Fri. Oct 15th, 2021

How to Get on the First Page of the Search Engines

Backlinks, backlinks, and more backlinks for organic FREE traffic, or

PPC… PPV… Paid banner ads for empty pockets.

The choice is yours. Now, I am not saying that spending money on paid ads, PPV, PPC, media buying and all the alphabet soup of advertising will not bring you traffic, I am just saying that you have to have pretty deep pockets to pay for this stuff upfront if you are new to the game. Just about anyone who is starting to take marketing their own site into their own hands (or even some marketing firms) better be prepared to part with some money with not much return. Those who stick with the paid advertising and figuring out which ads pay returns takes some time, money and will eventually get you some buying customers. But can you even wait that long? Me neither. I need to make money now.

Now you are asking, “How can I get seen by thousands of people without using PPC or any media buying?” Easy… backlinks. I know you have heard of backlinks, but do you know what they are and how to get them? The importance of backlinks cannot be undermined; they’re the only basis that helps you attain a higher page rank and should be the core of your SEO strategy. This is done by having your URL “back linked” from a specific website (preferably an.EDU or.GOV site for higher authority) back to your website. We have all heard how much Google loves “authority” sites. Having HIGH quality backlinks, such as PR 5-9 backlinks, can help you achieve this. 구글상위노출

Visible Page Rank vs. Real Page Rank

There are different ways to look at PageRank: Visible Page Rank and Real Page Rank

Visible PageRank is the number what most of us look at 1, 2, 3, etc. This PageRank is updated by Google once every 3-6 months.

Real PageRank is the true Page Rank of your website. This information is available with Google only and it has a huge impact on your rankings.

As stated by Google “Important, high-quality sites receive a higher Page Rank, which Google remembers each time it conducts a search. Of course, important pages mean nothing to you if they don’t match the keywords you are striving for. So, Google combines PageRank with sophisticated text-matching techniques to find pages that are both important and relevant to your search. Google goes far beyond the number of times a term appears on a page (Keyword Density) and examines all aspects of the page’s content (and the content of the pages linking to it) to determine if it’s a good match for your query.”

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