How To Rank Number 1 On
Google

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SEO
is slow. Domain authority and page ranking can take years to
establish. Search Engine Optimization is the slowest form of
marketing I know. This is true.

 

But there is a big shortcut.

 

This article is a step-by-step guide to quickly increase your
ranking on Google. This is the only quick SEO tip I know of. If
you’ve never done this before, there can be great ways to improve
your ranking on Google. The key is in your analysis.

 

Update: Based on this video, Google Analytics has renamed the
“Search Engine Optimization” report. You can now find data
for “queries” in Acquisition > Search Console >
Search Queries instead of “Search Engine Optimization”.

 

The goal is to find a key phrase that is already ranked, but not
so high. If you can find these phrases, you will get the appropriate
page. If you can find the ranking page, you can better optimize it
for the phrase and see a jump in rankings.

 

it is very fast. There is no need to look for key phrases as
Analytics gives us this term. You don’t need to look at the
competition as they are already ranking on Google. So this is the
fastest way to improve your Google ranking with the least effort.

 

The whole process takes five to ten minutes.

 

1. Display query report.

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First, let’s find the phrases for which it almost ranks high. For
this report, you are in Google Analytics: Acquisition > Search
Console > Queries.

 

Note: If you can’t access this report, you probably haven’t
connected your Search Console account to Google Analytics. Here is a
video that shows how to configure it.

 

Note: This report only shows data for the last three months and
does not show data for the last two days. Set your date range to be
three full months to get as many dates as possible.

 

2. Define an Advanced Filter

 

We’re looking for phrases that are already ranked on Google but
could be improved. We only need to use an advanced filter to find
phrases for which we rank well, but not very high.

 

What does this filter look like?

 

The idea is that a page ranking above 10 will be on top of page
two. This assumes there are 10 organic searches on the first page,
which isn’t really the case, but it’s close enough for it to work.

 

In other words, this leaked report asks Google Analytics the
question, “What sentences should I put on page two?”

 

What’s the best place to hide a corpse? Google page. (tweet
this)

 

No one wants to rank on page two, but the good news is that page
two starts almost as first. You are just below a tipping point.
These are ripe fruits!

 

3. Sort Reports by Classification

 

Click the Average Position column heading to sort the report.
Actually you have to click twice to see the number 11 above.

 

Pro Tip! Create an Analytics Link

 

Save your filtered and sorted query reports as a link. This will
make it easier for you to get there next time. Click the shortcut
link above the report, give it a name, and click OK. Now reports are
always available in the navigation on the left side of Google
Analytics.

 

4. Search this list, find the phrase and confirm the ranking.

 

You will soon find that this report contains some strange
sentences. Things that seem out of place. Don’t worry about them.
Each site is classified according to unrelated phrases. Just ignore
them and keep searching.

 

This report can also contain phrases that include your brand name.
Ignore them too. Search Engine Optimization is all about ranking
and generating traffic through unbranded phrases.

 

Ideally, you can find some keywords related to the buyer.
Remember that there are two types of keywords…

 

Question Mark

 

Phrases entered by people who are investigating a problem and
don’t yet know how to solve it.

 

Dollar sign

 

Sentences that are put by people who know how to solve their
problem and who are looking for so called solutions. They are often
ready to spend money.

 

5. Confirm your ranking

 

Start by searching for phrases on Google to confirm your ranking.
Now you will find that the “average position” does not
actually match the ranking. Sometimes you will find that you are
ranked higher than reported. In other cases, they won’t even visit
your website at all.

 

There are many reasons for the discrepancies.

 

Your website can have multiple pages sorted by phrase.

 

Your website image can rank in search results.

 

Your website today may rank differently than its average rank
during the reporting period.

 

Your search results can be personalized based on your location,
browsing history and more.

 

You can avoid the latter problem by doing a few things before you
search: log out of Google, use your browser’s setting “private”
or “incognito,” use a browser you don’t use regularly. If
you’re signed in to Google, use a proxy server, or are using Google’s
ad preview tool.

