At first, I thought, getting a double listing in Google was just a pure game of chance. But Andy Jenkins proved me wrong. Watch this Going Natural 2.0 video of him and learn how to do it for websites. It’s a 22-minute video tutorial that is really worth watching. Watch it first, before continue reading. 😉 Sorry, but I can’t embed it here, so after watching, just come back here, ok?
Now, how do we apply it for blogs? A blog is a website, isn’t it? So, if he did it on his website, we can do it on our blogs too. Here’s what I did.
1. Select a blog post that is already on the first page of Google for a particular keyword.
2. Create another blog post with the same keyword density as the first blog post.
3. Link to your original blog post.
4. Edit your original blog post and link to your newly created blog post.
5. Optimize your new blog post by getting more links and try to have it land on the first page of Google for the same keyword.
6. When it hit the first page of Google for the same keyword, Google has no other choice but to make a double listing.
I am currently experimenting on this for the peter answer keyword. As of now, my original blog post is on the first page of Google SERPs and my other blog post is already on the second page. I am hoping to reach the first page before this year ends. LOL! Not really. I actually did some social bookmarking submission for the second blog post and see if Gary Baybayan’s strategy will work on mine.