How do you rise to the very first page of results? Do you need money or an amazing website or thousands of daily visitors? Nope, you just need to know one thing:
It's all about SEO (search engine optimization). Used wisely, SEO can get any site to the top without money or huge traffic.
What exactly is SEO? It's the factors utilized by a website or blog that helps the search engines find them and see their relevance to the subject of search. Some are out of your control, like total number of visitors and time of existence. Most of the factors are in your control, like keywords, meta descriptions and tags, categories/labels, titles, link-building and more.
Can you take simple steps that will dramatically help with SEO results and get your website on the coveted page one of Google? Absolutely. In fact, it's fairly easy for anyone.
This book walks you through it, step by step, and will get your site on Google front page.
Anyone can do this. It costs nothing but a little bit of time, and you too will rise to the first page of the world's largest search engine.
You'll learn to:
• find the very best keywords, both short-tail and long-tail
• add meta tags with meta description to page source
• optimize the text and images within website pages
• get your URL back-links out to thousands of other sites
• monitor your visitor's trends and maximize how they find you
• build online platform, increase visibility
• network with people from all over the globe
• and much more...
This is not a get-rich-quick scheme, but it works if done right over time. Within a few weeks to a few months, you'll see real results and you will get to the very first page. Updated 2014.
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I really thought this was a well designed and written book. This is a great book for those of us who are not technical whizzes, but knowledgeable and techie enough to build and host our own web sites (or plan to do so). Are there things that you know already in this book? Yes, but some things I thought I knew but didn't know as much as I thought. Jason debugs acronyms; clarifies SEO, back-links,etc. What I really liked was the layman's terminology, it's written to enlighten not to prove that he's a geek and all knowing. This is going to help me a lot on making my ranking on Google better and enhancing my web site. I've learned some things I can do to draw more people to my site. Don't hesitate to purchase this book; it's a refresher on things you know; very helpful in figuring out how do things to improve your search results; educates us how to easily implement strategies (from honorable practices) to bring more people to our web sites.