Everyone wants to be number one on Google but the truth is it requires in-depth knowledge and it takes a lot of work to get you there. There are various SEO companies that claim they can put you in the number one spot fast but their tactics are what is known as black hat. This means that as soon as Google changes their algorithm, your site will quickly lose it’s ranking position.
If you have a website and you’re looking for ways to bring traffic to your website, it might be time to hire a professional like Netgen to help you.
Below are three ways Netgen can help you boost your Google ranking:
Updated Content in the Form of Blog Posts
Ever heard the saying “Content is King”? Well, it’s true! A blog will do wonders in boosting your ranking. Google wants to rank websites that are active and dynamic. While you won’t always have new products to write about, you can publish posts on any topic related to your industry. By incorporating relevant keywords, these posts will help to rank in the long run. Additionally, new content will give your customers a reason to return.
Some keywords are difficult to compete for especially if you have a lot of competitors. That’s where long-tail keywords (three or more words) come in. By incorporating these type of keywords it will enable your website to rank easily while bringing you more organic traffic. Identifying long-tail keywords is a tedious task but if done right can have extraordinary results.
Google Pay per Click advertising (PPC Ads)
Whenever you do a PPC Ad campaign, you pay Google to list ads for your website. No doubt you’ve seen the ads on the top and right of your Google search listings. If someone were to click on your ad, you pay the current cost per click from your set budget. Google will only run your ad as long as your budget isn’t depleted.
Google continues to get rid of black hat ranking techniques in order to rank the best website. But ranking requires hard work and continual investment.
Get in touch with Netgen to find out how they can help your website rank on Google.