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Maximum Back-links Detector Software!
« on: October 26, 2010, 09:13:48 AM »
Hi Jonathan Leger,

Is it possible to build a software that I can just tell to give me a list of keywords that only needs a particular  maximum number of back-links (e.g. 10) to rank #1 or #2 and so on?

How I wish this kind of software exist Jonathan Leger?!

Or what do you great JL forum members or JL fans think about this?

Thanks.

Re: Maximum Back-links Detector Software!
« Reply #1 on: October 26, 2010, 12:37:27 PM »
Position in the SERP is not determine solely by a # of baclinks.
Other factors have to be taken into account.

Take Facebook for exemple. Your post's ranking will be determine by the following formula.

sum =
     ?= Ue We de
           |    |   L>>time decay (recent traffic-or not)
           |    L>>weight (value of the reffered entity- is it a video, a photo or an article?)
           L>>affinity (between the referred and the reffering)

For Google there are even more factors.

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Re: Maximum Back-links Detector Software!
« Reply #2 on: October 26, 2010, 09:38:21 PM »
There is a study by Jon which proves that, for niche marketing, the number of anchor text links pointing to a page is an overwhelming factor in ranking, if not the sole factor.

awoob, you can try installing  a free toolbar called EverProfits Toolbar and see whether it helps you, I do not certify the security aspects of the Toolbar though. It will not magically throw up the keyword that you are looking for but will show you if you have hit a jackpot.

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« Reply #3 on: October 26, 2010, 10:28:22 PM »
Doesnt WCA do that?

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Re: Maximum Back-links Detector Software!
« Reply #4 on: October 26, 2010, 11:02:04 PM »
Doesnt WCA do that?

WCA doesn't do that. WCA only gives you result for a keyword you've already known or doing research on. I mean a software working like Niche Horde that you can tell to give you set of keywords that requires a particular maximum number of back-links needed to rank for it just like Niche Horde gives you a set of keywords having a particular maximum number of SOC.

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Re: Maximum Back-links Detector Software!
« Reply #5 on: October 26, 2010, 11:03:48 PM »
Doesnt WCA do that?

WCA shows you the number of backlinks needed for a particular key word. I THINK awoob is looking for something that will search for keywords currently unknown to the user and which only have a low number of backlinks pointing to them - sort of the other way round?

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Re: Maximum Back-links Detector Software!
« Reply #6 on: October 26, 2010, 11:12:38 PM »
Position in the SERP is not determine solely by a # of baclinks.
Other factors have to be taken into account.

Take Facebook for exemple. Your post's ranking will be determine by the following formula.

sum =
     ?= Ue We de
           |    |   L>>time decay (recent traffic-or not)
           |    L>>weight (value of the reffered entity- is it a video, a photo or an article?)
           L>>affinity (between the referred and the reffering)

For Google there are even more factors.

I know that there are many factors determining position in the SERP, and  not determine solely by the # of back-links.

However, there is no doubt that number of backlinks is one of the major factors. Meanwhile, I haven't come across a software that can give upfront the maximum number of backlinks needed for a set of keywords just like Niche Horde gives the maximum number of SOC with respect to a set of keyword upfront.

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Re: Maximum Back-links Detector Software!
« Reply #7 on: October 26, 2010, 11:16:08 PM »
Doesnt WCA do that?

WCA shows you the number of backlinks needed for a particular key word. I THINK awoob is looking for something that will search for keywords currently unknown to the user and which only have a low number of backlinks pointing to them - sort of the other way round?

Exactly Meg, you get my point 100%.

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Re: Maximum Back-links Detector Software!
« Reply #8 on: October 27, 2010, 08:13:34 AM »
There is a study by Jon which proves that, for niche marketing, the number of anchor text links pointing to a page is an overwhelming factor in ranking, if not the sole factor.

awoob, you can try installing  a free toolbar called EverProfits Toolbar and see whether it helps you, I do not certify the security aspects of the Toolbar though. It will not magically throw up the keyword that you are looking for but will show you if you have hit a jackpot.

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Re: Maximum Back-links Detector Software!
« Reply #9 on: October 27, 2010, 09:08:41 AM »

I mean a software working like Niche Horde that you can tell to give you set of keywords that requires a particular maximum number of back-links needed to rank for it just like Niche Horde gives you a set of keywords having a particular maximum number of SOC.

I suppose this is rather like trying to "pick the low hanging fruit" as the saying goes. I suppose what would be needed would be to look at all the searches being made - especially what are called the "long tail searches" and then to see how many backlinks are available for those searches? The prize would be to get searches with lots of hits but few backlinks. Maybe this would be an extension to keyword snatcher?

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Re: Maximum Back-links Detector Software!
« Reply #10 on: October 27, 2010, 09:27:41 AM »


I suppose this is rather like trying to "pick the low hanging fruit" as the saying goes. I suppose what would be needed would be to look at all the searches being made - especially what are called the "long tail searches" and then to see how many backlinks are available for those searches? The prize would be to get searches with lots of hits but few backlinks. Maybe this would be an extension to keyword snatcher?

In fact, you are a very intelligent human being. This is exactly where I was trying to drive at, it is only that I was avoiding to mention keyword snatcher, thinking it may be another software. It would be very great if keyword snatcher could be showing the number of backlinks needed to rank for each keyword. It will also be very fantastic, if one could also control keyword snatcher to only show keywords requiring a particular maximum number of backlinks to rank #1 either by entering a seed keyword/keyword phrase or without entering a seed keyword/keyword phrase.

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« Reply #11 on: October 27, 2010, 09:46:39 AM »
It would have to fill some kind of chart because not all backlinks have the same value.

a
pr4 bl = 101 pr1
pr4 bl = 18 pr2
pr4 bl = 3 pr3



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give you set of keywords that requires a particular maximum number of back-links needed


Quantity is ok but you MUST add Quality to the equation because as you can see 1 pr9 = .5mil pr1s.
And we dont even talk about the 0pr ones.

So even if a kw has only 100 BL, if they all are pr5 then you would still need 100,000 bl to beat it.
You would have to build them over time, unless you only want a temporary page 1 listing,
the time to make a quick sale on flippa. :)

No way IMO you can run that on your desktop.
Jon would have to do all the work then sell his list to the subscribers - bye bye exclusivity.

To not have to rent many servers to do the job, Jon could tap in the power of WCA and collect the results
obtained by the users and put them in a database - in a TBS thesaurus way - (would have to repair the Page pr in
the Deep Link Analysis report though.  ;))

Anything is feasible, depends on the will and energy you want to put in.
Anyway it cost nothing to brainstorm about it.

As a WCA users, would I have the choice to untick the [Contribute to Database] option so I do not
have to pay a subscription?





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