How To Get On Page 1 Of Google

March 31, 2011 by  Filed under: Search 

Everyone knows that getting on page 1 of Google is not easy, but if you can get there, you can make a lot out of it.

The following 6 points are the few major contributors for your website to be ranked high in Google as well as other search engines.

Accuracy and relevancy

Search results that match the information that people are looking for. Your content must be clear, concise and do not waste your visitor’s time by providing irrelevant or outdated information within your website. Please make the best endeavor to answer the questions your first time visitors are known to be interested in. The failure of a website to address key questions will cause visitors to exit and seek for answers from your competitors.

Social networking sites

Do not underestimate the importance of social networking sites, these are hidden keys to get on page 1 of Google and more traffic to your site, and most of the time it is free! Few years ago, these sites could aid you in driving some traffic to your websites, but today they can make a huge impact on your visitor counts.

Here are some high ranking social networking sites that will help you tremendously in getting free traffic and increasing your page rankings:

Myspace, Facebook, Friendster, YouTube, Linkedln and Classmates.

Create Quality organic inbound links

Avoid ‘link farming’ by using link submission services, as Google and other search engines clearly state that this practice can result in your site being penalized. The highest rated links are the ones that created using organic methods. Social media sites are often an overlooked source of great backlink building by posting resourceful original content and subsequently being shared or featured elsewhere.

Use relevant keywords

Getting high ranking in search engines is not easy, but this can be done. Here are some areas that you need to focus on in order to increase your search rankings and web traffic:

  • URL name
  • Keywords
  • Related keywords
  • Keyword and related keywords usage and density
  • Long-tailed search terms and phrases
  • High quality links to your site
  • Search engine submissions

Analyze page download rates.

Slow loading websites frustrate visitors; frustrated visitors will look elsewhere for their needs. These visitors will back click off a website and visit the competitor’s websites, and this will result in poor conversion rate, reduce in traffic and of course lost your potential leads.

Mobile page download

There are more and more searches are now being done by ‘Smart’ phones and other wireless technology. These new technology very often have slower internet connections and less bandwidth tolerance. Hence, it is expected in the near future, Google will put more weight on page download rates to address this foreseeable trend. The sooner a company embraces this emerging market, the bigger competitive advantage it will gain.

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Article Source:

Anthony Reis - EzineArticles Expert Author

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