Link Authority Question Related To Local Keywords

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Hey guys! Thank you for taking the time to review this thread! I have a question for you SEO Gurus and would highly appreciate any and all information you are willing to share.

Question: A friend and I are starting a website that will provide visitor information related to things you can do in our town of Cody Wyoming. I have a keyword rich domain which is visitcodywyoming.com. Now, if I got back links from authority websites related to cody wyoming, such as codychamber.org, cody-wy.gov, and a few other websites that are page one on the serps for the keyword Cody Wyoming, do you think those links will give us a massive boost in the serps?

Thanks for any and all comments!
J
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  • Profile picture of the author Carlo Cabrera
    Yup, you have the right idea. That should work. Just make sure to vary your anchor text backlinks. With you having a exact match domain. It may be easy to trigger an over optimization penalty.
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  • Profile picture of the author AskAnAffiliate
    Hi,

    That's the right idea. Make sure that your anchor text which your using to link back contain targeted keywords related to your site. Next, if you focus on .org, .gov and more importantly .edu, these are high powered links and can really benefit you in the long run. Google has made many changes so focus on high quality links from high authority sites. Don't trust anyone building links with software.

    Spread out the link building process making it natural.

    Good Luck,
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  • Profile picture of the author KingRoyal
    Hey guys, thanks! If I got three powerful backlinks in one week from the websites that rank in the top five for the Keyword Im targeting will that look bad to Google?
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  • Profile picture of the author AskAnAffiliate
    You should be fine. How are you getting links. Are you building them writing articles or have you hired someone to?
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  • Profile picture of the author KingRoyal
    Right now, im just asking web masters who have relevant websites
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  • Profile picture of the author AskAnAffiliate
    Perfect, Putting time and effort doing this manually is the right way to go. You'll love the benefits going forward.
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  • Profile picture of the author KingRoyal
    Thanks man
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  • Profile picture of the author AskAnAffiliate
    No problem...always willing to help. Message me if you need anything else. I had a lot of help along the way so want to give back.
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    • Profile picture of the author MikeFriedman
      Originally Posted by AskAnAffiliate View Post

      Next, if you focus on .org, .gov and more importantly .edu, these are high powered links and can really benefit you in the long run.
      That is complete horsecrap.

      .gov and .edu links to not have any added weight. I wish people would stop spreading this lie and misleading people.
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  • Originally Posted by Pink Tulips008 View Post

    Hey guys! Thank you for taking the time to review this thread! I have a question for you SEO Gurus and would highly appreciate any and all information you are willing to share.

    Question: A friend and I are starting a website that will provide visitor information related to things you can do in our town of Cody Wyoming. I have a keyword rich domain which is visitcodywyoming.com. Now, if I got back links from authority websites related to cody wyoming, such as codychamber.org, cody-wy.gov, and a few other websites that are page one on the serps for the keyword Cody Wyoming, do you think those links will give us a massive boost in the serps?

    Thanks for any and all comments!
    J
    If those authority websites are providing you with dofollow backlinks, then those backlinks should definitely help boost your site in the SERPs. You have to take the competitiveness of your targeted keywords into account. If they are very competitive, then they'll take longer to rank. Also, make sure that your site is well optimized. That will also help with rankings.
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  • Profile picture of the author johnben1444
    Originally Posted by Pink Tulips008 View Post

    Now, if I got back links from authority websites related to cody wyoming, such as codychamber.org, cody-wy.gov, and a few other websites that are page one on the serps for the keyword Cody Wyoming, do you think those links will give us a massive boost in the serps?
    Yes, only if they are truly an authority site and relevant to your niche.
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  • Profile picture of the author KingRoyal
    Well they are ranked one two and three for the keyword im challenging
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