Step by step instructions to rank No. 1 on Google (and the other web crawlers)

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The most effective method to rank No. 1 on Google (and the other web indexes) Clayton Wehner - Blue Train Enterprises M: 0438 925 613 E: contact@bluetrainenterprises.com.au

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A little history of Google… http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=EjN5avRvApk

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Intro About me… Tell us a tad bit about you: Your name Your business Your site Your site movement

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Scope 1 – Search motors and Google 2 – Choosing the Right Keywords 3 - webpage the vicinity Optimization 4 – Getting Value from Links 5 – Content is top dog 6 – More things to do and not do

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How this workshop works I have organized substance But glad to digress where important Ask addresses en route Learn from each other Informal, intelligent, fun

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How does your site admission? www.websitegrader.com

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Search Engines and Google Part 1

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What is an internet searcher? A web index is an apparatus intended to look for data on the World Wide Web ( Wikipedia ) Search motors exist to convey the most ideal query items to the client, for any given watchword blend. Web search tools utilize complex calculations to list and rank website pages automatically.

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The huge three web crawlers in Australia are…

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About Google Brainchild of two school companions, Sergey Brin and Larry Page Their web search tool was initially called BackRub In 1997 it got to be Google, a play on the word "googol," a scientific term for the number spoke to by the numeral 1 took after by 100 zeros Google turned into the world's greatest inquiry record in June 2000 Google's rising as a 'second mover' was momentous – it overshadowed any semblance of AltaVista, Yahoo!, MSN, Lycos Today Google is a leader in mapping and satellite innovation, working framework programming, office applications, portable registering and much, a great deal more

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Why is it critical to upgrade for Google? 'Assemble it and they will come' doesn't make a difference on the web There are numerous favor sites on the web that never get seen! Propelling a site is the simple part… The crucial step is getting qualified movement Need to fulfill two 'crowds': People or "genuine" guests Search motor "creepy crawlies" or "robots"

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Why is imperative to enhance for Google? 93% of buyers' overall utilize web indexes to find sites. ( Forrester Research ) 85% of qualified web activity is driven through internet searchers. ( WWW User Survey ) 75% of web index activity never look past the primary page of results. ( WWW User Survey ) Google is the main site in Australia ( Hitwise )

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Don't make due with second best… The primary result in Google gets the same number of guests as position 2-4 consolidated The top spot drove 34.35% of all activity in the specimen, practically as much as the numbers 2 through 4 openings joined, and more than the numbers 5 through 20 (the end of page 2) put together." Result number 10 gets 143% a larger number of snaps than result number 11 The greatest hop, rate insightful, is from the highest point of page 2 to the base of page 1. Going from the eleventh spot to tenth sees a 143% hop in movement. Chitika Report - http://chitika.com/look into/2010/the-estimation of-google-result-situating/

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Organic versus Paid Google shows two sorts of results: Organic results : these are unpaid postings that are positioned by significance/catchphrase importance Paid results : these are pay-per-click postings that show up on the right hand edge or more the natural postings – anyone can offer to show their advertisement at the highest point of these postings Google clients for the most part accord more noteworthy worth to the natural results Google utilizes more than 200 algorithmic components to figure out where pages rank in natural results

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Paid Results Organic Results

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Quick Quiz What do the accompanying stand for? HTML URL RSS SEO SEM PPC SERPs

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Questions? Internet searchers and Google

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Choosing the Right Keywords Part 2

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Are you in Google? site:www.yoursite.com Displays a rundown of pages from your webpage that have been listed by Google link:www.yoursite.com Displays an example of outside pages that connection to your website cache:www.yoursite.com Displays the stored picture of the site that is as of now on document at Google. info:www.yoursite.com Displays data that Google presently holds about the site. related:www.yoursite.com Displays pages that are like your site. In the event that you are not in Google, present your webpage here: http://www.google.com.au/addurl

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Choosing the Right Keywords A watchword blend is utilized to acquire list items from an internet searcher Web pages can be enhanced for specific catchphrase mixes Before improving a site, it is important to distinguish the best watchwords to streamline for

