Saturday, February 15, 2014

Get Google First Page Results



It’s time again to get Google first page results. With all the Google changes and updates these past few years, it has really upset the status quo applecart; but at the same time, it has also re-leveled the playing field for most conscientious marketers and ethical bloggers. With the right mix of high quality and relevant content, combined with a splash of social buzz, means you can create some big effects; especially, if you know how to get your content out there and unto the communication lines of the world. Keep in mind, that getting Google first page results doesn’t have to be hard, unattainable, or a slow drawn out process.

First page results don’t just suddenly happen by themselves. It all begins with selecting the right content and the right vehicle for the widest distribution of your content. As you know, these days, content can and does come in many forms; in written form, as an online journal or blog; in the form of an audio product, as in a podcast or internet radio; and, in the form of a video, that can easily be uploaded to various video sharing sites, for immediate hosting and distribution. In other words, you can do more with less, and take any content, even the same content, and re-purpose it, re-engineer it, along multiple content management platforms; to reach out to a wider and more diverse audience.

Now, with this kind of power and distribution influence, any site, any content, can get out there and get heard above the crowd. For example, blogging platforms like Blogger and Wordpress, the free version, can get almost instantly indexed by the search engines; whereas, with lesser known or popular sites this may take weeks to months to achieve. Thus, making it a lot easier and faster for anyone to achieve those coveted first page results!

With mobile stats soaring through the stratosphere, creating mobile friendly sites is an almost a first page guaranteed certainty. Is your website or content mobile friendly? Additionally, social networking statistics are also growing by leaps and bounds. Using the most popular of these social sites will also be your best bet to attain and sustain your Google first page results.

Google +, replacing formerly known Google Places has grown to massive proportions over this past year or so, accumulating hundreds of millions of subscribers, using their Gmail accounts to access and communicate with the world. Google’s latest video based product Google Hangouts, is also recognized by most marketers to rank faster and even outrank YouTube videos in the Google search results.

Personally, as an internet researcher and marketer, I know of hundreds of different ways, using hundreds of different sites to get to those first page results. They all work well, some faster than others, while some produce amazing first page results in seconds, under a minute flat!

Learn what you can from those that can simply show you that those first page results are achievable, attainable and highly affordable; where you don’t have to spend a fortune to tap into free traffic in order to get those Google first page results!

Sunday, February 9, 2014

Every Time You Post a Blog You Increase Your Rankings



Factually speaking, every time you post a blog you increase your rankings. As you may or may not know, rankings rise and fall on every page, and not just on the first page! In other words, your positional rankings on any page are NEVER guaranteed (or so you are led to believe), as there are always going to be competitors trying to overtake you, or simply, new similar content that is also being ranked by Google accordingly!

On your blogs and posts, in order to maintain your first page rankings requires more than a posting here and there, or the odd pinging now and then; it takes both repetition and passion, otherwise, you have no business being in the blogging business, even if it’s not a business, you are still required (by the Google Algorithm) to produce something, in order to maintain or sustain your rankings!

How frequent or how periodic must your postings be to stay on that first page? As frequent as they need to be; especially, if you notice that your position suddenly dropped one or more places in the rankings. Currently, I manage a network of over one hundred blogs, and each one requires a scheduled 1-5 week patterned posting in order to maintain or improve my current rankings for that blog site. 

To get Google first page results requires consistency; just like anything else worthwhile; it must also be predictable and pleasurable. Meaning, my new posts better be expectantly, readable and informative, and not just recycled trash! Google is looking for well written and relevant content that gets socially shared! That’s it! That’s your  formula, for first page rankings.

With almost three years of blogging within this website alone, nearly ALL of my blog postings have made it to the first page for their respective keyword titles; surprisingly enough, almost 80% are still there, one-two-three years later! So for me, every time I have posted my blog I have personally and consistently increased my rankings; and nearly always, first page rankings! 

I am also going to go on a limb here and make another rash statement that many so called ‘informed’ bloggers rally against, that of ‘guaranteeing’ Google first page results! Why just last night, Google Alerted me to this writer, “Pat DePuy is a writer and photojournalist from Western New York. He has a BA in Visual Arts and New Media from SUNY Fredonia, and has been an active photographer for over six years. He now works as an Inbound Marketing Consultant for Mainstreethost while pursuing photographic endeavors in his...”

He had just posted his article to the business2community website, creatively entitled, “What’s Wrong with Guaranteeing First Page Search Results?” He goes on to say, “So while some sites may only need a few quick fixes to rank first-page, others require significant opt renovations and months of gradual indexing to find their way to the top. This is exactly why making a grand claim for first page rankings in a one-size-fits-all mentality is both irresponsible and misleading.

I left a comment, but it has not been posted as of yet. Over the years, and across countless websites and blogs, my rankings for first page results have been well documented, complete with screen captures and numerous educational YouTube videos; some of these, have even managed to rank on the first page search results in under a minute flat! 

Patrick, I would like to challenge you to any kind of test, ranking test, to prove to you that my ranking skills and SEO know-how are in fact real and genuine. Honestly and responsibly, I am easily and effortlessly able to get GUARANTEED Google first page results!