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I Got Lucky On A Small Domain Development Project

Posted On Saturday, February 6, 2010

Yesterday, I checked Web CEO for statistics on blushes.org and was amazed at what I saw.  Apparently I was able to optimize the site for a few terms which I thought might be next to impossible.  To put it a little better, I didn’t think I would be able to optimize the website for these terms in such a short amount of time.  Yahoo has indexed me for both “best blushes” and “blushes!”

best blushes – (19th)
blushes – (30th)

This is a huge accomplishment for me.  These are two of the top three terms I fully optimized the site for.  The other term which has yet to hit is the word blush.  I realize that I might not be indexed for such a word and won’t be disappointed if the site never gets picked up for the word blush.  I’ve come to except that you can’t always have your cake and eat it to.  The mere fact that I am close to eating all of the cake on this project puts me one step closer to optimizing a (.org) domain name which many people thought would not work.

Well guess what?  It worked and I am now reaping the benefits of my hard work.  Between the content writers I have created a strategic partnership with and the custom css templates I had designed, the sites that have been developed are turning into thoroughbreds.  Recently I was able to acquire another name which pertains to the beauty industry, curlers.org!  This is another name that I was able to get off of a drop.

The content writers are writing away and once they are done, I will have another domain name ready to deploy.  The methodology I have created is working and I am proud to detail moments like this.  Excuse me if I sound a bit arrogant, but when you have worked as hard as I have you can afford to celebrate just a bit. :)

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9 Comments so far
  1. Comment by Suneedh

    February 6, 2010 9:15 pm

    I personally think that you can do a much better job at the design of the site and content.

    You should consider putting in more content ( like 2-3 paragraphs per page ) and re-design the theme ( try using thesis – gives you a lot more control over the design and SEO ) and also there are a few other things you should be adding to the site to get to the top 10 in no time ( some SEO stuff ).

    :)

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    Jason Reply:

    Hey Suneedh,

    I appreciate the advice, but the design is secondary to me. These are based on a template we have come up with and they are being picked up very well by the search engines.

    If this were a complete site build out I would definitely want it to be ascetically pleasing to the visitor.

    Thanks for the input!

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  2. Comment by uberVU - social comments

    February 6, 2010 9:30 pm

    Social comments and analytics for this post…

    This post was mentioned on Twitter by dnpimping: I Got Lucky On A Small Domain Development Project http://su.pr/1dtEUY...

  3. Comment by Mojito Recipe

    February 7, 2010 6:15 am

    Congrats and thank you for sharing!

    From my experience, I have seen a new site initially rank high in Yahoo! and then almost disappear a few weeks later.

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    Jason Reply:

    Yep, that seems to be a common tend. I am just happy that the search engines are hitting for a few terms. I just checked today and the site has been dropped to position 43 for the term “blushes” but I expected that. I am still ranking in position 19 for the term “best blushes.”

    I am going to continue to study the stats and see how I can make further progress. Thanks for the comment Mojito!

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  4. Comment by JOn

    February 7, 2010 3:38 pm

    I personally see only ads… What content?

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  5. Comment by PPC Ian

    February 7, 2010 9:44 pm

    Great work, my friend, and congratulations! Blushes.org is a sweet domain name and I’m glad you are ranking well in search engines. Thanks for sharing your success!

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  6. Comment by Juvie Indiola

    February 1, 2013 2:31 am

    Thank you for sharing your great experience in designing. But would like to know more about content writing. Anyone can give great ideas about this.

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    DNP Admin Reply:

    I’ll let you keep that link, because I actually like the fact that your comment didn’t sound like spam. Consider today your lucky day. ;-)

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