“How do I get my website to the number one spot on Google?”, asked every business owner ever. Well, it certainly isn’t a simple process, BUT the good news is, even if you aren’t that computer savvy, you can still increase your rank by taking these 5 simple steps:
1. Write a lot of content!
There is a reason why content is king. Google loves it, and if Google loves the content on your website, your rank will ultimately increase, bringing you more traffic, and more business. Make sure the content you have on your website is high quality.
2. Have a mobile friendly website!
Over 50% of searches on Google are done from a mobile device! If your website is clunky or has errors when viewed from a smart phone, your customers won’t like it, and Google will hesitate to put you on Page 1.
3. Optimize your images!
Make sure you name your images appropriately so that Google knows what each image is. Be descriptive!
4. Update, update, update!
When you make changes to your website, Google knows. The more “fresh” your content is, the more likely you will outrank your lazier competition.
5. Inform your visitors!
Make sure you are providing valuable information on your website. When people find value, they are likely to share it with friends and family. This can increase your traffic, and also your ranking on Google.
There are many more things to consider when trying to increase your traffic and ranking on Google. If you want somewhere to begin, these 5 tips are a great place to start! So, get on with implementing these on-site SEO tips on YOUR website, and watch your rank increase!
For a completely FREE site audit, just contact us! We will look at your competition, your overall site health, traffic, and rankings for keywords. If you don’t know what is broken, how can you fix it?
Source Author: Kelly S.
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