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10 Tips to Get a Top Google Ranking for Your Business

10 Tips to Get a Top Google Ranking for Your Business

Fed up with seeing your competitors on page one of Google? Wishing that was your business? We know the feeling. Over 94% of internet usage start with Google search. That’s a lot of FREE custom! But as the saying goes – “You’ve got to be in it, to win it” to get a top Google Ranking.

What if there was a way to help your business Google Ranking score, start ranking page one and start driving all of those paying customers to your website, all by yourself?

In this post, we’re giving you 10 simple SEO hacks to help your business start ranking ASAP! These simple steps are the exact methods we use to drive thousands of visitors to our website, every single day.

10 Tips to Get a Top Google Ranking for Your Business

Whether you’re an online shop, local or national business, these SEO tips are for everyone.

1. CONTENT CONTENT CONTENT

Ok, did you get that? Content. The more content on your site, the more visible you are to Google. There’s a strong correlation between high content and a Google ranking. Google just loves content (WOW, can we say content any more times).

How to do it:

  • Don’t spam your homepage with random words and sentences.
  • Create high converting blog posts that are relevant to your business.
  • Aim for between 1000 and 3000 words per post.
  • Post twice a week. Google loves fresh content.

There. Simple. Google will love you for it.

2. Upload XML Sitemap

What is an XML Sitemap?

An XML Sitemap tells Google what your website is wearing. Well, not you, your website. Google will be able to see what your site is about and allow you to get a Google Ranking.

It’s easy to create an XML Sitemap for yourself.

3. Use Relevant Keywords

This is something you should before adding content to your pages. Although keywords aren’t as important as they once were in 2007, Google still needs to know what your website is all about.

For instance, if you’re the owner of a local dentist, there wouldn’t be much point talking about horses. No, that’s pretty obvious. But if you don’t include specific keywords that relate to your business, you won’t be found on Google.

4. Use 301 Direct’s

If you’ve created a new page for your content (i.e “Cosmetic Surgery Service” is now “Cosmetic Surgery Plans”) you need to let Google know that it has permanently moved. 301’s allow all of your SEO power and rankings to be moved elsewhere.

5. Mobile Responsive

If your site isn’t mobile responsive (mobile friendly) then you’ll need to make some changes to have a responsive design. To check whether your site is Mobile Responsive, use Google’s Mobile Friendly tool.

6. Clear URL

You URL (https://mysiteisawesome.com) should be be relevant to your article or page. Using numbers or symbols is a NO NO.

7. Page Load Speed

Your site needs to load as quick as Ussain Bolt himself.

This isn’t just to keep your visitors with you, but Google prefers sites that load super quick. Fill out this form tool to check your site page load speed.

8. Tags

Using Tags in your images and pages tells search engines and users what your article or page is all about. Never use the same tags over and over. Ensure each title tag is unique.

9. Don’t Block Google

Block Google? Yes. If you’re perplexed as to why you still aren’t receiving any traffic then you need to check a section of your site called robots.txt. If you find this:

User-agent: *

Disallow: /

…then you’re telling the search engines not to crawl your site. Until you’ve analysed your site and fixed it, no SEO tips in the world can help your site rank.

10. Use Internal and External Links

Link to other pages in your site in a natural way.

Search engines love to see that you’re site is linking to other relevant pages, in and out of your site. Your readers will also love it too.[/vc_column_text][/vc_column][/vc_row]

Check Your SEO Score

Still not sure what all of that means? Use our FREE Website SEO Analysis report to check how well your site ranks.

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