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How To Rank A Blog Article

by JasonLeeHQ, Window Shopper

  • Created: January 1, 2014, 8:17 pm
Here are some helpful tips I've found work real well to rank my articles. Recently Google promoted my site to a Pagerank of 1 which significantly helps my articles rank shortly after I post them, but nonetheless you can still reach Page 1 with a rank of 0. Start by doing your keyword research for low competition words that have a decent amount of traffic. I started by looking for words with daily traffic of 20-50. These words did not have a lot of competetion either, so I ranked high and started seeing some visitors within days. Next, continue to produce good content relative to other keywords. Snag the low-hanging fruit. Build your site up to 200-300 visitors a day and this will allow you to start making some decent money with monetization methods like affiliate marketing. Finally, make sure for each article, you go out and build 10-20 backlinks, and this does not include social media which you should also incorporate. Don't just spam your stuff to your social media account either, since this doesn't really help much in terms of SEO. There are plenty of free crowd sourcing platforms that will allow you to syndicate your content across multiple social media platforms. Stay consistent and do these steps daily to ensure your blog doesn't fall dormant. That will penalize you in search rankings. Hope this helps!

MWCC TC | Window Shopper | 1/30/2014 - 5:12 pm

Be sure to pyramid your links as well. Pyramiding your links is the process
of building backlinks to your backlinks. If you build 10 links in total on
blogs, forums, websites, article directories, etc. Then build 10 more links
pointing at your posts. You'd be amazed how quick you can rank a site after
you start doing this.

You can also do what's called parasiting. This is a little more advanced. You
can churn and burn this method, or build it slowly, both work.

Build a bunch of blogs and pages using wordpress, blogger, squidoo,
ezinearticles, hubpages, etc. the more platforms the better. Then start
posting content to all these web2.0 blogs and pages you just made. After you
get, lets say, 10 posts on each "site" then start building backlinks that
point at the backlinks on your paraSITES. This is an advanced form of pyramid
linking that not many people do because it takes time. But you could either
build links all day every day and see a rank increase in a few months and
then keep building links. Or you can do the advanced method and do twice the
amount of work but not have to do much for 6 months after that ;)

Qmind | Window Shopper | 1/26/2014 - 1:58 pm

Google + is another good platform to post links to your blog. The trend shows
that G+ holds more weight than other social media plus you can set up Google
Authorship to show that your content is original content.

Google:Amazing Correlation Between Google +1s and Higher Search Rankings, for
a good article from Moz

Goleft | Window Shopper | 1/26/2014 - 12:32 am

I like where you are going with this, but like anyone in the industry knows,
the real key is "you go out and build 10-20 backlinks"

If you can do that easily, you may as well just keep building them all day
for your money site and not bother too much with content. I have noticed a
trend lately in major corps with sponsorship images on small sites getting
high rankings for core keywords. So much for the 'dont do evil' pledge ...

rachid | Window Shopper | 1/13/2014 - 3:06 pm

Thanks for these amzing tips, I will try them as soon as possible

KhanhHQ1234 | Window Shopper | 1/9/2014 - 10:22 am

Is it good or bad for SEO if you post your content to another forums/blogs to
get backlinks to your original content?

Example: I created an article named "A". You go to forum called "B" and post
the A on it and link back to your "A".

Is it good or bad?

seosemantics | Window Shopper | 1/13/2014 - 9:16 am

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Is it good or bad for SEO if you post your content to another forums/blogs to get backlinks to your original content? Example: I created an article named "A". You go to forum called "B" and post the A on it and link back to your "A". Is it good or bad?
If you post the entire article on forum B and it's already posted on site A,
it's gonna be flagged as duplicate content.

What you can do is post a teaser of the article on forum B, then link to site

goon70056 | Window Shopper | 1/9/2014 - 6:31 am

Also, be sure to ping blogs whenever new posts are made. This will help
search engines pick up the changes quicker.

Marrycook89 | Window Shopper | 1/8/2014 - 7:22 am

Your artile help me to build up a good rank Blog and how can earn money from
Google advertisement, i will try to get it!

gmrweb | Window Shopper | 1/2/2014 - 11:27 am

The blog is on which platform? Blogspot blog have a slightly upper hand when
comes to ranking. The blog on wordpress allows a lot more features with their
plugins and customization to perform well in search engine rankings. But make
sure whatever platform you use it should be updated and don't allow any
duplicate issue.

Joseph Warrender | Window Shopper | 1/2/2014 - 5:00 am

Hi Jason,

I am totally agreed with this post. This is a very helpful article for every
blogger to rank a blog article. As I also like to write articles on website
promotion. So I am giving some tips for increasing the page rank of those
websites, who got penalized by Google new algorithm update on 5th Dec-2013.

Steps for increasing a page rank:
1. Write Quality & Unique Content
2. Start Guest Posting Today
3. Blog Comments & Social Media
4. Don’t be selfish, Help someone on Forums & get response
5. Create something and see a BOOST