Googles top ranking factors to achieve #1 rankings-Part 2

Googles top ranking factors to achieve #1 rankings.

Part 2

As I’ve mentioned before on many occasions, position number 1,2 and 3 on Google for any key phrase get 65% of all the hits. So if your key phrase has thousands of searches every month, that could mean a lot of traffic going to your website and hopefully a lot of inquiries and sales.

Let’s take an example, Calgary marketing company, (Look it up) just how important is it to be number one on page 1 of Google. It’s everything!!!!!!!!!!!

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As a professional Internet marketing and SEO company in Calgary, I’m always looking for great information for my clients and also myself to up level. My skills.
Here is some great information from one of the people I learned from, Brian Dean, who put together some of This great information.
So here is part two of Google’s top ranking factors to achieve number one rankings.
As well I have another Webinar happening on September 19th and 20th 2013.

It’s a phenomenal deal iPhone crazy for giving away so inexpensively But my number one goal is to help business people in Calgary and across North America understand Internet marketing and social media so they can live the life they want to and make enough money to take care of their family.

11. Keyword in Title Tag: The title tag is a webpage’s second most important piece of content (besides the content of the page) and therefore sends a strong on-page SEO signal.

12. Title Tag Starts with Keyword: According to SEOMoz data, title tags that starts with a keyword tend to perform better than title tags with the keyword towards the end of the tag: Title Tag Data

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

13. Keyword in Description Tag: Another important relevancy signal.

14. Keyword Appears in H1 Tag: H1 tags are a “second title tag” that sends another relevancy signal to Google, according to results from this correlation study:
h1 Ranking Study

15. Keyword is Most Frequently Used Phrase in Document: Having a keyword appear more than any other likely acts as a relevancy signal.

16. Content Length: Content with more words can cover a wider breadth and are likely preferred to shorter superficial articles. Microsite Masters found that content length correlated with SERP position: Content Length SEO

17. Keyword Density: Although not as important as it once was, keyword density is still something Google uses to determine the topic of a webpage. But going overboard can hurt you.
18. Latent Semantic Indexing Keywords in Content (LSI): LSI keywords help search engines extract meaning from words with more than one meaning (Apple the computer company vs. the fruit). The presence/absence of LSI probably also acts as a content quality signal.

19. LSI Keywords in Title and Description Tags: As with webpage content, LSI keywords in page meta tags probably help Google discern between synonyms. May also act as a relevancy signal.

20. Page Loading Speed via HTML: Both Google and Bing use page loading speed as a ranking factor. Search engine spiders can estimate your site speed fairy accurately based on a page’s code and filesize.

21. Duplicate Content: Identical content on the same site (even slightly modified) can negatively influence a site’s search engine visibility.

 

Thats the next 11, I’ll be posting even more during the next coming weeks and if you feel the same way I do ,that being number one on Page number one of Google
is super important and you want to talk to me about getting your website on page 1 of Google give me a shout. The call is always free.

(Join me for some great online training.)

Have a great day!
Allan Fine
http://www.executiveedge1.com/blog/blog/blog
403-246-7386

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