SEO in Google – What Does Work Today?
There is plenty that doesn’t work in terms of SEO in Google. But let’s not go there. Let’s instead focus on what is working, and how you can achieve first page rankings in Google search.
Sure, you can employ a good SEO firm. A firm that knows exactly what they are doing. A firm that knows the ropes inside and out because they live, sleep, and breathe SEO, day in and day out.
And one of such firm is this Texas SEO company. Check them out.
But let’s presume you want to give this game a shot by yourself. Where do you begin? What do you do? How can you see your webpages rise up in Google search if your niche is not particularly social media friendly?
1. Submit your stuff to audio sharing websites
Those who are experienced and ‘polished’ in the world of SEO rarely, if ever, utilize audio sharing sites.
Why not? Your guess is perhaps as good as my own. Perhaps they just don’t know how easy it is to get a number of quality, authority backlinks from the audio sharing site.
And all you need is to craft some audio - preferably music - then upload this little piece of audio to said audio sharing website.
Even if you don’t have any musical talent, you can still take full advantage of the technique.
So, all you need to do is record ‘something’. No, it does not need to be good. It can even be very bad. After all, it’s extremely rare that these files are screened by anyone.
Do, however, keep in mind that spamming these sites is not exactly acceptable practice. Thus, create yourself a nice profile that looks decent – otherwise, you’ll see it deleted pretty fast.
2. ‘Best of’ Blogs
Reaching out to others is always a good way to achieve plenty of quality and potentially authoritative backlinks to your website.
But how do you do it?
Use ‘best of’ blog to post to.
These lists of blogs are seen as authority blogs in any given niche.
How do you locate best of blogs to post to?
A) Use your best friend – Google search. Here are a couple of search strings you can enter into your search:
“best (your topic) blogs 2015”
“which (your topic) blogs are best”
Obviously, you should swap (your topic) with your particular topic. Then, list your choices down.
B) Next, and last, reach out to those who run the blogs you have on your list.
You can get links through blogger reviews, infographics, and a host of other ways, too. It’s your time to get a little creative.