Authority Site Question
2014-10-01, 09:37 PM,
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I found a low/no competition niche without any website optimized for that certain keyword. There are some authority sites (not like wikipedia) on the SERP but with different content. No website on the first page is aimed to rank for that keyword. These websites even don't name that exact keyword in their articles. Their onpage SEO for that keyword is really zero. Will it still be easy to outrank them or not because they are authority sites?

“...talent means nothing, while experience, acquired in humility and
with hard work, means everything.” ― Patrick Süskind
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2014-10-01, 09:39 PM,
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It´s possible but will take some time.
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2014-10-01, 11:11 PM, (This post was last modified: 2014-10-01, 11:12 PM by ninjals.)
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Also check their backlinks profile, PR , DA, CF etc.

outch...I meant "Also check their backlinks profile, PR , DA, CF etc."

There is a Typo in the first post..Cant edit :(
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2014-10-01, 11:23 PM,
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(2014-10-01, 09:37 PM)funky kong Wrote: I found a low/no competition niche without any website optimized for that certain keyword. There are some authority sites (not like wikipedia) on the SERP but with different content. No website on the first page is aimed to rank for that keyword. These websites even don't name that exact keyword in their articles. Their onpage SEO for that keyword is really zero. Will it still be easy to outrank them or not because they are authority sites?

If they are real authority sites than your chances are 0.001% and even if you go for it it will take a huge huge budget and long time with your chances being slim again.
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2014-10-01, 11:35 PM,
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(2014-10-01, 11:23 PM)Night_Wolf Wrote:
(2014-10-01, 09:37 PM)funky kong Wrote: I found a low/no competition niche without any website optimized for that certain keyword. There are some authority sites (not like wikipedia) on the SERP but with different content. No website on the first page is aimed to rank for that keyword. These websites even don't name that exact keyword in their articles. Their onpage SEO for that keyword is really zero. Will it still be easy to outrank them or not because they are authority sites?

If they are real authority sites than your chances are 0.001% and even if you go for it it will take a huge huge budget and long time with your chances being slim again.

Sites with 1k - 5k organic backlinks. But only article's are listed for this keyword. The listed links have 5 to 50 backlinks which aren't related to this keyword like the article itself.

“...talent means nothing, while experience, acquired in humility and
with hard work, means everything.” ― Patrick Süskind
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2014-10-02, 12:42 AM,
#6
(2014-10-01, 11:35 PM)funky kong Wrote:
(2014-10-01, 11:23 PM)Night_Wolf Wrote:
(2014-10-01, 09:37 PM)funky kong Wrote: I found a low/no competition niche without any website optimized for that certain keyword. There are some authority sites (not like wikipedia) on the SERP but with different content. No website on the first page is aimed to rank for that keyword. These websites even don't name that exact keyword in their articles. Their onpage SEO for that keyword is really zero. Will it still be easy to outrank them or not because they are authority sites?

If they are real authority sites than your chances are 0.001% and even if you go for it it will take a huge huge budget and long time with your chances being slim again.

Sites with 1k - 5k organic backlinks. But only article's are listed for this keyword. The listed links have 5 to 50 backlinks which aren't related to this keyword like the article itself.

I must see the sites in question to give you proper answer bud.
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