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is it possible to defeat Google on their search engine?

Discussion in 'SEO, Social Media & Online Marketing Forum:' started by harryptx, Nov 16, 2016.

  1. harryptx

    harryptx New Member

    I would start a new webmaster forum for my blog site and ranking it to top search but when i check this keyword "webmaster forum", Google is getting 2 first positions (as the picture)


    I don't know if i build a new webmaster forum it is possible to defeat Google on their search engine to get top 1 on Google search?

    I have seen many cases like this and waiting for a valuable answer.

  2. Paul Murray

    Paul Murray Moderator Staff Member

    It's hard to say, Google's algorithm is a closely guarded secret, so it's not really possible to know if they weight SERPs in their favour. One thing I suspect is many more people will be searching for the official Google webmaster forums, and it's likely to assume the algorithm will take into account which pages are visited directly after a search takes place. Chances are most people who search for "webmaster forum" ARE looking for the official Google one, hence why it's at the top. On that assumption alone I'd say it's not possible to beat them.

    You could try using PPC to get to the top of the results, or at least directly after them. Try and track down a voucher that gives you some free adwords credit, create a campaign, and see if your'e at the top.
  3. Levi

    Levi Moderator Staff Member

    Age of the website, how many quality links go to that website, amount of posts on a forum all play a part in how an item ranks... not to mention your own search history using google. I typed in the same search query and got a completely different set of results to you.
  4. Tony Hardy

    Tony Hardy Well-Known Member

    I have a feeling, Google won't let you outrank Google on Google. Just doesn't seem like that will ever happen.
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  5. Simon Rayson

    Simon Rayson New Member

    Google will have there adds set to always be top. If your adds were set with a budget of £5 a click Google would have £5.01 per click and as such always be on top.
  6. harryptx

    harryptx New Member

    it is not a good news when hearing but I will try some ways and see how they work or not.

    PPC is pretty expensive and I am sure i can not go with it in long term.

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