In this article, we are going to understand how to do a Google-friendly SEO for your websites and what things are a no go when it comes to Google search visibility.
According to LiveInternetStats.com, there are about 3.5 billion searches per day on Google making it the biggest search engine of the world. It is fair to say that Google controls the internet and whatever Google allows, exists in the internet and can be seen through search engines.
There are billions of websites that have been published so far, and everyone is doing their best to make their sites to be seen in popular keyword searches. But how Google think of SEO is always a topic of great interest that people often don’t try to understand.
Google doesn’t charge any money for your website to comes to #1 spot
Many of us who have spent some time understanding the Google marketing possibilities may know there are two types of servers to promote your websites over it. One is through organic traffic and the other one is by paid Ads (Sponsored links). If you think that investing money for getting paid sponsors into Google search results improve SEO, your wrong.
Google explicitly commented on their official website regarding paid ads and SEO that it has absolutely no impact on a better SEO ranking. This means your effort on making website better, adding great content, people linking and sharing your content is the only method to make your website better in term so SEO.
You must submit your website’s sitemap into Google console to get noticed
Developing website and publishing into the hosting of your choice will make it visible for everyone, just send them your website URL and they can visit it but initially, Google doesn’t find your website.
Consider the internet as a book and Google search being an impressive index for the book, if you want to find the correct information in a big book, you will search it using Google search results.
The search results are only possible when Google bots are able to crawl into your website pages and index them.
The only way is to create a well-structured sitemap for your website and submit it on Google developers console, only then your website will be crawled by Google bots and you will be able to see your website in the search results.
Make the website for users, not for Google search engines
Many people get obsessed on giving their website a boost in good SEO ranking inside Google search results, so they try all tricks in the book and start exploiting their website so that it becomes a Google search magnet and leave user experience behind.
According to Google, SEO is all about User experience. If your website has a good design, user-friendly navigation, and better content, your SEO will automatically increase with you doing anything else for it. There are some tips and techniques that involve around keywords, but user’s importance should remain as your #1 priority.
Always update old posts on your website
The new posts and content have a greater chance of being searched by Google search engine, but the ones that are old and outdated still represent your website and should not be left unattained. You must have a good navigational method inside your website to view the old blogs. Plus you need to update your old blogs by editing some new information about latest happens so that your blog and new blogs works both to help your website provide up-to-date content for your users.
SEO takes about 4 months to and year to take effects
There is no such thing as reaching to #1 page in 2 days or 24 hours. This is pointed out by Google that SEO takes time to show results. They have estimated 4-12 months of working and optimization will provide a result of SEO in terms of a search result and better page ranking. Anyone who says otherwise has some black hat methods inside their sleeves so better be careful.
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