How to Improve Rank of my Site on Google ??

by iipm
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Hello Guys,

I am new on SEO so i need some help from you. I have a new Job site that are not ranked on google.com yet, so i want to know that what i needs to do for ranked on top 5 pages of google.co.in because it has indian based content, Please help me guys that how can i do a effective seo for ranked well. is there any service to buy to do so?? Or it can be done my self ??
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  • Profile picture of the author sr.20
    Firstly register it with the search engines

    Do your onsite optimization , ensuring all your content is unique and correct meta title, Tags and descriptions on all pages.

    The starting building relevant links from high quality sites web 2.0 / articles etc etc and find highly targeted sites in the niche to get links from - build only high quality links and look at building a blog network feeding links back to your money site.
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  • Profile picture of the author Mohammad Ismail
    When it comes to getting your site on the first page of Google, your page rank is a great indicator of how well your page is performing. Your page rank is based on a combination of the quality of your content, your search engine optimization, and your links and viewership. Improving all of these aspects will lead to an increase in your rank.

    Use alt tags.
    Publish relevant content.
    Update your content regularly.
    Create and submit your sitemap.
    Create an RSS feed.
    Use Appropriate Keyword Density It should not be more than 4.5%.
    Use Google Trends to find proper Keyword Phrases
    Social Networking. Social networks are a great way to spread backlinks among a large number of viewers.

    Metadata
    When designing your website, each page contains a space between the <head> tags to insert metadata, or information about the contents of your page. If you have a CMS site, the UMC web team will have pre-populated this data for you:
    Title Metadata
    Title metadata is responsible for the page titles displayed at the top of a browser window. It is the most important metadata on your page. For those with a CMS website, the web team has developed an automated system for creating the meta title for each webpage.
    Description Metadata
    Description metadata is the textual description that a browser will use in your page search return. Think of it as your site's window display--a concise and appealing description of what is contained within, with the goal of encouraging people to enter.
    Keyword Metadata
    Keyword metadata are the search phrases that people type when they want to find your page. You'll want to include a variety of phrases. However, don't get greedy: if your list becomes excessive, the browser may completely ignore the data. As a general rule, try to keep it to about 6-8 phrases with each phrase consisting of 1-4 words. A great example would be "computer science degree."

    Locate references without links: Look for web pages that mention your business or website. Without a link back to your site, Google will not count the citation as a vote. You can use Google Alerts to create an automated notification, so that anytime a website mentions your business, you will receive an e-mail. You can then get in touch and ask them to provide a link back to your website.

    Target the right keywords: One of the biggest mistakes that websites make is targeting the wrong keywords. Take the time to analyze the keywords that produce conversions and make you money. One way to do this is to have analytics software, like Google Analytics, installed on your website so that you can see how visitors are interacting and finding your site. Often business target broad, high-volume keywords that convert well, instead of ranking keywords based on multiples of volume, competitiveness and conversion rate.

    Google Analytics is free and simple to install. After signing up for an account, you are given a JavaScript code that is placed on every page of your site. After verifying the code has been installed correctly, you should immediately start receiving insights into how visitors are arriving at your website, including which keywords that are causing them to engage (for example by making a purchase or writing a comment) and which pages are scaring them off.
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    • Profile picture of the author paulsavola
      Originally Posted by Mohammad Ismail View Post

      When it comes to getting your site on the first page of Google, your page rank is a great indicator of how well your page is performing. Your page rank is based on a combination of the quality of your content, your search engine optimization, and your links and viewership. Improving all of these aspects will lead to an increase in your rank.

      Use alt tags.
      Publish relevant content.
      Update your content regularly.
      Create and submit your sitemap.
      Create an RSS feed.
      Use Appropriate Keyword Density It should not be more than 4.5%.
      Use Google Trends to find proper Keyword Phrases
      Social Networking. Social networks are a great way to spread backlinks among a large number of viewers.

      Metadata
      When designing your website, each page contains a space between the <head> tags to insert metadata, or information about the contents of your page. If you have a CMS site, the UMC web team will have pre-populated this data for you:
      Title Metadata
      Title metadata is responsible for the page titles displayed at the top of a browser window. It is the most important metadata on your page. For those with a CMS website, the web team has developed an automated system for creating the meta title for each webpage.
      Description Metadata
      Description metadata is the textual description that a browser will use in your page search return. Think of it as your site's window display--a concise and appealing description of what is contained within, with the goal of encouraging people to enter.
      Keyword Metadata
      Keyword metadata are the search phrases that people type when they want to find your page. You'll want to include a variety of phrases. However, don't get greedy: if your list becomes excessive, the browser may completely ignore the data. As a general rule, try to keep it to about 6-8 phrases with each phrase consisting of 1-4 words. A great example would be "computer science degree."

