Bloggers, Go Back To Basics. Get Your Posts Ranked Within Minutes!

by Wade32
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You can buy all kinds of things to build links to your site and your posts, but clearly the easiest way to get noticed is explained below.

Now, I realize that a lot of you professionals already know this trick, however, since there is new people registering every day, I thought I would post this easy tip to get your blog posts ranked.

Depending on your niche, there are thousands, if not millions of searches every month for what you can give someone...you just have to know how to reach them. Now one way is to build links repeatedly and wait, but here is the easiest way.

STEP ONE:

Research your blog post by going to the Google Keyword Tool. Type in keywords that would be used to find the post you are going to write about. My recommendation is to pick high traffic Low Competition keywords. There are plenty out there to choose from.

STEP TWO:

Once you have chosen your keyword, put it in your post title. On Wordpress, under the post title, there is a permalink URL. Put the keyword in this URL. Write your blog post using SEOPresser or Yoast. These will tell you keyword density. Make at least one anchor text link in your post with the keyword in it too.

STEP THREE:

After you have posted, under the post there is a place to edit the SEO on Yoast.(This is what I use) Make sure the keyword is in the post title again.(This is what will appear in the search engines). Place your desired keyword in the keyword selection box. After this, make a descriptive post using your keyword at least two times...and then finally, put your meta tags in using your first choice keyword first.

STEP FOUR:

Submit the post to social media sites, bookmarking sites, etc. That's it! I do this three times a week and every time, my posts appear on the first page of Google within 30-60 minutes of posting! Sometimes they are number one, other times they are in the middle somewhere, but it does work.

I know that it is sometimes hard to find a keyword with high traffic quality. If you choose a keyword with Medium or High Competition, you will more than likely have to build links to it.

I thought I would mention these steps because sometimes we forget about the basic steps to take to get our sites noticed!

Good Luck!
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  • Profile picture of the author edpudol1973
    Nice tip Mate, most of blogger sometimes fail to do the keyword research.
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  • Profile picture of the author boosters
    I always fail on selecting keywords.. nice tips..
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  • Profile picture of the author Wade32
    I mean, its pretty easy, sometimes we forget the easy stuff!
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    • Profile picture of the author paulgl
      Originally Posted by Wade32 View Post

      I mean, its pretty easy, sometimes we forget the easy stuff!
      You mean like spamm...er.....making a post on blogging with
      a sig link to make money blogging?

      Go figure.

      Exactly what this forum has become...

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  • Profile picture of the author Mantasmo
    You rank for what exactly in 30-60 mins? Your article title? (that's a given in most cases and means nothing) What's with all the people claiming nearly instant page 1 rankings with no backlinks?
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  • Profile picture of the author UMS
    Originally Posted by Wade32 View Post

    Research your blog post by going to the Google Keyword Tool. Type in keywords that would be used to find the post you are going to write about. My recommendation is to pick high traffic Low Competition keywords. There are plenty out there to choose from.
    Do you realise what "low competition" actually means in the Google Adwords Keyword Tool?
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    • Profile picture of the author Mantasmo
      Originally Posted by UMS View Post

      Do you realise what "low competition" actually means in the Google Adwords Keyword Tool?
      Oh my... blah.
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    • Profile picture of the author yukon
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      Originally Posted by UMS View Post

      Do you realise what "low competition" actually means in the Google Adwords Keyword Tool?
      Dang, you beat me to it!
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      • Profile picture of the author Wade32
        Originally Posted by paulgl View Post

        You mean like spamm...er.....making a post on blogging with
        a sig link to make money blogging?

        Go figure.

        Exactly what this forum has become...

        Paul
        No spam intended. Just trying to help.

        Originally Posted by bnetwork View Post

        You rank for what exactly in 30-60 mins? Your article title? (that's a given in most cases and means nothing) What's with all the people claiming nearly instant page 1 rankings with no backlinks?
        If you would actually read the post you would know that I get that post ranked somewhere on the first page of Google within 30 minutes to a few hours. The only backlinks that I have are to the social bookmarking sites that I submit the post to after I write it.

        Originally Posted by UMS View Post

        Do you realise what "low competition" actually means in the Google Adwords Keyword Tool?
        Uh yeah, when you get a low competition keyword that has a high traffic flow it generally means that you will have a better chance of ranking for it.

        This is what I have been telling some people here lately. You can't even come to this forum without people trying to be jerks.

        I was merely trying to give some info to people that may not know this tip. You guys with high post counts need to set an example for the newbie's that join this site.

        Do you have proof this doesn't work??...that's what I thought..you're too busy in your mom's basement playing on your computer.

        Most of what I can tell, and I've had this conversation before, when a new idea like this comes out, you "pro's" generally pile on with the stabbing and knit-picking.

        To the newbie's, you can't really trust a lot of people on here. I have seen many threads where someone tries to give out some great info that works for them, only to have guys like these to try to negate their thread like this.

        Trust me, I have done this, and get great results from it. It doesn't matter what they say. You can do this if you follow these steps.
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        • Profile picture of the author yukon
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          Originally Posted by Wade32 View Post

          No spam intended. Just trying to help.



          If you would actually read the post you would know that I get that post ranked somewhere on the first page of Google within 30 minutes to a few hours. The only backlinks that I have are to the social bookmarking sites that I submit the post to after I write it.



          Uh yeah, when you get a low competition keyword that has a high traffic flow it generally means that you will have a better chance of ranking for it.

          This is what I have been telling some people here lately. You can't even come to this forum without people trying to be jerks.

          I was merely trying to give some info to people that may not know this tip. You guys with high post counts need to set an example for the newbie's that join this site.

          Do you have proof this doesn't work??...that's what I thought..you're too busy in your mom's basement playing on your computer.

