How to Optimize a Website for Google

Have you ever wondered why google is the best search engine everyone in the world who has a website wonders one thing: how do i optimize a website for Google. Why does everyone want to please
Google? It is because seventy-five percent of all people search via Google. The other twenty-five
use Yahoo, Bing, Ask and others search engine. And one thing
you should know is that while it is not “official”stated, it appears that Yahoo do whatever Google does. In other words, if Google thinks that a site is worthy of being in the first page results, chances are that Yahoo will put that website on the same page results as well.

When you have a website, many people will tell you that your goal should be to be found within
the first four pages of Google. Each page displays ten pages results, therefore many say that you want to be within the top forty, the top
four pages. However, most people often clicked beyond the second page why?

•Also read Building links for your website
Because majority of people will believe that the best information and best websites are on the first
page of Google. Therefore, you goal to optimize your site should be to fall within the first ten
search results, landing you on Google’s first page.
You can pay for a spot there, but most web users know that those spots are paid for, it is the
same as screaming, “Look at this commercial!”
Therefore, if you take a bit of time you can optimize your site yourself and be found based off of your hard work (popular called white hat seo)

When Google looks at a website, they do not see one site, they see each and every page as
its own site. Therefore, each page should have a different and specific theme.
Each page, including the Home Page should have at least five hundred words and up to
fifteen hundred. You must choose which “keywords” you want; these will be the words that people will type in to find your website. Have
those keywords appear in the title area, in the first paragraph (bolded is best) and at least five
more times within the text of the page.

When you use a template and website builder, most will have a feature in which you give the
page its settings. This is where you tell Google what you want to show in the results, in other
words, the title of the page.
This should have your keyword(s) in it.
Be sure that your description, the part that searchers will read to
find out what your site is about, contain the keywords(s) and also that it is well written and
typo free. Keep it short, simple and intriguing. Never pack your pages with too many keywords, if you do, Google will think that you
are “spamming”, trying to fix the results. And
never forget to have those keywords, or you will
never be found. Once your site is all set up appropriately, you must then link only with site
that are similar to your website.


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