In Part One, I told you how to use free blog and website creation services to build pages that link back to your blog. (Remember: Google loves backlinks.)
In Part Two, we looked at using Twitter and social bookmarking sites like Digg to let the world know about your blog (and get even more backlinks.)
Finally, in Part Three, let’s see the results of doing all that:
Let about 24 to 48 hours go by (if you can wait that long — I’m not very good at that).
* Go to Google.com. If you have a Google account, look at the upper right hand side of the page. If you are “Signed In,” be sure to sign out.
* Then refresh the page, and clear your browser cache. (In Firefox, this is under Tools/Clear Recent History.)
NOTE: Unless you do all this clearing and refreshing, you’ll get search results back that reflect what YOU’VE been looking for on your computer.
And you want, as much as possible, to see what a total stranger would see if they typed “discount electronic widget adaptors” (WITHOUT the quotation marks!) into Google.
Another way to replicate searching from a total stranger’s computer is to use a program like HideMyIP.
* So do just that: TYPE YOUR KEYWORD PHRASE into your Google search field and see what comes up.
It may take a few more days to see more of your sites showing up on page one, but if you have followed these instructions, you should see results.
Doing all this costs you nothing but time, energy and patience. But believe me, it is worth it.
I’ve gotten my clients’ “page one” results in 24 hours — in one case, for an ultra trendy shopping search term that had over 78,000 competing results!
However, there is still more to learn about how to get your site(s) on Google’s first page.
I haven’t told you the half of it.
For example, Google search results can be highly volatile; your site’s standings will rise and fall depending on lots of different factors.
You HAVE to stay on top of it.
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He talks about that annoying volatility with your Google first page results, and what you can do about it.
Not every writer does this; they just tell you how to get on Google’s first page, but not how to stay there!
He also shares some truly unique ideas and resources I never thought of using before and have never read about anywhere else.
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