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How to Get the Ranking You Always Wanted!

Posted on September 19, 2021 by Simon Maury

Is your web site well ranked (In the top ten search results) in the results? If not, you want to read this and get the ranking you always dreamed of getting with your web site! I will demonstrate how you can get your web site a top ten ranking in the search engines with these few easy-to-do measures.

Website Design - Your web site's structure will determine how the spiders read your site and the speed of them indexing the web pages. There needs to be more text articles then HTML content. The pages should validate and be usable in most of the leading browsers (Internet Explorer, Firefox, Chrome, etc.). Also take a look at your website in a text browser, this can provide you good idea of what the spiders see and when it can work with a text browser, it may work with almost any other browser.

Stay away from using Java, Flash, Java script, scripting like that can trap the spiders, which will result in them not to index your content. Go external with scripting languages if you want them that bad, use something like CSS (Cascading Style Sheets). Your web site should respond almost immediately to requests. If you get into 3 to 4 minutes delay until it loads, you want to cut back on the images and total web page size. Keep the web page under 20k if at all possible, but keep it at 5k. Do not use frames, neither the traffic nor the search engines like it and should not be used for almost any reason.

Content - Web pages must have 200 to 1500 words. Place your target keywords in bold, underline, heading and italics text. Spiders reads webpages top to bottom and they also know that the primary keyword should appear in the first couple of sentences. Which means your targeted key words should appear high on the page, within the first few words, also they ought to be in the center and near the end of the content. The keyword density should be between 5 and 15%, but do not lose sleep over it, just ensure that you receive a density of 5%.

Meta and Title Tags - Meta tags are thought by many search engine optimization specialists to have little impact, If any at all, but it is still recommended, just in case it is still a factor. The description tag is still occasionally used in the search engines as description of their web site, so try to be imaginative and describe your webpage's content and not just for the search engines, but for your visitors also. Also remember to not use the identical description label for each web page, some search engines might think the page is too similar to the other pages and end up banning you.

You should put your keywords in keyword label, keep it to 15, make sure your main keyword appears first though. The title tag is quite important part of the webpage. Both the search engines and visitors will probably see this, so be intelligent and creative with it. Try to have your most important keyword to look and keep it brief, there is no demand for 20 or 30 words to appear in the title tag.

Links - Look around your keyword sector in Google, you'll discover lots of web sites that are helpful to your customers and to your rank. Try to swap links with one web site each day. Nearly every topic has an on-topic directory, go submit to them. When you receive requests for link exchanges, check out the site before giving the OK. Check to find out if they're using any spam methods and be sure that they're recorded in the search engines. Also make sure it's a website like your web site's topic.

One way backlinks are the top backlinks a website can get because most reciprocal link exchanges are only for link popularity and search engines know about this growing problem. But they're tough to get, one way to get them is by buying them or another is by writing articles and allowing others to use them in their web site for content, along with a link back to your web site.

Insite Cross Links - Link to on topic content across your web site. Web pages should not be no longer then 3 clicks away from the home page. They ought to be close to the origin as possible.

Submission - once you've insured you've done all of the above, you are able to submit to the search engines, such as Google or Bing. Really, if you get enough traffic you won't have to submit to some of them and instead they'll find you. There's some disagreement that submitting to the search engines rather than letting them find you can hurt your position, so you might decide to sit back and let them find you. Also notice, that by submitting won't speed it up any and in reality that the fastest way to get from the index, is by getting backlinks.