      Locate references without links: Look for web pages that mention your business or website. Without a link back to your site, Google will not count the citation as a vote. You can use Google Alerts to create an automated notification, so that anytime a website mentions your business, you will receive an e-mail. You can then get in touch and ask them to provide a link back to your website.

      Target the right keywords: One of the biggest mistakes that websites make is targeting the wrong keywords. Take the time to analyze the keywords that produce conversions and make you money. One way to do this is to have analytics software, like Google Analytics, installed on your website so that you can see how visitors are interacting and finding your site. Often business target broad, high-volume keywords that convert well, instead of ranking keywords based on multiples of volume, competitiveness and conversion rate.

      Google Analytics is free and simple to install. After signing up for an account, you are given a JavaScript code that is placed on every page of your site. After verifying the code has been installed correctly, you should immediately start receiving insights into how visitors are arriving at your website, including which keywords that are causing them to engage (for example by making a purchase or writing a comment) and which pages are scaring them off.
      I thought the keyword stuffing option was the whole reason for the google update. One -three percent is what is floating around the seo community. Linking building is a important, and a question how relevant is the article marketing these days since you need back links we be able to point back to the content.
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  • Profile picture of the author RaviRoy
    Follow Mohammad Ismail's suggestion for on-page optimization. Even adding the following meta tag may help you:
    <meta name="distribution" content="global" />

    You should set "International Targeting: India" in Google Webmaster tool.
    Also continue off-page optimization.
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  • Profile picture of the author bradudan
    First of all you should make your site clean on On page seo : this is very complex aspect on how to do it. Second you need fresh unique content posted every day if this is possible.
    After a while you should buy articles on other sites pointing at you and some social signals to them! It works very well if the things are done properly!
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  • Profile picture of the author allencarine
    Hii
    Through backlinks you can increase your ranking in google.
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    • Profile picture of the author Mpreet
      Google uses number of methods to determine which pages are displayed first in the results. So, for that there are points which helps you to improve your position. Method we use for this known as SEO (Search Engine Optimization).

      A keyword phrase is generally two or more words that are used by advertisers in search engine optimization, or by visitors who are using search engines in a desire to find information based on that particular phrase. Visitors to search engines that use keyword phrases are generally using them to search for something on the Internet.


      Density
      : The other main is density of keyword in your content. Don't try to repeate the same word again and again. It willn't work but become cause of your website banned.

      Links: One of the biggest factors Google looks at is the hyperlink. Google looks at both links to and from your website.
      Google looks at the words you use in links to help determine the content of your page. Use links within web pages as a way to emphasize keywords. Rather than saying, "click here for more information".
      Links from other websites to your website are used to determine PageRank. Links are another area where you shouldn't overdo it. A page that is nothing but a list of links is spam.

      Social Networking: Social Networking sites are the good way to advertise your site, but do it in certain limit. Great traffic comes from these sites, for this your content should be user-friendly with interesting titles.

      Make Your Graphics Search Friendly: Give your images <alt> attributes. Not only does it make your website more accessible to the visually impaired, it also gives you another chance to place your keywords where Google can see them. Just don't stuff keywords that don't belong.

      Good Design Is Popular Design: In the end, strong, well organized pages are pages that Google tends to rank higher. They're also pages that tend to become more popular, which means Google will rank them even higher. Keep good design in mind as you go, and much of the SEO will design itself.
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  • Profile picture of the author KeithYoung
    Hello, improving your site rank after creating it successfully is the other important task in online business.
    The tactics that is used for increasing the visibility of your site in search engine is SEO.
    It contains lots of link building activities which definitely helps in improving the visibility of your site and thus the process is known as onsite optimization.
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  • Profile picture of the author Anjali Panwar
    Hi,
    First do On Page Optimization of Your Site like Meta Tag Updation, XML Sitemap creation, Robot.txt creation
    After That Start Link Building For your Sites.
    Place link on the news websites.
    Blog Submission
    Classifieds Posts
    Forum posting on Job forums
    Blog Commenting on Niche blog
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  • Profile picture of the author nikoldas
    You should make backlinks on relevant Business Sites, Jobs Sites, Local Optimize your site, Forum sites etc.

