Note: Before you begin, if you're NOT 100% serious about getting your website to the top of Google and the other major search engines, DO NOT read another word. Only read on if you plan to put into action, everything I will be teaching you. It's best to print this e-Book off, highlight areas, and take notes as you learn the exact steps needed for a top search engine ranking.


BE No. 1 in GOOGLE

There’s having a Web site and there’s having a Web site that works. It’s all very well to have a flashy intro, a fully integrated shopping basket, and lots of features and functionality that can wow the audience on every single page. But what if they can’t find you? What if you’re not visible
on the search engines and on Google in particular?

If they don’t know your address (which most users don’t), many members of your potential audience are going to try to find your site by typing in a keyword or phrase, and if you don’t rank on those return results, you may as well not have a Web site at all. It’s that serious.

Making your site Google-friendly or employing Search Engine Optimization techniques, or SEO, as it’s known in the trade, at your earliest convenience should be a priority; SEO is this year’s black. What it can cost varies wildly, so be sure to question the worth of both the cheapest and the most expensive service providers, but remember that there’s lots that can be done internally and at minimal cost other than your time. This SITE will show you what needs to be done and empower you to ask your SEO service provider—and yourself—the right questions.

To ignore Search Engine Optimization (and Google in particular) is folly. Having your own Web site means you simply must get involved with SEO techniques. Without any SEO input, well, if I were a betting man (which I’m not), I’d say your chances of success were about even; if I were an Internet project manager (which I am), I would say you were dead in the water. Your site is nothing if it isn’t optimized for the Web.

In fact, ignoring SEO is tantamount to placing a brick wall against the front door of a high-end shop: You’re actually blocking your users from reaching you. You’re destined to become part of the noise of the Internet rather than a music maker. You’re streaming without a paddle.

So how do you will read this Site? Dip in and dip out, read it from start to finish—it really does n’t matter. The 52 brilliant ideas contained in it are generally quick fixes that should result
in immediate benefits to your site if you adopt them.

If your budget is modest, implementing just a handful of these ideas will improve your Web site rankings and help you realize your ambitions and the ambitions of your company. Employ all 52 and people will be throwing themselves down on the floor and proposing—no, wait, I mean finding your Web site, buying more of your products, reading your information, and coming back to your site again and again.

Google Will Not Rank Duplicate Content

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If you’re worried that using duplicate content is going to somehow get your site penalized, deindexed, or otherwise make your site fall out of favor with Google, stop worrying:

The above post is from Google’s official blog. Notice the second bulleted point,
underlined in red. Google says quite plainly that duplicate content won’t hurt your site.

But is it possible for duplicate content to rank well? Absolutely. Let’s talk about that. Click this link and take a look at all of the duplicate content that appears in Google’s results:

That link will search Google for the title (in quotes) of a blog post that I wrote and later
submitted to quite some time ago. There are currently 315 copies of
the article published in Google

Now, if Google filters duplicate content, why is it that 315 results are shown, and not
just one? Ever think about that?

You might say, “Yeah, but you put the title in quotes. That makes a difference.”
Okay, here’s the link to the title without quotes:

The top 10 results are very similar, with or without quotes!
What does that mean? It means that Google is not filtering the duplicates!
“That’s because it’s such a long query,” you say? Then let’s shorten it. Let’s search
Google only for “Motivated to Create Content”:

(including the number two spot, shown above).
What does all of this mean? It means that Google will rank a duplicate copy of an
article. After all, that article originally appeared on my blog, and yet my blog post is
not in the top 10 for any of the search queries I've shown!

Does that mean that you can just run out and publish thousands of private label rights
(PLR) articles, or articles from free article sites and get a flood of traffic from Google?
No, that’s not what it means.

Why not? In Google’s own blog post shown at the beginning of this section, Google’s
representative said that “Google wants to serve up unique results and does a great job
of picking a version of your content to show.”


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