How To Rank #1 On Google In 30 Seconds – Watch Us Do It (Live Recording)
If you know what you’re doing, you can rank #1 on Google in as little as 30 seconds. Watch us do it live and see for yourself how fast you can rank your own website.
The secret? Follow clean, white hat practices, you can rank on the first page of Google within moments of publishing your content. Here’s what you need to know.
Easy Wins For Ranking # 1
If your website does not have authority, the last thing you want to do is only target search terms that your more authoritative competitors can beat you out of every time. You won’t rank, you won’t get traffic, and you’ll just give up in the end. Play the game smart.
Example: A small mortgage company in Norfolk, VA would crazy to target the search term ‘mortgage loans‘. There are over 400,ooo webpages competing for that term. Why waste the time and energy? There are Companies like Bankrate.com and QuickenLoans.com will beat them every time.
On the other hand, an easy win would be something like ‘mortgage companies norfolk‘ where there are only 72 pages on the entire web that are optimized for this terms (as of the date of this post).
That’s an opportunity that is GUARANTEED to be an easy win.
It’s always a great idea to find ‘easy wins’. Look for keywords that have very little competition and optimize pages for all of those opportunities. Never stop. Even if the search term only gets 50 searches / month, it’s still super valuable over time. See this video for tips on finding easy wins.
Side Note: Don’t waste time posting content that is not designed to convert sales. I’ve seen too many people write blogs that, may get some traffic, but it’s the wrong kind, and never results in leads.
Let’s look at the math.
50 – Number of searches for an easy win search term
17.5 – Number of clicks you pick up if you only win 35% of the clicks.
210 – Number of clicks you get over a 1 year.
Now, if you do this just once a week, that’s 52 new pages created targeting easy wins.
210 (clicks per page created) x 52 (new pages created / year) = 10,920 Clicks per year.
Now imagine if you do this year after year. The image below an actual screenshot from Google Analytics. This is what gains look like when to take this approach.
The trend is up……How’s your analytics doing?
What to Do if You Want to Target Competitive Terms
Yes, you can win and rank for more competitive industry search terms. To do this, you’ll need to convince Google that you’re deserving of being ranked on page 1 of their results. But how do you convince Google that your content is worthy? The answer is simple. You convince other website owners that your content is valuable, and have them link to your website.
Google sees these links as votes. And the more authoritative those links (votes) are, and the more you get, the higher Google will rank your content.
Here are a few important considerations for Link Building and ranking Factors:
Linking Domain Age: Backlinks from older domains may be more powerful than new domains. However, that’s not always the case.
# of Linking Root Domains: The number of referring domains is one of the most important factors in Google’s ranking algorithm.
# of Links from Separate C-Class IPs: Links from separate class-c IP addresses suggest a wider breadth of sites linking to you.
# of Linking Pages: The total number of linking pages — even from the same domain (though it much better when spread out).
Backlink Anchor Text: DON’T over optimize. Most anchor text should me your brand name, naked urls, or terms like ‘click here’ and ‘learn more’.
Alt Tag (for Image Links): Alt text serves as the anchor text for images.
Authority of Linking Page: The authority of the referring page has been an extremely important ranking factor since Google’s early days and still is.
Links from Bad Neighborhoods: Links from so-called “bad neighborhoods” may hurt your site. Watch out for cheap link building schemes. These can very easily cause a negative impact to your rankings. I can’t say it plainly enough…Google is not stupid. You will not fool them. Don’t take chances.
Diversity of Link Types: Having an unnaturally large percentage of your links coming from a single source (ie. forum profiles, blog comments) may be a sign of webspam. On the other hand, links from diverse sources is a sign of a natural link profile.