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Choosing the Right Keywords are the mixes of words that searchers go into web crawlers to discover substance It's important to do some catchphrase examination for your site… What is the volume of activity for various catchphrase mix? Have different sites streamlined for those catchphrases? Would it be difficult to get a high positioning? Who sits in the No. 1 spot for those watchwords? What watchwords are my rivals focusing on? What do the watchwords say in regards to the searcher's purpose/mentality? Surfers Researchers Buyers

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Exercise What is the searcher's purpose/attitude if they somehow happened to utilize the accompanying hunt terms? Lodgings Cheap inns Hotels in Sydney Last moment Sydney inn bargains Sydney adjusted flat arrangements Bed and breakfast on george road Sydney Grand Mercure inn Darling Harbor Sydney

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Exercise Pair up Imagine that you are in the market for something from your accomplice's site and you're prepared to purchase Write down three catchphrase states that you may go into a web search tool to find that item or administration Then, record three watchword expresses that you think some person would go into an internet searcher to locate your own particular item or administration Compare your catchphrase blends

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Google Keyword Suggestion Tool https://adwords.google.com/select/KeywordToolExternal Keyword device Displays watchword mixes that sponsors offer on Level of rivalry for the watchwords by promoters Global/nearby month to month seeks Traffic estimator Displays anticipated volume of activity for watchword mixes No. of hunts, normal cost per click, assessed snaps and expenses

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Google Insights for Search http://www.google.com/bits of knowledge/pursuit/Displays look question inclines over the world

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Keyword Advice Optimize every page for an alternate watchword mix (that is correct, each and every page) Don't pick single catchphrases – 3-5 word blends are best Don't pick bland catchphrases - be particular Don't pick fervently catchphrases Use geographic qualifiers – ie. Adelaide Put yourself in the purchaser's shoes Choose catchphrases that adjust to a "purchasing" perspective

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Exercise Take two or three minutes to think of a proper watchword mix that you could enhance your landing page for. Here are a few blends that I have utilized: Canberra occupations (CapitalJobs.com.au) Australian online book shop (Boomerang Books) Cheap books Australia (Boomerang Books) Cheap lodgings Sydney (Getaroom.com.au)

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Questions? Picking the Right Keywords

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On Site Optimization Part 3

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On Site Optimization webpage the vicinity components assume a major part in deciding your web index rankings These are the things that you can do yourself or that you can errand your web engineer to do for your benefit

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Use of sight and sound stages Be watchful when utilizing media stages, for example, Flash, especially as navigational components Your site must be 'spiderable', else it won't get great web crawler rankings Text-based route can be 'spidered'; joins installed inside a Flash component can't. Be cautious likewise with Javascript, DHTML or other graphical route components If you utilize these, give a content construct route bar somewhere else in light of the page

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on location route Your route structure and openness is basic for web crawler rankings – web indexes should have the capacity to get to your substance so as to list it KISS standard Employ the 2 click control (3 click govern at most) Use printed joins from your landing page Use a Sitemap which can be gotten to from your landing page Employ inline/logical connections – interfaces inside your page duplicate

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The TITLE tag The independently most vital on location figure! In the event that you do one thing to your site, then this ought to be it! This is the thing that shows up in the top bar in your program Almost dependably the heading that Google decides for its postings – in this way it should lure or contain an invitation to take action

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This is the place the TITLE tag shows up in your program

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The TITLE label Include your picked catchphrases inside the TITLE tag – ideally close to the begin of the label Try to keep it to 70 characters Must be significant to the page content Very essential - every page ought to have an alternate TITLE tag

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Exercise Open your own particular site in your program View the source code (View menu) What is your TITLE tag? Is it fitting? Might it be able to be better? What does your principle rival have as their landing page TITLE tag? Is it superior to yours?

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Metadata Tags Search motors additionally utilize a progression of metadata labels that live in the header of the page to record sites These labels can't be seen by human guests to your site – yet despite everything they're examined by the internet searchers

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The DESCRIPTION tag A printed depiction of what the page is about Regularly utilized as a part of Google query items as the portrayal of your website

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The DESCRIPTION label Include watchwords near the begin of the ta

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