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NicheJet site SEO Keyword Issues
« on: August 23, 2013, 03:26:17 AM »
I bought a niche site when they first came out, all the articles are delivered, and I got an email saying they were doing the second SEO campaign. The issue I have is that the keywords used to link back to my site have nothing to do with my site and have actually got it practically deindexed. ie. I was ranking for all 12 terms before the last batch of SEO and now it is ranking for none (0). The link profile for the site, that is a jewelry website, has nothing to do with what it needs to rank for.

The website is: mypearshapedengagementrings.com

and the keywords used to build links are: apple, this, coffee, your, boardwalks, through, multiple & able, with only four built using the main keyword that relates to my site (pear shaped engagement rings).

Note that is out of 49 referring domains and over 300 links. The ref domains also have nothing to do with the site, they are all on topics like realestate,  pets & Fort Wayne Texas.

I don't know if this is a glitch or what as I know Jon is well versed in SEO and runs a strong online business. I'm not really sure what to do, and haven't received follow up emails in a while so I'm not sure if they are still building these worthless links that are dragging down the site.

Any suggestions? 

Re: NicheJet site SEO Keyword Issues
« Reply #1 on: August 23, 2013, 04:31:57 AM »
Hi, I'm seeing 190 pages of that site indexed in Google.

https://www.google.com/search?safe=off&q=site%3Amypearshapedengagementrings.com&oq=site%3Amypearshapedengagementrings.com&gs_l=serp.3...13429.13917.0.14146.5.5.0.0.0.1.98.432.5.5.0....0...1c.1.25.serp..5.0.0.Z8rw2p8PI30

The links that you're seeing are not the links from our SEO campaigns. These are the links from the indexing service that AB uses. All of the posts (aside from the homepage article) come from ArticleBuilder and all AB posts get sent to an indexing service. The purpose of these links are to simply get the pages indexed (which has obviously worked) and none of them point to the homepage. Our campaign links all point to the homepage and are MUCH higher quality, using your primary keyword as anchor text, along with several variations and a handful of obscure phrases to keep it all safe and natural looking.

Regarding the drop in ranking... this is very normal for new sites. It's called the "Honeymoon period." Google often ranks sites higher at first, then drops them down shortly after. Many sites eventually recover once they see that content continues to come in.
« Last Edit: August 23, 2013, 04:33:42 AM by Josh Spaulding »

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Re: NicheJet site SEO Keyword Issues
« Reply #2 on: August 23, 2013, 05:31:21 AM »
I don't know,but webmasters shows NO links whatsoever, and no ranking at all for any keyword. Majestic SEO shows only the links that I mentioned, and no other links of higher quality. I know it takes a while before search engines crawl the pages and find the links, but I've waited a while before mentioning this to see if it changes at all, and so far the number of links has gone up, but the keywords and link quality has been exactly the same. I suppose I'l wait and see what happens. I understand a drop in ranking, but no ranking at all is another story altogether.

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Re: NicheJet site SEO Keyword Issues
« Reply #3 on: August 23, 2013, 05:50:48 AM »
You would probably be well served by the addition of content specific to your site, something that adds value for readers.

Have a look at Jon's service at www.ineedarticles.com where you can get OK quality articles written on any keyword you choose. The content should then be absolutely unique to your site and be 'pain relief' content that is sought out by readers and where the Adsense ads can be the solution to the pain discussed in the article.

Add the articles into a new category in which only the first custom content appears.

Add one or two of these a week and I bet you see improvement.

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Re: NicheJet site SEO Keyword Issues
« Reply #4 on: August 23, 2013, 05:53:57 AM »
You would probably be well served by the addition of content specific to your site, something that adds value for readers.

Have a look at Jon's service at ineedarticles.com where you can get OK quality articles written on any keyword you choose. The content should then be absolutely unique to your site and be 'pain relief' content that is sought out by readers and where the Adsense ads can be the solution to the pain discussed in the article.

Add the articles into a new category in which only the first custom content appears.

Add one or two of these a week and I bet you see improvement.


I actually write for ineedarticles, lol. I just haven't wanted to mess with anything since the first 100 articles are still being posted, and I figured the pros knew best, so I didn't want to mess with it yet. But perhaps I should, start adding more pictures and what not to it since jewelry is a very visual subject. I think I'm going to start link building on my own as well, so I can get more quality backlinks than I'm presently seeing.

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Re: NicheJet site SEO Keyword Issues
« Reply #5 on: August 23, 2013, 06:02:05 AM »
In that case you know what to do. :-D
And I guess you know about writing 'pain relief' articles.

I am sure that Josh or Jon will correct me if I am wrong but usually it is best to treat sites as though you own them and even autoblogs work better when the driver turns up to take control from time to time.

Re: NicheJet site SEO Keyword Issues
« Reply #6 on: August 23, 2013, 09:18:27 AM »
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I don't know,but webmasters shows NO links whatsoever, and no ranking at all for any keyword. Majestic SEO shows only the links that I mentioned, and no other links of higher quality. I know it takes a while before search engines crawl the pages and find the links, but I've waited a while before mentioning this to see if it changes at all, and so far the number of links has gone up, but the keywords and link quality has been exactly the same. I suppose I'l wait and see what happens. I understand a drop in ranking, but no ranking at all is another story altogether.


Use http://www.ahrefs.com/ to check backlink counts and anchor text analysis. They are the standard these days. They find nearly all links and break down everything very nicely. I plugged it in and there aren't as many links as there should be. It looks like this somehow got skipped. I'm going to have one of the team manually get this submitted right now. You should start to see the link count increase and more legitimate keyword variations show up in the anchor text breakdown within the next few weeks.

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Re: NicheJet site SEO Keyword Issues
« Reply #7 on: August 23, 2013, 05:00:22 PM »
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Use http://www.ahrefs.com/ to check backlink counts and anchor text analysis. They are the standard these days. They find nearly all links and break down everything very nicely. I plugged it in and there aren't as many links as there should be. It looks like this somehow got skipped. I'm going to have one of the team manually get this submitted right now. You should start to see the link count increase and more legitimate keyword variations show up in the anchor text breakdown within the next few weeks.


Thank you so much, I'll check out Ahrefs.com, I use them as well but not as frequently. Thanks again.
« Last Edit: August 23, 2013, 10:46:48 PM by Eliot Proud »