    You just go through your competitor links, those links are helps you.
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  • Profile picture of the author aksingh000
    Use alt tags.
    Publish relevant content.
    Update your content regularly.
    Create and submit your sitemap.
    Create an RSS feed.
    Use Appropriate Keyword Density It should not be more than 4.5%.
    Use Google Trends to find proper Keyword Phrases
    Social Networking. Social networks are a great way to spread backlinks among a large number of viewers.
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  • Profile picture of the author sujatasharma
    It is a very important inquiry and it is truth many guys are failed in internet marketing. Many peoples are not well aware how to work on internet marketing and how to get positive......only......positive....Results.

    It is a main motto.

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  • Profile picture of the author fey123
    Search engines take a number of other things into consideration when rank. Some of the simplest adjustments you can make that many people overlook are structuring the site in a search engine friendly way, and making sure you're leveraging connections to other high-ranking sites sources.

    Here are a few steps to get you started:
    • Make sure you name the pages and headers on your website with search engines in mind (i.e. use relevant terms). Search engines tend to preference this information over standard body text.
    • Submit your site or content to relevant indexes or social sites (stumbleupon, reddit, business listing sites or online services like your twitter account).
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  • Try to get quality backlinks and make sure your on page SEO is in check

    If you can just create ONE piece of link worthy content you'd be amazed how much traffic and links can be generated from it.
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  • Profile picture of the author kiddoman
    Originally Posted by iipm View Post

    Hello Guys,

    I am new on SEO so i need some help from you. I have a new Job site that are not ranked on google.com yet, so i want to know that what i needs to do for ranked on top 5 pages of google.co.in because it has indian based content, Please help me guys that how can i do a effective seo for ranked well. is there any service to buy to do so?? Or it can be done my self ??
    Firstly, you should create unique and high quality contents for your website. And remember you should update your contents regularly. Secondly, you need some relevant, high quality back links. Try to summit your website to some local directories, this will help you get higher rank in google.com.in. Remember, you should make your links diverse, that is, make your link structure more natural.
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  • Profile picture of the author celente
    i like some of these tips.

    For our business we like to reverse engineer our competitors. That works better than most things. And the sites available out there, that you can spy on your competitors each week are great too.
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  • Profile picture of the author Al amin
    Slow and steady win the race in SEO. So relax and keep doing good things
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  • Profile picture of the author timwal
    Google ranks a page according to a large number of factors. Exactly what these factors are is apparently a trade secret, although there are number of well-known things that contribute to the ranking of a page.

    Links Pointing to Your Website
    One of the factors that contribute to a web page being considered "important" is the number of links pointing to that page. For example, if your page has 100 quality links leading to it, it will be ranked higher (in Google's estimation) than one that only has 20.

    But what are "quality" links"? These are links from other popular pages, that is, pages that have, themselves, many (quality) links pointing to them. (Yeah, I know. My definition is circular. And it's possible that the search engine has other factors that determine the quality of a link.)

    Anyway, in general, since Google ranks your pages according to the number of links pointing at your page, your site will do better if it has more links pointing to it.

    Your Title Tag

    Google seems to give weight to the title of your page. By title, I mean the text that is sandwiched between the HTML <TITLE> tags in the <HEAD> section of your web page. If you use a Web editor that automatically inserts a title like "New Document", remember to change it to some meaningful text with your keywords inside to reap the benefit of this feature. Otherwise, your site will only feature in the search results when someone looks for "New Document".

    Note: by "keywords", I mean the words people will use when searching for your site. For example, if your site sells bicycles, then one keyword for it would be "bicycles", since that's the word you'd expect people to use when searching for bicycles.

    Your Page Must Have the Words You Think People Will Search For
    Besides the title tag, if you want your website to feature in Google's results when someone searches for a set of words, say "Widget X", those words must actually occur on your page. Think about it from the point of a search engine. If you don't put the words "Widget X" somewhere on the page, how is the search engine supposed to know that the page deals with that topic? The search engine is not a human being who can draw inferences from the general tone and content of the page. Even if it can handle some synonyms, you're going to compete with other sites who have specifically placed those words on their site.

    I know this point seems self-evident (once you've come across it). However, from experience, many webmasters (me included) don't seem to realise ("realize" in US English) that when they are first starting out.

    Keyword-laden Links
    According to a paper published by one of Google's founders, if the links pointing to your page has some words in them, those words will be regarded by Google as an additional indication of the content of your page. For example, a link with the text "Cheap Shoe Store" pointing at your page will cause Google to think that your page is relevant when someone searches for "cheap shoe store".

    However, my recommendation is that if you think a particular set of words is relevant to your site, don't rely on some random site on the Internet to link to you with those words. Put them directly on your page.
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