've got a few .info domains that are ranking on page 1 without issue. Make sure your on-page SEO is as optimized as you can get it. The better your on-page SEO, the more effective your off-page SEO will be.
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    • Profile picture of the author Dumkist
      Originally Posted by bhuff85 View Post

      Just keep grinding man. I've got a few .info domains that are ranking on page 1 without issue. Make sure your on-page SEO is as optimized as you can get it. The better your on-page SEO, the more effective your off-page SEO will be.

      Did it take more back links than normal to get to page 1 with your .info ?
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      • Profile picture of the author bhuff85
        Originally Posted by Dumkist View Post

        Did it take more back links than normal to get to page 1 with your .info ?
        Well, as with anything, it's going to vary with your competition. If competition is weak, the less backlinks you'll need, and vice-versa. Some of the sites required a little more push due to more competition, while others were the polar opposite.

        I've been working really hard on proper on-page SEO, and I truly think that is what has helped me obtain solid rankings. These .info sites have been sitting on page 1 now for a few months with very little movement. Once I learned how to use proper on-page SEO tactics, I've been witnessing some stellar rankings. Once I put some quality, diversified backlinks to them, that's when it starts driving it's way to the top.

        Right now, I'm working on going back through some of my old sites that weren't optimized fully and reworking them to help start those make their way up as well. The key is to mesh your on-page SEO so that it works for the SE's, but also is readable and of quality. That's how I've managed to get good rankings, lower my bounce rate and increase my average visitor time.
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  • Profile picture of the author DeusX
    another update, 12 hour ago my article site was on 9th page, main site - 34th (for main keyword)
    now:
    my main site is at 15th page, my article - no results till 35 page

    for me it's good because for this keyword i want to rank my page, not an article (which is on page 17th from 1.1mil results in article keyword)

    looks like Google is researching my site more and just the results are more relevant now
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  • Profile picture of the author subzero525
    too soon to tell you need at least 2 or 3 months to see the real result for your work but entirely this looks promising keep it up
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  • Profile picture of the author jasonthewebmaster
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    Awesome dude!

    It goes to show that .info domains are really no less valuable than .com - and I would rather have an exact match .info domain than a .com that sounds "catchy" but has no keywords in it!

    Keep up the good work and you will be on page 1 in no time.

    A really good tool that you can get for free is Market Samurai. It will tell you exactly what you need to do to rank above the competition. I have started using it recently with some good success.
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    • Profile picture of the author Jeremy Banks
      weird how I started a thread on .co domains and it got deleted. I will have to update soon as I am already making money from my domains and just started them June 15th
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      • Profile picture of the author zoeguy
        Originally Posted by Jeremy Banks View Post

        weird how I started a thread on .co domains and it got deleted.
        Still in G cache here(for now):
        Two brand new .CO domains - Case Study
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  • Profile picture of the author kiranraj19
    Yes, you are on the right track. Apply SEO techniques to collect quality backlinks to increase your ranking on the search engines
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  • Profile picture of the author DeusX
    update:
    Queries 202 Impressions 3000 Clicks 22

    Not much traffic so far, my page is bouncing between 10th and 15th page for main keyword, and around 8th - 12th for some lower-competition keywords, I'm still working on content and backlinks, but probably need to boost some high-pr backlinks to get higher on results.
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  • Profile picture of the author Steven Miranda
    Nice job- interested to see long term results.
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  • Profile picture of the author Natlex
    I don't really understand why you would post this, but if it encourages you keep doing it. However keep in mind you sohuld count results in SEO over months, not daily or weekly.
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