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Easy Steps to Get Onto Google Top Search Pages

Posted on February 5, 2020 by Simon Maury

To get on Google's top pages can be done by following a few straightforward steps. This procedure works well for companies working within a local area i.e. Lowell Pizza, or business with unique keyword phrases, i.e. Kraton thermoplastic rubber. The steps below outline a simple method to do content optimization. By following the procedure on your home page, you can achieve a high Google ranking. I'll be assuming you have a basic understanding of html code.

To optimize your website you need to ascertain what keywords you wish to use.

This is one of the main actions. Without the correct keyword phrases, your customers won't find you, no matter how well your website is ranked. Think about about five keyword phrases. Then see if your phrases are what people actually type in.

The next step is to design the name tag. Presently Google ranks this as one of the most significant factors. Ideally you want to have all of your keyword phrases in the title. I find it more sensible to have your top keyword phrase followed by your companies' name. When it is possible, consider putting keywords that appear on your other keyword phrases. Ensure that you keep the name to about 70 characters. Google won't take in all the words on a very long title.

The next step is to maximize the titles of your graphic images. Rename the graphic picture's file name to your keyword phrases. Separate each word with a -. Do this only once for each keyword term you risk Google classifying you as a spammer. Once you rename the picture image, place your keyword phrases in the alt tag.

The next step I do is place I do is put in the body text. The more text your body gets the better. Currently you ought to have more then 250 words and less then 1200 words. (1000 being the best ). Now you must insert your keyword phrases. If your keyword phrase is gramically incorrect, attempt to set the words for every phrase close together. Google uses proximity in determine how significant your webpage is. Your keywords should appear a lot initially. A little in the center of the record, then more in the end. You should strive to get a 3% density ratio, or every keyword to appear 1 time out of every 33 words.

Aside from the name, the header provides a whole lot of weight on your Google rankings. The HTML tag provides the best pull. Some savvy internet programs use CSS files to substitute the standard header font with something more pleasing to their website. Use another header for each keyword phrase if possible. Currently in the event you have your keyword phrase in over three header tags, Google will start to downgrade your record.

There should be one link in your page for each keyword phrase. Each link needs to get the exact words appear in it, which appear on your keyword phrase. Sometime this isn't possible to do.

To boost up your page ranks even more try making some of your keywords bold faced or italic. I would advise making each keyword bold or italic once. If you do it to many times, you run the risk of being classified as a spammer.

I hope you found the above information helpful in getting your site onto Google. I've done this for websites for a chiropractor, a driving school and a furniture refinisher. All have appeared on the first page of Google doing just the above mentioned work!