 

Note: In fact, there is no such thing as completely neutral
research. For this reason, A/B testing for Google rankings is
impossible. In fact, there are many versions of Google! So don’t
worry too much about trying to remain anonymous.

 

6. Check how the phrase is used on the page.

 

Now let’s see how well the page is optimized for the phrase. Does
the sentence appear in the correct places on the page? Does the page
show relevance?

 

Maybe the sentence is barely visible on the page. The sorting can
be completely random.

 

If so, now you have an opportunity to demonstrate relevance and
improve rankings with little effort. how to check:

 

As you view the page, look for the phrase (using Ctrl+F or
Command+F on a Mac) like you would in a Word document.

 

If the sentence does not appear in the title, title, and body of
the text, this page is not really optimized. Google’s ranking was
random.

 

To make sure you’re not turning off optimizations, go back to the
Query report and look for other phrases for which the page may be
ranking. Search these phrases on Google. Or simply enter the page’s
address in SEMrush. This will show you all the phrases on the page
and how high they are. This is awesome data!

 

If the page is already ranking for another phrase, check the
volume in Google’s Keyword Planner. Is this the most popular phrase?
Is it a more relevant phrase that can generate more targeted
traffic?

 

If either answer is yes, then it does not affect the relevance of
that sentence. Go back to the beginning and start again, or move on
to the next step with the best sentence.

 

7. Correct the page and indicate the relevance of the sentence.

Search engine optimization is all about showing relevance. We
report on relevance using best practices for on-page SEO, which we
summarize here.

 

Use keyword once in page title

 

It is the tag that appears in the code, but not on
the page itself. It appears in browser tabs and is often a clickable
link in Google search results. If your website is running on
WordPress, the title can be managed in a plugin like Yoast.

 

Ideally, the target phrase begins at the beginning of the title
and the words in the phrase are put together without separating the
words.

 

Use Key Phrase Once in Header

 

This is the

tag, which is usually the title of the
page.

 

Use the phrase several times in the body of the text.

 

There’s no magic number for keyword frequency, but the top-ranking
pages tend to be between 1,500 and 2,000 words long. Remember,
Google is a search tool created by librarians. Google loves text!

 

If your page is 1,500 words long, it will feel natural to come
across four to six sentences. If the side is short, don’t try too
hard to make it sleek by adding length. However, make sure that the
phrase occurs at least once, all together as a “related”
key phrase.

 

Search engines focus more on subject, meaning and purpose than
words and phrases. When Google gets smart, they pay more attention
to “semantics” than the order of letters.

 

Therefore, smart search optimizers take into account the broad
meaning of your pages and indicate their relevance by using other
semantic keyword phrases in your content.

 

To find out which words and phrases are semantically related to
the phrase you’re looking for, search for clues at the bottom of the
search results page.

 

find anything? Think about whether it makes sense to include
these phrases on your page. If so, add one or two to the body of the
text.

 

8. Improve the quality!

 

The relevance lies in terms of quality. So this is the best SEO
tip…

 

If you want to improve your ranking on Google, your goal is to
create the best pages on the Internet on this topic. Don’t try to
beat the robot. Try to help people find the information they are
looking for.

 

Find ways to make the page look great. Add description. Add
example. Add links to other interesting pages. Add graphics. Add a
video Don’t just add keywords. Hey reader. Make it a better site
by all means.

 

9. Wait a few days and check your ranking.

 

How did we do that ranking a little higher? If you don’t see any
change in a week, you probably won’t see any change at all.

 

In my experience, a few small changes can have a big impact on
rankings, especially if the page was not optimized well initially.

 

The total time it takes to search for a phrase and refresh the
page is usually less than 10 minutes. And the results are usually
visible within a few days.

To find out more click here.

Respectfully
Vasile,

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