How to Get to the Top of the Search Engines' Results
First off, this is not a get rich quick scheme. The information contained herein is guaranteed to get you higher in the search engine’s results but to do so requires both time and effort. There are no magical fixes, no effective link buying schemes or anything else of the like. So if you’re looking for some ‘secret trick’ for a fast fix this is isn’t it. But if you own a website and are interested in putting the work in order to reach the top of the search engines' results for your targeted keywords (and potentially increasing your traffic many times over) than you’re in luck, all you have to do is read on.
Now, there’s a ton of information out there on search engine optimization and by sifting through it all you’ll discover one reoccurring theme, which is it all boils down to two key factors; content and IBL’s or in-bound-links. But there is an underlying problem to all that endless swath of information and that is, for the individual, it’s all far too generalized or far too vague. How does it all apply to you? Or more specifically, what are the actual and effective means to getting to the top of the search engine results pages (without wasting your time on all those ineffective gimmicks, tricks or fads)? These are the answers I offer to you. What I will give you is a proven, tried-and-true formula with a specific and detailed, yet easy to use, step-by-step process that will ultimately get you to the top of Google, Yahoo! and MSN.
Most websites that are in the top of search engine results are owned by your average Joe. So what do they have that you don’t? It’s not because they have a Ph.D. in SEO or years of training in a vocational school, it’s simply because they know something that you don’t. The internet is run by information, or on second thought, the internet is information, so what you know is everything. Let me arm you with that knowledge.
The words “dog training” are searched about 1.2 million times in single month, and that doesn’t even include the variations of it, such as “dog training tips.” The internet truly is a vast place. There are 1.5 billion people using the internet. Imagine the potential of truly tapping into that marketplace. Even if you’ve designed your website as a part-time hobby, wouldn’t it be nice if it also paid for your grocery bill every month? Or what if you could retire from your 9-5 job and work full time from your home, living off of the ad revenue generated from your site. It’s more than just possible, tens of thousands of people, just like you, do it every day.
Of course there is a drawback to such a huge concentration of people. The competition. It’s estimated that there are over 230,000,000 distinct websites, all floating out there in the digital ether. So the question is how are all those people going to find your website. Let me help you and give you the answer to that question.