SEO (Search Engine Optimization) is simply everything you do on/off your site to be found and ranked by search engines.
Let’s see how Google Search and Pinterest Search are different and what the 5 Pinterest ranking factors are.
Google is the biggest player in the online search industry. Pinterest used to be an image based social media. But recent changes have made it an interesting addition to the list of online search engines.
A search engine is a large database of information that gives users access mainly through keywords. Global search engines like Google, Bing, Yahoo, etc are search engines that curate information from different websites on the internet.
Backlinks are simply links pointing to your site from other websites. They are considered by search engines as votes for your content by readers.
Generally, the more links you get back to your blog, the higher the chances of ranking higher.
However, the sites that link back to your blog can make or break your blog. If you get links from web spam contents or blacklisted domains, that’s going to be really bad and can hurt your SEO.
You can use tools like SEMrush to keep an eye on your link progress or simply grab data from your Google Search Console account. Fortunately, Google has the DisaVow Tool to help them know which links to overlook.
You are reading this post because you want to double your income right? You are just like me and everyone else here on planet Earth.
Growth is the thing that’s constantly sort for. No one wants to be stagnant – even the wicked wants to grow in wickedness.
Well, there is one area where people hate growth – Poverty! No poor person would want to grow from one poor stage to the other. Ask anyone on the street and they will tell you they want a better life. I’m yet to meet someone who says “I want a poorer life” 😉
Here we are at the tail end of 2018, and as most of us already know it, back links are still a top 3 Google ranking signal!
Having high quality, niche related links from trustworthy and high authority websites is what we have to come to accept and need to stay focused on and continue to practice.
Gone are the days of Web 2.0 spam methods and buying a 1,000 links for $50! Google’s algorithms have streamlined the SERPs toward a much more organic and natural way.
‘Black Hat’ link building practices are becoming more obsolete by the day, but unfortunately continue to be used. As a result, website owners are getting hit with a manual penalty, by violating Google’s Search Quality Guidelines.
There are 2 problems I’m about to address in today’s post and I’m quite confident you can find these solutions readily available.
The first problem is that of blog post ideas. By the time you end this post, you are going to be armed with an excellent post idea that will highly contribute in solving the next problem.
I know you want guaranteed google first page and I want to give you some really hot tips to achieve this. It only takes you 2 things to be on that highly coveted spot:
I used to think getting to Google first page is very hard and I used to really feel it tough. That was because I wasn’t doing the things I’m about to share with you in this post.
But trust me it’s easy to get to Google page 1 in less than no time.
With these tips, I have had some of my entries on the first page of google in 24 hours. The reason I’m doing this post is to help you with the right information and answer the question on how to get your website on google first page.