Google Top 10 Formula
How to reach Google Top 10 Positions?
Over the years we have come across many promising formulas to reach Google Top 10 Positions. Hype Promotion guaranteeing Google Top 10 position on any keyword is sent to your spam box daily and promising, well designed sales pages are even promoted by Google Ads which is in complete contradiction to the products’ claimed merits.
The simple Google Top 10 Formula
Seriously, nobody can guarantee Google Top 10 positions on any keyword. However there are some clear ways of proceeding to put the best chances on your side of the table. Consider also that Google’s algorithm evolves and the filtering is subject to change. By adopting the following formula you will most likely be successful, very successful.
1. Get a domain name representing your keyword.
For example, keyword.com
Don’t tell me the .com of your keyword has gone; you can always build your keyword into a key-phrase which will work fine. Remember, the closer you are to what people actually type into the search form, the higher your chance of being found.
Watch out: don’t use Brand Names or Trademarks without authorization in your domain name. Google-Top-10.com would be clearly against Google’s terms as well as it would be sanctioned by law.
2. Load a website based on a Search Engine Optimized Script.
No doubt some sites do better than others and some scripts give you a fair advantage, namely if you are not a SEO expert. Semiomantics scripts, the ones I am using, have been developed to provide to anyone an optimized framework with high publishing power. The power of clean, search engine optimized scripts has been proven time and again and you will find many samples ofÂ Google Top 10 performance by Semiomantics based scripts.
I put the script right on the number two position, because we have demonstrated that you can reach Google Top 10 simply with a domain and a script without any content.
Here is a shocking example: a year ago or longer we have loaded a domain renateschedl.com to demonstrate that we can beat easily renate-schedl.com, renate-schedl.de and so on. Our renateschedl.cm has been for as long as it exists on Google number 1 without any content other than a reference to Semiomantics and a basic configuration targeting the irrelevant keyword Fibromyalgia. Check out Renete Schedl.
My point is of purely educational nature: Renate is a dear friend and great marketer. But in a way she also is victim of ‘keyword-theft’, ‘name-theft’ or whatever you want to call a sly form of legal identity theft:
Large networks, such a linked-in, facebook, twitter and others grab your name to get their websites on top of Google under your neme keyword. Your site, having less authority than the big boys, falls back and often disappears from the top 10, even if you use your name as domain name. The big boys place their ads along with your name, profile or keyword and make the bucks while you, fooled,Â have thought that they would help you to promote your business.
Observe that ranks 2-5 are monopolized by the big boys, leaving Renate just with the breadcrumbs.
Result: the Semiomantics Framework does better even without any content, proving it’s superior quality and long term efficiency. So far for the Script test.
Create a structure where you can easily organize your content in function of the targeted niches and keywords. A site map is agood idea to allow Google’s search spiders to easily find your content and to index it contextually.
4. Create Good Contextual Content
You don’t need to be a genius. But original, interesting content is a plus.
5. Edit your Content
Editing your content in an optimized way needs a little effort and is not as easy as it may seem: experience shows that many a great Author does not appear on Google Top 10 with brilliant content, just because the content is not edited in the best possible way. Editing is a job you can learn. Ycademy Online Seminars and Trainings are available for that.
6. Publish your Content
It’s a bit like the Editing job; brilliant content, lousily published will just not make it. The quality of your publishing can be improved largely with a solid site framework, such as Semiomantics frameworks. Personal fine-tuning however will always make the difference. Publishing is an art but you can learn it. Ycademy seminars and Trainings cover this topic as well.
7. Consistency and Focus
Make it a rule to think in campaigns, whereas the goal is to get your site to Google Top 10 ranking on the selected keyword or keyphrase.
Example: if your site is about “How to publish a Newsletter” then post about this topic as many posts as are needed to reach your Top 10 ranking, in stead of jumping from one topic to the next without ever reaching on any keyword an authority position.
YORGOO Publishing, another Semiomantics based site has reached rank 4 on “How to publish your Newsletter” with just one post, beating 242,000,000 competitors on Google.
Once you have reached your top 10 position, you must maintain it; just continue to publish once in a while, depending on the competition, a post targeting the selected keyword.
A campaign on a keyword is similar to promoting a URL: keep your focus until the goal is reached before you shift to the next keyword. If and when you shift, make sure you have the necessary resources to campaign for the next keyword while maintaining your achievements on the first target.
8. Know your Priorities
Focus on reaching Google Top 10 before you think about web design, graphics, ads and other distractions. If your site can not be found by searchers, no one will ever see your ads or beautiful graphics.
Priority number one is therefore: Reach Google Top 10!
Once you are there, you are interested in offering your visitors a good first impression: create empathy with your site design, look and feel. Aim to offer your visitors quality content and a positive surfing experience.
Only on the third level or priorities I put ads.
There are always exceptions to the rules and there are just two of them to mention: YORGOO Blaster and the new YORGOO Booster; these are two systems which are ads related, more than content related and follow their own path.
Applying the above rules, I have been doing pretty well over the years and I believe all those who have followed Ycademy Seminars and who have implemented the above on their own sites are reaching Google Top 10 positions … almost at will and more importantly: the Google Top 10 rankings have long lasting effects and that is where you make and save money in your marketing effort.