HOW TO RANK #1 IN GOOGLE

Watch Me Explain How You Can Easily Get New Customers Online

Create Your Keywords

(It's what people are looking for!)

Today I teach you how to start using your website to attract new customers.

First, memorize this Acronym: Kangaroos Can Measure Anything

This stands for: Keywords, Content, Measure, Adjust

Now I'm going to teach you this simple process.

First, create an excel spreadsheet, and:

  1. If you sell products nationally, label the first 2 columns: Adjectives and Products, respectively.
  2. If you sell services locally, label the first 2 columns: Locations and Services, respectively.

Once you fill these columns, use MergeWords.com to merge these words together to create Keywords.

Next, copy and paste these merged words (Keywords) into your excel spreadsheet in a new column labeled: Keywords.

These are the phrases your target market is typing into Google when looking for your offerings.

Next, add another column next to it called "Ranking."

This is where you're going to be tracking the ranking of your keywords each month.

Once you have your list of keywords, you can now begin building content to get them ranked at the top of Google.

Create the Content to Get Keywords Ranked

Next, you will begin creating an article around each keyword.

This is what will get your website ranked for each keyword!

First you have to create the article's title.

This is a critical step in the process because Google pays particular attention to an article's title to determine which keyword it should be ranked for.

For example, if the keyword is "NJ Roofing Contractor", create an article called "How Do You Find the Best NJ Roofing Contractor?"

Next, create an article around this title but do NOT promote your business.

This will prevent Google from ranking your site as an unbiased, informative article about this keyword.

Also, make sure you pepper your keyword in throughout the article, in the most organic (natural) way possible.

Measure Your Keywords' Ranking

Every week or so, copy and paste your keywords into SEO Small Tools' Keyword Checker.

Now you can instantly track where your website is ranking for high volume keywords.

Make Adjustments Until each Keyword Gets Ranked

If a blog post you wrote isn't ranking for its intended keyword:

  1. Make it a longer word count, as well as attempt to improve the content
  2. Use more sources, quotes and facts
  3. Create a short video, upload it to YouTube, use the same Title as the articles, and embed it on the page with the article.
  4. If that doesn't work, add an entirely new article around this keyword with a new title, and content, but the same keyword.

With this process, it is only a matter of time and effort before your keywords are ranking for every keyword your target market is typing into Google.

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Create Your Keywords

(It's what people are looking for!)

Today I teach you how to start using your website to attract new customers.

First, memorize this Acronym: Kangaroos Can Measure Anything

This stands for: Keywords, Content, Measure, Adjust

Now I'm going to teach you this simple process.

First, create an excel spreadsheet, and:

  1. If you sell products nationally, label the first 2 columns: Adjectives and Products, respectively.
  2. If you sell services locally, label the first 2 columns: Locations and Services, respectively.

Once you fill these columns, use MergeWords.com to merge these words together to create Keywords.

Next, copy and paste these merged words (Keywords) into your excel spreadsheet in a new column labeled: Keywords.

These are the phrases your target market is typing into Google when looking for your offerings.

Next, add another column next to it called "Ranking."

This is where you're going to be tracking the ranking of your keywords each month.

Once you have your list of keywords, you can now begin building content to get them ranked at the top of Google.

Create the Content to Get Keywords Ranked

Next, you will begin creating an article around each keyword.

This is what will get your website ranked for each keyword!

First you have to create the article's title.

This is a critical step in the process because Google pays particular attention to an article's title to determine which keyword it should be ranked for.

For example, if the keyword is "NJ Roofing Contractor", create an article called "How Do You Find the Best NJ Roofing Contractor?"

Next, create an article around this title but do NOT promote your business.

This will prevent Google from ranking your site as an unbiased, informative article about this keyword.

Also, make sure you pepper your keyword in throughout the article, in the most organic (natural) way possible.

Measure Your Keywords' Ranking

Every week or so, copy and paste your keywords into SEO Small Tools' Keyword Checker.

Now you can instantly track where your website is ranking for high volume keywords.

Make Adjustments Until each Keyword Gets Ranked

If a blog post you wrote isn't ranking for its intended keyword:

  1. Make it a longer word count, as well as attempt to improve the content
  2. Use more sources, quotes and facts
  3. Create a short video, upload it to YouTube, use the same Title as the articles, and embed it on the page with the article.
  4. If that doesn't work, add an entirely new article around this keyword with a new title, and content, but the same keyword.

With this process, it is only a matter of time and effort before your keywords are ranking for every keyword your target market is typing into Google.

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