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How To Get Your Website On Google In 3 Easy Steps

By Brittany Race

Is your website not showing up on the first page of Google search results? I am going to share with you the exact system I use to generate HUGE amounts of relevant traffic every day to my websites – and it will work for any kind of site you want to get massive amounts of traffic to (i.e. your website, an article you wrote, a squidoo lens, hubpage, etc). If you follow these 3 steps outlining EXACTLY how to get your website on google I guarantee you will see an increase in traffic to your site – but it will take some time and energy to get it done right.

The First Step: Provide Valuable Content

The only way to get a bunch of traffic going to your site each day is if your site is something that people want to read. Its got to be unique, interesting, funny, informative, or offer something that no other website can offer. You can’t expect to drive loads and loads of traffic to a dull website! If you keep your website interesting, you will naturally receive traffic because people will want to visit your site, and most importantly they will want to link to your site!

Second Step: Do Your Keyword Research

Almost as important as the quality of information on your website is the amount of time you spend choosing quality, low-competition keywords. Don’t overlook this step! Many people do because it is tedious – and this is what will give you an advantage! The easiest keywords to rank for are long-tail keywords, being at least 3-4 words in length, however it is possible to rank highly for any keyword.

To research your keywords, use a free keyword tool. In my opinion the google keyword tool is the best and most accurate, but there are a few more free keyword tools if you just search around for a bit.

Keep in mind that a good keyword phrase is generally one that has over 300 – 500 monthly searches, and has less than 10,000 – 20,000 competing pages when searched in google. Make sure when researching the competition of a keyword that you put the phrase in quotes when searching google to make sure you get the actual amount of competition pages.

After deciding on your low-competition keyword phrase, you need to optimize your webpage to come up when those keywords are searched. The easiest way to do this is to write an article using your key phrase as the title, adding it somewhere in the middle, and at the very end. This is will make your keyword density for a 250-500 word article about 2-3% which is exactly what the google search engine spiders are looking for.

Don’t skip keyword research! It is absolutely necessary to get ahead in google!

Third Step: Backlinks!

You might have run into the problem before that even with using low-competition keywords, you are still not ranking in Google. This can be very discouraging, but there is an easy way around it! See, google gives priority to websites that have the most incoming links pointing to them – in googles eyes this is like popularity, if other people like your website and link to it, then google will rank you higher. These are called backlinks, and they are the most important aspect of how to get your website on google.

So how do you get backlinks? Commenting on forums and blogs leaving your link, answering question at Yahoo Answers, creating pages at Squidoo, Hubpages, etc, to give yourself incoming links all are great ways to quickly acquire relative backlinks. Article marketing is one of the very best ways to get an unlimited number of backlinks, which means you will be writing, writing, and more writing.

If you really want to get on the 1st page of google, in the top 1-3 spots, there is a way you can do it quickly AND easily. Click on How to Get Your Website on Google to find out how!

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Race, Brittany "How To Get Your Website On Google In 3 Easy Steps." How To Get Your Website On Google In 3 Easy Steps. 17 Aug. 2010. uberarticles.com. 16 Sep 2014 <http://uberarticles.com/computers-and-technology/web/how-to-get-your-website-on-google-in-3-easy-steps/>.

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