How Do I Get My Website To Page 1 Of Google?
by JasonLeeHQ, Window Shopper
- Created: September 26, 2013, 1:29 pm
- Updated: September 26, 2013, 1:34 pm
Here is a step by step breakdown on how to successfully rank in Google. Remember, if you are running an online business and you aren't on Page 1 of Google for a variety of search terms (keywords) that your customers are looking for, then it's likely your business doesn't have enough gas. So... Step 1: Develop 10 pieces of keyword rich content for your site in the form of blog posts, tips, or tactics. By keyword rich, that means a keyword density in that given article of 2-3%. So if your search term is "blue roses" then that phrase should show up 2-3 times for a 100 word article. Step 2: Include videos embedded in the article from YouTube. This will help a ton since YouTube is an authority site and will pass its link power to your site. Just make sure to change the alt text, image, and video text to match the keyword phrase the article is trying to rank for. So for a jpg it would be blueroses.jpg. Step 3: Find a list of Web 2.0 sites that you can subscribe to, and start posting relevant content with links leading to your related articles. Backlinking is a very powerful (if not the most powerful) way to help you climb the search engines. Step 4: Do a search for blogs related to the term your ranking for. Go over to them and comment on related posts. Ensure your user name is linked to your site, this should help boost your rankings. Step 5: Find a great keyword research tool you can use and research keywords that have high traffic searches with low competition. This will save you time from writing about things no one cares about. We have suggestions on our website for these tools if you have trouble finding one you like. Step 6: Setup social media accounts for your business and start helping your audience. Post helpful content 75% of the time, and link to offers 25%. Make sure when sending a reader to an offer you don't just blast them with a sales page. There should be a well written landing page that presells them first! Good luck!
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