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10 Top Tips To Get Ranked Higher On Google


Get Ranked Higher On Google

Ever since the introduction to the online scene of SEO (Search Engine Optimization), writers have had a massive dilemma. Do I write an article for my readers or in a manner that will rank highly in the search engines?

Since the latest penguin and panda updates from Google, we as “information deliverers” no longer have to take this into account. Google has altered it’s algorithms in such a manner, that naturally written content will rank far better than an article stuffed to the limits with seo!



Easy Tips For Getting Articles Ranked Higher On Google


Writing Quality Content

Generally, articles which appear on page 1 of Google have more than 2000 words. Be relevant to the niche that you’re writing about, with in depth analysis of the subject matter which provides a real insight to the post.


Keyword Density

Be very wary about the quality and quantity of keywords that you’re using in your posts, as Google really doesn’t like “keyword stuffing”. Using this technique can heavily hinder your posts’ ranking capabilities. Google will pick up on keywords, that has been written in to a post naturally.


Social Media Sharing

One thing that Google really does like is original content that is being shared across the media sharing platforms. Many blogs these days have the social media toolbars located on their site, to make it so much more user friendly in having the option to share the content through their own social networking sites.


Write For Real People

One of the greatest myths that writers belief is that if they can get their posts ranked high on Google, then they’ll reap the benefits of conversions from their posts. In reality nobody is interested to read content that has deliberately been written for the search engines. Write specifically for the reader in hand; you’ll benefit more so from the search engines in the long term.


Long Tailed Keywords

When researching relevant keywords to use, consider exactly what type of prospect you are looking for. Using short tailed keywords may give you a lot more readers, (if they can find your post) as short tailed keywords are extremely competitive and ranking for that said keyword, will probably expect great demand on your part. Long tailed keywords, have the advantage of giving you far more targeted prospects, that also will give you a far greater conversion ratio.


Customer Questions

When you are writing your posts, try and anticipate what the reader is thinking, and more likely you’ll get possible questions that they are curious to know about. Try and answer these questions in your posts. This will benefit both yourself and the reader, as they will read more content on your website, rather than go to your competition and you’ll have a greater chance of gaining a new customer.



Your primary goal is getting ranked higher on Google for certain keywords. When researching your keywords, look for related terms that people may use in the search engines. The search engines use Latent Semantic Indexing (LSI) to match relevant end user searches to the indexed pages on their sites. By using related synonyms and variations of your chosen keyword, you’ll find that your posts can look and feel that much more natural. The search engines will still pick up on your keywords, but you’ll benefit from a greater “circle” of potential readers.


Title Tags

The title tag and description is the first thing that your prospect will be reading, so make sure that it includes your main focused keywords, but try and add them into a naturally written paragraph.
When you submit your post for the search engines, it’s the keywords in both the title and description that will help the search engines categorize the post, so that it can be found easier in the SERPS.


Sharing is Caring!

Once your post has been submitted to Google, start promoting your work. The more exposure that you can give it, will give it greater potential for more traffic and links. There are plenty of places that you can promote your work, such as forums, press releases, blogs and newsletters; don’t forget the usual suspects of the social networking emporium of Twitter, Facebook, Linkedin, etc…. The more organic traffic your posts’ receive will be deemed by Google as a popular post, which they will reward you with a higher ranking on Google.


There’s More To Google

Google just loves it’s Google+ directive. The more exposure and shares you can get from your readers, will further boost your SERPS position in Google.

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