It’s a race! The goal of this article is to show you techniques, tools, and processes to help you rank a blog post or page from your website on the first page of Google’s search results with the ultimate goal of obtaining top of first-page placement.

Make no mistake, that’s a tall order. I will cover the most important areas that affect the ranking of posts or pages that you can control – these are not necessarily in order of importance.

Our GOAL is to not ONLY rank your page or blog post at the top of the first page in Google but ALSO rank the content assets you have embedded in the page or post.

For Example – If you search “PHP Training Ludhiana” on Google then you can see our Website on a Google First Page.

Get Focus on Rank Keywords: How do you find the best keywords for your small business? This is a question that clients always on their mind. It seems simple enough but there are so many ways to phrase the same thing that research is needed to make sure you’re the keyword you’re attempting to rank for is a good match for your site. When you choose a right keyword for your business, it should describe your business but it also needs to represent a minimum amount of traffic. This is where keyword tools come in handy. Use Moz keyword explorer to analyze the keyword of your choice. This will give you a backlinks report so you can see the quality and quantity of referring domains that point to the ranking page. Use this information to make a much more educated decision on the impact the keyword has on your business.

Optimized Images: This is crucial for the user experience side of SEO. An image that’s unrelated to the content on the page will be confusing for the user, and one that’s blurry or badly cropped will just make your page look bad and unprofessional. Make sure every image you use has a clear relationship to what’s on the page and looks good. You have to be careful not to use any images that you don’t have the rights to, but you can find lots of resources online that provide free images businesses can use. Commit some time for each page you create and blog post you publish to finding at least one good image to include – bonus points if you can find a few. This is another part of the webpage that most visitors won’t see, but search engine crawlers do. You can provide alt text for every image you add to your website that will show up in place of your image if a browser has trouble loading it. This text is one more part of the page that you can use to signal to search engines what the page is about. Always update the alt text for your images. Include your focus keyword for the page and something expositive of the image itself. If you use WordPress, there’s an alt text field you can fill in to do this.

Increase Google Page Speed: Google has stated that page speed is a ranking factor so increasing the load time of your pages should be a regular commitment in order to maintain a competitive edge. Not only will slow page speed hurt your ranking but it also causes an increase in the bounce rate of your website. People get impatient when a page takes too long to load and will back out and look for another option. You can test your page speed by using any of the tools that appear in a search for “page speed testing tools.” Google offers Page Speed Insights in which you can type the URL of your site and get a score based on the time it takes for the first appearance of meaningful content.

A report is provided at the bottom of the page to indicate where you can improve the time it takes your pages to load. You can be proactive at reducing your page speed by making sure your images are reduced to the size that is needed for your site. Delete any plugin that you aren’t using as they too will clutter your header with JavaScript and code which causes search engines to take a longer time to parse.

Content Readability: Once you have decided on the best keyword, you will need to create content to support your status as having an expert opinion. Google loves all those websites that show expert opinion through related content published and linked to a keyword-optimized page.

Organize the important topics that are directly linked to your keyword idea. Go through the same process of Focus keywords (that you want to rank) for additional pages on your site. Find the best keywords that you can include in a long-tail key phrase. The idea is to rank these articles for less competitive phrases that may not bring in as much traffic as your main keyword but will contribute to the relevance and credibility of your main keyword. These articles will also lead you visitors to your main keyword page by linking to it within the body of content.

Get it some links:

Internal links that describe to content within the same domain. Internal links represent the links from other pages on your site. Internal links are hyperlinks on a website that point to other pages on the same website. Without Internal links you can’t rank your website on Google first Page.

External links that describe to a separate domain. The more backlinks you have the better it is for your ranking on search engines. When the user clicks on an external link it takes the user out of the website to other website.

These are only few points there are lots of other things that should be done. So, if you want to rank your website on Google first page then you can contact us.