Google Page 1
Last Update: Sep 17, 2023
Google Page 1
I've published a couple of blog posts on WA recently about my experiment to get similar posts on two unrelated sites onto Google Page 1.
Without using social media, Pinterest, YouTube or anything other than SEO.
I'm pleased to report that this has now been achieved (though still subject to the Google Dance).
Have 1 blog post from one site on Google Page 1, 2 from both sites on Page 2 and also 4 from both sites on Bing Page 2, all for a relevant keyword/search term.
If anyone's interested, I can do step by step training here on WA, but here's the overview:
One of the sites is directed at affiliate marketing and the other is directed at anti-aging, so there's a Venn diagram type overlap - seniors who are interested in affiliate marketing.
I bought some relevant PLR from high-quality authors (around $20 gave me enough material for around 20 articles).
I used ChatGPT to "rephrase" the articles. As this doesn't change any of the facts, just the wording of how they are presented, there are no issues of accuracy or plagiarism.
I created blog posts on one of the websites from the rephrased articles, adding images, categories, tags and excerpts, along with my own tweaks to the wording and published them at the rate of around one a day.
After a while, starting with the first blog post, I got ChatGPT to rephrase again to create a different article for the second web site. I used different images etc. that were more suitable to that site.
As always, I submitted each article to GSC for indexing.
After a few days, articles from both sites started to climb the Google rankings, culminating with the first appearance on Page 1 yesterday.
So I'm considering it a successful experiment 😊.
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