This is when your site appears in the natural or organic results of the search engines.
Most people realise that you can get your website to appear in these results but there are some other options too.
This should be website owners goal. To get their site ranking in Google for search terms that are related to their business. Succeed at this task and your website will receive regular, highly relevant traffic & searchers that are ready to buy, GOLD!
- Blog Part 1
Despite what most people think, a blog IS a website and they can rank just as well, if not better than a typical website. What are the advantages of a blog when it comes to Natural Search Engine Rankings? Good blogs have a secret weapon that Google loves. Original & Regularly Updated Content. If you set your blog up in the right way and take advantage of this secret weapon, you will be amazed at how powerful a blog can be in Google. Plus, there is the Surfing/Viral component that adds another great stream of traffic.
- Google Maps
Due to some recent changes that Google has made, this is now the “Single most important factor for all local business owners”. If your business is reliant on its location then you now have no option but to make sure you create an Incredible Google Maps listing. 99% of ‘ Business + Location’ searches in Google are greeted with a page full of Google Maps Listings. Getting your listing to show up basically follows the exact same rules as getting your website to rank well. If you are a local biz owner make sure you get this one right!
- Piggy Back
This is when you use the power of another site and Piggy Back your way into the search engine results. This can include Video Sites (like Youtube.com) , Article Sites (like Ezinearticles.com), Bookmarking Sites (like Digg.com) and other sites like Yahoo Answers and Forums. Once again having success with these sites basically uses the same techniques and strategies that you would use for a normal website.
Having success with these natural rankings comes down to understanding ‘How Google Works’. Check out this great video created by Matt Cutts (who works for Google) which explains a lot of it.
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