          Most of what I can tell, and I've had this conversation before, when a new idea like this comes out, you "pro's" generally pile on with the stabbing and knit-picking.

          To the newbie's, you can't really trust a lot of people on here. I have seen many threads where someone tries to give out some great info that works for them, only to have guys like these to try to negate their thread like this.

          Trust me, I have done this, and get great results from it. It doesn't matter what they say. You can do this if you follow these steps.



          Do you even know what the GKT was originally intended for? Based on your comments, I don't think so.

          You can't use the GKT Competition column for SEO competition, they are two separate things.
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          • Profile picture of the author Carl Brown
            STEP ONE:

            Research your blog post by going to the Google Keyword Tool. Type in keywords that would be used to find the post you are going to write about. My recommendation is to pick high traffic Low Competition keywords. There are plenty out there to choose from.
            While you can read the post the way most here did, to be fair, that sentence can easily stand alone, and that was how I read it.
            My recommendation is to pick high traffic Low Competition keywords.
            My reading of the post didn't cause me to think he was talking about that keyword tool for picking out the low competition keywords.
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            • Profile picture of the author UMS
              Originally Posted by Carl Brown View Post

              My reading of the post didn't cause me to think he was talking about that keyword tool for picking out the low competition keywords.
              That may be the case for you, but I suspect most people would interpret it as using GAKT for determining competition as no other tools or methods were mentioned and given that keyword research is the foundation of any successful website, then it could have done with more detail.
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            • Profile picture of the author Wade32
              Originally Posted by Carl Brown View Post

              While you can read the post the way most here did, to be fair, that sentence can easily stand alone, and that was how I read it.


              My reading of the post didn't cause me to think he was talking about that keyword tool for picking out the low competition keywords.
              At least someone got it...hope I helped anyway. Wasn't looking to argue the fact with anyone.

              The fact of the matter is whether or not anyone believes that I do this is irrelevant. I do succeed using this method and it can work.

              I'm not saying that every keyword that you try to rank for will end up on the first page, you may have to end up actually building some links to it. One way to tell is if it hasn't shown up on the first page after one day, then that may tell you something.

              To the others, am not trying to argue with you...you have your opinion and I have mine. Just trying to pass along some information that could help people.
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        • Profile picture of the author UMS
          Originally Posted by Wade32 View Post

          Uh yeah, when you get a low competition keyword that has a high traffic flow it generally means that you will have a better chance of ranking for it.
          Correct, but the question I was asking was to clarify whether you were incorrectly using the Google Adwords Keyword Tool to determine competition as that can have affect on how well you rank for a particular keyword.

          I'm not here to shoot you, but if there is information/advice that needs to be corrected, then it is important to do that so beginners don't use methods that have flaws.

          Apologies in advance if by "low competition" you were referring to something else other than the "low competition" rating in Google Adwords Keyword Tool (GAKT)

          For anyone interested, the "Competition" in GAKT refers to the level of competition from advertisers bidding on that keyword for their Adwords campaign.

          Sometimes there will be a correlation between low Adwords competition and low competition for ranking for the keyword, but there's no way of telling without doing proper competition research.

          To give you an example, the following keywords all have "Low" competition in GAKT.

          pioneer - 673,000 exact global monthly searches
          car audio forum - 5,400 exact global monthly searches
          pioneer radio - 4,400 exact global month searches

          These are all extremely tough keywords to rank for as can be determined by looking at factors such as site age, PR, domain authority, backlinks (number and quality), social media factors etc.

          If a beginner made the mistake of making a website targeting any of these keywords based on the "Low" competition column in GAKT, it would most likely lead to a lot of frustration and disappointment when they see their site isn't ranking well.
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        • Profile picture of the author Mantasmo
          Originally Posted by Wade32 View Post

          If you would actually read the post you would know that I get that post ranked somewhere on the first page of Google within 30 minutes to a few hours. The only backlinks that I have are to the social bookmarking sites that I submit the post to after I write it.
          Yea I read it. Your answer makes no sense. You rank the posts for what? What does it even mean to rank a post?

          For instance, I rank pages for multiple high traffic, high $$ keywords. You rank your posts for post titles? Target keywords? Something else? Google your post URL and see it "ranked"?
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  • Profile picture of the author Danny Cutts
    hello

    yep all good advice however I try and keep my keyword density under 2% these days.

    Danny


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  • Profile picture of the author Wade32
    Shows what you know. I don't just use it for seo, but I succeed using it for seo. Thanks for your comment and telling me what I know and don't know.
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    • Profile picture of the author yukon
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      Originally Posted by Wade32 View Post

      Shows what you know. I don't just use it for seo, but I succeed using it for seo. Thanks for your comment and telling me what I know and don't know.
      C'mon now, surely you know that Competition column in GKT is for Adwords Ads, not organic SERPs.
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  • Profile picture of the author imkaren
    I think the magic is keyword. Maybe you may also share how you decide the keyword to use?
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  • Profile picture of the author DNAWRealm
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    Pretty standard common sense tbh!
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  • Profile picture of the author ownergolan
    Great tip for newbis, really basic. This would only work with extremely low comptetition though, or a site that already has some authority.
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    • Profile picture of the author Guru SEO
      What I find remarquable is that you are here since june 2012 and already have ~450 post. I need to work harder.

      These types off post are only good for the full time seo guys, newbies waste so much time doing like you say, that they eventually quit.

      Always look at the first page of Google after finding your keyword, that is your real competition. Also look at the trends to see if you keyword is seasonnal, you do not want to start page about lawn mowers in mai.

      If you are a newby, start with a very easy keyword 1000 local search per month and Pr na to Pr 3 on the first page. If you can't rank that do not try something bigger.
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