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post #1 of Old 09-28-2008, 10:59 PM Thread Starter
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Dominate Google AND Yahoo!

I am an SEO expert that happens to own a cleaning company.
I need some cleaning related back links to build the rank of my site!

I will add your link and even teach you some tricks of the trade!

I can get number one for almost any keyword in both google and yahoo!!

http://duracleanaustin.com/

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I am an SEO expert that happens to own a cleaning company.
I need some cleaning related back links to build the rank of my site!

I will add your link and even teach you some tricks of the trade!

I can get number one for almost and keyword in both google and yahoo!!

http://duracleanaustin.com/

Carpet Cleaning Austin
Unless you are a franchise that people search for by name, it would further promote your ranking by changing your title tag to include the keywords for which you are trying to rank. I jumped three pages in Google on two different sites JUST by changing the title. Its has a very heavy weight in the SERP's. You will automatically rank for your company name by mentioning it a couple of times on your home page. ou don't need it in the title, it is a waste of valuable space.

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post #3 of Old 09-29-2008, 01:53 PM Thread Starter
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Ya I do that too, but trust me nothing works like back links!
Here is the first keyword I did

austin water damage

http://www.google.com/search?q=austi...L_enUS250US250
http://search.yahoo.com/search?p=aus...p=mss&ei=UTF-8
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Ya I do that too, but trust me nothing works like back links!
Here is the first keyword I did

austin water damage

http://www.google.com/search?q=austi...L_enUS250US250
http://search.yahoo.com/search?p=aus...p=mss&ei=UTF-8
How do i and where do i put the key word on my web page if not in the title.
post #5 of Old 10-23-2008, 10:19 AM
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Keywords in metatags and throughout content is what helps.

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Let me tell the interested a story,

I've been posting around under my real name for years now. Right now I am obviously using my handle(adbox), but my real name is out there as well.

Recently I took a job as a webmaster and SEO attendant and began posting on blogs, leaving legitimate content, but using my real name as an alias and linking to my company's website, which is postcardpros.com.

After a while of doing this, I ran a vanity check on my name, to see what ranked the highest out of my internet adventures, and oddly enough the first search result for my name was my company's website.

My name doesn't appear once on their website! But I thought about it and realized the reason this happened is because when I linked to them, back when I was posting blogs for them, I used my name as the link anchor text. This heavily associated my company's website with my name, hence the results.

So as already mentioned above by another poster, when marketing your website across the internet, use the keyword you want to rank on as the link anchor.

note my signiture below. : ) follow it too, if it interests you! : D Our business is direct mail postcards-- but we do not really have any predesigned templates for this industry yet. so that is kind of misleading. But we will in the future, and we can design one anyone on the cheap. But I digress, ... keyword's in link anchor.
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It would benefit you more to drop the domain name link and just keep the "carpet cleaning Austin" link.

For as little content as your homepage has, it has been optimized nicely to rank for relevant keywords. Better than most I've seen, nice job!

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It would benefit you more to drop the domain name link and just keep the "carpet cleaning Austin" link.

For as little content as your homepage has, it has been optimized nicely to rank for relevant keywords. Better than most I've seen, nice job!
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yep hes right
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Wow. All of this cleaning business web site stuff is really fascinating.

Thanks for the story adbox.
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awesome

i have been looking for some help in this i would love your help

here is my website www.thecleanstart.com

please let me know how i can work this and if there is anything i can do to help you let me know
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I would love some input into getting my website up in the rankings
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Trade Links

I would be willing to trade links. Any help is appreciated.
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SEO is a tricky monster....I am only getting better after several years of effort.
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post #15 of Old 11-12-2009, 04:08 AM Thread Starter
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Sure hit me up if you want to trade.

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Added.. http://www.dryingspecialistsoftampa.com/links.html

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i mentioned this is another thread but it may be missed so will mention it again. you claim to be an seo expert but give out bad black hat seo tips. anyone who follows you and link exchanges is running a huge risk of getting penealised by google. the number one thing to great seo is the content, and you're failing on that, e.g. your page titles are rubbish, you don't even have an h1 tag. ok linking does give good results, but only for a short time until google notices.

don't waste time link exchanging, go google to find out why it's bad. you need links to your site that you don't have to link back to. this will show google that the site linking to you trusts you and it will then give you trust as being a good website.
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LOL how is link exchange "black hat"??

I am on the top for almost ALL my keywords in yahoo, and google, in a town with a million people, you are no where to be found in a town of 60k...

That is all any one needs to know...

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LOL how is link exchange "black hat"??

I am on the top for almost ALL my keywords in yahoo, and google, in a town with a million people, you are no where to be found in a town of 60k...

That is all any one needs to know...

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i'm fairly certain i am to be found, given that i only advertise one other place then google, and i get 99.9% of my customers from google. of course as an seo expert you'd know why you can't find me, but of course, you aren't.
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