Many homeowners have a number of questions about their website that they need answers to.
That’s especially true when it comes to SEO, the art and science of how to boost your website’s visibility in search engine results pages (SERPs).
It’s a good thing to know you can do a lot more than just go to a website, but if you know you can use a search engine, you have to know if you’re good at it. Or if you’ve got all the facts in one piece and don’t know the lay of the land.
If you use a search engine, you have to make sure you are getting the information you want in order to get the results you want. Here is a quick run down on what Google has to offer as a result of its search engine ranking algorithm, and what you need to get your website on page 1 or even higher.
So here is a quick run down on what Google has to offer as a result of its search engine ranking algorithm, and what you need to get your website on page 1 or even higher.
Google’s ranking algorithm is based on the keywords, the title, the description, the link count, and the importance of the site’s other links. The top-ranking pages are those that have the most highly ranked keywords. Those are the pages that are more likely to be clicked on, which is why the top-ranking pages are the pages that are likely to receive the most traffic.
Google is not only the “big engine” it is also one of the largest search-engine companies in the world. That fact alone makes it a very competitive market. So how are you going to make your website rank high in such a competitive market? One way is to use keywords and phrases that are linked to by other pages of your website to attract your own users.
I’m sure everyone has heard of Google AdWords, but I’m going to tell you that it’s not the only way to make your website rank high.
The second way is to use the Google search engine. In this case, and like AdWords, you are not only making the user-base of your website your biggest source of potential revenue, but you are also getting to know the user-base of the search engine you are using. As a result, you are able to figure out what keywords your user-base is using and how to improve the “authoritiy” of your pages.
In the AdWords case, it’s a little more complex. For example, you know you’re doing a good job of ranking for your keywords. You can also see that your rankings for the keywords you’re paying for are good. What you can’t see is how good the keywords you are paying for are. You can’t tell me that your best keywords are all the ones you’re paying for.