how to reach 1st place of 1st page in google?

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i have recently started a wordpress website for job updates .i am implementing my content with good key word density,i am not reaching to the 1st page.some of my competitors are having less keyword density than me and they at the top .how could it possible.what is the secrete behind this?
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  • Profile picture of the author options
    Originally Posted by mahender424 View Post

    i have recently started a wordpress website for job updates .i am implementing my content with good key word density,i am not reaching to the 1st page.some of my competitors are having less keyword density than me and they at the top .how could it possible.what is the secrete behind this?

    Sounds like you need to start with the very basics of search engine optimization..


    If only it was that simple to have the best keyword density..


    Its 98% about back links.
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  • Profile picture of the author DABK
    They have backlinks and / or onpage optimization.

    Keyword density was all the rage a few years ago. Even then, it was not only about keyword density. Even then, I outranked pages that had higher keyword density than my pages had.

    Originally Posted by mahender424 View Post

    i have recently started a wordpress website for job updates .i am implementing my content with good key word density,i am not reaching to the 1st page.some of my competitors are having less keyword density than me and they at the top .how could it possible.what is the secrete behind this?
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  • Profile picture of the author MattXL
    Hi Mahender,

    Try to keep the keyword density between 1% of the total word count. So in a 2,000 word post, you'd have the target keyword(s) in there 20 times.

    That's what the average was for the 10,000 keywords tracked over a year in the 2015 Searchmetrics study. That tracked more than 5 billion backlinks, 10 billion social media signals and 100s of 1,000s of on-page factors. It's the largest study ever conducted on rankings:

    If it's in there 3.5%+, Google might think you're keyword stuffing. Zoom in on the green Q and 9:

    http://www.searchmetrics.com/wp-cont...phic-PRINT.pdf

    Best,
    Matt
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  • Profile picture of the author Ahfaz Ahmed
    To reach on top of Google means you will have to outrank your competitors. This is not very easy but still is possible.

    Make sure you create content worth reading and sharing. Build links from outreach. Skyscraper technique is something you must try.

    And apart from all this, you need to wait. You won't outrank your competition in just a matter of days. It will take some time.
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  • Profile picture of the author jipolis7
    Indeed, keywords are not the rage anymore. It helps to have them, but you need to make connections. Do you have people on your site talking, taking action, recommending you? Is your content interesting and unique? Are you doing guest posting?

    Of course, the list doesn't stop here, but these are some of the basic steps you need to take.
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  • Hi,

    These sites have good backlink history already, hence they are on the top page of search engine results. If you want to be like them, you can build PBNs (private blog networks), build great content on these sites and link back to your main site in order to get enough link juice. However, do this one carefully to avoid being penalized by search engines.

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  • Profile picture of the author Tmill
    1. Analyze the competition for your selected keyword

    2. Determine how many quality links you will need to outrank them

    3. Build high quality whitehat links over time. (I create a weekly checklist)

    4. Continue to analyze your and your competitors sites to see how you are progressing

    5. Slowly surpass your competitors and rise to rank 1
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