SEO Review: September 17, 2012

Joe’s SEO Campaign

This week we’re looking at 41 #1 rankings and 65 top 10’s.  That’s down two and up one respectively.  I’m thinking at some point a number of the #1’s might drop a bit, since they’re on relatively new pages and jumped up as quickly as they did, but maybe I’ll be surprised.

Eric’s SEO Campaign

We’re holding steady with two #1 rankings and 12 in the top 10 this week.  There was a good bit of up and down movement all over the campaign though.

Nilesh’s SEO Campaign

While most of the rankings for both of Nilesh’s domains were pretty stable, the majority of the rankings that did move did so in a positive direction.  The primary domain has six top 10 rankings, which is down one from last week, though overall the campaign showed improvement.  The secondary domain has one #1 with all terms ranking in the top 10, up one top 10 from last week.

Larry’s SEO Campaign

One #1 and three top 10’s still.  Three of the terms dropped, but all the rest moved up, so it’s trending in the right direction.  Larry and I discussed several that would help his SEO efforts last week.

Danielle’s SEO Campaign

Danielle’s campaign showed some very good signs of improvement this week, increasing from five top 10 rankings to eight.  While there were a few -1’s and -2’s, every other term improved by anywhere from one spot to 27, with the exception of the two that were ranked at #2.  Those stayed where they were.

Ben’s SEO Campaign

This past week we added quite a few articles to Ben’s website, and we’ve staggered their publishing to one or two a week.  This was done so the site wouldn’t be flooded with new content, but show a steady increase.

This week Ben’s holding steady at five top 10 rankings (all ranked either #2 or #3).  There was a lot of small negative movement, but one of the major terms jumped 23 spots to #21.  Looking at the history of that particular search phrase, it appears to be trending up.  In fact, it’s made large jumps every week to week and a half.

Kevin’s SEO Campaign

Kevin’s young and cautious campaign still has four search phrases ranked, though none are yet in the top 10.  I know that Kevin is in the process of adding close to a100 pages to his site, so when the additional content rolls out it should start pushing things up.

Bill’s SEO Campaign

Bill’s keywords were shored up last week.  I haven’t had time to start tracking them yet, but by next week I can guarantee that we’ll have some initial rankings to look at.

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