Wednesday, June 1, 2011

What Does it Take to Achieve Google First Page Results?

Many business owners and even webmasters want to know what it takes to achieve Google first page results. And even many more, never get those Google first page results they worked so hard for. Instead, there's lots of confusion, fixed ideas, and strange ideas, that have been passed around and have to do with Google rankings, Google algorithms, Google myths, and how exactly to achieve those Google first page results.

One of the most stressful factors of this process, one that leads to many website designers and business owners hiring an SEO firm or outsourcing the work, is the gratuitous amount of attention to detail that this requires.

In regards to the wrong way of trying to get in Google first page results; like trying to submit your URL to any number of free or paid search engine submission services is simply useless. In fact, since many of these services try to go for quantity rather than quality, they can result in more harm than help, especially when they are trying to use an automated script to generate links for you. 

Nothing beats search engine optimization done at the hand of a trained professional, and even though it requires more time, it will effectively boost you to Google first page results, permanently.

Things To Consider When You Are Trying To Get Google First Page Results:

First off, your content needs to be relevant while still sticking to specific keywords. Though it would be nice to be able to plaster your site full of hyper-linked keywords in order to land on the first page of Google results, that is not the way it works. 

By adhering to a specific topic you can ensure that when Google scans your site and your content, you check out as a legitimate blog or business. Along with this, your articles should be approximately three-hundred to five-hundred words in length, though exceeding three-hundred is much better than falling short.

Second, to get Google first page results for your site, you must create backlinks in the article itself that link to your page. This is probably one of the best tips and strategies; yet, 80-90% of Bloggers do not create on page links. The benefit being...This requires that you have keywords specified in the text of the link that will help search engines and readers identify the topic.

Third, you must adhere to a strict code of professionalism to strengthen your reputation. By reading and re-reading your content after it was penned, you can ensure that you catch any spelling or grammatical errors. Not only will this help make you prove your credibility, but it will also save you time when you post your work to an article submission service.

Fourth, after you have created relevant content with backlinks and no grammatical errors, you must post it in a directory to gain the most exposure. While it would be ideal to avoid having to perform this step to obtain Google first page results, generating good content is only half of getting your website noticed. Most popular sites dedicated to housing articles have high standards for quality, which helps them maintain their reputation and increase yours. But, stay away from article farms that accept any kind of content regardless of source or quality.

Fifth, and finally, trying to earn Google first page results is a process that takes time regardless of whether or not you are a veteran SEO analyst or a beginner. Because of this reason, many people choose to hire a third-party to generate content and backlinks, as the time they would need to spend on it is not available.

Once you know what you are doing you can create almost magic, and bend Google results to your will, almost everytime...

Here is photo proof of how powerful this technology can achieve Google first page results everytime...

Videos can work wonders, even better than blogs to get Google first page results.

Stay tuned...


  1. Great info. There are definitely many ways to improve your google rank. Hiring an seo agency is obviously one option. Or you can do it yourself. But all these new google updates are making search engine optimization so much harder than it used to be. I guess it's good though since it increases the quality of the internet content, but it also requires so much more effort now to get your page ranked higher. I guess there are pros and cons with everything.. I think it's intended more for the benefit of the customer than for the disadvantage of the internet marketers. It just depends on from what perspective you look at it.

  2. Ritaarvin,

    Thank you for your thoughtful response. You are absolutely right; it is getting harder to achieve first page results.

    Yet, I know one thing about Google and Youtube for certain.

    Great content, high quality content, is always recognized above anything else.

    That alone is the single most important factor in rankings...original and optimized content.

    Optimized for the keywords you wish to rank for; this can include the title of your Blog, article or video as well.

    Good luck in your rankings,