Q: How to use SeNukeXCr on local sites

+13 votes
Hi Alex,

Out of the blue yesterday I was contacted by a small (one man band) building firm. He wants me to do a website and promote it. Great - but there's  a problem.

We both live in a very small town, population 40,000. For every keyword there is - there's no competition. The Adwords tool doesn't show any searches at all.

I'm just a little concerned about putting hundreds of links onto his pages. Is there a way using SeNukeXCr I can drip feed say 2 to 3 links every week so it doesn't look suspicious?

I have to be cautious because only yesterday one of my pages that was ranking number one on
Google's page one has been slapped out of existence - that freaked me out.
asked in SEO category by user matthew44

1 Answer

+11 votes
Hello! That is a great news! :-) Congratulations! For one of my sites - there are 20 inner pages - Google keyword tool also shows no activity with these keywords, BUT - I do have phone calls for these areas and the prices for the job are nice. So there is no guarantee that if it shows nothing that there is no potential clients there! :-)

There are many factors with the SEO - first you must know the age of the site + repair something on the site itself to make it on page SEO 100% perfect. If it is built to rank for some areas - I would suggest putting Google Maps on the particular page - it really works for the ranking in Google + you can create a video for the client + post it on YouTube + use fiverr to get some likes, views and comments - it helps ranking again + put the embedded code on all pages. YouTube is Google property so when it crawls the pages - google loves videos as it owns YouTube :-)

Now about the link building... It is pretty risky whenever you are working with clients... I used to rank this site - on #1, #2 places in Google with SeNuke XCr, BUT then I wanted to try one private blog network - HUGE mistake! Everything went to oblivion - #500... So with the clients - more research is needed.

That is why I am creating inner pages (for the keyword and the area) + I am creating backlinks with DIFFERENT KEYWORDS every time. For example if I want to rank "carpet cleaners Chelsea" - the first campaign - 14 days is for the keywords: carpet cleaners Chelsea, Chelsea carpet cleaners, professional carpet cleaners Chelsea, expert Chelsea carpet washers, etc. - a lot, a lot of different LSI keywords - this is kind of a guarantee!

Also, social media backlinks are a great factor - you can order them from fiverr as well. Google now is doing another update (I am so tired of them!) and it really, really wants to get rid of the junk! So the link building most be done very carefully! And my opinion is: First - great on page optimized site + then steady linkbuilig. :-)

Also - if it is an UK site - then manual submission to directories (local ones) will help a lot! Nowadays SEO is not easy - and more work is needed - the client must know that - otherwise there are a lot of Indian guys (nothing against them - only respect) who are providing cheap and "GREAT SEO" with a bunch of submissions, but after 2 weeks the site will be NO WHERE TO BE FOUND! :-)
answered by user golearnweb
edited by user golearnweb
Alex, thank you so much for the lengthy and informative reply. I'm OK with onpage SEO, Youtube, Google+ authorship -, Google Maps etc you name it - I've studied it and am OK with it. The only thing I'm not sure about is how to drip feed links with SeNukeXCr.

I guess it comes down to the last page on SeNuke where it says - how many days do you want the submission doing? Am I right there? If this is the case then I'd be look for about 90 days - or would that be too silly?
I would do this:

20 keywords (LSI ones) + one big SeNuke XCr template for 15 days (90 is too much). After 15 days - another 20 keywords - different ones again and a different senuke template (again a big one) - and repeat with a third one - last one. After that I think if there is no competition - after the second submission (3 week approximately) - it will be on the first page, after the 3rd one - in top 5 - and meanwhile submit it manually to UK directories - Google loves local sites. :-)

Cheers, Alex
Thanks Alex,

I appreciate your help.

Kind regards