I was recently reading the Webmaster forum and a thread grabbed my attention – which said – “Be on Google’s front page in less than one hour”.
I found out that how it was explained – not actually ripping off his idea – but trying to explain the other things which could evolve around this. The idea was to submit press release and be on number one.
Not True Always
Submitting press release for the sake of ranking could be true for some niches but not for all niches. When you search for non-competitive keywords, press release could give you benefit but if you go for highly competitive keywords press release will work in no way.
Therefore, you need to take care of this when you are trying for the seo.
On the other side, when you press release you are trying to explain something via this to media – therefore you can rank high on the Google news for submitting press release – even if you do press release for high competitive keywords – but not always on the home page.
For grabbing quick attention you need to optimize your press release not only with the keywords but also with the submission. You need to submit it to press release directories.
There may be many different options for different people to catch for spam – or spam related offers but it is always hard to pickup initially that will it end in spam or not.
But if you look at the SEO offers you can easily make out that what is going on – as it may not be too hard to get – but some offers could look mouth watering.
I was surfing at webmaster form and a thread grabbed my attention – it was about getting the page rank and that’s also within 30mins and if this was not enough for a big LOL – then wait for more – it said that PR5 can be achieved within 30mins – with some methods.
Now this is what you call spam – foolish spam – see simple to understand that PRs are not daily or hourly calculated. They take their time and calculation and get updated within that time frame – nothing can be controlled.
Yes you can do the methods – to have your PR rise – but not within 30mins.
This is not recommended by any-any one to try any method, which could completely damage your search engine reputation, and if Google gets angry on you – there might be a possibility it will de-list you.
As one cannot be 100% sure that how Google rates things and at what moment it will mark that particular method as blackhat. The best example in this case would be of directory submission – how Google behaved on the paid submission directories.
Therefore, slow and steady win the race.