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Thursday, February 2, 2023

Archive for the 'Google Ranking Tips' Category

Four Ways to Rank in Search Results

To achieve online marketing success, you need to achieve a higher ranking in Google Search. It helps you gain desired exposure and grow your business. Social Media Examiner founder Michael Stelzner has shared four ways to help you rank higher in Google. He says, “The SEO strategy we’re going to use is called the 180 Playbook, inspired by the SEO agency 180 Marketing. It’s a simple, linear process to improve your search rankings in as little as 3 months. #1: Evaluate Your Technical SEO Yes, we’re going to start with the technical stuff. But don’t panic! Most of the... [...]

Search Engine Optimization: How to Rank Number One on Google [Podcast]

Social Media Examiner has published a new podcast episode ‘Search Engine Optimization: How to Rank Number One on Google’ featuring Jeff Oxford. The SME team says, “Want your content to rank higher in search? Looking for a proven strategy to follow? Discover how to improve your Google search rank. Search Engine Optimization And Search Intent The 180 Playbook Strategy For Ranking In Search 180 Playbook Stage 1: Technical SEO 180 Playbook Stage 2: Content 180 Playbook Stage 3: Page Optimization 180 Playbook Stage 4: Link Building.” Social Media Examiner  [...]

How to Rank in #1 in Google (for 2023) [Video]

Nathan Gotch has published a new video ‘How to Rank in #1 in Google (for 2023)’ featuring useful Google search ranking strategies. He says, “How do you rank #1 in Google for 2023? Start by watching this video. I’ll show you my complete A-Z process for ranking a random keyword, “how to sprint faster.” First, I’ll show you how to analyze your SEO competition (the right way). Hint: most people are doing this completely wrong. For example, they rely entirely on Keyword Difficulty (KD). Big mistake! Second, I’ll show you how to create SEO content that... [...]

Are Internal Links a Ranking Factor? [Answered]

Search Engine Journal contributor Kristi Hines has published an article explaining whether internal links are a Google ranking factor. She says, “Google’s documentation about how search works and its starter guide on how site owners can help Google understand their content explain internal links’ importance. You can also find advice on Twitter and YouTube from Google representatives about optimizing internal links to help Google determine the most critical pages on your website. Internal links are a part of the ranking factors that help determine where your webpages will rank... [...]

How to Rank #1 in Google [Video]

Nathan Gotch has published a new video ‘How to Rank #1 in Google’ featuring a local SEO gameplan for 2022. He says, “In this video, I’ll show you how to rank in Google for the keyword “eyelash extensions st louis.” Watch until the end because I’ll show you how to create local SEO content that actually works. Most people are doing this completely wrong.” https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=Az7La3Tow9Q  [...]

Reminder- How to Adapt to Google’s Helpful Content & Core Updates, October 19 [Webinar]

This is a reminder for the Search Engine Journal webinar to be held on October 19.  With Google’s latest update, Helpful Content, it’s more important than ever to make sure your website delivers compelling, helpful content to users. Search Engine Journal is hosting a webinar ‘How to Adapt to Google’s Helpful Content & Core Updates’ on Wednesday, October 19, 2022, at 2.00 pm ET. The SEJ team says, “Discover how to adjust your content production to maximize results. You’ll Learn: How to create helpful content for Google. How to scale authority and... [...]

Is AMP a Google Ranking Factor?

AMP is an open-source HTML framework developed by the AMP Open-Source Project. It was originally created by Google as a competitor to Facebook Instant Articles and Apple News. It is optimized for mobile web browsing and intended to help web pages load faster. Search Engine Journal contributor Matt G. Southern has published an article stating whether AMP is a Google ranking factor. He says, “The claim here is straightforward – AMP gives pages a ranking boost in Google’s search results. Discussions about AMP as a ranking factor began when Google launched the technology in 2018. Why? People... [...]

Is Text Formatting A Google Ranking Factor?

A well-designed website helps you retain visitors for longer sessions. Website text formatting helps your visitors find the information they’re looking for by highlighting the most important content on a page. Search Engine Journal contributor Miranda Miller has published an article explaining whether text formatting can be considered a Google ranking factor. She says, “As you can see, text formatting can affect how search engines determine the most important content on a page. But, it’s unlikely that bolded content on a page will be the element that moves you above competitors... [...]

10 Ways to Rank Higher on Google

There are several factors responsible for your site’s Google search rankings. By carefully evaluating and targeting the most important ones, you can improve your search rankings. Ahrefs contributor Joshua Hardwick has published an article featuring 10 steps to rank higher on Google. He says, “Hundreds of factors could improve your Google rankings. But some are more difficult to influence than others. 1. Choose a keyword If you already know which keyword you want to rank higher for, skip this step. Otherwise, you need to find a page that could rank higher for its target keyword. Here’s... [...]

Are 301 Redirects A Google Ranking Factor? [Answered]

A 301 redirect signals a permanent redirect from one URL to another, meaning all users that request an old URL will be automatically sent to a new URL. Search Engine Journal contributor Kristi Hines has published an article explaining whether 301 redirects are a Google ranking factor. She says, “301 redirects may not boost the rankings of your webpages, but they can ensure that both Google and search users are directed to the content you want them to find. They also ensure you don’t lose the ranking signals built to old URLs when moving them to new ones. But while they are essential... [...]