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How To Get Google Traffic to Your Website or Blog

Updated on February 28, 2015

The first thing you will need to do is submit your content to Google.

This is a fairly simple procedure.

Go here and follow the prompts to submit your content.

Getting to the Top of Google's Search Engine Result Page is another matter.

However, getting there gives you an enormous opportunity to earn revenue.

But getting to the Top is no easy task.

Google's Mission is to Provide Quality Content to their visitors.

Websites or Blogs that provide valuable information and a user friendly experience get favorable treatment.

The issue is to provide high quality content on your website or blog if you want to rank high.

Years ago keyword stuffing your content was the thing.

You could stuff your content with keywords and find your website at the top page of Google's search engine results page the next day.

Google's search engines are now very sophisticated and this kind of manipulation is a thing of the past.

Equally important is understanding your target market and anticipating their questions.

Write from the standpoint of the readers perspective.

Be honest and state the facts in a clear, concise manner.

Readers look for truthful information that will help them solve a particular problem.

Honesty build trust with your readers, which in turn will result to loyal followers.

This is important to Google because it shows the information you are providing to readers is valuable.

A Simple Way To "Bulletproof" Your Content

When sitting down to write, take plenty of time to consider your prospects'/readers' potential objections.

Grab a piece of paper or fire up your word processor and make a list of questions your readers are likely to have.

When you answer these questions, keep two important things in mind:

1. During the actual writing process, keep your responses conversational.

2. Your answers should focus on the benefits (what it does FOR them), not features.

...Establishing yourself as an expert in your niche is essential.

It takes knowledge, good writing skills and above all thoughtfulness about your readers to write quality content that will resonate with them.

Websites or blogs that do this are more likely to show up on Google Search Engine Results Page (SERP).

Getting to the Top of Google (SERP) is another story.

Great content is not enough, you have to comply with Google's Privacy Policy.

Article Titles are important, Keyword Density and Heading Structures are as well.

Content should be keyword rich but it is important not to over do it because it will have an adverse effect on your ranking.

Title and Headings should also contain your keywords or some variation of them.

Images are always a plus to give readers a depiction of what your content is about however, Google bots can't read images therefore, entering a description of your image is good practice to improve your page rank.

Providing valuable information and a good user friendly experience are the cornerstone of ranking high on Google.

Google is a proactive company and always evolving as their algorithms may change from time to time.

It is important to stay on top of these changes because it will effect your page rank.

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    • MrWaterheater profile image


      6 years ago

      I voted good keywords, although quality content and backlinks is a must too. An untapped niche is much harder to acquire, you really have to have your finger on the pulse there!

      Voted up :)


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