If you wish to get leads and sales on the internet, you will have to get on the first page of Google.
This is because that’s where the online battle is fought and won.
Statistically, 63 percent of the most clicks go to the first five positions on the first page in Google, together with the number 1 spot, taking 42% of the clicks.
Being on the first page, can mean the difference between your site’s success or failure.
Yet, how can you get on the first page of Google?
When somebody searches for something in Google, Google will do its best to bring the most relevant, authoritative, and popular results it could.
Now, as a result of this, the sites which are most relevant, popular and authoritative get the initial spots.
So, this report will show you exactly what to do to get your site to be those 3 things, and inspire Google to set you on the initial page for the world to see.
How does Google determine relevance?
This is the reason why keyword research is so vital. If you know what keywords your prospects are searching for, you want to add them to your website in strategic places, so that Google can justify the value of your website.
You see, having an excellent website is not sufficient. Google needs to ascertain that is relative to their audience’s research.
So where do you put the keywords?
Here are the following areas that Google looks for key words in order to determine relevance:
Most important – Meta tag, H1 name, URL (or at the end of your URL), and in your site content.
Unfortunately, adding keywords to your website is only 10% of the battle. The best challenge is having Google consider your site more authoritative than everybody’s else’s website online.
This is 90% of the battle everyone on the internet are fighting right now.
Now, Google judges a site’s authority like most Universities do – it’s based on how much your information is cited, quoted or in the event of your website, how many times someone else links to your website.
Generally it is based on how many connections you have, the quality and authority of the places linking to you, and all of the different places that are linking to you.
Volume – The more links you have the better.
Quality – The higher authority or”page ranking” of those places linking to you the better.
Diversity – The more different areas link to you the better.
The great news is, that the more links you can get, the easier it will be to increase your positioning in Google. The good thing is, you’ve put the effort in getting people to link to you.
Google has just started to use this as a measure – because of the enormous influence of social networking.
So Google does look to see how popular your site is on areas like Facebook and Twitter. The further mentions you have the more positive Google will see your site as something they would like to reveal their searchers.
Consequently, if you can improve your influence by acquiring more mentions in Facebook, and more tweets and retweets in Twitter, you will improve your chances at getting on the first page.
. .How can you do all this in under 30 days?
I will show you 4 steps that will give you the best chance at seeing your site on the first page of Google in the next 4 weeks.
- Find low to medium aggressive keywords to optimize your website with.
There are lots of words that have low to moderate competition, yet still get lots of traffic.
The most valuable being local keywords. Local keywords are keywords with a city, town etc. next to it (i.e.: locksmith Los Angeles, small business coach orange county, etc.).
If you can identify these, and add these to your site, you might be able to get on the first page with no links, in as little as two weeks (I had a client do it in 1 and half weeks).
To get accurate keyword information, use the Google Keyword Tool.
- Write a blog, or post and submit it to site and article directories.
Blog and article directories are sites which will publish an article you write at no cost. The best part however, is that if you add a link for your site in your article, it is going to be counted as a hyperlink.
What’s miraculous is that there are over 500 of these websites you can send your post to – that will publish them, and give you an instant 500 links to your website.
- Turn that same blog or article into multiple kinds of media.
Did you know that you can convert your blog or post into a press release? Or did you know you could turn it into a movie, RSS feed, classified, Internet 2.0 or social media post?
Also there are hundreds of places that sponsor media releases, videos, RSS feeds, classified ads, Web 2.0, and social media posts – which will post yours for free.
The best part is that if you post your material on these hosting sites, and you add a link to your website – Voila! You create a couple hundred. . .even thousand more links.
- Use social bookmarking for Google to count your links quicker.
Once you create all of this content throughout the web, the challenge is waiting for Google to crawl or index those sites so that your links could be counted.
It may take as long as 3 months for Google to do this, which is too long if you would like to start getting customers now.
By bookmarking the sites that you post your site or article to, it sends a signal to the”Google bot” to index that site quicker, helping you get the hyperlink credit you deserve.
There you have it. By following this formula, you will have the ability to get your website on the first page of Google in less than 30 days.
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