How to Rank on the First Page of Google

Only 0.78% of Google searchers click page 2 results. In this video, you’ll learn how to get off page 2 – 10 and into page 1 of Google results. Subscribe ► ***************************************
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To get the most out of this tutorial, we recommend that your website and content meet a certain level of quality. Generally speaking, your site should be mobile-friendly, load decently fast, have clear navigation and UX, be secure using HTTPS, be free of other glaring technical SEO issues, and your content should be well written. Not only are some of these direct Google ranking factors, but the process in this video will also produce better results if your website is up-to-scratch. Step 1 is to check the strength of the competition. With any battle, you need to know who you’re up against. And since you want to rank on the first page of Google, your competition is the top 10 search results. You’ll learn how to analyze them in the video. The second step is to make sure your page aligns with search intent. Search intent means the reason behind a searcher’s query. In the video, you’ll learn how to determine search intent, as well as how to identify the 3 C’s of search content. Step 3 is to ensure your content covers the topic in full. You’ll learn some nifty tricks on how to make sure your content is in-depth from the video. Step 4 is to estimate the number of backlinks you'll need and then build them. Backlinks are an important ranking factor. Not only has Google said it themselves, but pretty much every industry study has found a positive relationship between organic search traffic and backlinks. You’ll learn how to estimate the number of backlinks you’ll need in the video. Step 5 is to add internal links to your page. Besides backlinks, internal links can help a lot in ranking as well. In the video, you’ll learn a simple method on how to find pages you should add internal links from. Once all of the steps are done, it’s just a matter of waiting. And rather than just simply wait for this page to rank, repeat the process for different keywords and pages. Timestamps: 0:29 – ‘Minimum requirements’ for a chance to rank on the first page
1:20 – Check the strength of the competition
2:02 – Estimate the website authority
3:11 – Determine the search Intent
4:52 – Ensure your content covers the topic in full
6:06 – Estimate the backlink strength
7:14 – Add internal links to your page
8:25 – Aim for top 3 ranking results #rankonfirstpageofgoogle #seotips #seo Be sure to subscribe for more actionable marketing and SEO tutorials. STAY TUNED: Ahrefs ► YouTube ► Facebook ► Twitter ►