The internet is not a place to search, but a place where you can create amazing, valuable, relevant, and fun content for your audience.
The thing is, there are hundreds of thousands of websites out there, and all of them have different goals. For example, a website for travel companies wants to get more traffic. They won’t rank highly in search for these keywords because there is a lot of overlap in their content so it’s unlikely they’ll all get noticed.
The same goes for a website for auto mechanics. They want to get more visitors and will probably rank higher in the search results if they know what keywords to use. On the other hand, a website for medical professionals only wants to get more traffic if it is related to their work. These are the only two websites worth ranking in Google. Their content needs to be relevant and useful in order for Google to rank them.
So if you want your website to rank high in search, make sure you’re linking to relevant and useful content. It may seem like a small thing, but it’s likely to pay off big time.
Most of us know that linking to related websites is the best way to get people to your website. But is it really? The fact is that the Google results page is so crowded and inundated with link-juice that most people are unable to find their way to the actual content. Instead, they end up wasting time searching (and sometimes even getting lost) until they stumble upon a link to something that isn’t related to their search.
We have the best of intentions, but unfortunately most of the time we get fooled by the seemingly endless amount of links that make up our page. Instead of just getting to the actual content, Google will often only link to the links that point to the actual content. This is because the content links are generally short and the Google search algorithm doesn’t want to penalize you for only reading the links in the search results.
This is one of those things that makes me a Google addict. Even though we are always looking for new ways to optimize our pages, it sometimes feels like we really just want to make links that point to the content of our page. And if we are wrong, we often have to resort to tricking the search engine to link to the content of the page, because we can’t be sure that the search engine is actually reading our page.
In SEO, the link is not just the link in content, but also the link in the keywords that the search engine finds. If you have the keywords correctly, you’ll get more links from search engines, especially Google, than you will with other links. So in order to make your pages rank well in search, you need to optimize them for search, and that means making sure that your links have keywords.
One of the worst things that can happen to a page is when the keywords are incorrect, so we need to do some extra work on the page when we create the keywords. So what we’ve done here is to make sure that the keywords are correct by doing some keyword research and tweaking them for relevance. We’ve also created a keyword research widget, where you can type in your keywords and get a ranking for them on Google.
It’s a little tricky making sure that your keywords are right, though it only takes a few minutes. The easiest way to do it is by using “keyword suggestions”. This is a tool where you can type in keywords and hit the “research” button and get the keyword suggestions. This is a great way to get a rough estimate of what your keywords should be, along with some keyword suggestions.