On which Searchengine Page do you find your toplist?

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On which Searchengine Page do you find your toplist?

Postby sloft » 2006-05-01 09:47 am

Hi,

just wonder where you find your toplist at searchengines.

Just did a test and I found mine only once on Page 5 on msn.com.

Even i have google PageRank 4.

Would be nice seeing how others are doing?
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Postby rshaven » 2006-05-01 11:06 am

On my two major topsite I'm on page one in Google for at least 20 major search terms relating to my sites' topics. I say "at least" because I really can't easily track how many other serach terms I rank in the top 10 for because I imagine there are loads of obsecure ones - it would just take too long to work out ALL of them.
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Postby sloft » 2006-05-01 11:53 am

Thanks for the reply.
Great to know, that it is possible with a toplist.
Yeah, keywords are the point, I try with dating and there is a lot competition and I have not enough text :(
BTW: I use IBP and love it, does all the manuall work.



Not sure what keywords you are using, but just took IBP and run your site http://www.worldofwarcraft100.com with keyword "warcraft" ...on google,checked the first 265 results, but I guess that isn't a keyword you are using.

Did you do any special keyword optimisation to be on place 1 for your keywords you selected?
Nice site by the way.

Anybody else managed to get a topranking too?
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Postby rshaven » 2006-05-03 03:49 am

I'm not doing anything that special to rank well for my topsites...

As for my keywords - no the word warcraft is far too competitive for me to crack into the top 10. You need to aim for smaller keywords. Like type in WoW Hacks... my site is in the top 10. I have lots of not so popular keywords I rank for rather than the big ones like "World of Warcraft"

At the end of the day you will find it easier to rank for lots of small terms rather than the big ones. Well that is how I do it anyway.
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