Ranking Multiple Pages

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If I have a 5 page site, is it ok to rank every page to the first page of Google or will is that not recommended?
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  • Profile picture of the author dmtaylor247
    You can go for a double or triple listing if they are all relevant to the query, then use other sites like FB notes, Gumtree, Ezine and Hub Pages for the rest...
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    • Profile picture of the author wilsonm
      Originally Posted by dmtaylor247 View Post

      You can go for a double or triple listing if they are all relevant to the query, then use other sites like FB notes, Gumtree, Ezine and Hub Pages for the rest...
      If my keywords were ford car, mazda car, vauxhall car, bmw car and fiat car, I could rank each keyword on the first page, get double or triple listing and fill up the rest of the search results with fb, hubpages, et all all linking to my site?

      p.s. how does one manipulate things to get double and triple listing?
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      • Profile picture of the author QWE
        I would target each page for a group of different keywords. Just alter the keywords in some way and provide anchor tags for them.
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      • Profile picture of the author dmtaylor247
        Originally Posted by wilsonm View Post

        If my keywords were ford car, mazda car, vauxhall car, bmw car and fiat car, I could rank each keyword on the first page, get double or triple listing and fill up the rest of the search results with fb, hubpages, et all all linking to my site?

        p.s. how does one manipulate things to get double and triple listing?
        Sorry, I though you meant ranking all 5 pages for the same keyword. You can have 2, 3 or even 4 pages from the same site ranking on the first page for the same keyword.

        Seeing as you have multiple keywords then yes you can rank them all on the first page for their respective keywords. You just need to deep link each page but rotate similar anchors at the same time build up the auhority of your homepage for broader generic terms like cars, used cars etc.
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  • Profile picture of the author yukon
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    Ranking 5 pages for 5 keywords will be about 99% off-page SEO considering 5 pages isn't much to work with.

    Also I doubt you'll ever get anything more than a single ranked page per keyword, since you only have a single page per keyword to work with.

    It would be easier to get double/triple SERP listings having maybe 10 internal pages per keyword, all 100% relevant to each individual keyword that your targeting.

    Example, 5 keywords x 10 pages (each keyword) = 50 pages total.

    Each page title has to be unique.
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    • Profile picture of the author shortandsave
      Originally Posted by yukon View Post

      Ranking 5 pages for 5 keywords will be about 99% off-page SEO considering 5 pages isn't much to work with.

      Also I doubt you'll ever get anything more than a single ranked page per keyword, since you only have a single page per keyword to work with.

      It would be easier to get double/triple SERP listings having maybe 10 internal pages per keyword, all 100% relevant to each individual keyword that your targeting.

      Example, 5 keywords x 10 pages (each keyword) = 50 pages total.

      Each page title has to be unique.

      Pretty much what he said!
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  • Profile picture of the author nasuryono
    As long as you are not spamming the search engine and provides good content, you can try ranking all 5 pages.

    That being said... You should grow your site to more than 5 pages since Google can view your site as a "Thin Affiliate" site which can lead to a penalty.
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  • Profile picture of the author shophia
    Originally Posted by wilsonm View Post

    If I have a 5 page site, is it ok to rank every page to the first page of Google or will is that not recommended?
    According to me if your website have 5 pages and you want your all pages are showing in Google's first pages. Than first of all your site content are unique and choose the right keyword for your site. Your keyword are related to your site content. Do interlinking. Through interlinking you are linking the pages of your website with one other pages. Also choose strong keyword for your website.
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