Newbie SEO Question: Can you SEO/Rank a single page on a site?

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Lets say I have a site: mysite.com


And I want someone to SEO a page on the site: mysite.com/page1.html


Then lets say I wanted someone else to SEO another page: mysite.com/page2.html


This will be on page SEO, off page, backlinks, the whole 9...


Is it possible for one person to SEO 1 page and 1 page only, and not focus on SEO'ing any other pages on the site, including the homepage.. And then have someone else do the same for another page?


Is it possible for these 2 pages to be ranked seperately in Google, depending on who's done the best job ranking (and the home page (for example), not show up at all, sense it hasn't been optimized at all?


Thanks will be given to anyone that helps!
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  • Profile picture of the author MarketingVet09
    I guess my primary question would be: will any of the pages have any affect at all on the others? Lets say I want to see who can best rank a page.... Will one guy ranking a single page on the domain, help the other page rank better, if they're both on the same domain? (lets say I don't want one to benefit the other)


    Thanks
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  • Profile picture of the author Slin
    Yes you can rank a subdomain for a targeted keyword.

    In my experience it will change the main domain rankings, always for the better, linking to the deep inner pages of your site is a great way to get your whole site ranking. Or at least in my experience it has been.
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    • Profile picture of the author MarketingVet09
      Originally Posted by Slin View Post

      Yes you can rank a subdomain for a targeted keyword.

      In my experience it will change the main domain rankings, always for the better, linking to the deep inner pages of your site is a great way to get your whole site ranking. Or at least in my experience it has been.

      Hey, but lets say its not a subdomain, simply another page...


      Is it possible (if I wanted) to focus 100% of my SEO effort on one page: mysite.com/page1.html ?


      So any backlinks I wanted to get, would be for mysite.com/page1.html ...


      I know its a very silly and amateur question ... hehe.. thanks!
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  • Profile picture of the author Karan Rawat
    Ofcourse it will affect the other pages...! I mean if you work for mysite.com/page1.html and you have a inner link on that page, mysite.com/page2.html or home page..! there is no doubt about it...!
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    • Profile picture of the author MarketingVet09
      Originally Posted by Karan Rawat View Post

      Ofcourse it will affect the other pages...! I mean if you work for mysite.com/page1.html and you have a inner link on that page, mysite.com/page2.html or home page..! there is no doubt about it...!

      Hey, just for the record, there won't be any pages interlinked on the pages... (there won't be a link to page 1 on page 2 etc)
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      • Profile picture of the author micksss
        Originally Posted by MarketingVet09 View Post

        Hey, just for the record, there won't be any pages interlinked on the pages... (there won't be a link to page 1 on page 2 etc)
        Will there be a link from "page 1" to your homepage and a link on your homepage back to "page 1"?
        A link on "page 2" to your homepage and link on your homepage back to "page 2"?
        Either way, yes or no, these pages are on the same domain. So any SEO practices you do should in someway effect everything as a whole.

        I guess I really don't get the point of what you are trying to achieve here. IMO, If you are trying to do things so separately for each of these pages, on this one domain, that you are purposely trying to not connect the pages for the sole purpose of utilizing different SEO practices, to see which one works better, you should just build two different sites for these "pages" or at least have each one on a different subdomain. Enlighten me
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  • Profile picture of the author eliteseo1
    Originally Posted by MarketingVet09 View Post

    Lets say I have a site: mysite.com


    And I want someone to SEO a page on the site: mysite.com/page1.html


    Then lets say I wanted someone else to SEO another page: mysite.com/page2.html


    This will be on page SEO, off page, backlinks, the whole 9...


    Is it possible for one person to SEO 1 page and 1 page only, and not focus on SEO'ing any other pages on the site, including the homepage.. And then have someone else do the same for another page?


    Is it possible for these 2 pages to be ranked seperately in Google, depending on who's done the best job ranking (and the home page (for example), not show up at all, sense it hasn't been optimized at all?


    Thanks will be given to anyone that helps!
    Yes without a doubt you can rank each url seperate of the other
    yourdomain.com/page1
    yourdomain.com/page2

    2 different URLs

    What you try to rank for on your homepage can be different.
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  • Profile picture of the author Hansons
    Theoretically, you can rank one-page website, there is no problem but the benefit you would get is only from the one page, you have to optimize your site the way other sites are optimized..
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